StandUpDeskStore Single-Motor DIY Standing Desk Frame Review
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|MSRP / List Price||$399|
Free to lower 48 states
Single-motor, single-stage electric lift
Paddle-style adjustment with programmable memory
Frame length adjusts from 39.35″-59″
Height range: 27.5″-45.25″
|NEAT™ Certified by Mayo Clinic||
|Competition||Compare to Other DIY Standing Desk Base Frames|
|Where to buy||
Buy on Amazon
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The StandUpDeskStore Single-Motor DIY Standing Desk Frame aims to fit into the middle zone of standing desk frames with a price of $399, but it doesn’t quite hit the mark. This is a crowded price range of base frames, already inhabited with options from UpLift, Fully, iMovR, Autonomous and more. Not to mention, VIVO and FEZiBO make frames that are significantly cheaper.
And that’s the main issue with the StandUpDeskStore Single-Motor frame, it doesn’t stick out. A five-year warranty props it above the bargain basement frames, but with only one color, no programmable height presets and a weak weight capacity, there’s really no reason to think this frame is worth selecting over others in a similar price range. Plus, the single-stage legs (2 leg segments) mean it will not be very stable at standing height.
Be sure to check out our full primer on Choosing The Right Electric Base Frame for your DIY standing desk to compare and contrast every desk we’ve reviewed. And if you’re taking on a DIY standing desk project, we can also help you with the desktop with our article on Choosing the Right Desktop.