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Beech Finish No Tools PC trolley with CD shelf - £12.99 (was £34.99) @ Argos !
Beech Finish No Tools PC trolley with CD shelf - £12.99 (was £34.99) @ Argos !

Beech Finish No Tools PC trolley with CD shelf - £12.99 (was £34.99) @ Argos !

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Size (H)78, (W)70, (D)40cm.

No tools required for assembly.
Pull-out keyboard shelf.
Stores up to 64 CDs or 46 DVDs.
Suitable for monitor up to 17in/15kg monitor, tower, keyboard and printer.
Maximum tower size (H)45, (W)25, (D)40cm.
Weight 20kg.
Self-assembly: 1 person recommended.

10 Comments

Looks a good buy.
Should be decent quality weighing in at 20kg
Heat added.

Original Poster

Thanks stamfordblue


http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/164-6171634A69UC444436X.jpg

Original Poster

Took about 15 mins to built this and no tools needed. Very much suitable for a 19" w/s monitor and well worth the money.

Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid bit at the bottom means you can't sit close to the PC so sitting on the PC for anything more than a few minutes will be a chore.

306maxi;3128965

Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid … Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid bit at the bottom means you can't sit close to the PC so sitting on the PC for anything more than a few minutes will be a chore.



I was thinking exactly the same, so many poorly ergonomically designed PC desks.

cicobuff;3129348

I was thinking exactly the same, so many poorly ergonomically designed PC … I was thinking exactly the same, so many poorly ergonomically designed PC desks.



Thats the first thing I noticed too, hence not going for it. I like to sit under my desk to sit most comfortably.

306maxi;3128965

Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid … Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid bit at the bottom means you can't sit close to the PC so sitting on the PC for anything more than a few minutes will be a chore.



Thanks for noting that. was gonna buy before i read your post

306maxi;3128965

Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid … Great for those amputees, not so great for people with feet as the stupid bit at the bottom means you can't sit close to the PC so sitting on the PC for anything more than a few minutes will be a chore.


OK, you can't loll back and stretch your legs out, but with the keyboard shelf pulled out normal PC use isn't a problem; plus sitting up straight is better for your back.

It's only £13 ffs!

cpemma;3130695

OK, you can't loll back and stretch your legs out, but with the keyboard … OK, you can't loll back and stretch your legs out, but with the keyboard shelf pulled out normal PC use isn't a problem; plus sitting up straight is better for your back. It's only £13 ffs!



Doesn't matter about the price, still voted it hot for the price, just people do and will post comments about the design, it can rightly put people off as a bargain ISNT a bargain if you don't use it...regardless of pulling the shelf out have a look at underneath, your knees would be cramped on the stuff underneath...these sort of desks are poorly designed no doubt about it.

You wouldnt be able to sit up straight as the chair would have to be positioned further back from the unit meaning you would be leaning over the keyboard to allow yourself the leg room!

cpemma;3130695

OK, you can't loll back and stretch your legs out, but with the keyboard … OK, you can't loll back and stretch your legs out, but with the keyboard shelf pulled out normal PC use isn't a problem; plus sitting up straight is better for your back. It's only £13 ffs!


It's a waste of £13 though if you can't use it properly. My wife got a similar desk without the silly bottom bit for about £20 from Argos or Tesco or someone and it's just fine and useable!
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