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*Price Drop* Halter ED-600 Preassembled Height Adjustable Desk Sit / Stand Elevating Desktop - Black / Cherry / White $169.99 FS Amazon

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*Price Drop* Halter ED-600 Preassembled Height Adjustable Desk Sit / Stand Elevating Desktop - Black / Cherry / White $169.99 FS Amazon

Cherry: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LZ526J4
Black: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LMBGTWI
White: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L2N56UM



The Halter ED-600 Elevating Desktop was designed to assist those who are challenged with back, neck, posture, and circulation problems. It provides multiple height desktop work levels to maximize comfort, introduce work height variations, optimize posture / natural blood circulation, and reduce eye strain.

Standing = Healthy
Five or more hours of sedentary sitting, is the health equivalent of smoking a pack and a quarter of cigarettes!

Recent Studies
Studies have shown that our bodies can benefit from simply standing up, contracting muscles, and moving. Think of standing as pushing a reset button on your body. If you press the reset button before the timer hits 20 minutes, you'll avoid any of the negative side effects of a sedentary job.

Universal Size
Fits most desks in any office or cube

Features:

- Just place the desk on top of a table / desk / etc. and you're all set!
- Switches from sitting to standing position in seconds. Just simultaneously squeeze the handles on each side. Apply pressure up or down to raise or lower the desktop. Once you find your desired height, just release the handles and your desktop will lock into position.
- With high quality construction, movements up and down are extremely smooth!
- Enjoy the freedom of sitting or standing while you work!
- Sturdy even when at standing height!
- Gas Spring Technology | Patent Pending

Technical Specifications:

Desktop length: 905mm (35.6 inches)
Desktop width: 517mm (20.4 inches)
Keyboard desktop length: 905mm (35.6 inches)
Keyboard desktop width: 430mm (16.9 inches)
Desktop adjustment: 410mm (16.14 inches) (Max height)
Desktop weight: 21.44kg (47.3 lbs)
Desktop maximum load: 20kg (44.1 lbs)
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Got this on sale in the summer time for $149. Ordering another one to take to work. Thanks OP.
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Got this on sale in the summer time for $149. Ordering another one to take to work. Thanks OP.
how easy is it to bring up/down?
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how easy is it to bring up/down?
All of these type stand up desks have little hydraulic arms, so they naturally raise up when you take the handles into the 'out' position. Need to put some minor force to push them down. Obviously the more weight on the desk, the more it will dampen the upward push strength.

And usually have between 4-8 different positions you can place the desk at, for those at different heights.
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Fakespot grade is C
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Does anyone that have this can chime in and give opinion?
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I have one at my office desk and like it, though it is not equivalent to a $400 varidesk. You have to put some effort into raising it, but it is doable. I have a 24" and a 19" monitor on it and it fits fine with some room to spare. The mouse area is small, so I ended up reinforcing a mousepad with some cardboard and using double sided tape to stick it to the mouse area. Overall would buy it again at this price if I needed another.
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I just returned the 258 model of this, think the only real difference is the area for the keyboard. Raising takes some effort depending on the weight you have on it, doesn't feel like lift is assisted but lowering has the shocks so is a little better. If you are 6' tall or over don't buy this, it's doesn't get tall enough to be ergonomic.
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I have one at my office desk and like it, though it is not equivalent to a $400 varidesk. You have to put some effort into raising it, but it is doable. I have a 24" and a 19" monitor on it and it fits fine with some room to spare. The mouse area is small, so I ended up reinforcing a mousepad with some cardboard and using double sided tape to stick it to the mouse area. Overall would buy it again at this price if I needed another.
I have a varidesk at work n i have to put some effort on raising it, wonder how much effort this needs? I have some back problems.
I want this for home
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how easy is it to bring up/down?
I have two 23" monitors and just have to put a little effort to initially raise it from the lowest point. But once it is adjusted beyond the lowest point it gets very easy. When lowering it just be careful since you have to balance the weight of the monitors a bit so it doesn't go below your desired position. Overall I think for the price it's not bad at all.
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