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Ergotron WorkFit-D, Sit-Stand Desk (Walnut Surface)
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Ergotron WorkFit-D, Sit-Stand Desk (Walnut Surface)

Item # 378317 OfficeMax # 23917889
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Adjustable standing desk moves from a sitting position to a standing position to encourage healthy movement throughout your day. Integrated brake secures the table in place and releases easily for quick height adjustments. Four leveling glides establish a firm footing and adjust for use on uneven floors. 65 lb. weight capacity holds multiple displays, keyboards, books and more. Desk is designed and tested to ANSI/BIFMA X5.5-2008 standards.

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Item # 378317 
Manufacturer # PZ7011  
Height Adjustment 30.60" to 50.60" of Desk
height 50.6"
Certifications & Standards ANSI/BIFMA X5.5-2008
Features Leveling Glide; Adjustable Height; Durable
Product Line WorkFit-D
assembly required yes
package contents Height-Adjustable Lift System; Worksurface; Fasteners; Brake Cable Clip/Ties; Installation and Adjustment Instructions
Product Name WorkFit-D, Sit-Stand Desk (Walnut Surface)
base included Yes
Table Top Width 47.60"
Table Top Depth 23.50"
manufacturer Ergotron, Inc
Application/Usage Office
brand name Ergotron
Maximum Load Capacity 65 lb
Table Top Shape Rectangle
material Wood Grain; Metal Glide; Steel Base
Product Type Computer Desk
color Walnut Top; Black
warranty length 5-year limited

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Rated 3.3 out of 5�by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5�by Great for standing, not good sitting I'm 6'3" and I like the fact that this desk adjusts to a height tall enough for me when standing. However, as another reviewer pointed out, it's about 2-3 inches too high when sitting. I have my chair (Realspace pro 9000 mesh chair, also from office depot) at the highest position and find the angle for typing a bit uncomfortable. Maybe a keyboard tray mounted under the desk would help... never had one of those I actually liked though. October 20, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5�by Beware the height!! This is a wonderful piece of equipment if you pay very close attention to the fact that the minimum height is far too high to type comfortably or, despite its name, ergonomically, even with one's chair cranked to its top position and a booster seat. The stand-up mechanism is easy to work and easy to position comfortably, but typing seated can cause a great deal of wrist pain due to the height and rather sharp edge. October 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5�by It's exciting It's exciting to have the option to sit down and work or stand up to work with such an easy way to adjust between the two. I've worked at a sit down job most of my 30 year career and see the side effects too. There was one glitch in assembly but a suggestion to get around the problem was given during a phone call. It operates smoothly and easily and I hope the desk gives me years of good service. June 16, 2013
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