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Ainfox 47" Electric Single Motor Height Adjustable Sit to Stand Desk EXPIRED

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Ainfox has Ainfox 47" Electric Single Motor Height Adjustable Sit to Stand Desk w/ Keyboard Tray (JP-LA008BK) for $279.99 - $137.19 when you apply promo code BVEZBP at checkout = $142.80. Shipping is free.

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  • Material: MDF board
  • Gross Weight: 70.55Lbs
  • Net Weight: 63.93Lbs
  • Desktop Dimensions: 47.24"L x 23.62"W x 0.79"H
  • Length Adjustment Range: 39.37"L - 59.06"W
  • Height Adjustable Range: 25.59" - 45.28"H
  • Max Weight Capacity: 154Lbs
  • Package Size: 24.61"L x 16.93"W x 5.51"H

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Ainfox [ainfox.com] has their Ainfox 47inch Electric Single Motor Sit to Stand Desk for $142.80 + Free Shipping w/ code BVEZBP

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Material: MDF board
Gross Weight: 70.55Lbs
Net Weight: 63.93Lbs
Desktop Dimensions: 47.24"L x 23.62"W x 0.79"H
Length Adjustment Range: 39.37"L - 59.06"W
Height Adjustable Range: 25.59" - 45.28"H
Max Weight Capacity: 154Lbs
Package Size: 24.61"L x 16.93"W x 5.51"H
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the husky is not designed as a desk rather an island in the kitchen, I say that because you get no leg room to slide to due to the cross bar at the base.
I got mine from costco as well. Bestar Adjustable Desk [costco.com]
What you look for in a desk is depth. 24" inches is too short to put anything on it. You don't want to sit too close to your monitor. I also added a fully adjustable hydraulic North Bayou Dual monitor stand [amazon.com] to the desk holding two 27" monitors. When you look for an adjustable vesa stand, you have to look at size and the weight the stand can hold. Otherwise your monitors will not hold in place if you put too heavy of a monitor on it. I still have plenty of room to put 1 desktop and two laptops on it.
I'd still rather have the Husky from Home Depot. Solid wood top and heavy-duty legs with a bottom brace (that can be moved to the rear). It's manual, but you can grab a cheap power drill and use it as your motor.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../312063227

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Is this brand any good?
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Same question. Looking for my first adjustable desk. Is single vs dual motor such a big deal? Is this good for 2 big monitors? (27" and 34" ultrawide)
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I got the one from Costco when it was on sale. 1 motor is perfectly fine. I have a glass top and wouldn't get anything but glass.
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I got the one from Costco when it was on sale. 1 motor is perfectly fine. I have a glass top and wouldn't get anything but glass.
Would you mind linking back to that deal? I searched for a bit and couldn't find the desk that you're referencing. I don't need for it to be a fantastic deal on price, just looking for a decent desk from a place with a reputable warranty policy. Supposedly these motors can die pretty quickly.
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I'd still rather have the Husky from Home Depot. Solid wood top and heavy-duty legs with a bottom brace (that can be moved to the rear). It's manual, but you can grab a cheap power drill and use it as your motor.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../312063227
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Would you mind linking back to that deal? I searched for a bit and couldn't find the desk that you're referencing. I don't need for it to be a fantastic deal on price, just looking for a decent desk from a place with a reputable warranty policy. Supposedly these motors can die pretty quickly.
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Same question. Looking for my first adjustable desk. Is single vs dual motor such a big deal? Is this good for 2 big monitors? (27" and 34" ultrawide)
I got mine from costco as well. Bestar Adjustable Desk [costco.com]
What you look for in a desk is depth. 24" inches is too short to put anything on it. You don't want to sit too close to your monitor. I also added a fully adjustable hydraulic North Bayou Dual monitor stand [amazon.com] to the desk holding two 27" monitors. When you look for an adjustable vesa stand, you have to look at size and the weight the stand can hold. Otherwise your monitors will not hold in place if you put too heavy of a monitor on it. I still have plenty of room to put 1 desktop and two laptops on it.
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Quote from digitalneptune :
I'd still rather have the Husky from Home Depot. Solid wood top and heavy-duty legs with a bottom brace (that can be moved to the rear). It's manual, but you can grab a cheap power drill and use it as your motor.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky...3227I%27ve had that for over a year now. rock solid.
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Quote from stxl :
I got mine from costco as well. Bestar Adjustable Desk [costco.com]
What you look for in a desk is depth. 24" inches is too short to put anything on it. You don't want to sit too close to your monitor. I also added a fully adjustable hydraulic North Bayou Dual monitor stand [amazon.com] to the desk holding two 27" monitors. When you look for an adjustable vesa stand, you have to look at size and the weight the stand can hold. Otherwise your monitors will not hold in place if you put too heavy of a monitor on it. I still have plenty of room to put 1 desktop and two laptops on it.
Both my standing desks are 30" deep and that little extra depth makes a difference so would agree. The other thing to be aware of is max height I'm 6'6" and need the desktop to be ~53" for maximum comfort and eliminating lean while standing and typing. Note that is just for the keyboard height I also need extra tall monitor arms/poles to get the screens to the right height.
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Is this good ?
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Coupon worked 👍
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Check their retail store in CA.

1800E Walnut Ave, Fullerton, California

It looks like a warehouse. No review on Google
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I'm waiting for dual motor deal. They have one at least once a year.
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Not to thread crap, but this thing looks tiny. Sure, it's cheap but you'll barely fit a normal size laptop and monitor on this thing.
I know is more work and more money, but I bought a solid wood countertop 30'x60' and a dual motor, 3 stage frame from Amazon
Whole thing came little over $270 but it's a rock solid desk
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