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Artiss Standing Desk - Motorised Height Adjustable - 120cm Top $310.30 / 140cm Top $320 + Delivery @ Ozplaza Living eBay

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Hi all,

Long time lurker, first time poster!

Found this decently priced motorised adjustable desk - for those working at home and still using their kitchen table (myself…)

Seems like a decent deal - considering Ikea sells theirs for $500+
https://www.ikea.com/au/en/p/bekant-desk-sit-stand-white-s09...

Only grey frame left but heaps of different coloured table tops available ! (I ended up getting walnut)

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    Why not get this - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/605186, and Ikea table top https://www.ikea.com/au/en/p/linnmon-table-top-black-brown-2...

    Has memory function and better weight rating 70kg vs 100kg.

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      It appears that frame is out of stock? Plus what are you putting that’s 100kg on a table?… that’s a massive women pc!

      • +2 votes

        Oh - did not realise it has gone OOS, I can see it is available online via their site https://www.trsports.com.au/Electric-Standing-Desk-p/furni-n...

        But then there's no promo code other than pick up savings of 5%

        I have not decided on the table top yet, either from Ikea that $55 150x75 or the $149 160x80 or even from the trsports 180x80

        I won't have anything heavy on a table, but I do have tendency to rest elbow on table while standing up so the higher weighting will be good for my case.

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          They still have the frame with the table top in stock. I got just the frame from the last deal and it seems to be rock solid so far. Little wobble and has memory with dual motors. My workplace has the artiss standing desks with ikea tops and it has a single motor with no memory and they are okish but have abit of wobble.

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      Grabbed the ebay frame from last deal. So far I am impressed.
      Dual motor, stall sensor, memory function work great.

  • +14 votes

    I so detest eBay sellers who, when you click more information, rather than show pertinent and relevant detail of what you're considering, show you the other 500 items they are dropselling.

    If I click more information that's what I'm seeking. Give me your catalogue and I'm out.

  • +1 vote

    I feel this one is single motor…and no memory height. The first comment has link to dual motor I have it myself. Dual and memory

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    I bought one and never arrived (waited for three months)

  • +1 vote

    Min height of 72cm is really tall. I'm 174cm tall and I usually have my desk around 62cm. Trying it at 72cm now, I'd need a footrest for how high my chair would need to be.

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      Same here using footrest but only very expensive sit stand desk can go lower than 70cm

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      I got one off Amazon that goes to 65cm, usually use it at around 67.

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      and I usually have my desk around 62cm

      Are you sure about that? My under desk drawers are 60cm high and they are below my knee, and standard desk height is 73cm, so I can't see how any normal sized person would fit under a 62cm desk?

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        Yes. I have a Zen Space Desk that goes from 60-125cm and it's a few cm up from lowest position. At 73cm for my arms to be parallel to the desk while reaching for my keyboard, my chair has to be high enough that my feet are off the ground. I'm 174cm tall so fairly average height.

        Once at work a guy who was 6 foot was having back troubles and they had a physio come in and look at his work space. They said his desk was too high from him and ended up getting some guys to come in and lower it for him. Never mind that most of the people sitting around him were shorter on the same height desks.

        Also the rough height from knee height calculations are:
        males: Height in cm = 84.88 - (0.24 x age) + (1.83 x knee height)
        females: Height in cm = 64.19 - (0.04 x age) + (2.02 x knee height)

        so if you're a mid 30s male (not that age makes that much difference) and your knee is 62cm off the ground (since it's above the 60cm drawers), you're 190cm tall. Do you play basketball?

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          so if you're a mid 30s male (not that age makes that much difference) and your knee is 62cm off the ground (since it's above the 60cm drawers), you're 190cm tall. Do you play basketball?

          Odd that you provided some weird calculation when I've already said that 60cm is below my knee and I'm roughly 186-187cm from memory. Bear in mind that people also tend to wear shoes which can add a couple of cm to their leg height.

          In the interest of Science just did a quick lap around the office, our furniture consists of shelving between desks at 73cm (standard desk height), under desk drawers at 60cm, and the desks themselves which are all adjustable. Most desks I can see at roughly in line with the shelf unit at 73cm, most slightly higher, mine is 77cm which I gives me 90 degree knee, hip and elbow.
          The only ones I could find close to the drawer level were still at least 5cm higher, but they were used by tiny little Asian women 5ft tall.
          I'd love see a photo of this 62cm desk with someone at it, it must look like a primary school desk.

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        yes, i have mine now at 70 because it is the lowest height possible (cant afford zenspace desk)
        but then i need to use footrest. i think ideally i need 65-ish.

  • +2 votes

    Artiss stuff looks good but quality is crap.

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      What heve you bought from this brand?
      I got some bar stool this week and not sure what to expect.

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        Bought some Artiss dining chairs from eBay, quality is crap.

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        I bought a bed and it was the cheapest and thinnest shit they could make. It served it's purpose, ie keeping the mattress off the floor, but I'd never buy another one.

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    One situation where a bit extra money for dual motor, memory, and in some cases "stall sensors" is worthwhile… They tend to also have a better height range as well

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    Legs/motor is good table top is trash. I own one, had it for a year or so now. Would definitely recommend.

    • -1 vote

      top is trash but you “definitely recommend”? 😕🤷‍♂️

      • -1 vote

        he recommended leg motor only

        • -1 vote

          When? Is this sold as frame/motor only?

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    This or Fortia brand

    https://tinyurl.com/3b2vj4n5

    Anyone has a Fortia one?

    • +1 vote

      I read a whole bunch of reviews over the past couple of weeks and decided not to go cheap. Lots of mixed reviews about motor quality, sound, how fast it moves, getting stuck when it lowers, etc.

      Ended up with either a desky or omnidesk. The omni is super customisable while the desky uses real wood. Entry price is around $800-1000 though but I think for something like this with motors it's worth the investment otherwise you'll probably notice the wear early on.

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      All the same shit. There a bunch of these made-in-China cheap-as-chips brands around now selling online because the photos look good, but the quality is terrible.<br>
      Check out you local council throw out pile for plenty of examples.

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    Had one of these for a year. Works well