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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)


Brand Name FLEXISPOT


Item Weight 50.6 pounds


Product Dimensions 35 x 31.5 x 5.9 inches


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Item model number M2B-M-SIZE


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 1,231 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,534 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #16 in Computer Workstations


Shipping Weight 62.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


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)


Brand Name FLEXISPOT


Item Weight 50.6 pounds


Product Dimensions 35 x 31.5 x 5.9 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number M2B-M-SIZE


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 1,231 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,534 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #16 in Computer Workstations


Shipping Weight 62.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


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.


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Returns

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

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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)


Brand Name FLEXISPOT


Item Weight 50.6 pounds


Product Dimensions 35 x 31.5 x 5.9 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number M2B-M-SIZE


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 1,231 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,534 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #16 in Computer Workstations


Shipping Weight 62.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


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;;/gp/customer-reviews/RP3ER1IBTS43D/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01HPE05BM;;;Awesome product. Very strong (surprisingly heavy, but that's indicative of good, solid design). My only complaint is that the weight capacity listed on the Amazon description of 44lbs is not quite true. When the box arrives, it says on the outside, and also says in the brochure inside the box, that the capacity of the main platform is only 35 lbs, and that the keyboard tray can only hold something like 4 or 5 lbs. Mind you, that is still a lot of weight, and for most people planning to put two monitors on there, that is plenty. But in my case, I am putting three monitors on there, which total about 40lbs, well short of 44, so I thought I'd be ok. But when I put all three monitors on there AND put on the keyboard tray with the keyboard on there, it was too much. Lifting up the tray, even with the gas cylinders helping me, was very difficult. Luckily, though, for me it was more ergonomic to just put the keyboard on the main platform, so I removed the keyboard tray (which is itself fairly heavy) so that sort of evened things out to where raising and lowering is easy.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great product, just be aware of the actual weight capacity, which is <44 lbs, as listed;;Dan;;/gp/customer-reviews/RGI7K8M56WLNY/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01HPE05BM;;;This is one of those times I wish there were 1/2 stars. This is a great sit/stand workstation, and I have only a few issues with it. Beware that it is heavy and if you are a smaller person you're going to want help to get the box to where your desk is and to unbox it. I did not care for the way this is boxed, as it requires you to open it on the long end, turn it upside down and slide the unit in its styrofoam casing out of the large box, all while a) not letting it fall and get damaged or b) letting it damage you. From a user experience standpoint, FlexiSpot needs to do some serious work on the unboxing aspect of such a large and unwieldy unit. I wish they'd go back to providing a slide-in keyboard tray like they apparently used to. I see how it could work with the keyboard tray Flexispot provides, but with the way the 'wings' extend out it would require a slight redesign. I like the fact that it doesn't require me messing around with screws and pre-drilled holes or anything of that nature. It's assembled and slides into rails. It feels very sturdy and doesn't flex at all. The ease of removal means that I can work with managing cables without performing awkward physical movements. Just remove the tray after moving the unit all the way up and work underneath it. The curvature of the keyboard try is too pronounced, though, and frankly feels unnecessarily 'stylish' rather than functional. I had to replace my trusty Logitech K350 keyboard (my go-to for its key responsiveness, ergonomics and overall feel for typing, and I type ALOT) because it simply doesn't fit due to the curve. If this were a straight across keyboard tray, running a consistent 9" or so all the way across, it would work fine for the K350 and many other curved keyboards. I replaced the K350 with a K800, and it works great, it's just going to take a lot to get used to the difference in the keyboards. The other main issue I'm encountering is the bounce it has in it when I type. I had an HP w2558hc monitor that I absolutely loved and have used for a very long time, but at 22lbs it chewed up too much of my weight allotment since I use 3 monitors (which is one reason I got the 47" unit). Even with that monitor and its sturdy base, typing would cause a jiggle to show up. Now that I've replaced the HP with a Samsung S27F350 on a monitor arm, the jiggle is worse when I get really going (I can type >100wpm). On the plus side, this will force me to focus on not mashing keys so badly, but it is definitely a noticeable thing. Monitor arms sit on the platform with no issues. It's roughly 3/4" thick, and since when it is fully lowered it still has about 5 3/8" of space from the top of the desk to the bottom of the FlexiSpot platform, most clamp style arms should work. It is a little disappointing that there are no grommet holes in the platform, though, but I can see where that might weaken the overall structure since it isn't very thick. Movement is fluid and relatively easy, even with 3 monitors mounted to it. Losing roughly 13 pounds of monitor certainly helped, but even with the 22lb HP I didn't have any issues getting it to raise or lower and re-position to anywhere I wanted it. I love the fact that I'm not limited to some number of pre-sets, as I can see myself now adopting a stand, stand-stool, and chair mode at different times of the day, so ultimate flexibility is key. I think the weight limits are somewhat conservative, but I wouldn't want to chance going right up to the limit. You risk not being able to raise the platform if you don't have decent upper body strength, especially given the span it has. The surface of the unit is smooth enough that you can write on it, whether the top surface or the wings of the keyboard tray. This is really nice, but the silly 'phone/tablet' slot all but ruins your ability to use the surface as a desk. Bad design on that one, FlexiSpot. You're replacing a desk surface, and that slot taking up almost the entirety of the width of the platform destroys a large portion of the utility of the surface. I have no issues with the width of the wings on the keyboard tray, there is plenty of room to use my mouse. I am getting a new mouse pad, however, as my round 3M mousing surface pad doesn't fit on the wing well, and when I lower it to sit the mouse pad gets pushed off. I tried pulling the tray out just a smidge to prevent that, since it locks in place in the rails, but that introduces just a slight bounce in the keyboard tray itself, which I didn't particularly like. I'm also not a huge gamer using exaggerated mouse movements, so your mileage here may vary. With the way the tray mounts to the workstation, you could easily craft something that attaches to the rail frame with a larger wing either on the left or the right hand side. The other thing I noticed is that the surface of the keyboard tray is slicker than my old underdesk keyboard/mouse tray, so the mouse pad has more tendency to slide around. Since I have to get a new mousepad anyway, I went with something that hopefully has more tackiness to its underside, which I'm hoping will fix that problem. I don't see this as a fault of the FlexiSpot, per se, but another change that I had to make to my workstation setup nonetheless. There are some next level things FlexiSpot could do to make this a 5 star plus device and really own the competition in this segment. 1. Grommets, as I said before. 2. Built-in cable management. While I appreciate the 'put them where you want them' 3M sticky, re-positionable cable ties and the cable wrap, significant improvement could be made to the unit if it had a builtin cable tray in the back paired with, say 3 small grommets or a mesh wire pass-through along the back. 3. A cup holder. This might seem silly, but a round hole or a recess on the surface that could hold a 12 ounce can or cup of comparable size would make the utility of the workstation markedly better. One of the things I'm highly concerned about since setting up and using the workstation for the last two days is knocking over my cup of water either while moving it up or down or knocking it over because I've had to adjust the placement of so many things in my normal workflow to accommodate the standing method. A cup holder would resolve that, and remember this is going on top of a currently working desk unit, so that's something that's likely already there. Desks don't need cup holders because they don't move, you're changing that paradigm significantly. 4. Provide a cover for the phone/tablet holder. It's useless, but I guess some users might find it useful, so give me a choice and a way to make that surface a contiguous piece of desk. Since you recessed it slightly, if you recessed it another 1/6-1/8" and left that small groove around it, you could have a pop-in/pop-out piece of plastic that leaves the surface contiguous and usable as a desk. The reality is for me the tray is useless as designed because all my tablets and phones have cases on them. Every picture you show of someone using this thing has a device with no case on it. Is there a single person on the planet that uses their phone or tablet without at least SOME form of a case on it anymore? I'd like some way to get at least some of this surface returned to me. Alternatively, if you moved the slot forward 2-3" I could get more of the surface to write on and that might solve much of the problem. 5. USB ports recessed into the surface that are USB 3.0, and a smartly run cable that goes out the back to connect to my PC. Maybe use some of that useless 'phone holder' strip or a USB hub on the wings in front of the lift handles. I like the idea of it being recessed in the surface because that means no cords are hanging off getting in the way. While there are pass-throughs in the phone/tablet slot, an incorporated USB hub would make this way more user friendly and useful. 6. Power outlets on the back for monitors. That would solve a lot of cable management issues, since you'd only have to manage one cable to an outlet instead of multiple cables having to be snaked around and tied up somehow so they don't get in the way when raising or lowering the workstation. All in all a great device, I'll stick with FlexiSpot for my other work surfaces I hope to convert in the near future for sure. I think it's a high quality device with a great use case.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;This is a great sit/stand workstation;;Charles;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1MTA4Z6D0HYQN/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01HPE05BM

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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!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2017
Great product, just be aware of the actual weight capacity, which is <44 lbs, as listed
Awesome product. Very strong (surprisingly heavy, but that's indicative of good, solid design). My only complaint is that the weight capacity listed on the Amazon description of 44lbs is not quite true. When the box arrives, it says on the outside, and also says in the brochure inside the box, that the capacity of the main platform is only 35 lbs, and that the keyboard tray can only hold something like 4 or 5 lbs. Mind you, that is still a lot of weight, and for most people planning to put two monitors on there, that is plenty. But in my case, I am putting three monitors on there, which total about 40lbs, well short of 44, so I thought I'd be ok. But when I put all three monitors on there AND put on the keyboard tray with the keyboard on there, it was too much. Lifting up the tray, even with the gas cylinders helping me, was very difficult. Luckily, though, for me it was more ergonomic to just put the keyboard on the main platform, so I removed the keyboard tray (which is itself fairly heavy) so that sort of evened things out to where raising and lowering is easy.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Charles - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2017
This is a great sit/stand workstation
This is one of those times I wish there were 1/2 stars. This is a great sit/stand workstation, and I have only a few issues with it. Beware that it is heavy and if you are a smaller person you're going to want help to get the box to where your desk is and to unbox it. I did not care for the way this is boxed, as it requires you to open it on the long end, turn it upside down and slide the unit in its styrofoam casing out of the large box, all while a) not letting it fall and get damaged or b) letting it damage you. From a user experience standpoint, FlexiSpot needs to do some serious work on the unboxing aspect of such a large and unwieldy unit. I wish they'd go back to providing a slide-in keyboard tray like they apparently used to. I see how it could work with the keyboard tray Flexispot provides, but with the way the 'wings' extend out it would require a slight redesign. I like the fact that it doesn't require me messing around with screws and pre-drilled holes or anything of that nature. It's assembled and slides into rails. It feels very sturdy and doesn't flex at all. The ease of removal means that I can work with managing cables without performing awkward physical movements. Just remove the tray after moving the unit all the way up and work underneath it. The curvature of the keyboard try is too pronounced, though, and frankly feels unnecessarily 'stylish' rather than functional. I had to replace my trusty Logitech K350 keyboard (my go-to for its key responsiveness, ergonomics and overall feel for typing, and I type ALOT) because it simply doesn't fit due to the curve. If this were a straight across keyboard tray, running a consistent 9" or so all the way across, it would work fine for the K350 and many other curved keyboards. I replaced the K350 with a K800, and it works great, it's just going to take a lot to get used to the difference in the keyboards. The other main issue I'm encountering is the bounce it has in it when I type. I had an HP w2558hc monitor that I absolutely loved and have used for a very long time, but at 22lbs it chewed up too much of my weight allotment since I use 3 monitors (which is one reason I got the 47" unit). Even with that monitor and its sturdy base, typing would cause a jiggle to show up. Now that I've replaced the HP with a Samsung S27F350 on a monitor arm, the jiggle is worse when I get really going (I can type >100wpm). On the plus side, this will force me to focus on not mashing keys so badly, but it is definitely a noticeable thing. Monitor arms sit on the platform with no issues. It's roughly 3/4" thick, and since when it is fully lowered it still has about 5 3/8" of space from the top of the desk to the bottom of the FlexiSpot platform, most clamp style arms should work. It is a little disappointing that there are no grommet holes in the platform, though, but I can see where that might weaken the overall structure since it isn't very thick. Movement is fluid and relatively easy, even with 3 monitors mounted to it. Losing roughly 13 pounds of monitor certainly helped, but even with the 22lb HP I didn't have any issues getting it to raise or lower and re-position to anywhere I wanted it. I love the fact that I'm not limited to some number of pre-sets, as I can see myself now adopting a stand, stand-stool, and chair mode at different times of the day, so ultimate flexibility is key. I think the weight limits are somewhat conservative, but I wouldn't want to chance going right up to the limit. You risk not being able to raise the platform if you don't have decent upper body strength, especially given the span it has. The surface of the unit is smooth enough that you can write on it, whether the top surface or the wings of the keyboard tray. This is really nice, but the silly 'phone/tablet' slot all but ruins your ability to use the surface as a desk. Bad design on that one, FlexiSpot. You're replacing a desk surface, and that slot taking up almost the entirety of the width of the platform destroys a large portion of the utility of the surface. I have no issues with the width of the wings on the keyboard tray, there is plenty of room to use my mouse. I am getting a new mouse pad, however, as my round 3M mousing surface pad doesn't fit on the wing well, and when I lower it to sit the mouse pad gets pushed off. I tried pulling the tray out just a smidge to prevent that, since it locks in place in the rails, but that introduces just a slight bounce in the keyboard tray itself, which I didn't particularly like. I'm also not a huge gamer using exaggerated mouse movements, so your mileage here may vary. With the way the tray mounts to the workstation, you could easily craft something that attaches to the rail frame with a larger wing either on the left or the right hand side. The other thing I noticed is that the surface of the keyboard tray is slicker than my old underdesk keyboard/mouse tray, so the mouse pad has more tendency to slide around. Since I have to get a new mousepad anyway, I went with something that hopefully has more tackiness to its underside, which I'm hoping will fix that problem. I don't see this as a fault of the FlexiSpot, per se, but another change that I had to make to my workstation setup nonetheless. There are some next level things FlexiSpot could do to make this a 5 star plus device and really own the competition in this segment. 1. Grommets, as I said before. 2. Built-in cable management. While I appreciate the 'put them where you want them' 3M sticky, re-positionable cable ties and the cable wrap, significant improvement could be made to the unit if it had a builtin cable tray in the back paired with, say 3 small grommets or a mesh wire pass-through along the back. 3. A cup holder. This might seem silly, but a round hole or a recess on the surface that could hold a 12 ounce can or cup of comparable size would make the utility of the workstation markedly better. One of the things I'm highly concerned about since setting up and using the workstation for the last two days is knocking over my cup of water either while moving it up or down or knocking it over because I've had to adjust the placement of so many things in my normal workflow to accommodate the standing method. A cup holder would resolve that, and remember this is going on top of a currently working desk unit, so that's something that's likely already there. Desks don't need cup holders because they don't move, you're changing that paradigm significantly. 4. Provide a cover for the phone/tablet holder. It's useless, but I guess some users might find it useful, so give me a choice and a way to make that surface a contiguous piece of desk. Since you recessed it slightly, if you recessed it another 1/6-1/8" and left that small groove around it, you could have a pop-in/pop-out piece of plastic that leaves the surface contiguous and usable as a desk. The reality is for me the tray is useless as designed because all my tablets and phones have cases on them. Every picture you show of someone using this thing has a device with no case on it. Is there a single person on the planet that uses their phone or tablet without at least SOME form of a case on it anymore? I'd like some way to get at least some of this surface returned to me. Alternatively, if you moved the slot forward 2-3" I could get more of the surface to write on and that might solve much of the problem. 5. USB ports recessed into the surface that are USB 3.0, and a smartly run cable that goes out the back to connect to my PC. Maybe use some of that useless 'phone holder' strip or a USB hub on the wings in front of the lift handles. I like the idea of it being recessed in the surface because that means no cords are hanging off getting in the way. While there are pass-throughs in the phone/tablet slot, an incorporated USB hub would make this way more user friendly and useful. 6. Power outlets on the back for monitors. That would solve a lot of cable management issues, since you'd only have to manage one cable to an outlet instead of multiple cables having to be snaked around and tied up somehow so they don't get in the way when raising or lowering the workstation. All in all a great device, I'll stick with FlexiSpot for my other work surfaces I hope to convert in the near future for sure. I think it's a high quality device with a great use case.

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!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2017
Great product, just be aware of the actual weight capacity, which is <44 lbs, as listed
Awesome product. Very strong (surprisingly heavy, but that's indicative of good, solid design). My only complaint is that the weight capacity listed on the Amazon description of 44lbs is not quite true. When the box arrives, it says on the outside, and also says in the brochure inside the box, that the capacity of the main platform is only 35 lbs, and that the keyboard tray can only hold something like 4 or 5 lbs. Mind you, that is still a lot of weight, and for most people planning to put two monitors on there, that is plenty. But in my case, I am putting three monitors on there, which total about 40lbs, well short of 44, so I thought I'd be ok. But when I put all three monitors on there AND put on the keyboard tray with the keyboard on there, it was too much. Lifting up the tray, even with the gas cylinders helping me, was very difficult. Luckily, though, for me it was more ergonomic to just put the keyboard on the main platform, so I removed the keyboard tray (which is itself fairly heavy) so that sort of evened things out to where raising and lowering is easy.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Charles - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2017
This is a great sit/stand workstation
This is one of those times I wish there were 1/2 stars. This is a great sit/stand workstation, and I have only a few issues with it. Beware that it is heavy and if you are a smaller person you're going to want help to get the box to where your desk is and to unbox it. I did not care for the way this is boxed, as it requires you to open it on the long end, turn it upside down and slide the unit in its styrofoam casing out of the large box, all while a) not letting it fall and get damaged or b) letting it damage you. From a user experience standpoint, FlexiSpot needs to do some serious work on the unboxing aspect of such a large and unwieldy unit. I wish they'd go back to providing a slide-in keyboard tray like they apparently used to. I see how it could work with the keyboard tray Flexispot provides, but with the way the 'wings' extend out it would require a slight redesign. I like the fact that it doesn't require me messing around with screws and pre-drilled holes or anything of that nature. It's assembled and slides into rails. It feels very sturdy and doesn't flex at all. The ease of removal means that I can work with managing cables without performing awkward physical movements. Just remove the tray after moving the unit all the way up and work underneath it. The curvature of the keyboard try is too pronounced, though, and frankly feels unnecessarily 'stylish' rather than functional. I had to replace my trusty Logitech K350 keyboard (my go-to for its key responsiveness, ergonomics and overall feel for typing, and I type ALOT) because it simply doesn't fit due to the curve. If this were a straight across keyboard tray, running a consistent 9" or so all the way across, it would work fine for the K350 and many other curved keyboards. I replaced the K350 with a K800, and it works great, it's just going to take a lot to get used to the difference in the keyboards. The other main issue I'm encountering is the bounce it has in it when I type. I had an HP w2558hc monitor that I absolutely loved and have used for a very long time, but at 22lbs it chewed up too much of my weight allotment since I use 3 monitors (which is one reason I got the 47" unit). Even with that monitor and its sturdy base, typing would cause a jiggle to show up. Now that I've replaced the HP with a Samsung S27F350 on a monitor arm, the jiggle is worse when I get really going (I can type >100wpm). On the plus side, this will force me to focus on not mashing keys so badly, but it is definitely a noticeable thing. Monitor arms sit on the platform with no issues. It's roughly 3/4" thick, and since when it is fully lowered it still has about 5 3/8" of space from the top of the desk to the bottom of the FlexiSpot platform, most clamp style arms should work. It is a little disappointing that there are no grommet holes in the platform, though, but I can see where that might weaken the overall structure since it isn't very thick. Movement is fluid and relatively easy, even with 3 monitors mounted to it. Losing roughly 13 pounds of monitor certainly helped, but even with the 22lb HP I didn't have any issues getting it to raise or lower and re-position to anywhere I wanted it. I love the fact that I'm not limited to some number of pre-sets, as I can see myself now adopting a stand, stand-stool, and chair mode at different times of the day, so ultimate flexibility is key. I think the weight limits are somewhat conservative, but I wouldn't want to chance going right up to the limit. You risk not being able to raise the platform if you don't have decent upper body strength, especially given the span it has. The surface of the unit is smooth enough that you can write on it, whether the top surface or the wings of the keyboard tray. This is really nice, but the silly 'phone/tablet' slot all but ruins your ability to use the surface as a desk. Bad design on that one, FlexiSpot. You're replacing a desk surface, and that slot taking up almost the entirety of the width of the platform destroys a large portion of the utility of the surface. I have no issues with the width of the wings on the keyboard tray, there is plenty of room to use my mouse. I am getting a new mouse pad, however, as my round 3M mousing surface pad doesn't fit on the wing well, and when I lower it to sit the mouse pad gets pushed off. I tried pulling the tray out just a smidge to prevent that, since it locks in place in the rails, but that introduces just a slight bounce in the keyboard tray itself, which I didn't particularly like. I'm also not a huge gamer using exaggerated mouse movements, so your mileage here may vary. With the way the tray mounts to the workstation, you could easily craft something that attaches to the rail frame with a larger wing either on the left or the right hand side. The other thing I noticed is that the surface of the keyboard tray is slicker than my old underdesk keyboard/mouse tray, so the mouse pad has more tendency to slide around. Since I have to get a new mousepad anyway, I went with something that hopefully has more tackiness to its underside, which I'm hoping will fix that problem. I don't see this as a fault of the FlexiSpot, per se, but another change that I had to make to my workstation setup nonetheless. There are some next level things FlexiSpot could do to make this a 5 star plus device and really own the competition in this segment. 1. Grommets, as I said before. 2. Built-in cable management. While I appreciate the 'put them where you want them' 3M sticky, re-positionable cable ties and the cable wrap, significant improvement could be made to the unit if it had a builtin cable tray in the back paired with, say 3 small grommets or a mesh wire pass-through along the back. 3. A cup holder. This might seem silly, but a round hole or a recess on the surface that could hold a 12 ounce can or cup of comparable size would make the utility of the workstation markedly better. One of the things I'm highly concerned about since setting up and using the workstation for the last two days is knocking over my cup of water either while moving it up or down or knocking it over because I've had to adjust the placement of so many things in my normal workflow to accommodate the standing method. A cup holder would resolve that, and remember this is going on top of a currently working desk unit, so that's something that's likely already there. Desks don't need cup holders because they don't move, you're changing that paradigm significantly. 4. Provide a cover for the phone/tablet holder. It's useless, but I guess some users might find it useful, so give me a choice and a way to make that surface a contiguous piece of desk. Since you recessed it slightly, if you recessed it another 1/6-1/8" and left that small groove around it, you could have a pop-in/pop-out piece of plastic that leaves the surface contiguous and usable as a desk. The reality is for me the tray is useless as designed because all my tablets and phones have cases on them. Every picture you show of someone using this thing has a device with no case on it. Is there a single person on the planet that uses their phone or tablet without at least SOME form of a case on it anymore? I'd like some way to get at least some of this surface returned to me. Alternatively, if you moved the slot forward 2-3" I could get more of the surface to write on and that might solve much of the problem. 5. USB ports recessed into the surface that are USB 3.0, and a smartly run cable that goes out the back to connect to my PC. Maybe use some of that useless 'phone holder' strip or a USB hub on the wings in front of the lift handles. I like the idea of it being recessed in the surface because that means no cords are hanging off getting in the way. While there are pass-throughs in the phone/tablet slot, an incorporated USB hub would make this way more user friendly and useful. 6. Power outlets on the back for monitors. That would solve a lot of cable management issues, since you'd only have to manage one cable to an outlet instead of multiple cables having to be snaked around and tied up somehow so they don't get in the way when raising or lowering the workstation. All in all a great device, I'll stick with FlexiSpot for my other work surfaces I hope to convert in the near future for sure. I think it's a high quality device with a great use case.