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Monoprice Workstream Dual Motor Easy Fold-Out Assembly Sit-Stand Desk Frame

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Monoprice.com has Monoprice Workstream Dual Motor Easy Fold-Out Assembly Sit-Stand Desk Frame on sale for $339.97. Shipping is free.

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About this Product:
  • Quiet electric motors do the heavy lifting so you can easily change your desk height
  • Two user programmable height presets
  • The desk frame expands to use a wide range of desktops
  • 1.2 inches/second height adjustment speed
  • 25.2" minimum height to 50.8" maximum height

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This is the upgraded two motor one with the higher weight capacity (265 lbs vs 176 lbs for the other dual motor). Has a 5-year warranty instead of 1 year for the other dual motor. Also, this is supposedly easier to assemble.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=36078

Also available (not as good as last FP deal, but still not bad if you missed it like I did):

3-Leg: $359.97 https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=34827
Single Motor: $199.97 https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=31290
Single Motor Angled: $237.97 https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=36077
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If it breaks, they're going to try to get you to ship it back at your cost. You also don't have any sort of warranty.
So, if it breaks, you're out an entire desk. Factor that into your cost equation. I'd say double the cost of this, because that would factor in it breaking within a few years and being entirely out of pocket.

If your Jarvis desk breaks, it has a warranty for 10 years. So, it really doesn't make sense to buy the Monoprice one if you care about longevity. Buy a quality one with a warranty. Hell, buy one from IKEA over this thing.
I have used and loved Monoprice for a very long time but cannot recommend their sit/stand desks nor their respective support.

In a nutshell I have their other dual-motor desk and one of the legs started raising disproportionately from the other side. Sure the thing is 3 years old, but has had very light use (raised/lowered less than 100 times because I've been lazy) and nothing on it even comes close to the weight limit. I tried all the standard troubleshooting and resetting techniques. When I tried to contact support, they straight up told me I had to buy a new desk. I asked if they could sell spare parts because these desks are very modular. Nope, buy a new desk at full price. I asked for the manufacturer and part number so I could try and source my own replacement part. Nope, they are the manufacture but refuse to sell just parts. Overall, it doesn't make sense to buy an expensive desk that they won't support.

In addition, I left a review saying as much and they appear to have removed my review. I have seen other reviews complaining about the same thing but am not sure if they got removed by now or not. Overall, a very dissatisfactory experience from a company I have used and loved for years.
Butcher block from your local home improvement store is going to be your best bet.
If you are handy and want to make one yourself, I laminated 2 pine boards and added some edge trim to make my own. https://imgur.com/a/JHu9VMZ

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I am debating between this and the Jarvis frame. It would be about $120 more for the equivalent Jarvis. Don't mind spending it if it's worth it, but don't want to waste money either. Would appreciate feedback from anyone who has experience with either. Thanks!
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where do you get the desktop from ?
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Is this one going to be that much better than their other dual motor frame?

Their other one was just for $229 I believe. So $100 better?
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If it breaks, they're going to try to get you to ship it back at your cost. You also don't have any sort of warranty.
So, if it breaks, you're out an entire desk. Factor that into your cost equation. I'd say double the cost of this, because that would factor in it breaking within a few years and being entirely out of pocket.

If your Jarvis desk breaks, it has a warranty for 10 years. So, it really doesn't make sense to buy the Monoprice one if you care about longevity. Buy a quality one with a warranty. Hell, buy one from IKEA over this thing.
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Any recommendations for solid wood?
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
If it breaks, they're going to try to get you to ship it back at your cost. You also don't have any sort of warranty.
So, if it breaks, you're out an entire desk. Factor that into your cost equation. I'd say double the cost of this, because that would factor in it breaking within a few years and being entirely out of pocket.

If your Jarvis desk breaks, it has a warranty for 10 years. So, it really doesn't make sense to buy the Monoprice one if you care about longevity. Buy a quality one with a warranty. Hell, buy one from IKEA over this thing.
They have 5 year warranty, although from the reviews you do have to pay to ship it back.
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Spec and price wise, this one seems to be a better option:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...KN22&psc=1
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I am debating between this and the Jarvis frame. It would be about $120 more for the equivalent Jarvis. Don't mind spending it if it's worth it, but don't want to waste money either. Would appreciate feedback from anyone who has experience with either. Thanks!
Same here - looks like this deal is only for the legs, which means we need to get a desk top and Ikea is sold out on the Linnmon.
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Disregard I posted on wrong thread and can't delete my comment on phone lol
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Any recommendations for solid wood?
Butcher block from your local home improvement store is going to be your best bet.
If you are handy and want to make one yourself, I laminated 2 pine boards and added some edge trim to make my own. https://imgur.com/a/JHu9VMZ
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Quote from ThatCoolDude :
Butcher block from your local home improvement store is going to be your best bet.
If you are handy and want to make one yourself, I laminated 2 pine boards and added some edge trim to make my own. https://imgur.com/a/JHu9VMZ
I am not that handy but your desk looks awesome!
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where do you get the desktop from ?
Ikea https://www.ikea.com/us/en/cat/table-tops-11844/
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I am debating between this and the Jarvis frame. It would be about $120 more for the equivalent Jarvis. Don't mind spending it if it's worth it, but don't want to waste money either. Would appreciate feedback from anyone who has experience with either. Thanks!
Pay attention on the size extension. I had to cancel my order because this one is way shorter than Vivo or the Jarvis one.
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