Great to see the EG1 back at £139.99 again. This is one of the lower end single motor models that will do the trick if you don't really care so much about extra features. It has a simple co…
We got one of these in early lockdown (with a Flexispot top) and I can't recommend it highly enough.
https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/linnmon-table-top-white-stained-oak-effect-70473604/ would this table top crumble if I put screws through it? I am looking for a max 100 width table top due to limited space
try ikea https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/bekant-table-top-white-20255321/#content £75 for white colour. 140x60 unfortunately
Can someone recommend a good reasonably price top with dimensions of 140*50 for this? The ones on the website are overpriced
Now a penny under £100 on the manual adjustable model, which uses a crank system, as opposed to eclectic motors. You will need to add your own desk top to it , which can be anywhere between…
You've probably never had lower back issues then, or at least had professional advice about it. Standing at your desk and working for an extended period (e.g. an hour) is a good way to relieve the stress on your lower back, and allows you to do exercises like swinging your leg to reduce the effects of sciatica, etc. When you have such problems with nerves and discs, sitting down can really exacerbate those problems. Standing all day can be quite tiresome, hence the need to switch it up and down. Getting up for a coffee for 5 mins won't do a lot. Having a motorised desk is a much better idea, as you can get the position set exactly right each time with minimum fuss. Plus if you've got a case of lower back pain, the last thing you want to be doing is bending down and turning a crank.
If the whole idea is to change position often, what's the point of a standing desk? I really don't see much of a difference than standing up out of my chair and taking multiple breaks to walk around.
£59.99 on this again, which was supposed to end on the 31st March. Not 100% sure if it ended then came back or stayed this price throughout. I image as the code is the same it's likely to h…
Don't forget the garish red accents (lol)
I bought one and very happy with it. Had the same issues with bolts not lining up. After a while I worked out that the instructions were wrong, you need to loosely join the front and rear legs where they cross over (instructions say do this later). When you do it this way all the bolts line up perfectly and it screwed together fine.
Code no longer works.
Looks like it's 60 with the monitor stand which is optional to install.
Standing Desk For WFO and WFH E8 - One of the best desk.
For this desk at this time, I couldn’t find a better price, so therefore voted hot since it’s what I wanted.
There are a few on this very page. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dynamikdesk-standing-desk-frame-eb2-dual-motor-anti-collision-max-weight-capacity-100kg-ps19999-using-code-at-flexispot-3912402 Or you can browse amazon and find them.
Do you have any example? What would be a good shop to buy from?
Not a good price imo. All of these are manufactured out of the same Chinese plants, so they are all about the same quality. No reason to pay over £300 when you can get it for about 100 quid less regularly. If you buy during holiday times they even got for less than £150 for dual motor.
My flexispot desk is very sturdy. Happy with it. Sure you will be too.
The best price we've seen on the EB2 is £199.99, which was almost bang on 1 year ago. Boxing day it was £229.99, so to get this price back again is great. It's got more premium features than…
Im really struggling to find a table top that is 200cm x 70cm or larger so that I can cut it down to size, can anyone recommend where I can find one? Needs to be in Black. I tried IKEA, but they only have something like 180cm x 60cm max! There 200cm wide tables are meant for kitchen so they have that kitchen design with those spots on the table. I also tried on amazon etc.. but couldn't find much as most desks are 140x60 or 160x80. I need 200cm length so that my builder can cut the sides off to form a trapezium shape. Another route is to go to Selco and get 18mm thick MDF, and cut that to my shape I want, but then I won't get the exact finishing that is seen on ready made tables. Can anyone help me with this? As I have received my Flexispot EB2 frame.
Yeah, as long as you don't top out the max weight, you'll be grand.
Question, this advertises up to 180cm width, but can I create my own cutout table shape and size and use that on this frame instead of a standard rectangle one? As I want a frame that can handle a custom desk shape that fits into my window bay which is like a trapezium shape. Thanks.
Bought two desks, absolutely love them. No regrets Oh same, wish I got the I've that goes to 60cm
Thank you for taking the time to respond. I’ll take your advice into account. Thanks (y) 🏼
Fantastic price on this! Last time we saw this very same model is was on offer at £89.99, which I thought was fair price at the time. Now at £59.99 it looks brill. You don't have to keep the…
I did order it again and already got it, it is nice and sturdy but I think the price is reduced for some build errors, for example i had issues with 2 holes when setting it up, i took some pictures and I will try to see if I can get some refund or smth
i ordered 2 on thursday and they turned up today
Anyone ordered and had zero updates???
I ordered it, they took the money out of my bank, no confirmation emails, then after 20 mins I get my money back, wtf
looks good, does anybody know the minimum distance between the legs (ignoring the hooks etc). I'd like to slot a musical keyboard underneath
Flexispot EG8 standing desk is £349 down from £449 but only today (23rd Mar 2022)
These are a bit of a pain. Superficially it looks a lot like the Tresanti ones that have been around £250 or less in the past from Costco. Some don't get on with the crossbar in the way of their feet. And the thick desktop limits your choice for attaching monitor arms and the like. The Tresanti ones are £329 at Costco right now. I've got one. It's quite good, and I can just about get my Ergotron mount to fit it, but if I was to choose again, I'd get a Flexispot frame and an Ikea top. Or the Tresanti wooden desk at https://www.costco.co.uk/Furniture-Mattresses/Home-Office-Furniture/Desks/Tresanti-Franklin-Power-Adjustable-Height-Wooden-Desk/p/344279
As many of you liked these before at £139.99, we've worked with Flexispot directly to bring hotukdeals members that price again exclusively. You'll need code HUKDE1 to get the price down. …
I bought their gaming chair recently, it’s being sent back, so comfy but material was baggy and one of the arms wasn’t angled right and moved like it would snap. It’s being sent back on Tuesday. Wondering if a their stuff is like this?
Just want rid of this table
When I ordered the bigger model I spent a couple of extra quid for wheels for it - it's great; unlock the wheels, slide it wherever to clean, slide back, lock them in place again.
Only goes to 113cm compared to 122. Not tall enough for 6’3 me!
What table? It doesn't come with one (y) (y) (y)
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