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Electric Stand up Desk Frame - FEZIBO Dual Motor and Cable Management Rack Height Adjustable Sit Stand Standing Desk Base Workstation, White (Frame Only)

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What do you look for in a standing desk or frame? Other than dual motor I guess?
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What do you look for in a standing desk or frame? Other than dual motor I guess?
Weight limit, minimum and maximum height and structural soundness of the frame. it will have some wobble at standing height. But, check how much in reviews
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Good deal. I think this is cheaper than prime day.
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Bought for the same price on prime day

Bought a black frame
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Bought for the same price on prime day

Bought a black frame
can you give insight on the tabletop you went with?
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Bought for the same price on prime day

Bought a black frame
Good insight, I missed this on Prime day. I'm building a new desk and I saw the black color was back ordered till the end of November. The White was instock with the coupon.
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can you give insight on the tabletop you went with?
I'm lucky to live near an Ikea. I've built a Jarvis desk with the Gerton [ikea.com]tabletop. This time around I bought this frame and plan to use the Hilver [ikea.com]tabletop. If your not near an Ikea, I recommend something you like that is at least 1in thick. You can't go wrong with a butcher block that you can paint or polyurethane.
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I'm lucky to live near an Ikea. I've built a Jarvis desk with the Gerton [ikea.com]tabletop. This time around I bought this frame and plan to use the Hilver [ikea.com]tabletop. If your not near an Ikea, I recommend something you like that is at least 1in thick. You can't go wrong with a butcher block that you can paint or polyurethane.
hmm the Gerton is 61x30 which is ideal for me. They have predrilled holes already?
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hmm the Gerton is 61x30 which is ideal for me. They have predrilled holes already?
They only have pre-drill holes for the IKEA legs/frame. When I built it with the Jarvis desk I used the original wood screws the frame came with and a drill without pre-drilling the holes. I'm not too sure what the FEZIBO frame comes with... worst case just need to buy some wood screws from the hardware store. Just make sure they are not too long to go out the other side of your tabletop.
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I'm lucky to live near an Ikea. I've built a Jarvis desk with the Gerton [ikea.com]tabletop. This time around I bought this frame and plan to use the Hilver [ikea.com]tabletop. If your not near an Ikea, I recommend something you like that is at least 1in thick. You can't go wrong with a butcher block that you can paint or polyurethane.
Have you tried the Hilver yet? I considered it. But one I saw in store wasn't flat, more bowed in the bottom. Maybe it could be forced to flat once installed, but being fairly hollow feeling, I didn't want to risk it.

Did you end up cutting the Gerton to size? I would have to for my dimensions, but I wasn't sure how it would hold up.
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Weight limit, minimum and maximum height and structural soundness of the frame. it will have some wobble at standing height. But, check how much in reviews
+1. Pay particular attention to the minimum height, and account for the width of the tabletop on top of the frame. This frame goes down to 27.6", which will then be about 29" minimum once you add the top. 29" may be uncomfortably high for short people.
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Pay 60 more for UNICOO. DUAL motor desk. 264 lb loading capacity, much better ranges width support and height

UNICOO - Electric Stand Up Desk Frame with Dual Motor, 3 Stage Up Lifting Legs, Rise UP Electric Adjustable Height and Width Standing Desk Frame with 4 Memory Keypad (Frame - White) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08436XRYP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_C2zMFbWW8DMGZ


Customer support is great too. They handle shipping , not Amazon. If you ever need replacement parts, they will send it to you (after proper evidence of any issue, and order number)
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Have you tried the Hilver yet? I considered it. But one I saw in store wasn't flat, more bowed in the bottom. Maybe it could be forced to flat once installed, but being fairly hollow feeling, I didn't want to risk it.

Did you end up cutting the Gerton to size? I would have to for my dimensions, but I wasn't sure how it would hold up.
Not yet, I picked up the last Hilver they had in the store last night and the desk frame should be delivered by Amazon next week. The Gerton I left as is and put a stain and polyurethane coat on it.
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I tried Gerton on this dual motor. It is nice for sure, but darn that table top is heavy.
I do need to drill and use my own wood screw.

I considered Hilver, but it is thinner than I like. For $21 more, I went with the thick and heavy!
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