Uncaged Ergonomics CHANGEdesk Mini Standing Desktop Workstation (Black)

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Uncaged Ergonomics CHANGEdesk Mini Standing Desktop Workstation (Black)
Key Features
  • Supports up to Two Monitors
  • Total Weight Capacity of 25 lb
  • 3 to 14" of Height Adjustment
  • 3, 6, 10, and 14" Height Settings
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Enjoy the versatility of being able to sit or stand at your desk with the black Uncaged Ergonomics CHANGEdesk Mini Standing Desktop Workstation. It supports up to 25 lb of equipment and has enough space to hold one or two monitors. The workstation can elevate from 3 to 14" at 3, 6, 10, and 14" settings, enabling you to position it at a comfortable height.
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Uncaged Ergonomics Changedesk Overview

Enjoy the versatility of being able to sit or stand at your desk with the black Uncaged Ergonomics CHANGEdesk Mini Standing Desktop Workstation. It supports up to 25 lb of equipment and has enough space to hold one or two monitors. The workstation can elevate from 3 to 14" at 3, 6, 10, and 14" settings, enabling you to position it at a comfortable height.

  • Height adjustable from 3 to 14" at 3, 6, 10, and 14" settings
  • A single adjustment lever to help you quickly adjust your workspace height
  • Spring-assisted motion, designed to be fast, safe, and effective
  • Weighs just 21 lb, facilitating easy repositioning
  • No installation or assembly required
  • Four non-skid, non-scratch feet
UPC: 820103873307

Uncaged Ergonomics Changedesk Specs

General
TypeDesk Conversion Platform
Desktop DimensionsW: 27.5 x L: 19.5" / W: 69.8 x L: 49.5 cm
Height Adjustment Range3.0 to 14.0" / 7.6 to 35.6 cm
Mount
Number of Monitors Supported2
Physical
Surface Color/FinishBlack
Material of ConstructionMDF, Steel
Load Capacity25 lb / 11.34 kg (Maximum)
Weight21 lb / 9.53 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight25.775 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)29 x 21.7 x 4.1"
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