How fast do the L-Desk Standing Desks move up and down?
They move approximately 3cm / 1.18" a second up OR down.
What type of shoes should I wear with a standing desk?
We have seen people wear all types of shoes. However, ideally, you should wear shoes that have little or no heel and are naturally comfortable with little pressure on any part of the foot. If you are not used to standing for prolonged periods, we also recommend an anti-fatigue mat such as this one, which can be used with or without shoes (which may be the best option of all!)
Is the desk difficult to assemble?
No! Most people assemble the desks in under an hour (and handyman types can typically assemble the frame in less than 30 minutes).
How do I install the tabletop/desktop?
After you position the top on the standing desk frame (our default recommendation is to center it on the frame), use the wood screws included to attach the desktop to all four corners. Some adjustable desk frames will also have brackets on the central crossbar that can be used for additional support (optional).
Is the L-Desk Standing Desk Loud?
Not very loud. Our desk is quieter than any of the single motor designs. The triple motors of our sit-stand desk are located in each leg column, which provides some baffling against noise. Also, since there are three motors, they don't have to work as hard (or as loudly) to move the desk up or down.
What height should I use for my standing desk?
This is a decision of personal preference and body type, however, as a VERY general guide, see the following body heights and corresponding maximum desk heights below (and remember if you buy a frame without a tabletop, the desk tabletop will add to the height).
6'3" - 46"
6'2" - 45.5"
6'1" - 45"
6'0" - 44"
5'11" - 43.5"
5'10" - 43"
5'9" - 42"
5'8" - 41.5"
5'7" - 41"
5'6" - 40.5"
5'5" - 40"
5'4" - 39"
5'3" - 38.5"
5'2" - 38"
Who can I call for support?
You can call us at 1-800-267-1783 for any additional questions you have
My desk seems to wobble a bit. What can I do?
There are a few reasons why your desk may wobble a little more than expected. Some slight movement is normal, but nothing that would be distracting or cause concern for monitors or anything else on your desk. Reasons why your desk may be wobbling:
Frame bolts are not sufficiently tightened
Desk frame is over-extended (raised above maximum height)
Floor is not level (and level adjusters are not appropriately set)
Floor is unstable or not sufficiently firm (e.g. plush carpet)