When iMovR first introduced the Lander Desk in April, 2018 it stopped the presses, upending the long-standing assumption that a height-adjustable ergonomic desk will never be anything more than just a “dumb” piece of furniture with electric motors (if you’ll pardon our pun). As we wrote in our review at the time, the Lander’s debut represented a revolution in sit-stand smartdesk design, not just a another small evolution.
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Full disclosure: iMovR and WorkWhileWalking have mutual ownership interest. Learn MoreThe Ultimate Frame for Your DIY Standing Desk: iMovR’s Lander Base
Over the years we’ve reviewed practically every standalone frame kit for DIY standing desks that exists in the marketplace, and of all the manufacturers, none has offered more options than iMovR. Always on the cutting edge, the new Lander desk frame has stolen the crown of “best standing desk frame” from iMovR’s own Reliant frame (recently discontinued), which had stood at the top of the pyramid for more than four years prior to the Lander… errrr… landing on the scene.
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It’s not always easy being tall. Vertically-blessed, prospective stand up desk and treadmill desk users often run into one simple problem: the industry hasn’t quite reached their level. Even some of the most popular standing desks are generally designed to ANSI/BIFMA certification standards, and so come with a 22″-47″ range to accommodate 95% of the population. According to US census statistics that means anyone over 6’2″ is going to find themselves out of this range. Add a treadmill deck under your feet and anyone over 5’9″ would be excluded.
It’s important to realize the implications of ANSI/BIFMA when shopping for an [...]