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Husky 62" x 24" Adjustable Height Solid Wood Top Workbench Table (No Drawers)

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Select Home Depot Locations [store locator] have Husky 62" x 24" D Adjustable Height Solid Wood Top Workbench Table (Black, HOLT62XDB12) on sale for $199 (price shown at checkout). Select free ship-to-store / curbside pickup where available.

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About this product:
  • Supports up to 300 lbs. weight capacity
  • Adjustable height: 26" to a 39" when using the included leveling feet; 29" to a 42" when using the included casters
  • 3 mm steel frame construction with a powder-coated finish to resist rust and corrosion
  • 3" x 2" PPR swivel casters with locking brakes allow ease in mobility
  • 4 leveling feet can be installed to use the table as stationary work area
  • 1.2" thick solid woodwork surface with protective coating
  • 3 mm steel frame
  • No drawers included
  • Full Assembly Required
  • Workbench Weight: 102.5 lbs.
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty

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Tried to search but didnt find any so here you go.
  • YMMV 199 price is for the Black No Drawer option with Store Pick-up
  • Top material is 1.2 inch solid wood and it looks like butcher block - feels heavy duty
  • Important note: Assembled weight is over 100 lbs, so be mindful of where you're going to use this

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../301810799

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yujie asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:20 PM
05-16-2022 at 05:26 PM
I've got a full size tower, a 34" ultrawide, and two 27" monitors side by side with my work laptop under the ultrawide. I've been trying to figure out how to get the two 27's on either side of the ultrawide, but the desk's a little short for that. I think the 72" model would've worked better for me. I imagine with two 32" monitors and a laptop you'll have room to spare.
05-21-2022 at 10:28 AM
It is 62 inches wide... if the bases of your monitors will still sit on the desk at the distance apart you need them and you don't mind them overhanging, you are good to go. There is always the option of using table clamp mounts to move even further apart.
kayadash asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:19 PM
05-16-2022 at 05:23 PM
It comes with a set of casters and a set of feet. Both sets screw in from the bottom side and can be switched out by flipping the table over. The casters are good quality and lockable.
fiedel asked this question on 05-17-2022 at 10:04 AM

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I use this in my home office for a sit/stand desk. If I stop working at home it goes to the garage 😀
Bought this exact desk in this size with no drawers in January to hold my PC tower, work laptop, two 27" monitors and a 34" ultrawide.

1) Best computer desk I've ever owned.
2)A little side to side wobble when fully raised, but nothing that I notice unless I intentional shake the desk.
3) Had it delivered to my apartment.

It's not difficult to assemble but the parts have some heft to them, so it isn't hard to damage if you don't pay attention. The table is wood and the body/legs are powder coat.

If you get it delivered, it comes fully disassembled. The problem here is the packaging from the factory and the delivery options. Home Depot uses UPS or FedEx for home delivery (where I live). The boxes these come in are really meant to be shipped flat on a pallet. When they get shipped individually, they get flipped, tossed, and rolled. The styrofoam inside is okay, but it's not going to hold up against a 100+ lbs edge being dropped on it.

I ended up getting the desk shipped 3 times due to heavy delivery damage. Each time Home Depot CS was awesome about it and offered as many options as possible, including offering to let me use one of their trucks for free to bring it to my place from a local store (I didn't do this, but it was an option).

3rd time was the charm and it was worth the hassle. In fact this desk is good enough quality I'd go through it again if I had to.

Also an extra tip I picked up - get a matching hex bit and a cheap $30 power drill. Works great and no hand cranking required.
Bar can be mounted at the back instead of the middle if it makes a difference.

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I use this in my home office for a sit/stand desk. If I stop working at home it goes to the garage 😀
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Yeah, great computer desk too
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Good deal if you can get one. 249 here in the DMV area
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Nice but sure looks wobbly, even the video on HD shows it wobbling around as the guy raises and lowers as well as doing any work on.
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Nice but sure looks wobbly, even the video on HD shows it wobbling around as the guy raises and lowers as well as doing any work on.
I think your glasses are wobbly, it's one of the best priced desks you can get. AND you don't have a crappy electronic motor that will die within a year.

Beats any Ikea/plywood/etc trash. I've had a half hard/ply desk along with a galant desk before. Through moves and relocations they did not last. I've had 150+ pounds on my desk for over a year now, it's been holding up great.

I paid $225 for the smaller 52" with drawers, I wish I had bought two seeing the prices now. Highly recommend one with drawers, can store keyboard/chargers/storage/etc.
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I have the 62 inch with 2 drawers. I use it for my computer desk and like it. It's a bit thick with the two drawers, so take consideration. Very stable and robust desk.
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These have been this price for a long time. Also, my store only has these in assembled form and indicated they only come that way.
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Key feature:
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Adjustable height work table ranges from 26 inches to 42 inches
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Bought this exact desk in this size with no drawers in January to hold my PC tower, work laptop, two 27" monitors and a 34" ultrawide.

1) Best computer desk I've ever owned.
2)A little side to side wobble when fully raised, but nothing that I notice unless I intentional shake the desk.
3) Had it delivered to my apartment.

It's not difficult to assemble but the parts have some heft to them, so it isn't hard to damage if you don't pay attention. The table is wood and the body/legs are powder coat.

If you get it delivered, it comes fully disassembled. The problem here is the packaging from the factory and the delivery options. Home Depot uses UPS or FedEx for home delivery (where I live). The boxes these come in are really meant to be shipped flat on a pallet. When they get shipped individually, they get flipped, tossed, and rolled. The styrofoam inside is okay, but it's not going to hold up against a 100+ lbs edge being dropped on it.

I ended up getting the desk shipped 3 times due to heavy delivery damage. Each time Home Depot CS was awesome about it and offered as many options as possible, including offering to let me use one of their trucks for free to bring it to my place from a local store (I didn't do this, but it was an option).

3rd time was the charm and it was worth the hassle. In fact this desk is good enough quality I'd go through it again if I had to.

Also an extra tip I picked up - get a matching hex bit and a cheap $30 power drill. Works great and no hand cranking required.
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I have the 52 inch version with drawer at $229.
Very nice for home office. Sturdy. 5/5.
I do observe they are on sale from time to time, probably a couple of time per year. But the on sale item may not be the variant you like most.
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Good price. I've been looking at workbenches to use as a standing desk at home but 42" isn't tall enough for me. Finally went with an electric desk from Fully, which goes up to ~51".
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For folks that use this as an office desk. How does 24" work out for you? I feel like a 24" depth is not big enough for a 32" monitor because I currently have 30" depth and it feels cramp.

I am guessing people are going to use a mount, but then that's just more cost.

Thanks.
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For folks that use this as an office desk. How does 24" work out for you? I feel like a 24" depth is not big enough for a 32" monitor because I currently have 30" depth and it feels cramp.

I am guessing people are going to use a mount, but then that's just more cost.

Thanks.
I have a 32 inch curved monitor on mine. Had it with a stand and now wall mounted. I didn't have problems either way with depth.
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