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VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)

VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)

VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
VariDesk Pro Plus 36 by Vari – Height Adjustable Standing Desk Converter – Stand Up Desk Converter for Dual Monitors – (Black)
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Features

  • 2 SPACIOUS TIERS: Offers a large workspace with an upper tier (36” x 12.25”) for up to 2 monitors, a laptop, and a notebook and a lower tier for a standard keyboard, mouse, and a calculator or papers!
  • ERGONOMIC MOVEMENT: Our special rowing-lift raising mechanism with its up-and-back movement allows you to use the power from your lower half – leaving your back in a neutral state/healthy posture/straight and strong.
  • QUALITY: Built with a heavy, weighted base and high-quality materials so it remains sturdy and stable at any of its 11 height settings. The patented, spring-loaded lift was designed and tested for your safety and ease.
  • SIMPLE: This desk was created to pop out of the box and onto your work surface. You’ll be up and working more productively in no time.
  • TRUSTWORTHY: When you buy through Vari, you get our 30-day risk-free guarantee – which means you can be sure you’ll love your desk. And don’t forget our fantastic 5-year limited warranty!

Description

As the creator of the world’s leading sit-stand desk solution, Vari sets the standard in quality. We're proud to offer superior products that are designed in the United States and produced to meet the highest industry standards. The ProPlus 36 gives you the ability to rise up to 17.5” off your desk and select among 11 different height settings. Offers a large workspace with an upper tier (36” x 12.25” for up to 2 monitors, a laptop and a notebook as well as a lower tier for a standard keyboard and mouse. The spring-loaded boost mechanism and dual-handle design make it super easy to lift, lower, and adjust to any of the 11 height settings.


Manufacturer VARIDESK


Brand Name Vari


Item Weight 52.1 pounds


Product Dimensions 36 x 26.8 x 4.2 inches


Item model number 49900


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Shape Rectangle


Size 39.76 x 32.87 x 6.50


Manufacturer Part Number 49900


ASIN B00JI6NCCK


UNSPSC Code 56101700


Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 1,880 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,618 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #16 in Computer Workstations


Date First Available April 28, 2014


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Features

  • 2 SPACIOUS TIERS: Offers a large workspace with an upper tier (36” x 12.25”) for up to 2 monitors, a laptop, and a notebook and a lower tier for a standard keyboard, mouse, and a calculator or papers!
  • ERGONOMIC MOVEMENT: Our special rowing-lift raising mechanism with its up-and-back movement allows you to use the power from your lower half – leaving your back in a neutral state/healthy posture/straight and strong.
  • QUALITY: Built with a heavy, weighted base and high-quality materials so it remains sturdy and stable at any of its 11 height settings. The patented, spring-loaded lift was designed and tested for your safety and ease.
  • SIMPLE: This desk was created to pop out of the box and onto your work surface. You’ll be up and working more productively in no time.
  • TRUSTWORTHY: When you buy through Vari, you get our 30-day risk-free guarantee – which means you can be sure you’ll love your desk. And don’t forget our fantastic 5-year limited warranty!

Description

As the creator of the world’s leading sit-stand desk solution, Vari sets the standard in quality. We're proud to offer superior products that are designed in the United States and produced to meet the highest industry standards. The ProPlus 36 gives you the ability to rise up to 17.5” off your desk and select among 11 different height settings. Offers a large workspace with an upper tier (36” x 12.25” for up to 2 monitors, a laptop and a notebook as well as a lower tier for a standard keyboard and mouse. The spring-loaded boost mechanism and dual-handle design make it super easy to lift, lower, and adjust to any of the 11 height settings.


Manufacturer VARIDESK


Brand Name Vari


Item Weight 52.1 pounds


Product Dimensions 36 x 26.8 x 4.2 inches


Item model number 49900


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Shape Rectangle


Size 39.76 x 32.87 x 6.50


Manufacturer Part Number 49900


ASIN B00JI6NCCK


UNSPSC Code 56101700


Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 1,880 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,618 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #16 in Computer Workstations


Date First Available April 28, 2014


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

  • 2 SPACIOUS TIERS: Offers a large workspace with an upper tier (36” x 12.25”) for up to 2 monitors, a laptop, and a notebook and a lower tier for a standard keyboard, mouse, and a calculator or papers!
  • ERGONOMIC MOVEMENT: Our special rowing-lift raising mechanism with its up-and-back movement allows you to use the power from your lower half – leaving your back in a neutral state/healthy posture/straight and strong.
  • QUALITY: Built with a heavy, weighted base and high-quality materials so it remains sturdy and stable at any of its 11 height settings. The patented, spring-loaded lift was designed and tested for your safety and ease.
  • SIMPLE: This desk was created to pop out of the box and onto your work surface. You’ll be up and working more productively in no time.
  • TRUSTWORTHY: When you buy through Vari, you get our 30-day risk-free guarantee – which means you can be sure you’ll love your desk. And don’t forget our fantastic 5-year limited warranty!

Description

As the creator of the world’s leading sit-stand desk solution, Vari sets the standard in quality. We're proud to offer superior products that are designed in the United States and produced to meet the highest industry standards. The ProPlus 36 gives you the ability to rise up to 17.5” off your desk and select among 11 different height settings. Offers a large workspace with an upper tier (36” x 12.25” for up to 2 monitors, a laptop and a notebook as well as a lower tier for a standard keyboard and mouse. The spring-loaded boost mechanism and dual-handle design make it super easy to lift, lower, and adjust to any of the 11 height settings.


Manufacturer VARIDESK


Brand Name Vari


Item Weight 52.1 pounds


Product Dimensions 36 x 26.8 x 4.2 inches


Item model number 49900


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Shape Rectangle


Size 39.76 x 32.87 x 6.50


Manufacturer Part Number 49900


ASIN B00JI6NCCK


UNSPSC Code 56101700


Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 1,880 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,618 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #16 in Computer Workstations


Date First Available April 28, 2014


abunda_amazon_reviews I decided I wanted a stand up desk several months ago after reading a couple articles on the health benefits. I found some cardboard boxes around the office and propped my 2 monitors, laptop, and keyboard on a makeshift stand up desk. That worked great for a couple months! The first week was the hardest, but it quickly got easier. The biggest pain was the fact that it would be too much work to disassemble and reassemble it if I wanted to sit for a short amount of time. So I just stood all the time, which wasn't convenient. A couple weeks ago, my cardboard makeshift desk collapsed in on itself. Fortunately, there was no damage to anything, but that incident convinced me it was time for the real deal. I'd been standing long enough to know it wasn't just another one of my whims. We ordered this desk and it came a day earlier than anticipated. Setting it up was cake. There's no assembly. I got everything setup in 15 mins, and it was back to work. I love the desk. I'm 5'10" (1.78 meters), and this desk is the ideal height for me at it's highest setting, so I can understand why taller people have given the desk negative reviews. My review may not have been as good if I was a couple inches taller myself. For my height, it's perfect. I've posted a couple pictures so you can get an idea of what it looks like. The second picture I posted shows how the desk looks next to me, a 5 foot 10 inch guy. Some have said the desk is unstable. The monitors do shake a little when I pound away at the keyboard, and I'm detracting one star for that. I wouldn't call it "unstable" though since I don't see any chance of it falling or of anything falling off of it. It's only a minor inconvenience. I adapted quickly. It didn't bug me much considering my last desk was cardboard :) I do recommend this desk for people that are my height or shorter....and maybe an inch taller. Being able to easily switch being sitting and standing is a big plus! Standing for too long has it's risks as well (varicose veins).;;Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2014;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A stand up desk that stands out...;;John W.;;;I ordered this desk after reading some reviews and lured by its rating. The desk arrived quickly, and the packaging looks decent. However after opening the box, setting it up (was easy as no assembly required to give Varidesk credit) and using it for a few days, I noticed a list of things that very much bothered me. First, sure I can adjust height to different positions. Those positions are pre-set, fixed positions. I needed to try a couple of times to get it to the height close to where I want it to be. Every adjustment and locking came with the annoying click click noise. I have expected it to be reasonably quiet, but that is not the case. Second, when I set it at a specific location, it is not securely locked into that position. Rather the desk still can move down for about an inch when I applied a little force on the desk, like it is cushioning. Why is that? It literally changed the position you want it to set at, when you put on your monitors or other stuff on the desk surface. Third, the desk wobbles left or right beyond the reasonable tolerance (to me). So when I type, put on or take away something from the desk, it just responds to that motion. I was expecting a solid and stable positioning from the desk but it didn't seem to deliver. I am having trouble to securely push down the desk to its lowest position. The right side always pops up unless I press it down really hard. I didn't try Varidesk before, so can't tell whether this is a common issue or a defect. Once the desk lifts up to the full height, the keyboard tray sticks out quite a bit, and I have to stand back and give away some space. I feel the desk may tip if I lean on it. Sure I would not purposely do that, but in my view it has tipping risk. I hope such risk has been well assessed and validated. So, my conclusion is this desk is not meeting my expectations for a premium quality standing desk at almost $400 price range. I am going to return it and look for other solutions. I can only speak from my experience, but would not be surprised if others have similar experience. I would NOT recommend this desk to anyone who seriously considers a $300-$400 price range standing desk. There got to be better ones. Do your research and don't blindly go with number of reviews or ratings.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Disappointed. Performance simply can't justify its high price. Look somewhere else;;FitzroyGuy;;;Let me start by saying both products are amazing. What it boils down to is preference. The biggest difference is the Pro Plus 36 keyboard mouse deck is on a lower level which I prefer (see images). My husband prefers to be at the same level when he stands up. The Pro Plus 36 when fully extended is about one inch taller and comes out about 8 inches farther with the keyboard tray. We comfortably sit both desks on a 23.5” (D) desk with only about a ½ inch sitting over. I really enjoy the Pro Plus 36 but almost went with the Pro 36 because I thought I was going to have a lot less desk space. I end up being very wrong. At home I have my Surface Pro 3, my 29 inch monitor very comfortably on the desk (see images). I have plenty of room to put more items on the desk such as ipad, folders, paperwork, and can easily fit my Moleskin planner on the keyboard tray. I also have the Pro Plus 36 at work and fit two large monitors comfortably. My husband and I work on the computer 10+ hours a day and the desks have tremendously helped our backs and our energy levels. The desks are sturdy but I wouldn’t recommend any heavy leaning while the desks are extended.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Pro Plus 36 vs Pro 36;;Coastie30

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By John W. - Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2014
A stand up desk that stands out...
I decided I wanted a stand up desk several months ago after reading a couple articles on the health benefits. I found some cardboard boxes around the office and propped my 2 monitors, laptop, and keyboard on a makeshift stand up desk. That worked great for a couple months! The first week was the hardest, but it quickly got easier. The biggest pain was the fact that it would be too much work to disassemble and reassemble it if I wanted to sit for a short amount of time. So I just stood all the time, which wasn't convenient. A couple weeks ago, my cardboard makeshift desk collapsed in on itself. Fortunately, there was no damage to anything, but that incident convinced me it was time for the real deal. I'd been standing long enough to know it wasn't just another one of my whims. We ordered this desk and it came a day earlier than anticipated. Setting it up was cake. There's no assembly. I got everything setup in 15 mins, and it was back to work. I love the desk. I'm 5'10" (1.78 meters), and this desk is the ideal height for me at it's highest setting, so I can understand why taller people have given the desk negative reviews. My review may not have been as good if I was a couple inches taller myself. For my height, it's perfect. I've posted a couple pictures so you can get an idea of what it looks like. The second picture I posted shows how the desk looks next to me, a 5 foot 10 inch guy. Some have said the desk is unstable. The monitors do shake a little when I pound away at the keyboard, and I'm detracting one star for that. I wouldn't call it "unstable" though since I don't see any chance of it falling or of anything falling off of it. It's only a minor inconvenience. I adapted quickly. It didn't bug me much considering my last desk was cardboard :) I do recommend this desk for people that are my height or shorter....and maybe an inch taller. Being able to easily switch being sitting and standing is a big plus! Standing for too long has it's risks as well (varicose veins).

1.0 out of 5 stars
By FitzroyGuy - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2017
Disappointed. Performance simply can't justify its high price. Look somewhere else
I ordered this desk after reading some reviews and lured by its rating. The desk arrived quickly, and the packaging looks decent. However after opening the box, setting it up (was easy as no assembly required to give Varidesk credit) and using it for a few days, I noticed a list of things that very much bothered me. First, sure I can adjust height to different positions. Those positions are pre-set, fixed positions. I needed to try a couple of times to get it to the height close to where I want it to be. Every adjustment and locking came with the annoying click click noise. I have expected it to be reasonably quiet, but that is not the case. Second, when I set it at a specific location, it is not securely locked into that position. Rather the desk still can move down for about an inch when I applied a little force on the desk, like it is cushioning. Why is that? It literally changed the position you want it to set at, when you put on your monitors or other stuff on the desk surface. Third, the desk wobbles left or right beyond the reasonable tolerance (to me). So when I type, put on or take away something from the desk, it just responds to that motion. I was expecting a solid and stable positioning from the desk but it didn't seem to deliver. I am having trouble to securely push down the desk to its lowest position. The right side always pops up unless I press it down really hard. I didn't try Varidesk before, so can't tell whether this is a common issue or a defect. Once the desk lifts up to the full height, the keyboard tray sticks out quite a bit, and I have to stand back and give away some space. I feel the desk may tip if I lean on it. Sure I would not purposely do that, but in my view it has tipping risk. I hope such risk has been well assessed and validated. So, my conclusion is this desk is not meeting my expectations for a premium quality standing desk at almost $400 price range. I am going to return it and look for other solutions. I can only speak from my experience, but would not be surprised if others have similar experience. I would NOT recommend this desk to anyone who seriously considers a $300-$400 price range standing desk. There got to be better ones. Do your research and don't blindly go with number of reviews or ratings.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Coastie30 - Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2015
Pro Plus 36 vs Pro 36
Let me start by saying both products are amazing. What it boils down to is preference. The biggest difference is the Pro Plus 36 keyboard mouse deck is on a lower level which I prefer (see images). My husband prefers to be at the same level when he stands up. The Pro Plus 36 when fully extended is about one inch taller and comes out about 8 inches farther with the keyboard tray. We comfortably sit both desks on a 23.5” (D) desk with only about a ½ inch sitting over. I really enjoy the Pro Plus 36 but almost went with the Pro 36 because I thought I was going to have a lot less desk space. I end up being very wrong. At home I have my Surface Pro 3, my 29 inch monitor very comfortably on the desk (see images). I have plenty of room to put more items on the desk such as ipad, folders, paperwork, and can easily fit my Moleskin planner on the keyboard tray. I also have the Pro Plus 36 at work and fit two large monitors comfortably. My husband and I work on the computer 10+ hours a day and the desks have tremendously helped our backs and our energy levels. The desks are sturdy but I wouldn’t recommend any heavy leaning while the desks are extended.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By John W. - Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2014
A stand up desk that stands out...
I decided I wanted a stand up desk several months ago after reading a couple articles on the health benefits. I found some cardboard boxes around the office and propped my 2 monitors, laptop, and keyboard on a makeshift stand up desk. That worked great for a couple months! The first week was the hardest, but it quickly got easier. The biggest pain was the fact that it would be too much work to disassemble and reassemble it if I wanted to sit for a short amount of time. So I just stood all the time, which wasn't convenient. A couple weeks ago, my cardboard makeshift desk collapsed in on itself. Fortunately, there was no damage to anything, but that incident convinced me it was time for the real deal. I'd been standing long enough to know it wasn't just another one of my whims. We ordered this desk and it came a day earlier than anticipated. Setting it up was cake. There's no assembly. I got everything setup in 15 mins, and it was back to work. I love the desk. I'm 5'10" (1.78 meters), and this desk is the ideal height for me at it's highest setting, so I can understand why taller people have given the desk negative reviews. My review may not have been as good if I was a couple inches taller myself. For my height, it's perfect. I've posted a couple pictures so you can get an idea of what it looks like. The second picture I posted shows how the desk looks next to me, a 5 foot 10 inch guy. Some have said the desk is unstable. The monitors do shake a little when I pound away at the keyboard, and I'm detracting one star for that. I wouldn't call it "unstable" though since I don't see any chance of it falling or of anything falling off of it. It's only a minor inconvenience. I adapted quickly. It didn't bug me much considering my last desk was cardboard :) I do recommend this desk for people that are my height or shorter....and maybe an inch taller. Being able to easily switch being sitting and standing is a big plus! Standing for too long has it's risks as well (varicose veins).

1.0 out of 5 stars
By FitzroyGuy - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2017
Disappointed. Performance simply can't justify its high price. Look somewhere else
I ordered this desk after reading some reviews and lured by its rating. The desk arrived quickly, and the packaging looks decent. However after opening the box, setting it up (was easy as no assembly required to give Varidesk credit) and using it for a few days, I noticed a list of things that very much bothered me. First, sure I can adjust height to different positions. Those positions are pre-set, fixed positions. I needed to try a couple of times to get it to the height close to where I want it to be. Every adjustment and locking came with the annoying click click noise. I have expected it to be reasonably quiet, but that is not the case. Second, when I set it at a specific location, it is not securely locked into that position. Rather the desk still can move down for about an inch when I applied a little force on the desk, like it is cushioning. Why is that? It literally changed the position you want it to set at, when you put on your monitors or other stuff on the desk surface. Third, the desk wobbles left or right beyond the reasonable tolerance (to me). So when I type, put on or take away something from the desk, it just responds to that motion. I was expecting a solid and stable positioning from the desk but it didn't seem to deliver. I am having trouble to securely push down the desk to its lowest position. The right side always pops up unless I press it down really hard. I didn't try Varidesk before, so can't tell whether this is a common issue or a defect. Once the desk lifts up to the full height, the keyboard tray sticks out quite a bit, and I have to stand back and give away some space. I feel the desk may tip if I lean on it. Sure I would not purposely do that, but in my view it has tipping risk. I hope such risk has been well assessed and validated. So, my conclusion is this desk is not meeting my expectations for a premium quality standing desk at almost $400 price range. I am going to return it and look for other solutions. I can only speak from my experience, but would not be surprised if others have similar experience. I would NOT recommend this desk to anyone who seriously considers a $300-$400 price range standing desk. There got to be better ones. Do your research and don't blindly go with number of reviews or ratings.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Coastie30 - Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2015
Pro Plus 36 vs Pro 36
Let me start by saying both products are amazing. What it boils down to is preference. The biggest difference is the Pro Plus 36 keyboard mouse deck is on a lower level which I prefer (see images). My husband prefers to be at the same level when he stands up. The Pro Plus 36 when fully extended is about one inch taller and comes out about 8 inches farther with the keyboard tray. We comfortably sit both desks on a 23.5” (D) desk with only about a ½ inch sitting over. I really enjoy the Pro Plus 36 but almost went with the Pro 36 because I thought I was going to have a lot less desk space. I end up being very wrong. At home I have my Surface Pro 3, my 29 inch monitor very comfortably on the desk (see images). I have plenty of room to put more items on the desk such as ipad, folders, paperwork, and can easily fit my Moleskin planner on the keyboard tray. I also have the Pro Plus 36 at work and fit two large monitors comfortably. My husband and I work on the computer 10+ hours a day and the desks have tremendously helped our backs and our energy levels. The desks are sturdy but I wouldn’t recommend any heavy leaning while the desks are extended.