Luxor Student Sit/Stand Desk with Crank Handle

BH #LUSTUDENTC • MFR #STUDENT-C
Luxor
Luxor Student Sit/Stand Desk with Crank Handle
Key Features
  • Adjust Height from 29" to 42"
  • 27.5 x 19.5" Desk Area
  • Four Casters, Two Lockable
  • Detachable Crank Handle
Create an active learning environment with the Student Sit/Stand Desk from Luxor. Featuring a crank handle, this desk easily adjusts to any height between 29" to 42" to accommodate sitting or standing positions. The melamine desktop is 27.5 x 19.5" and has a water bottle holder as well as a pencil holder. Four 3" casters make for easy maneuvering, and two locking breaks keep the desk in place.
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Luxor Student Sit/Stand Desk with Crank Handle

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Luxor STUDENT-C Overview

Create an active learning environment with the Student Sit/Stand Desk from Luxor. Featuring a crank handle, this desk easily adjusts to any height between 29" to 42" to accommodate sitting or standing positions. The melamine desktop is 27.5 x 19.5" and has a water bottle holder as well as a pencil holder. Four 3" casters make for easy maneuvering, and two locking breaks keep the desk in place.

Crank handle neatly rests under desk or detaches for classroom management
Hook for book bags reduces floor clutter
Durable single-column steel construction with high-pressure laminate surface
Light-gray desktop, gray frame
Meets ANSI/BIFMA and CPSIA standards
UPC: 847210036678

Luxor STUDENT-C Specs

General
TypeFull Desk
Desktop DimensionsW: 27.5 x L: 19.5" / W: 69.9 x L: 49.5 cm
Height Adjustment Range29.0 to 42.0" / 73.7 to 106.7 cm
Casters/GlidersLockable Casters
Mount
Number of Monitors Supported1
Physical
Surface Color/FinishWhite
Material of ConstructionSteel
Load Capacity88 lb / 40 kg
Weight44 lb / 20 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight51 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)31 x 27 x 7"
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