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Save $80 on an adjustable monitor and keyboard riser that lets you bring the best of your office’s work environment home.
Ordinary desks have gotten a bad reputation in recent years, with some experts concerned that sitting for long periods of time can be a risk to your health. If you considered the and switched to a standing desk at work, you might miss working upright now that you’re at home, participating in -related shelter-at-home policies. Well, it’s pretty easy and inexpensive to convert whatever desk or table you’re using into a standing desk. Right now, you can get a when you apply coupon code DESK40 at checkout.
That’s $80 off the usual $200 price tag, and it’s even a hefty.
This workstation works both in a seated position (at its lowest, it’s about 5 inches off the desk) and standing — you can raise it a maximum of 20 inches. Raising and lowering the stand is a one-person job thanks to a gas spring system. Just lift or lower the unit until it’s positioned where you want it, then press a paddle on the side to lock it in place. The workstation has two “decks” — a lower one for the mouse and keyboard, and an upper deck that’s spacious enough for a laptop or even a second monitor. It’s 36 inches wide and the top deck is 23 inches deep. It has a few conveniences, like a pen tray behind the keyboard and an interface for using dual monitors.
We tend to think of working from home as a more comfortable environment than the buttoned-up, professional corporate office space, but that’s not always the case. If you’re missing some of the benefits you took for granted — like your standing desk — here’s a chance to get it at home. Who knows? Maybe your boss will let you expense it.
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