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- Great for people who sit all day
- Desk is beautiful and sturdy
- Monitor arm can be difficult to adjust
- No instructions for the keyboard tray or mouse pad holder
This desk will happily crush items under it
If the desk's sensor notices a collision on its way up (such as touching a curtain), it will descend with collision detection turned off and crush everything in its way down. I push my chair under my standing desk when in standing mode. I pushed the preset button to raise the desk, pushed my chair u...
I have UpLift V2 commercial with a custom top (by me). It sits in their soft roll desk casters. No complaints, would recommend.
I can’t speak for Jarvis but I have a uplift v2 commercial T frame. I have 2 monitor cards one for each 27inch monitor and my pc weighs about 100 pds and also sits on the desk. Rubber wood top, never have any issue. It’s a beast.
Budget vs Premium Standing Desks: Is It Worth Upgrading?
There is absolutely no denying that in this scenario, the Uplift V2 is the overall better standing desk. It's quieter, faster, has a greater height range, is more stable, has a better range of accessories, and comes with a bunch of free ones to sweeten the deal. The long 15-year warranty is a nice touch too
I recommend Fully Jarvis and Uplift V2.
Compare MojoDesk to Uplift V2 Laminate Standing Desk
The Uplift V2 with Commerical C-Frame (as tested) will cost $760 and free shipping. $709 for the desktop and frame, $30 for the 4 pre-set LED hang control, and $20 for a plastic cable management tray.
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Why We Love the Uplift V2 Standing Desk
And I found after testing that the Uplift V2’s quick, smooth adjustment (a pleasant whir, versus other desks’ groans) and its many customization options make it a good fit as the centerpiece of nearly any office.
I have the Uplift V2 commercial desk — I am 5’3” — it goes even lower than I need! I love my desk! It’s not cheap but I viewed it as an investment in my health. It rocks.
6’3, I went with a cheaper brand(Flexispot) but have seen my buddy’s Uplift v2. They’re both great for tall people so don’t worry. They can both go far enough to easily satisfy the needs of someone 6’7. I had the same worries as you
355 lb (inclusive of desktop weights)
Adjustable foot leveling studs
0.38" adjustment for uneven flooring
100-120VAC, 50/60Hz (400W max)