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FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)

FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)

FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
FlexiSpot M2B Standing Desk - 35 Inch wide platform Height Adjustable Stand up Desk Riser with Removable Keyboard Tray (Medium size Black)
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Features

  • Straight Up & Down Movement - Our space-saving workstation rises and folds vertically, within its own footprint. There's no need to make the spatial accommodations that may be required with comparable products.
  • Smooth & Easy Adjustments - Our single-handle design makes it super easy to safely adjust the height of the desk. You never need to use two hands or extra force like with some other brands.
  • Spacious Work Surface - With our groove-free, extra-deep desktop, you will have plenty of space to accommodate a laptop, computer monitor, paperwork and more.
  • Quick-Release Keyboard Tray - Our full-sized keyboard tray features a deeper work surface to fit a larger keyboard, mouse, and mousepad as well as a unique quick-release design so you can quickly and easily remove it when you're performing tasks that don't require a keyboard and mouse.
  • Ergonomic Benefits for Every Height - Whether you're 5'1" or 6'1", you can comfortably shift from sitting to standing with 12 different height levels.

Description

FlexiSpot's desktop workstation provides an easy way to transition between sitting and standing throughout the workday. Our spacious desks offer a deep work surface, a wide keyboard and instant tablet integration. These quality workstations offer smooth up/down motion, twelve height adjustment settings and ergonomic monitor mount compatibility. Product Highlights Smooth and stable dual gas spring motion 12 height adjustment levels Large work surface Wide tray for keyboard and mouse Desktop moves straight up and down within its own footprint Simple one-step assembly Quality construction; fatigue tested 6,000 times Compatible with ergonomic monitor mounts Available in three size options and two colors (black or white) Product Specifications Max.loading weight capacity : 35 lbs Product weight: 50.6 lbs. Dimensions (Weighted Base): 31"(W) x 22.3"(D) Dimensions (Flat): 5.9"(H) x 35"(W) x 31.5 "(D) Dimensions (Extended): 19.7"(H) x 35"(W) x 31.5"(D) Extension Height: 19.7" (Footprint Surface) & 14.2 " (Keyboard Tray) Work surface measures: 35"(W) x 31.5"(D) (Display Surface & Keyboard Tray) Keyboard tray measures: 35"(W) x 12.2"(D) (Middle) & 7.9" (D) (Both wings)


Manufacturer Loctek Visual Technology Co., limited


Brand Name FLEXISPOT


Item Weight 50.6 pounds


Product Dimensions 35 x 31.5 x 5.9 inches


Item model number M2B-M-SIZE


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Shape Rectangle


Material Type Wood and Steel


Number of Items 1


Size 35" Medium


Manufacturer Part Number M2B-M-SIZE


ASIN B01HPE05BM


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,553 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,935 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #6 in Computer Workstations


Date First Available June 29, 2016


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Features

  • Straight Up & Down Movement - Our space-saving workstation rises and folds vertically, within its own footprint. There's no need to make the spatial accommodations that may be required with comparable products.
  • Smooth & Easy Adjustments - Our single-handle design makes it super easy to safely adjust the height of the desk. You never need to use two hands or extra force like with some other brands.
  • Spacious Work Surface - With our groove-free, extra-deep desktop, you will have plenty of space to accommodate a laptop, computer monitor, paperwork and more.
  • Quick-Release Keyboard Tray - Our full-sized keyboard tray features a deeper work surface to fit a larger keyboard, mouse, and mousepad as well as a unique quick-release design so you can quickly and easily remove it when you're performing tasks that don't require a keyboard and mouse.
  • Ergonomic Benefits for Every Height - Whether you're 5'1" or 6'1", you can comfortably shift from sitting to standing with 12 different height levels.

Description

FlexiSpot's desktop workstation provides an easy way to transition between sitting and standing throughout the workday. Our spacious desks offer a deep work surface, a wide keyboard and instant tablet integration. These quality workstations offer smooth up/down motion, twelve height adjustment settings and ergonomic monitor mount compatibility. Product Highlights Smooth and stable dual gas spring motion 12 height adjustment levels Large work surface Wide tray for keyboard and mouse Desktop moves straight up and down within its own footprint Simple one-step assembly Quality construction; fatigue tested 6,000 times Compatible with ergonomic monitor mounts Available in three size options and two colors (black or white) Product Specifications Max.loading weight capacity : 35 lbs Product weight: 50.6 lbs. Dimensions (Weighted Base): 31"(W) x 22.3"(D) Dimensions (Flat): 5.9"(H) x 35"(W) x 31.5 "(D) Dimensions (Extended): 19.7"(H) x 35"(W) x 31.5"(D) Extension Height: 19.7" (Footprint Surface) & 14.2 " (Keyboard Tray) Work surface measures: 35"(W) x 31.5"(D) (Display Surface & Keyboard Tray) Keyboard tray measures: 35"(W) x 12.2"(D) (Middle) & 7.9" (D) (Both wings)


Manufacturer Loctek Visual Technology Co., limited


Brand Name FLEXISPOT


Item Weight 50.6 pounds


Product Dimensions 35 x 31.5 x 5.9 inches


Item model number M2B-M-SIZE


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Shape Rectangle


Material Type Wood and Steel


Number of Items 1


Size 35" Medium


Manufacturer Part Number M2B-M-SIZE


ASIN B01HPE05BM


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,553 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,935 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #6 in Computer Workstations


Date First Available June 29, 2016


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Straight Up & Down Movement - Our space-saving workstation rises and folds vertically, within its own footprint. There's no need to make the spatial accommodations that may be required with comparable products.
  • Smooth & Easy Adjustments - Our single-handle design makes it super easy to safely adjust the height of the desk. You never need to use two hands or extra force like with some other brands.
  • Spacious Work Surface - With our groove-free, extra-deep desktop, you will have plenty of space to accommodate a laptop, computer monitor, paperwork and more.
  • Quick-Release Keyboard Tray - Our full-sized keyboard tray features a deeper work surface to fit a larger keyboard, mouse, and mousepad as well as a unique quick-release design so you can quickly and easily remove it when you're performing tasks that don't require a keyboard and mouse.
  • Ergonomic Benefits for Every Height - Whether you're 5'1" or 6'1", you can comfortably shift from sitting to standing with 12 different height levels.

Description

FlexiSpot's desktop workstation provides an easy way to transition between sitting and standing throughout the workday. Our spacious desks offer a deep work surface, a wide keyboard and instant tablet integration. These quality workstations offer smooth up/down motion, twelve height adjustment settings and ergonomic monitor mount compatibility. Product Highlights Smooth and stable dual gas spring motion 12 height adjustment levels Large work surface Wide tray for keyboard and mouse Desktop moves straight up and down within its own footprint Simple one-step assembly Quality construction; fatigue tested 6,000 times Compatible with ergonomic monitor mounts Available in three size options and two colors (black or white) Product Specifications Max.loading weight capacity : 35 lbs Product weight: 50.6 lbs. Dimensions (Weighted Base): 31"(W) x 22.3"(D) Dimensions (Flat): 5.9"(H) x 35"(W) x 31.5 "(D) Dimensions (Extended): 19.7"(H) x 35"(W) x 31.5"(D) Extension Height: 19.7" (Footprint Surface) & 14.2 " (Keyboard Tray) Work surface measures: 35"(W) x 31.5"(D) (Display Surface & Keyboard Tray) Keyboard tray measures: 35"(W) x 12.2"(D) (Middle) & 7.9" (D) (Both wings)


Manufacturer Loctek Visual Technology Co., limited


Brand Name FLEXISPOT


Item Weight 50.6 pounds


Product Dimensions 35 x 31.5 x 5.9 inches


Item model number M2B-M-SIZE


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Shape Rectangle


Material Type Wood and Steel


Number of Items 1


Size 35" Medium


Manufacturer Part Number M2B-M-SIZE


ASIN B01HPE05BM


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,553 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,935 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #6 in Computer Workstations


Date First Available June 29, 2016


abunda_amazon_reviews Just finished the first week with this, and I love it. Notably, today an office mate received his Varidesk of the same size. Not only is the Varidesk $100 more, it is not nearly as nice as the FlexiSpot, for several reasons. First, the Varidesk lifts with spring action, which is much harder to raise and lower than the Flexispot pneumatic assist. Several of the shorter/average height women in the office had a lot of problems raising the Varidesk, and some could not lower it. The FlexiSpot on the other hand was easy for all to raise/lower. Second, the base of the Varidesk is deeper, and hangs over the desks in our cubes, while the FlexiSpot fits perfectly. Third, the Varidesk moves forward when it raises, so the unit becomes top heavy, particularly with the overhang of the base. The FlexiSpot raises and lowers straight up and down so stays more stable. Fourth, the Varidesk has more cutout area, meaning that the FlexiSpot has more real estate for monitor, laptops, paperwork, etc. Finally, I should mention that the problem with the keyboard tray noted in many reviews has been corrected - they have recessed bolts into the tray, so attaching the brackets is no problem, and stays very sturdy. Also note, I am 6'7", and this unit at its tallest is a perfect fit. Overall, the FlexiSpot, after side by side comparison with the Varidesk, is clearly the winner. More stable, easier to raise and lower, more real estate, and $100 cheaper!;;Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;In side-by-side comparison with Varidesk, the FlexiSpot is the clear winner!;;mattturley;;;I had a baby about 6 months ago and I ordered this because it was hard to sit in a chair all day. My back was killing me. (plus my office chair just sucks). I stand up about 7 hours a day and I lower it to sit down for about an hour a day. It was easy to assemble. It is heavy but I was able to put it on my desk without significant effort. It is very easy to move up and down. Make sure to get a anti-fatigue mat if you purchase a standing desk.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love IT! Highly Recommend;;Mrs.DeCicco;;;Absolutely love the ease of setup and use. Only one handle to raise and bring back down. I am only 5.2 and don’t have the wingspan to sprawl across a wide desk to get it to move. It comfortable fits 2 24” monitors and a 15” laptop. Plus plenty of room for papers coffee and occasional lunch. Only complaint is the packaging. I had to send the first one back because the visible edge of the desk was damaged. They protected the corners and the keyboard attachment well but not much else. Got the second one and had a dent pretty much in the same spot but I went ahead and kept it because it wasn’t too noticeable. Otherwise, I love it. Every one in my office is coveting it.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Extra wide and easy to use...check for damage.;;L. Williams;;;For what it is--a desktop standing desk--the Flexispot is about as good as it gets, or pretty close. At 47", this spans the full length of my desk, and it maneuvers up and down pretty easily--similar to a bedside hospital table, albeit a little heavier, because this thing is much more substantial. Clamp the lever on the side, and it raises or lowers fairly smoothly with pneumatic assistance. That said, if you've never owned a desktop standing desk, consider these things: Firstly, this thing is pretty heavy. My UPS guy didn't even bother to drag it up my porch steps because of its size and weight, and getting it into the house was a bear. I had to enlist my son to move, unpack, and assemble it. If those things are an issue for you at all, then stop right there. Secondly, When you put this atop your desk, your working surface when the desk is in sitting position is now some 6" higher, and your keyboard will be about 5" higher--both out of any good ergonomic range. I know I need to frequently switch from sitting to standing and back again, lest I get backaches from standing too much, or hip, lower back, and tennis elbow pains from sitting too much. And in fact, my physical therapist says that in general for anyone, it's wise to switch often between sitting and standing--about 1/2 hr duration for each. So...If you happen to have a base desk, as I do, that cannot be lowered or have its legs cut, then sitting at it is kind of an issue (See image. View is from my desk chair set to its highest position. I’m not short at 5’8”. Note how high the standing desk’s surface is). Because my desk surface is far too high, I now suffer from shoulder and neck cricks. Further, with a keyboard tray that is not retractable, I find I have to move my keyboard off of the standing desk’s keyboard tray and down to my BASE desk's keyboard tray when I'm sitting--which I'm fine doing, since my keyboard is wireless--except that the standing desk's keyboard tray then hovers over the base desk’s keyboard tray awkwardly, and prevents me from sitting closer to the desk and screen (see image). Removing and replacing the standing desk's tray alternately is not realistic either. It's bulky and heavy and does not attach and remove easily, despite the quick release levers. Also, someone in another review mentioned that they had issues with the rubber feet or pads (which are roughly about the size of a U.S. Kennedy half-dollar to a U.S. one dollar Eisenhower coin) sliding out from under the desk after a few lift/lower operations. I’m experiencing the same, presumably because the adhesive to the pads is not strong enough. This seems like a minor issue until you consider the fact that this desk is HEAVY. Lifting it back up to slide the pads back in place is NOT easy (forget about the fact that you have to remove everything from your desktop), but if you don’t do this, the desk is so heavy that who knows what it does to your base desk surface over time. What I wish I had done was to go straight to Ikea and buy one of their adjustable desks. They offer them in different sizes and shapes, including a slightly L-shaped one which is nice for supporting a printer too. Regrettably, they do not offer a pneumatic adjustable akin to this desk, but they do offer an electric adjustable. It would have been about $200 more for the L-shaped, but it would've been infinitely simpler and better looking. The cost of buying an adjustable base desk that I can adjust down, in order to bring the standing desk in it’s sitting position to a proper height, adds up to slightly more than if I had just bought Ikea's electric desk. It’s not nearly as attractive, and who knows if I could even pull up to it properly if the base desk is so low—would my legs fit under the desk? Probably not...so I'm kinda regretting this purchase. I considered returning this desk...but again, it is SO heavy and involves giant boxes. Packing it up and sending it back would've been too much of a hassle. If you've never owned a desktop standing desk, I think these are important considerations to make.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;DON'T FORGET TO CONSIDER SITTING HEIGHT;;Nanners;;;Like many folks, I used to sit at my desk job and I noticed a pattern of back pain during the week that would go away over the weekend (when I wasn't sitting on my butt). Rinse and repeat. Back pain is not nearly as much of a problem now. My legs are fatigued at the end of the day, but that amounts to exercise as far as I'm concerned. This was a good choice for me and I would recommend it to anyone that is concerned about the health risks associated with sitting for extended periods..;;Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Stand up for yourself.;;Gregory Miller;;;I am in love with this product and my purchase! Out of a number of different brands I've seen at work, this one has the best quality, largest workspace, and as stated, I expected to spend more than an hour slowly putting this together. I was done in 10 minutes! Literally! So great quality, great product, great price. Happy happy happy customer! Highly recommended. Also easy to raise and lower! Picture included. Respectfully, Tom;;Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Super simple to put together! 10 minutes!!!;;Thomas Rice

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By mattturley - Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2017
In side-by-side comparison with Varidesk, the FlexiSpot is the clear winner!
Just finished the first week with this, and I love it. Notably, today an office mate received his Varidesk of the same size. Not only is the Varidesk $100 more, it is not nearly as nice as the FlexiSpot, for several reasons. First, the Varidesk lifts with spring action, which is much harder to raise and lower than the Flexispot pneumatic assist. Several of the shorter/average height women in the office had a lot of problems raising the Varidesk, and some could not lower it. The FlexiSpot on the other hand was easy for all to raise/lower. Second, the base of the Varidesk is deeper, and hangs over the desks in our cubes, while the FlexiSpot fits perfectly. Third, the Varidesk moves forward when it raises, so the unit becomes top heavy, particularly with the overhang of the base. The FlexiSpot raises and lowers straight up and down so stays more stable. Fourth, the Varidesk has more cutout area, meaning that the FlexiSpot has more real estate for monitor, laptops, paperwork, etc. Finally, I should mention that the problem with the keyboard tray noted in many reviews has been corrected - they have recessed bolts into the tray, so attaching the brackets is no problem, and stays very sturdy. Also note, I am 6'7", and this unit at its tallest is a perfect fit. Overall, the FlexiSpot, after side by side comparison with the Varidesk, is clearly the winner. More stable, easier to raise and lower, more real estate, and $100 cheaper!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mrs.DeCicco - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2019
Love IT! Highly Recommend
I had a baby about 6 months ago and I ordered this because it was hard to sit in a chair all day. My back was killing me. (plus my office chair just sucks). I stand up about 7 hours a day and I lower it to sit down for about an hour a day. It was easy to assemble. It is heavy but I was able to put it on my desk without significant effort. It is very easy to move up and down. Make sure to get a anti-fatigue mat if you purchase a standing desk.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L. Williams - Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2019
Extra wide and easy to use...check for damage.
Absolutely love the ease of setup and use. Only one handle to raise and bring back down. I am only 5.2 and don’t have the wingspan to sprawl across a wide desk to get it to move. It comfortable fits 2 24” monitors and a 15” laptop. Plus plenty of room for papers coffee and occasional lunch. Only complaint is the packaging. I had to send the first one back because the visible edge of the desk was damaged. They protected the corners and the keyboard attachment well but not much else. Got the second one and had a dent pretty much in the same spot but I went ahead and kept it because it wasn’t too noticeable. Otherwise, I love it. Every one in my office is coveting it.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Nanners - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019
DON'T FORGET TO CONSIDER SITTING HEIGHT
For what it is--a desktop standing desk--the Flexispot is about as good as it gets, or pretty close. At 47", this spans the full length of my desk, and it maneuvers up and down pretty easily--similar to a bedside hospital table, albeit a little heavier, because this thing is much more substantial. Clamp the lever on the side, and it raises or lowers fairly smoothly with pneumatic assistance. That said, if you've never owned a desktop standing desk, consider these things: Firstly, this thing is pretty heavy. My UPS guy didn't even bother to drag it up my porch steps because of its size and weight, and getting it into the house was a bear. I had to enlist my son to move, unpack, and assemble it. If those things are an issue for you at all, then stop right there. Secondly, When you put this atop your desk, your working surface when the desk is in sitting position is now some 6" higher, and your keyboard will be about 5" higher--both out of any good ergonomic range. I know I need to frequently switch from sitting to standing and back again, lest I get backaches from standing too much, or hip, lower back, and tennis elbow pains from sitting too much. And in fact, my physical therapist says that in general for anyone, it's wise to switch often between sitting and standing--about 1/2 hr duration for each. So...If you happen to have a base desk, as I do, that cannot be lowered or have its legs cut, then sitting at it is kind of an issue (See image. View is from my desk chair set to its highest position. I’m not short at 5’8”. Note how high the standing desk’s surface is). Because my desk surface is far too high, I now suffer from shoulder and neck cricks. Further, with a keyboard tray that is not retractable, I find I have to move my keyboard off of the standing desk’s keyboard tray and down to my BASE desk's keyboard tray when I'm sitting--which I'm fine doing, since my keyboard is wireless--except that the standing desk's keyboard tray then hovers over the base desk’s keyboard tray awkwardly, and prevents me from sitting closer to the desk and screen (see image). Removing and replacing the standing desk's tray alternately is not realistic either. It's bulky and heavy and does not attach and remove easily, despite the quick release levers. Also, someone in another review mentioned that they had issues with the rubber feet or pads (which are roughly about the size of a U.S. Kennedy half-dollar to a U.S. one dollar Eisenhower coin) sliding out from under the desk after a few lift/lower operations. I’m experiencing the same, presumably because the adhesive to the pads is not strong enough. This seems like a minor issue until you consider the fact that this desk is HEAVY. Lifting it back up to slide the pads back in place is NOT easy (forget about the fact that you have to remove everything from your desktop), but if you don’t do this, the desk is so heavy that who knows what it does to your base desk surface over time. What I wish I had done was to go straight to Ikea and buy one of their adjustable desks. They offer them in different sizes and shapes, including a slightly L-shaped one which is nice for supporting a printer too. Regrettably, they do not offer a pneumatic adjustable akin to this desk, but they do offer an electric adjustable. It would have been about $200 more for the L-shaped, but it would've been infinitely simpler and better looking. The cost of buying an adjustable base desk that I can adjust down, in order to bring the standing desk in it’s sitting position to a proper height, adds up to slightly more than if I had just bought Ikea's electric desk. It’s not nearly as attractive, and who knows if I could even pull up to it properly if the base desk is so low—would my legs fit under the desk? Probably not...so I'm kinda regretting this purchase. I considered returning this desk...but again, it is SO heavy and involves giant boxes. Packing it up and sending it back would've been too much of a hassle. If you've never owned a desktop standing desk, I think these are important considerations to make.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregory Miller - Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019
Stand up for yourself.
Like many folks, I used to sit at my desk job and I noticed a pattern of back pain during the week that would go away over the weekend (when I wasn't sitting on my butt). Rinse and repeat. Back pain is not nearly as much of a problem now. My legs are fatigued at the end of the day, but that amounts to exercise as far as I'm concerned. This was a good choice for me and I would recommend it to anyone that is concerned about the health risks associated with sitting for extended periods..

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thomas Rice - Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2019
Super simple to put together! 10 minutes!!!
I am in love with this product and my purchase! Out of a number of different brands I've seen at work, this one has the best quality, largest workspace, and as stated, I expected to spend more than an hour slowly putting this together. I was done in 10 minutes! Literally! So great quality, great product, great price. Happy happy happy customer! Highly recommended. Also easy to raise and lower! Picture included. Respectfully, Tom

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By mattturley - Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2017
In side-by-side comparison with Varidesk, the FlexiSpot is the clear winner!
Just finished the first week with this, and I love it. Notably, today an office mate received his Varidesk of the same size. Not only is the Varidesk $100 more, it is not nearly as nice as the FlexiSpot, for several reasons. First, the Varidesk lifts with spring action, which is much harder to raise and lower than the Flexispot pneumatic assist. Several of the shorter/average height women in the office had a lot of problems raising the Varidesk, and some could not lower it. The FlexiSpot on the other hand was easy for all to raise/lower. Second, the base of the Varidesk is deeper, and hangs over the desks in our cubes, while the FlexiSpot fits perfectly. Third, the Varidesk moves forward when it raises, so the unit becomes top heavy, particularly with the overhang of the base. The FlexiSpot raises and lowers straight up and down so stays more stable. Fourth, the Varidesk has more cutout area, meaning that the FlexiSpot has more real estate for monitor, laptops, paperwork, etc. Finally, I should mention that the problem with the keyboard tray noted in many reviews has been corrected - they have recessed bolts into the tray, so attaching the brackets is no problem, and stays very sturdy. Also note, I am 6'7", and this unit at its tallest is a perfect fit. Overall, the FlexiSpot, after side by side comparison with the Varidesk, is clearly the winner. More stable, easier to raise and lower, more real estate, and $100 cheaper!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mrs.DeCicco - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2019
Love IT! Highly Recommend
I had a baby about 6 months ago and I ordered this because it was hard to sit in a chair all day. My back was killing me. (plus my office chair just sucks). I stand up about 7 hours a day and I lower it to sit down for about an hour a day. It was easy to assemble. It is heavy but I was able to put it on my desk without significant effort. It is very easy to move up and down. Make sure to get a anti-fatigue mat if you purchase a standing desk.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L. Williams - Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2019
Extra wide and easy to use...check for damage.
Absolutely love the ease of setup and use. Only one handle to raise and bring back down. I am only 5.2 and don’t have the wingspan to sprawl across a wide desk to get it to move. It comfortable fits 2 24” monitors and a 15” laptop. Plus plenty of room for papers coffee and occasional lunch. Only complaint is the packaging. I had to send the first one back because the visible edge of the desk was damaged. They protected the corners and the keyboard attachment well but not much else. Got the second one and had a dent pretty much in the same spot but I went ahead and kept it because it wasn’t too noticeable. Otherwise, I love it. Every one in my office is coveting it.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Nanners - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019
DON'T FORGET TO CONSIDER SITTING HEIGHT
For what it is--a desktop standing desk--the Flexispot is about as good as it gets, or pretty close. At 47", this spans the full length of my desk, and it maneuvers up and down pretty easily--similar to a bedside hospital table, albeit a little heavier, because this thing is much more substantial. Clamp the lever on the side, and it raises or lowers fairly smoothly with pneumatic assistance. That said, if you've never owned a desktop standing desk, consider these things: Firstly, this thing is pretty heavy. My UPS guy didn't even bother to drag it up my porch steps because of its size and weight, and getting it into the house was a bear. I had to enlist my son to move, unpack, and assemble it. If those things are an issue for you at all, then stop right there. Secondly, When you put this atop your desk, your working surface when the desk is in sitting position is now some 6" higher, and your keyboard will be about 5" higher--both out of any good ergonomic range. I know I need to frequently switch from sitting to standing and back again, lest I get backaches from standing too much, or hip, lower back, and tennis elbow pains from sitting too much. And in fact, my physical therapist says that in general for anyone, it's wise to switch often between sitting and standing--about 1/2 hr duration for each. So...If you happen to have a base desk, as I do, that cannot be lowered or have its legs cut, then sitting at it is kind of an issue (See image. View is from my desk chair set to its highest position. I’m not short at 5’8”. Note how high the standing desk’s surface is). Because my desk surface is far too high, I now suffer from shoulder and neck cricks. Further, with a keyboard tray that is not retractable, I find I have to move my keyboard off of the standing desk’s keyboard tray and down to my BASE desk's keyboard tray when I'm sitting--which I'm fine doing, since my keyboard is wireless--except that the standing desk's keyboard tray then hovers over the base desk’s keyboard tray awkwardly, and prevents me from sitting closer to the desk and screen (see image). Removing and replacing the standing desk's tray alternately is not realistic either. It's bulky and heavy and does not attach and remove easily, despite the quick release levers. Also, someone in another review mentioned that they had issues with the rubber feet or pads (which are roughly about the size of a U.S. Kennedy half-dollar to a U.S. one dollar Eisenhower coin) sliding out from under the desk after a few lift/lower operations. I’m experiencing the same, presumably because the adhesive to the pads is not strong enough. This seems like a minor issue until you consider the fact that this desk is HEAVY. Lifting it back up to slide the pads back in place is NOT easy (forget about the fact that you have to remove everything from your desktop), but if you don’t do this, the desk is so heavy that who knows what it does to your base desk surface over time. What I wish I had done was to go straight to Ikea and buy one of their adjustable desks. They offer them in different sizes and shapes, including a slightly L-shaped one which is nice for supporting a printer too. Regrettably, they do not offer a pneumatic adjustable akin to this desk, but they do offer an electric adjustable. It would have been about $200 more for the L-shaped, but it would've been infinitely simpler and better looking. The cost of buying an adjustable base desk that I can adjust down, in order to bring the standing desk in it’s sitting position to a proper height, adds up to slightly more than if I had just bought Ikea's electric desk. It’s not nearly as attractive, and who knows if I could even pull up to it properly if the base desk is so low—would my legs fit under the desk? Probably not...so I'm kinda regretting this purchase. I considered returning this desk...but again, it is SO heavy and involves giant boxes. Packing it up and sending it back would've been too much of a hassle. If you've never owned a desktop standing desk, I think these are important considerations to make.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregory Miller - Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019
Stand up for yourself.
Like many folks, I used to sit at my desk job and I noticed a pattern of back pain during the week that would go away over the weekend (when I wasn't sitting on my butt). Rinse and repeat. Back pain is not nearly as much of a problem now. My legs are fatigued at the end of the day, but that amounts to exercise as far as I'm concerned. This was a good choice for me and I would recommend it to anyone that is concerned about the health risks associated with sitting for extended periods..

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thomas Rice - Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2019
Super simple to put together! 10 minutes!!!
I am in love with this product and my purchase! Out of a number of different brands I've seen at work, this one has the best quality, largest workspace, and as stated, I expected to spend more than an hour slowly putting this together. I was done in 10 minutes! Literally! So great quality, great product, great price. Happy happy happy customer! Highly recommended. Also easy to raise and lower! Picture included. Respectfully, Tom