Vorii ElementDesk V3.0 Standing Desk Review
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Dual electric motors and dual-stage legs on the Vorii Element Desk V3.0 provides some solid power and range for this standing desk. The solid 15-year warranty and specifications are surprising for a desk that ranges in price from quite affordable to a bit more luxury side. The quality of the desktop is likely where they save some money in the construction.
|MSRP / List Price||$785|
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Free to the contiguous US
Dual electric motors, dual-stage legs
1.5 inches per second
Four height memory presets
Ergo curve: 55″ x 28″ and 71″ x 32″
Desktop: White, Matte Black and Walnut
Height range: 24.4″-50″
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The Vorii ElementDesk V3.0 Standing Desk is an electric standing desk with limited options, but intriguing specifications and a solid warranty.
The desk comes with four types of desktops: ergo curve, standard, hardwood and epoxy resin.
The ergo curve desk comes in two sizes and starts at $785 for the smaller size (55″ x 28″). The larger size (71″ x 32″) costs $995. Both sizes have three color options for the desktop (White, Matte Black and Walnut) and four colors options for the frame (White, Matte Black, Silver Gray and Light Blue).
The standard top comes in two sizes and starts at $825 for the smaller size (60″ x 30″). The larger size (71″ x 32″) costs $945. It has the the same color and base options as the ergo curve top.
The hardwood top comes in two sizes of walnut. The smaller size (60″ x 30″) is $1,450 and the larger size (71″ x 32″) is $1,750. You can also get a live edge on the hardwood for a $25 premium.
The epoxy resin top is walnut with an epoxy resin “river” through the desktop. It only comes in 60″ x 30″ and costs $1,850.
The frame has dual-stage legs (three segments) and comes with dual electric motors. It boasts a height range of 24.4″-50″. The desk can lift 390 lbs and has a transit speed of 1.5 inches per second.
Vorii provides a 15-year warranty for the desk.
The Vorii ElementDesk V3.0 Standing Desk comes with an anti-collision system that has three sensitivity settings, an integrated cable management cover for under the desk, and a controller with four height memory presets.
Be sure to check out our full roundup of standing desks to see which desks are our favorite and to compare and contrast all of the desks we’ve reviewed.
Many standing desks and converters come with grommets for some added convenience. Check out our article on grommet holes for everything you need to know about the different ways to use them to enhance your workstation, what to look for in your grommet holes, and where to find the desks with the best ones.