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What Are Some Other Options Besides VARIDESK Height Adjustable Desks?
Purchasing a height adjustable desk is a big investment, and it’s important to choose the right one. Should you get a standing desk converter, or spring for a complete desk setup? The decision lies in the ergonomics. Height adjustable desks can provide exceptional ergonomic support, but not all are created equal. Here’s what you need to know before purchasing a sit-stand desk.
Ways to Achieve a Height Adjustable Desk
There are two primary ways to enjoy a height adjustable desk. You can purchase a sit-stand desk, or a desk converter. Sit-stand desks give you more space to work, because the entire desk moves up and down. Converters are a good way to quickly update your existing desk, because they sit right on top.
One of the biggest drawbacks of a standing desk converter, though, is that only part of your desk is at standing height. This is typically only enough space for your monitor, keyboard, and mouse, so papers need to remain below. It also will not sit flush with your desk, so it will likely be at an ergonomically unsound position.
Types of Height Adjustable Desks Available
Today, there are a diverse range of height adjustable desks available. They aren’t all created equal, though. IKEA offers both an electric and a manual sit-stand desk but they aren’t ergonomically sound. These rectangular desks reduce usable workspace, making you stretch and lean in ways that can strain your back over time.
VARIDESK offers both standing desk converters and a full sit-stand desk. Their sit-stand desks are electric, come in two different styles. Office supply retailers like Staples and Amazon also have their own versions, though they are typically not as sturdy as brand name desks.
Not all Height Adjustable Desks Are Created Equal
We believe your desk should work with you, not against you. By blending Collaborative Ergonomics with outstanding craftsmanship and attention to detail, we’ve created height adjustable desks that will keep you working without straining your back or your keyboard falling off the desk converter because you’re trying to fit too much on the platform.
The VARIDESK ProDesk® 60 Electric doesn’t cost as much as Collaborative Ergonomic-focused the MeDesk you’ll experience the benefits of a fully adaptable and ergonomic workspace environment, as opposed to a small rectangular table that goes up and down.
The unique shape allows you to sit in the cockpit of efficiency with your work wrapped around you. Instead of a simple rectangle, you have the freedom of space to swivel from one task to another.
The WeDesk is like the MeDesk’s big sibling and is ideal for both open concept and private offices. The WeDesk is built for collaboration, helping your team create better work product. These organic shapes create a natural flow which situates users and guests in positions that enhance social and technological interactions.
More desks and more workspace aren’t mutually exclusive. The WeDesk Open maximizes your open office space while also improving your team’s workspace. This height-adjustable desk is ergonomic and built for collaboration yet increases your usable space by up to 25%.
Height adjustable desks are one of the best advancements in office furniture, but only if it’s done right. Standing desk converters are a quick fix, but they don’t allow you to fully experience the benefits of a standing desk. The WeDesk and MeDesk models are steeped in ergonomic design, making it the ideal desk for your office.
To learn more or to begin designing your collaborative office, give us a call at (800) 332-3393.Topics: Collaborative Ergonomics, Office
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