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Monoprice Workstream Sit/Stand Desk Frame w/ Dual Motor Height Adjustment EXPIRED

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  • Professional‑grade ergonomic desk with a robust frame
  • Two fast, quiet, and powerful motors can lift up to 176 lbs.
  • 3‑stage legs allow for greater height adjustment range than desks with 2‑stage legs
  • Programmable touchscreen controller with 3 user presets
  • Adjustable desk width works with desktops 43" ~ 87" wide
  • High‑quality, powder‑coated steel construction

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Workstream by Monoprice [monoprice.com] Sit-Stand Dual-Motor Height Adjustable Table Desk Frame, Electric (White) (21590) $199.99
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  • Professional‑grade ergonomic desk with a robust frame
  • Two fast, quiet, and powerful motors can lift up to 176 lbs.
  • 3‑stage legs allow for greater height adjustment range than desks with 2‑stage legs
  • Programmable touchscreen controller with 3 user presets
  • Adjustable desk width works with desktops 43" ~ 87" wide
  • High‑quality, powder‑coated steel construction
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Sure buddy no issues.
Even after one year my table top looked like it just came in.
You can watch a few YouTube videos if you want to see how to execute.
I used my garage, you should use some open area like a garage, but make sure it's not very dusty.
I borrowed saw horse from my friend, otherwise you can get two saw horses the foldable one from HD or Lowes.
Now, first step.
Use 150 grid sand paper to sand.
The butcher block comes one side with few imperfections and one side smooth. Use the sand paper to sand both sides to remove any small scratches, dents and other imperfections. I did good amount of sanding to make it really smooth. Though the butcher block comes in very good condition.
Note: as soon as you remove the packaging make sure to start working on it like staining and sealing within 48 hours. Because it comes sealed and if just keep it outside, then the wood will absorb all the surrounding moisture and may wraps.
1. Apply pre-stain wood conditioner. This may seems optional but, it's really help stain to spread and stick to the wood evenly.
I used this from Lowes you can go to Lowes and HD doesn't really matter and can pick any brand.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Minwax-8.../999913771

2. Then, you can use stain color based on how dark, or light or natural wood color you want.
I used the below oil based stain.
But, I guess I select walnut color.
You can use brush, but I use the old rag clothes.
Basically you can use any cloth old cotton tees usually perfect which are lint free.
Also you just apply two to three coats.
Allow three to four hours to dry between the coats.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Minwax-W.../999914241
3. Then, finally seal the butcher block that's very, very important.
Since I went with a bit of a shiny and glossy look I used semi-gloss polyurethane.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Minwax-3.../999913667

You don't have to get a gallon size, just small size cans are enough.
I applied three coats of polyurethane.
I used fast dry so I don't have to wait long before applying the next coat.
Finally I kept it in the garage for 24 hours so that all the oil based stain and polyurethane smell will go away.


All the products are for your reference you can use any brand from HD and Lowe's
I used Minwax brand

Hope this helps.
Why does it matter if the desk is heavy? Are you carrying it on your back on the daily?
I got this in $250 or don't remember correctly a year back. After doing through research and shop around at Ikea, Nebraska Furniture and online.
At the same time I ordered Acacia 60"x30" butcher block from Lowes.
I spend two days for preparing butcher block by staining, sealing and finally used semi-gloss poly and it turned perfect, then assemble this desk with top butcher block.
Since that day onwards, I have received so many compliments and requests from family and friends to make one of them. Total cost $250+$165+$30 = $450 I have perfect size sit-stand workstation which I have been using day in day out. I usually adjust two to three times a day typically. The dual motor is very smooth and very silent. Set up with three different memory at different hights.
For this price its a steal.
Because I have seen the size and daul motor sit-stand desk cost anywhere from $800-$1200 which I have currently now.

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I have this for mY wfh setup and love it. It's super smooth compared to the more expensive ones we have in the office. Put a simple butcher block top on it and you'll have a really nice set up.
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I'm also using this for my wfh setup, I paired it with one of these "desktops" [lowes.com] from lowes on the semi cheap.
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I have a desk stand that looks almost exactly like this and I love it. I stand most of the day but sometimes need/want to sit. I grabbed a 24"x48" 'open box' desktop for $15 from Menards. Personally I would prefer something closer to 24x60 but I make due with this.
edit to add that I paid $200 for mine about 3 years ago, so price-wise this is pretty reasonable
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Bought this for $180 at the start of WFH and have been very happy with it. Quiet motors and pretty stable at standing height. The minimum height is lower than comparable desks in this price range which was important to me. I only wish there were 4 height memory settings instead of 3.

Side note does anyone know of any wheels that work with this frame?
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Bought this exact desk from target. I added a cheap Ikea tabletop to it and it works great moving up and down everyday. My only complaint is the desk is really heavy.
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Quote from pfujitsu :
Bought this exact desk from target. I added a cheap Ikea tabletop to it and it works great moving up and down everyday. My only complaint is the desk is really heavy.
How much did you pay for your desk and do you think it's worth it at the price?
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Quote from yugioh2 :
How much did you pay for your desk and do you think it's worth it at the price?
$209.99 + $34.99 well spent for quality build and sturdiness.
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Bought this for $180 at the start of WFH and have been very happy with it. Quiet motors and pretty stable at standing height. The minimum height is lower than comparable desks in this price range which was important to me. I only wish there were 4 height memory settings instead of 3.

Side note does anyone know of any wheels that work with this frame?
Ditto. I bought this for my wife and got a butcher block countertop from Home Depot. It rocks
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Ditto. I bought this for my wife and got a butcher block countertop from Home Depot. It rocks
Did you have to stain the wood yourself?
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Quote from pfujitsu :
Bought this exact desk from target. I added a cheap Ikea tabletop to it and it works great moving up and down everyday. My only complaint is the desk is really heavy.
Why does it matter if the desk is heavy? Are you carrying it on your back on the daily?
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I got this in $250 or don't remember correctly a year back. After doing through research and shop around at Ikea, Nebraska Furniture and online.
At the same time I ordered Acacia 60"x30" butcher block from Lowes.
I spend two days for preparing butcher block by staining, sealing and finally used semi-gloss poly and it turned perfect, then assemble this desk with top butcher block.
Since that day onwards, I have received so many compliments and requests from family and friends to make one of them. Total cost $250+$165+$30 = $450 I have perfect size sit-stand workstation which I have been using day in day out. I usually adjust two to three times a day typically. The dual motor is very smooth and very silent. Set up with three different memory at different hights.
For this price its a steal.
Because I have seen the size and daul motor sit-stand desk cost anywhere from $800-$1200 which I have currently now.

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Smh, first five comments are people who already have the desk and are raving about it... Smells spammy to me
Monoprice is a pretty popular brand. So not that surprising.
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