Rated 4.3 out of 5�by 65
Rated 4 out of 5�by EQ desk is nice enough
The desk arrived in a very short time after ordering, and the delivery men even carried it upstairs! Assembly was a bit complicated because all of the pieces were not labeled, and the slide to one of the drawers was installed upside down so we had to remove the slides and screw them back in correctly. There was a large bubble on the surface of one of the panels, but it ended up being on the inside of the desk after assembly so it really is not very noticeable. The desk has a comfortable, adjustable keyboard holder. The desk looks nice assembled.
August 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by CyberNeuroSurgeon Great desk, could use better assembly instructions
Bought this desk for my 12 year old grandson. I liked the fact that it had the parts separated into the assembly steps matching the instructions. However, the diagrams could have done a better job showing the orientation of the pieces as assembled. I had to remove and re-install correctly 3 times. One fastener broke, but held its corresponding pin. My grandson says he feels like a king now that he has plenty of space for his 23 inch monitor and his Xbox One.
July 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by Dano65 Just what I was looking for
Great desk everything i needed!
July 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5�by sw863 Well worth the money
Wish I had not attached the back panel?it limits grip when trying to move the desk, uses up cable length, and restricts air flow to the CPU. (I found it very difficult to remove.) Wish I had attached some furniture glides (they come in rectangular strips) before I set it upright as it is heavy and doesn?t move well/at all on the carpet. Edges are very sharp--for the keyboard tray I have ordered a foam wrist support to try to mitigate this but don?t know what to do about the front edge of the desk. Found it easier to construct than I had anticipated?I?m a 73 year old female and I did it all by myself. One hard part was turning it upright by myself after joining the two parts?I don?t trust pressed wood when there is too much pressure put on it and had to devise some leverage to keep the weight off the legs. It would be nice if the instructions were at least shaded to show finished/unfinished surfaces. Also they need to update in instruction booklet to indicate that much of the hardware is now in packets labeled for each step (a marvelous idea) and not in the list of items to be accounted for before you start. One of back braces was too long and had to be sanded down about 1/4? to make the two units fit together without a gap. ( I saved the sawdust and mixed it with wood glue to fill in a chip on desktop corner--not perfect but barely noticeable when colored with a magic marker.) The desk is very good quality for the price?if the edges were rounded it would rival a much more expensive piece of furniture. Color is a little darker than I had expected.
July 7, 2015