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Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))

Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))

Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
Stand Steady Flexpro Hero Dual Level Standing Desk - Easily Sit or Stand in Seconds - Large Work Space w/Removable Extra Level for Keyboard & Mouse (Large (37"))
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Features

  • EASY HEIGHT ADJUSTMENTS: Go from sitting to standing in seconds with the FlexPro Hero desk converter! The hydraulic pump lift lets you to smoothly and securely raise your desk converter to your perfect ergonomic height - up to 20.5” high!
  • TWO LARGE SURFACES: The FlexPro Hero features a spacious keyboard shelf and desktop to keep your screens at eye level. At 37” long, this desk provides plenty of room for your double monitor set-up, laptop, keyboard, desk accessories, and more!
  • SLEEK & STURDY DESIGN: With its black frame, matte desktop, and smooth rounded corners, the FlexPro Hero will add a high-end feel to any home or office space. The durable metal base can support up to 35 lbs, while the leveling feet ensure your new desk won’t wobble while you work.
  • RELIEVE NECK AND BACK PAIN: Take a stand for your health! Featuring a dual tier design, the FlexPro Hero is the perfect ergonomic solution that keeps your monitors at eye level and your spine aligned!
  • FULLY ASSEMBLED: Let’s be honest, no one likes assembling furniture. That’s why we’ve done all the hard work for you! Simply unpack, set on top of your existing desk, and your FlexPro Hero is ready to go!

Product Dimensions 40.5 x 20.5 x 6.7 inches


Item Weight 32.2 pounds


Shipping Weight 37.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer Stand Steady


ASIN B077J8B3HN


Item model number KYLMA37BL


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 146 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #11,427 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #23 in Computer Workstations


Date first listed on Amazon November 16, 2017


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Features

  • EASY HEIGHT ADJUSTMENTS: Go from sitting to standing in seconds with the FlexPro Hero desk converter! The hydraulic pump lift lets you to smoothly and securely raise your desk converter to your perfect ergonomic height - up to 20.5” high!
  • TWO LARGE SURFACES: The FlexPro Hero features a spacious keyboard shelf and desktop to keep your screens at eye level. At 37” long, this desk provides plenty of room for your double monitor set-up, laptop, keyboard, desk accessories, and more!
  • SLEEK & STURDY DESIGN: With its black frame, matte desktop, and smooth rounded corners, the FlexPro Hero will add a high-end feel to any home or office space. The durable metal base can support up to 35 lbs, while the leveling feet ensure your new desk won’t wobble while you work.
  • RELIEVE NECK AND BACK PAIN: Take a stand for your health! Featuring a dual tier design, the FlexPro Hero is the perfect ergonomic solution that keeps your monitors at eye level and your spine aligned!
  • FULLY ASSEMBLED: Let’s be honest, no one likes assembling furniture. That’s why we’ve done all the hard work for you! Simply unpack, set on top of your existing desk, and your FlexPro Hero is ready to go!

Product Dimensions 40.5 x 20.5 x 6.7 inches


Item Weight 32.2 pounds


Shipping Weight 37.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer Stand Steady


ASIN B077J8B3HN


Item model number KYLMA37BL


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 146 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #11,427 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #23 in Computer Workstations


Date first listed on Amazon November 16, 2017


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

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Features

  • EASY HEIGHT ADJUSTMENTS: Go from sitting to standing in seconds with the FlexPro Hero desk converter! The hydraulic pump lift lets you to smoothly and securely raise your desk converter to your perfect ergonomic height - up to 20.5” high!
  • TWO LARGE SURFACES: The FlexPro Hero features a spacious keyboard shelf and desktop to keep your screens at eye level. At 37” long, this desk provides plenty of room for your double monitor set-up, laptop, keyboard, desk accessories, and more!
  • SLEEK & STURDY DESIGN: With its black frame, matte desktop, and smooth rounded corners, the FlexPro Hero will add a high-end feel to any home or office space. The durable metal base can support up to 35 lbs, while the leveling feet ensure your new desk won’t wobble while you work.
  • RELIEVE NECK AND BACK PAIN: Take a stand for your health! Featuring a dual tier design, the FlexPro Hero is the perfect ergonomic solution that keeps your monitors at eye level and your spine aligned!
  • FULLY ASSEMBLED: Let’s be honest, no one likes assembling furniture. That’s why we’ve done all the hard work for you! Simply unpack, set on top of your existing desk, and your FlexPro Hero is ready to go!

Product Dimensions 40.5 x 20.5 x 6.7 inches


Item Weight 32.2 pounds


Shipping Weight 37.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer Stand Steady


ASIN B077J8B3HN


Item model number KYLMA37BL


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 146 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #11,427 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #23 in Computer Workstations


Date first listed on Amazon November 16, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews Short version I like it. It does everything I need it to do. Long version: I got this after realizing how my restlessness at work was killing my productivity. I found myself taking walks around the cubicle farm and going up and down the stairs to clear my mind and regain concentration. This happened after changing from a workplace that required me to walk around a factory floor a lot to a workplace that was sitting in front of a computer all day. Compound to that back pain from sitting too much, and you end up with a very unhappy and unproductive day. I bought this desk because I knew that I'd still want to sit occasionally. I also did not want a powered version (too expensive, not a whole lot of benefit). It'd also be usable in my cubicle which has it's own deskspace already that could not be retrofitted. I also liked that it used a scissor mechanism instead of a parallel bar linkage to raise and lower. The benefit of a scissor lift is that the desk moves up and down along the vertical axis, while parallel bar linkage mechanism force the desk to make an arc shape. This arc causes the desk to be closer to you when sitting than it is when you're standing. I'm also a fan of the locking mechanism on this desk. It uses a rack and pinion along the top surface to lock the desk in place. When the locking handle is pulled, a pin will allow the pinion to move along the rack, which means the desk can move up and down. When the handle is released, the pin locks the pinion in place, locking the desk in place. With this, the desk can be moved in discrete increments of about 1-2 inches. There is also an air spring that assists in lifting the desk and cushions lowering the desk. Assembly was a snap. First, I had to unpack the box and remove the protective padding. There's quite a lot of it, so I doubt there'd be any shipping damage. Next, I removed the strap holding the lifting mechanism in place. This caused the desk to rise a little because of the aforementioned air spring. This rise went away after the desk was loaded. Next, I screwed the keyboard tray in place, and attached the included cushioned pads to the bottom of the tray so that the tray does not bang against the desk. Only 3 out of the 4 screws were able to be screwed in all the way because of alignment issues. Also, the included screw driver was a flat head while the screws were phillips! Finally, I added some plastic inserts for the tablet/phone rest. Setting up the desk after this was also trivial. It is like setting up any desk, but care has to be made such that there is slack in the wires for vertical movement. The wires also have to be routed using included clips so that the wires don't get crushed when the desk is lowered. I've been using the desk for about a week. I keep it raised most of the time, because I sit during meetings. However, I do appreciate the option to lower the desk. The desk has proven itself to be sturdy, and I think it can hold more than the 35lbs limit. The desk has done well to address my concentration and back needs. Now I need to get an anti-fatigue mat for my feet, and I'll be set. My only gripe about the desk is the tablet/phone rest. In addition to putting my laptop and monitor on my desk, I also like to write on it, both on loose pieces of paper and on a notebook. In both cases, the tablet/phone rest gets in the way of my writing. I hope it is removed in future versions!;;January 27, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Short version I like it. It does everything I need it to ...;;Benjamin Lam;;;I used to be an industrial engineer, and I constantly worked with ergonomics. This stand gets the height part, but there are lots of problems with it. I’ve used several brands over the years, and I’ve tested others. I also just bought a great unit that I used for a week that was just too short, a 36” Vivo desk stand. I would strongly recommend it for anyone 6 foot or shorter. At $40 less and better build quality, it’s a steal! My issues with this stand up converter: ½” particleboard construction. It’s so thin you can feel the keyboard platform flex when you put your hands on it. They bound the particleboard with a plastic edge along the outside, but this gives it sharp edges, where most other brands have smooth rounded edges that are far more comfortable. Weak hydraulic cylinder: my two monitors, laptop, and keyboard are well below the weight limit, but I have to pull up pretty hard (and be careful not to let the platform fall), when I want to change the height. It’s wobbly! When I type, the whole thing sways back and forth. I don’t think anything’s going anywhere, but it’s just enough to make me worry. The black finish is not durable, at all: I kept the desk on plastic or a large sheet of paper while I assembled it, and I still got 4 scratches in the finish! Rubber stops that help protect the frame and distribute the weight were not attached, so three of the four fell off as I pulled the stand out of the packaging. Luckily, I got a quick look (and was an engineer), so I was able to get them in place again, but if you aren’t so lucky, this could make the platform twist or warp while in the lowered position and shorten the life further. Finally, they give you a small convertible screwdriver that has flat and Philips heads. I appreciate the thought, but it came out of the box bent, and the driver fell out of the handle 3 or 4 times as I assembled the desk. In theory, no additional tools were required. In practice, it barely lasted long enough to get the job done. In the end, it’s tall enough, and none of these issues are deal breakers, but they also give me concerns about how long it will last. If you’re also tall, the Eureka Ergonomic Standing Desk reaches the same height, runs about $320, right now, and it feels like the VariDesk and Vivo units: solidly built and easy to raise and lower. Work didn’t want to spend that much... If you are six foot or less, I would strongly recommend the Vivo, followed by the FlexiSpot and Eureka stands. The FlexiSpot is similar in design to the Stand Steady, but it’s more solidly built, stable, and comfortable. The VariDesk is also a great option, but it has always been the priciest. The Stand Steady obviously is not at the top of my list, and I’m seriously considering returning it due to the numerous issues with mine. If I do, I’ll pony up the difference between this and the price of the Eureka.;;September 28, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Okay for tall folks, but not great;;Cypherpunk;;;Usually I bypass Amazon products that has no reviews, but this standing desk was the only one that fulfills my wife's requirements. So this is my review of the Stand Ready FlexPro Hero standing desk based on my wife's feedback. The one major requirement for my wife is that the standing desk must be wide and this 37 inch desk seemed to be the only widest available at this price point. And not just the width of the monitor shelf but also the keyboard shelf had to be just as wide. She uses two monitors at work and her keyboard and mouse needs just as a wide space for her to be comfortable. The Stand Steady FlexPro Hero standing desk fit this criteria and I was willing purchase it for my wife given that I had no other choice to choose from. Once we received the FlexPro Hero at her work, it was mainly pre-assembled out of the box. Only thing that had to attached was the keyboard shelf and a tool was included for this. It took more time re-arranging her main desk in preparing for the space needed for the FlexPro Hero than assembling the FlexPro Hero itself - so it was easy to put together. Also we did notl need to unplug anything from her computer. Please note that because of the nature of any standing desk, you may need to provide extension cables for the monitor(s) and keyboard/mouse (if they are not wireless). My wife has been using the FlexPro Hero for almost a month now and she loves it! She feels very comfortable using it and has improved her workflow as well as her wellbeing. Since then, others in her office have been asking about it and she loves demonstrating the Stand Steady FlexPro Hero. Safe to say that my wife highly recommends this product.;;February 23, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;My Wife Loves this Product!;;Glendale

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Benjamin Lam - January 27, 2018
Short version I like it. It does everything I need it to ...
Short version I like it. It does everything I need it to do. Long version: I got this after realizing how my restlessness at work was killing my productivity. I found myself taking walks around the cubicle farm and going up and down the stairs to clear my mind and regain concentration. This happened after changing from a workplace that required me to walk around a factory floor a lot to a workplace that was sitting in front of a computer all day. Compound to that back pain from sitting too much, and you end up with a very unhappy and unproductive day. I bought this desk because I knew that I'd still want to sit occasionally. I also did not want a powered version (too expensive, not a whole lot of benefit). It'd also be usable in my cubicle which has it's own deskspace already that could not be retrofitted. I also liked that it used a scissor mechanism instead of a parallel bar linkage to raise and lower. The benefit of a scissor lift is that the desk moves up and down along the vertical axis, while parallel bar linkage mechanism force the desk to make an arc shape. This arc causes the desk to be closer to you when sitting than it is when you're standing. I'm also a fan of the locking mechanism on this desk. It uses a rack and pinion along the top surface to lock the desk in place. When the locking handle is pulled, a pin will allow the pinion to move along the rack, which means the desk can move up and down. When the handle is released, the pin locks the pinion in place, locking the desk in place. With this, the desk can be moved in discrete increments of about 1-2 inches. There is also an air spring that assists in lifting the desk and cushions lowering the desk. Assembly was a snap. First, I had to unpack the box and remove the protective padding. There's quite a lot of it, so I doubt there'd be any shipping damage. Next, I removed the strap holding the lifting mechanism in place. This caused the desk to rise a little because of the aforementioned air spring. This rise went away after the desk was loaded. Next, I screwed the keyboard tray in place, and attached the included cushioned pads to the bottom of the tray so that the tray does not bang against the desk. Only 3 out of the 4 screws were able to be screwed in all the way because of alignment issues. Also, the included screw driver was a flat head while the screws were phillips! Finally, I added some plastic inserts for the tablet/phone rest. Setting up the desk after this was also trivial. It is like setting up any desk, but care has to be made such that there is slack in the wires for vertical movement. The wires also have to be routed using included clips so that the wires don't get crushed when the desk is lowered. I've been using the desk for about a week. I keep it raised most of the time, because I sit during meetings. However, I do appreciate the option to lower the desk. The desk has proven itself to be sturdy, and I think it can hold more than the 35lbs limit. The desk has done well to address my concentration and back needs. Now I need to get an anti-fatigue mat for my feet, and I'll be set. My only gripe about the desk is the tablet/phone rest. In addition to putting my laptop and monitor on my desk, I also like to write on it, both on loose pieces of paper and on a notebook. In both cases, the tablet/phone rest gets in the way of my writing. I hope it is removed in future versions!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Cypherpunk - September 28, 2018
Okay for tall folks, but not great
I used to be an industrial engineer, and I constantly worked with ergonomics. This stand gets the height part, but there are lots of problems with it. I’ve used several brands over the years, and I’ve tested others. I also just bought a great unit that I used for a week that was just too short, a 36” Vivo desk stand. I would strongly recommend it for anyone 6 foot or shorter. At $40 less and better build quality, it’s a steal! My issues with this stand up converter: ½” particleboard construction. It’s so thin you can feel the keyboard platform flex when you put your hands on it. They bound the particleboard with a plastic edge along the outside, but this gives it sharp edges, where most other brands have smooth rounded edges that are far more comfortable. Weak hydraulic cylinder: my two monitors, laptop, and keyboard are well below the weight limit, but I have to pull up pretty hard (and be careful not to let the platform fall), when I want to change the height. It’s wobbly! When I type, the whole thing sways back and forth. I don’t think anything’s going anywhere, but it’s just enough to make me worry. The black finish is not durable, at all: I kept the desk on plastic or a large sheet of paper while I assembled it, and I still got 4 scratches in the finish! Rubber stops that help protect the frame and distribute the weight were not attached, so three of the four fell off as I pulled the stand out of the packaging. Luckily, I got a quick look (and was an engineer), so I was able to get them in place again, but if you aren’t so lucky, this could make the platform twist or warp while in the lowered position and shorten the life further. Finally, they give you a small convertible screwdriver that has flat and Philips heads. I appreciate the thought, but it came out of the box bent, and the driver fell out of the handle 3 or 4 times as I assembled the desk. In theory, no additional tools were required. In practice, it barely lasted long enough to get the job done. In the end, it’s tall enough, and none of these issues are deal breakers, but they also give me concerns about how long it will last. If you’re also tall, the Eureka Ergonomic Standing Desk reaches the same height, runs about $320, right now, and it feels like the VariDesk and Vivo units: solidly built and easy to raise and lower. Work didn’t want to spend that much... If you are six foot or less, I would strongly recommend the Vivo, followed by the FlexiSpot and Eureka stands. The FlexiSpot is similar in design to the Stand Steady, but it’s more solidly built, stable, and comfortable. The VariDesk is also a great option, but it has always been the priciest. The Stand Steady obviously is not at the top of my list, and I’m seriously considering returning it due to the numerous issues with mine. If I do, I’ll pony up the difference between this and the price of the Eureka.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Glendale - February 23, 2018
My Wife Loves this Product!
Usually I bypass Amazon products that has no reviews, but this standing desk was the only one that fulfills my wife's requirements. So this is my review of the Stand Ready FlexPro Hero standing desk based on my wife's feedback. The one major requirement for my wife is that the standing desk must be wide and this 37 inch desk seemed to be the only widest available at this price point. And not just the width of the monitor shelf but also the keyboard shelf had to be just as wide. She uses two monitors at work and her keyboard and mouse needs just as a wide space for her to be comfortable. The Stand Steady FlexPro Hero standing desk fit this criteria and I was willing purchase it for my wife given that I had no other choice to choose from. Once we received the FlexPro Hero at her work, it was mainly pre-assembled out of the box. Only thing that had to attached was the keyboard shelf and a tool was included for this. It took more time re-arranging her main desk in preparing for the space needed for the FlexPro Hero than assembling the FlexPro Hero itself - so it was easy to put together. Also we did notl need to unplug anything from her computer. Please note that because of the nature of any standing desk, you may need to provide extension cables for the monitor(s) and keyboard/mouse (if they are not wireless). My wife has been using the FlexPro Hero for almost a month now and she loves it! She feels very comfortable using it and has improved her workflow as well as her wellbeing. Since then, others in her office have been asking about it and she loves demonstrating the Stand Steady FlexPro Hero. Safe to say that my wife highly recommends this product.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Benjamin Lam - January 27, 2018
Short version I like it. It does everything I need it to ...
Short version I like it. It does everything I need it to do. Long version: I got this after realizing how my restlessness at work was killing my productivity. I found myself taking walks around the cubicle farm and going up and down the stairs to clear my mind and regain concentration. This happened after changing from a workplace that required me to walk around a factory floor a lot to a workplace that was sitting in front of a computer all day. Compound to that back pain from sitting too much, and you end up with a very unhappy and unproductive day. I bought this desk because I knew that I'd still want to sit occasionally. I also did not want a powered version (too expensive, not a whole lot of benefit). It'd also be usable in my cubicle which has it's own deskspace already that could not be retrofitted. I also liked that it used a scissor mechanism instead of a parallel bar linkage to raise and lower. The benefit of a scissor lift is that the desk moves up and down along the vertical axis, while parallel bar linkage mechanism force the desk to make an arc shape. This arc causes the desk to be closer to you when sitting than it is when you're standing. I'm also a fan of the locking mechanism on this desk. It uses a rack and pinion along the top surface to lock the desk in place. When the locking handle is pulled, a pin will allow the pinion to move along the rack, which means the desk can move up and down. When the handle is released, the pin locks the pinion in place, locking the desk in place. With this, the desk can be moved in discrete increments of about 1-2 inches. There is also an air spring that assists in lifting the desk and cushions lowering the desk. Assembly was a snap. First, I had to unpack the box and remove the protective padding. There's quite a lot of it, so I doubt there'd be any shipping damage. Next, I removed the strap holding the lifting mechanism in place. This caused the desk to rise a little because of the aforementioned air spring. This rise went away after the desk was loaded. Next, I screwed the keyboard tray in place, and attached the included cushioned pads to the bottom of the tray so that the tray does not bang against the desk. Only 3 out of the 4 screws were able to be screwed in all the way because of alignment issues. Also, the included screw driver was a flat head while the screws were phillips! Finally, I added some plastic inserts for the tablet/phone rest. Setting up the desk after this was also trivial. It is like setting up any desk, but care has to be made such that there is slack in the wires for vertical movement. The wires also have to be routed using included clips so that the wires don't get crushed when the desk is lowered. I've been using the desk for about a week. I keep it raised most of the time, because I sit during meetings. However, I do appreciate the option to lower the desk. The desk has proven itself to be sturdy, and I think it can hold more than the 35lbs limit. The desk has done well to address my concentration and back needs. Now I need to get an anti-fatigue mat for my feet, and I'll be set. My only gripe about the desk is the tablet/phone rest. In addition to putting my laptop and monitor on my desk, I also like to write on it, both on loose pieces of paper and on a notebook. In both cases, the tablet/phone rest gets in the way of my writing. I hope it is removed in future versions!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Cypherpunk - September 28, 2018
Okay for tall folks, but not great
I used to be an industrial engineer, and I constantly worked with ergonomics. This stand gets the height part, but there are lots of problems with it. I’ve used several brands over the years, and I’ve tested others. I also just bought a great unit that I used for a week that was just too short, a 36” Vivo desk stand. I would strongly recommend it for anyone 6 foot or shorter. At $40 less and better build quality, it’s a steal! My issues with this stand up converter: ½” particleboard construction. It’s so thin you can feel the keyboard platform flex when you put your hands on it. They bound the particleboard with a plastic edge along the outside, but this gives it sharp edges, where most other brands have smooth rounded edges that are far more comfortable. Weak hydraulic cylinder: my two monitors, laptop, and keyboard are well below the weight limit, but I have to pull up pretty hard (and be careful not to let the platform fall), when I want to change the height. It’s wobbly! When I type, the whole thing sways back and forth. I don’t think anything’s going anywhere, but it’s just enough to make me worry. The black finish is not durable, at all: I kept the desk on plastic or a large sheet of paper while I assembled it, and I still got 4 scratches in the finish! Rubber stops that help protect the frame and distribute the weight were not attached, so three of the four fell off as I pulled the stand out of the packaging. Luckily, I got a quick look (and was an engineer), so I was able to get them in place again, but if you aren’t so lucky, this could make the platform twist or warp while in the lowered position and shorten the life further. Finally, they give you a small convertible screwdriver that has flat and Philips heads. I appreciate the thought, but it came out of the box bent, and the driver fell out of the handle 3 or 4 times as I assembled the desk. In theory, no additional tools were required. In practice, it barely lasted long enough to get the job done. In the end, it’s tall enough, and none of these issues are deal breakers, but they also give me concerns about how long it will last. If you’re also tall, the Eureka Ergonomic Standing Desk reaches the same height, runs about $320, right now, and it feels like the VariDesk and Vivo units: solidly built and easy to raise and lower. Work didn’t want to spend that much... If you are six foot or less, I would strongly recommend the Vivo, followed by the FlexiSpot and Eureka stands. The FlexiSpot is similar in design to the Stand Steady, but it’s more solidly built, stable, and comfortable. The VariDesk is also a great option, but it has always been the priciest. The Stand Steady obviously is not at the top of my list, and I’m seriously considering returning it due to the numerous issues with mine. If I do, I’ll pony up the difference between this and the price of the Eureka.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Glendale - February 23, 2018
My Wife Loves this Product!
Usually I bypass Amazon products that has no reviews, but this standing desk was the only one that fulfills my wife's requirements. So this is my review of the Stand Ready FlexPro Hero standing desk based on my wife's feedback. The one major requirement for my wife is that the standing desk must be wide and this 37 inch desk seemed to be the only widest available at this price point. And not just the width of the monitor shelf but also the keyboard shelf had to be just as wide. She uses two monitors at work and her keyboard and mouse needs just as a wide space for her to be comfortable. The Stand Steady FlexPro Hero standing desk fit this criteria and I was willing purchase it for my wife given that I had no other choice to choose from. Once we received the FlexPro Hero at her work, it was mainly pre-assembled out of the box. Only thing that had to attached was the keyboard shelf and a tool was included for this. It took more time re-arranging her main desk in preparing for the space needed for the FlexPro Hero than assembling the FlexPro Hero itself - so it was easy to put together. Also we did notl need to unplug anything from her computer. Please note that because of the nature of any standing desk, you may need to provide extension cables for the monitor(s) and keyboard/mouse (if they are not wireless). My wife has been using the FlexPro Hero for almost a month now and she loves it! She feels very comfortable using it and has improved her workflow as well as her wellbeing. Since then, others in her office have been asking about it and she loves demonstrating the Stand Steady FlexPro Hero. Safe to say that my wife highly recommends this product.