VARIDESK – Height-Adjustable Standing Desk – Pro Plus 36 – Black

January 6, 2018 - Comment

Varidesk Testimonies 1)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

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Varidesk Testimonies

1)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.

 

2)I literally ordered this from my hospital bed after having surgery to repair a damaged disk from sitting too much. I was a bit concerned that it wouldn’t lift high enough because I’m a tall person (6’2″) but that hadn’t been the case. After 2 days of working standing up I’m very, very happy with my purchase. The Varidesk is easy to move up/down and the max height is perfect for me.

 

3) Sturdy desk that operates easily and smoothly. No assembly required, which is a major plus. Very easy to operate with the squeeze of a couple handles. Fits one 27″ and one 23″ monitor. There is plenty of room for a full-sized keyboard, and mouse. Plus, there’s lots of space left for a coffee mug, pen holder, and even an 8.5×11″ paper of paper. The desk does not shake when I type.Comes with a rubber drink coaster and ten Velcro cables ties (2 large, four medium, three small). Great desk that I can highly recommend.This is the stand-up desk to get!

 

 

VARIDESK will Change the Way You Work! This height-adjustable sit-stand desk sits on top of your existing desk and allows you to work comfortably from either a sitting or standing position. The Pro Plus 36 is sized to accommodate those with multiple-monitor setups or larger workspace needs. The two-tiered design with separate keyboard/mouse deck gives you plenty of room for basics and accessories with the added convenience of never having to move any components when raising or lowering your VARIDESK. Like all VARIDESK models, the Pro Plus 36 features our patented, spring-assisted lift mechanism that allows you to raise and lower it almost effortlessly in just seconds. It can hold up to 35 lbs. (15.88 kgs.) with ease and stays sturdy and stable even at its fully extended height. It comes fully assembled and ready to use – just place it on top of your desk and you’re ready to work! Improve your health, energy and productivity with VARIDESK!

Comments

John W. says:

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″…

Coastie30 says:

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…

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