Halter ED-600 Preassembled Height Adjustable Desk Sit / Stand Elevating Desktop - Black
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The Halter ED-600 Elevating Desktop was designed to assist those who are challenged with back, neck, posture, and circulation problems. It provides multiple height desktop work levels to maximize comfort, introduce work height variations, optimize posture / natural blood circulation, and reduce eye strain.
Standing = Healthy
Five or more hours of sedentary sitting, is the health equivalent of smoking a pack and a quarter of cigarettes!
Studies have shown that our bodies can benefit from simply standing up, contracting muscles, and moving. Think of standing as pushing a reset button on your body. If you press the reset button before the timer hits 20 minutes, you'll avoid any of the negative side effects of a sedentary job.
Fits most desks in any office or cube
- Just place the desk on top of a table / desk / etc. and you're all set!
- Switches from sitting to standing position in seconds. Just simultaneously squeeze the handles on each side. Apply pressure up or down to raise or lower the desktop. Once you find your desired height, just release the handles and your desktop will lock into position.
- With high quality construction, movements up and down are extremely smooth!
- Enjoy the freedom of sitting or standing while you work!
- Sturdy even when at standing height!
- Gas Spring Technology | Patent Pending
Desktop length: 905mm (35.6 inches)
Desktop width: 517mm (20.4 inches)
Keyboard desktop length: 905mm (35.6 inches)
Keyboard desktop width: 430mm (16.9 inches)
Desktop adjustment: 410mm (16.14 inches) (Max height)
Desktop weight: 21.44kg (47.3 lbs)
Desktop maximum load: 20kg (44.1 lbs)
Most helpful customer reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Great product for the price
it works great, doesn't take up a huge amount of space and easily supports the 2 monitors ontop.
There's 3 essential problems.
#1 There's no cable management at all; if you're not careful or don't add your own you will end up "crimping" or cutting your keyboard, mouse, etc cables because without at least some zipties they tend to find their way into the scissor like arms on the left and right.
#2 It can't be used at max height. Because the gears on the left and right sides aren't perfectly set, onside will sit higher than the other when adjusted for max height, leaving it lopsided. If you're over 6 and a half feet tall, this may not be the best solution for you.
#3 It can't be used with large/fullsize keyboards and still have room for a mouse. because the brackets for raising and lowering the desk face inward instead of outward, it eats into the available room to use the mouse and maintain a normal size keyboard.
That said, it's being used everyday, and all of those issues (except #2, which thankfully isn't a problem) were fixable. I imagine the next version of this will be stellar.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
I Like It. One of the better taking into consideration price and basic features.
I been using a portable small standing desk both at the house and in the office for a number of months to try things out first before committing hundreds of dollars on something I may not be sure will work long run. I saw this on sale for less than 150 so i jumped.
I have only had it for two days and would like to share my brief thoughts.
- nice for "discounted" price. quality seems to be there.
- fits my dual 24" dell monitors nicely
- ample room for other things (i.e. cup, speaker, phone). I am using a logitech G17 gaming keyboard and it's fine with desk raised. With desk lower I do not think it will fit as both are about 17.5" across.
- heavy by itself. this may be a challenge for some; especially with multiple monitors
- placement of mouse requires a little reach up
For something similar I would have to spend closer to 300 so my cripes will be little. Biggest concern is if you placed two monitors on, lifting the desk up requires strength. Granted my monitors are 5+ years old so it's heavier than newer monitors I going to assumed. I consider myself above average fit as I cycle, run and lift weights and still I find lifting the desk require a lot of strength. The hydralic does not seem to help any much here so know that. Adjusting desk down is easier and you just have to very cautious based on the weight of the desk and monitor(s). First time I lowered the desk with two monitors, it surprised me and quickly dropped and the complete unit lightly slammed down on the table. With this, I will limit my use of adjusting the desk up and down as often as I would if it was lighter.
Please note this is not the desk's default and is due to the weight of both my 24" monitors. With one or no monitor the challenge may be non-existent based on others' review.
Overall I am pleased with this taking into consideration of price and design.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
This is just what I needed!
By Jeremy Spund
First let me tell you why I bought this height adjustable chair. I was in an accident in the start of 2016 and have a disk bulging and herniation. I have been in physical therapy for over a year. Sitting for a long period of time is not an option and creates pain and discomfort. I have to stand and walk to relieve the pain and pressure. My productivity at my desk at home and work went way down. I looked at potential chairs but with what they cost, I could just buy an height adjustable desk instead. I use two monitors at home so this was a great option.
The desk arrived as indicated in one piece. All I had to do was get it out of the box and place it on my desk. I love the product, it raises to a perfect height for myself. I am around 5'8". The only issue I had is when it is at the peak, it take a little nudge to get it to go back down. But personally I would rather have that. then one that falls super easily potentially causing issues to my desk or myself. I would defiantly recommend.