MultiTable ModTable Adjustable Height Standing Desk with Manual Base, Black
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If you want the benefits of a height adjustable table or desk but would like to add your own personal style to your workstation, MultiTable is pleased to offer the ModTable base! You can purchase the base from us, then add your own unique desk top, allowing you to customize your ModTable to your individual design aesthetic. You can also add a wheel kit to your ModTable base so that you can move your workspace easily from room to room.
Who We Are:
Established in 2010, MultiTable, LLC is the leading manufacturer of height adjustable tables and desks for home offices. We combine the incredible health benefits of standing periodically, while working with the customization and style of creating your own work space. Our ModTables come in a wide variety of colors, sizes and styles.
What We Do:
MultiTable, LLC creates affordable height adjustable solutions that promote individuality and healthy living while looking smart and stylish. Multi
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I combined this base with an Ikea VIKA FURUSKOG solid pine table top (59" x 29.5" for $60). The resulting desk works great. The base comes with wood screws for mounting a table top, so there was no additional hardware needed.
The cranking motion is very smooth and easy. The overall construction seems very solid. The maximum height is quite high, so unless you're a giant it's going to be plenty.
The minimum height is pretty typical for a desk. If you like to slouch you may want to add a keyboard tray, because it doesn't go insanely low.
The table top I have on this base is Ambrosia Maple with breadboard ends, 30" x 50" and 3/4" thickness. I think I'd go with 1" thickness next time, since it seems like I was cutting it close with the size of the wood screws. I chose these dimensions to be on the safe side about weight parameters, in case I decided to place anything heavy on my desk, i.e. shelf, organizer, etc.
The operation of the crank arm is fine. There will be slight resistance while you turn, I'm guessing because it has some kind of stopping break so the desk doesn't roll back down, but turning the crank arm doesn't require much more effort than lifting some of my handbags or laptop case.
I love not having to sit all day at my desk! I recommend this product and I'm buying an additional one from this company. Read their return policy, I believe you have 30 days to return.
I added some photos of under the hood.
**** UPDATE March 3, 2016 ****
Few years have passed and my table is still functioning properly. I've had no problems with it. Someone asked me about my table recently and I looked at the Multitable website and it currently has more options for table tops, they also have new accessories to purchase. I hope they include a beveled edge table top in the future as that really helps with comfort and it saves my sweaters. If their latest table tops are hardwood (ask them to make sure), you could probably purchase that table top and have the edges beveled.
-easy to assemble
Cons (there aren't really any so this is just minor annoyances):
-it would have been nice for them to include the size of the screws included for attaching the desk surface to eliminate the need for guessing. (I ended up using 7/64'' pilot holes)
-the right desk support on my unit required minor bending during assembly since the holes didn't align perfectly
Heavy-duty, and very well-made. The crank is very easy to turn, and you can go from sitting height to standing height in about 8 seconds. I had mine loaded up with roughly 100lbs of computer stuff, and had no issues with raising/lowering, nor any issues with stability:
- 27" iMac
- Modem and router
- Logitech computer speaker system (2 speakers + subwoofer)
- HP printer
- Misc office supplies
Assembly required a bit of skill, but wasn't difficult for me since I'm "mechanically inclined." It's a bit more difficult than... say... assembling an Ikea desk. So, if you're not naturally good at this sort of thing (or just don't like it), recruit a friend who is. It's also helpful to have another person around simply to help hold things, but it's not 100% necessary. I was able to assemble this by myself without too much difficulty.
Great customer service too. The company actually reached out to me after my order to let me know that their warehouse is here in Phoenix--about a 20 min drive from my house. They gave me the option to go pick it up in-person and avoid chipping costs (and waiting time), which was great.
Great product. Great company. Highly recommended.
There are some screws with painted threads and the instructions say to turn them three times. What they mean is screw them and loosen them three times until most of the paint comes off.