Online active office furniture seller Fully.com has quietly launched Able Desk Co as a separate brand, apparently targeting younger, most cost-sensitive, primarily millennial consumers.
As competitively priced as Fully’s desk products already are, apparently they felt the need to offer an even cheaper product in the marketplace for consumers that find $500 too much to pay for a standing desk. Advertised as a $399 desk (in the 27″x46″ size) the Able Desk is now in the same price league as other standing desks under $400, including the iMovR+Eureka i1 desk, Autonomous desks, and the IKEA Bekant.
As popular as standing desks have become—and as many companies as there are producing them these days—so-called “Standing L-Desks” or “L-Shaped Standing Desks” have been the red-headed step child of the active workstation category. Until recently.
While there aren’t a plethora of L-shaped standing desk options compared to their rectangular brethren, there are now enough offerings in the market to ensure that regardless of your space requirements, budget or existing décor, there’s an electric L-desk out there that will likely suit your needs. And if not, there’s always the DIY route, and we’ll cover [...]
As part of our round-up of L-Shaped Standing Desk Reviews, here we review Fully’s 3-legged variant of their popular Jarvis standing desk.
Fully used to make two different L-desk models—one with the lowest price point of any L-shaped sit-stand desk on the market ($1,145) using very inexpensive powder-coated desktops, which was recently discontinued—and this remaining desk that we review here, which utilizes slightly more expensive bamboo and high-pressure laminated (HPL) desktops.
(To learn everything you ever wanted to know about powder coat, 3D laminate, HPL, real wood and other materials and production processes that are commonly used in the industry check out our [...]
Fully.com, known for their popular Jarvis standing desk, has entered the arena of standing desk converters with the Cooper—and it’s a handsome kid, indeed. While their design doesn't necessarily break any new ground, the Cooper exemplifies how far converters have come since the introduction of the Varidesk in 2013. There’s no one key feature, chart-topping spec, or any specific innovation that we can single out, but rather the overall package that makes the Cooper a very viable stable mate along with other popular incumbents in the X-Lift and Z-Lift standing desk converter [...]