There's something almost seductive about a Float table. Innovative counterbalance technology makes these desks fast, easy adjusters. While Humanscale had some growing pains first bringing this desk to market, they appear to have thoroughly resolved their packaging and shipping issues; prompting us to re-instate the Float Table's four star ranking.
ModTable Crank-Type Stand Up Desk Review
Crank desks are a great option to consider if you want to save a few hundred dollars, and they take only a few seconds longer to raise and lower than their electrically-adjustable counterparts. The ModTable crank height-adjustable desk has been a crowd favorite since its introduction in 2011. So why do users absolutely rave about these desks?
Let's start with the base. The ModTable desks can adjust from 27.5” to 47.5” in height and. Their durable, powder coated, rolled stamped steel frames are available in black, white, or red finish. Taller users should note that the 6" extension rail offered by the company is available ONLY with the silver base. The hand cranks are [...]
VariDesk Pro Desk 54 Adjustable-Height Desk Review
Varidesk has called their standing desk converters "standing desks" for years, so when their new Pro Desk hit the scene, we did not expect it to be—well—a desk. The Pro Desk features Varidesk's signature height adjustment mechanism, but stands on its own four legs. Although the Pro Desk can be considered the big fish in Varidesk's little pond, against the rest of the height-adjustable desk market it's a fish out of water. In addition to its deficiencies as an adjustable-height desk—its weak lift capacity and small height adjustment range—the Pro Desk still flounders from some Varidesk-specific shortcomings that continue to detract from the brand’s performance.