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Using a standing desk has numerous advantages, including reduced back and neck pain, increased calorie burn, and improved attention and productivity.
But, with so many options, how do you choose a stand up desk? To get you started, we wanted to share our best tips for purchasing a standing desk. If you follow these steps, you will have a good chance of finding the ideal model for your requirements.
We also recommend that you read our Standing Desk Buying Guide, Home Office Design Planner, and Stand Up Desk Guide to Better Posture.
Choosing the Best Standing Desk Converter or Best Standing Desk in your specific situation
Decide whether or not to keep your current desk.
It is not necessary to buy a new desk to be able to switch between sitting and standing.
A height adjustable desk is a device that sits on top of your existing desk and converts it into a height-adjustable desk in a matter of seconds. Other benefits of stand up desk converters include their lower cost and the fact that most come pre-assembled.
If you want something completely different, a dedicated full-sized electric desk is the way to go. While it may cost a few dollars more, a custom-built solution is available.
Examine Desk Specifications After Measuring Your Workspace
"Measure twice, cut once," as seasoned carpenters advise. In other words, by ensuring that the desk will fit in the space designated for it, you can reduce your chances of purchasing the incorrect desk.
Consider the following when shopping for a sit-stand desk converter:
Take measurements of your desktop's width and depth.
Examine the product page for the converter you intend to purchase.
Check the requirements section to ensure that the dimensions of the converter do not exceed the dimensions of your desktop.
If you decide on a full-size standing L shapped desk, take measurements of your workstation's width and depth.
Look over the product page for the desk you want to purchase.
Check the requirements section to ensure that the dimensions of the desktop do not exceed the dimensions of your workspace.
Helpful Tip: When it comes to depth, remember that you must also fit in the area!
Consider Potential Workspace Obstructions
Because an adjustable height desk moves up and down, other factors must be considered when determining whether the desk will "fit" in the space. Here are some questions to think about:
Is there any way to keep the desk from rising?
Is there a wall or post that could block access to something like a desk's hand-crank adjustment?
Is there anything in my office that could prevent the desk from lowering?
Is it possible that I won't be able to find an outlet close enough to power an electric adjustable desk?
Is my current workstation oddly shaped (e.g., a corner desk) in such a way that it would obstruct the converter's fitment?
Make sure the desk is a good fit for you.
The vast majority of adjustable standing desks with drawers are designed to accommodate the vast majority of users comfortably. If you are particularly tall or short, make certain that it can be raised and lowered to the heights required for both sitting and standing. Here's how to find out:
Select your preferred sitting and standing heights.
While sitting or standing, measure the distance between your elbow and the floor.
Look over the product page for the desk or converter you want to purchase.
Check the specifications section to find out what the product's maximum and minimum heights are.
Standing desks small are measured vertically.
Stand-up desk converters are measured from the desktop (so you must also factor in the height of your current desk).
If the maximum and minimum height ranges of the desk accommodate your measured sitting and standing elbow heights, the desk will fit.
Helpful For added height flexibility, some desk types can be raised or lowered 2" to 3" by adding or removing wheels.
Check out our Stand Up Desk Posture Guide for more information on desk fit.
Determine which features your desk must have to meet your needs.
Although an entire blog post could be dedicated to this topic, we believe it is appropriate to mention features here. Why? It is not the right desk for you if it does not meet your requirements for ergonomics, usability, mobility, and other factors. Consider the following features:
What is the desk made of?
The desk can be easily moved thanks to locking casters (wheels).
Furniture feet may help keep the desk in place on a slick floor.
Elevation mechanism
Electric with programmable memory keypad to access your preferred settings Push-button electric operation
The use of dual electric motors increases lift capacity.
Hand crank for convenience and cost-effectiveness
Pneumatic for speed
Manual (tool adjustability) for convenience
Use a fixed height to save money (the desk cannot be raised or lowered).
Desktop layout
A two-tiered desktop elevates monitors to a more comfortable viewing distance from the keyboard.
A single level desktop provides convenience and a large amount of usable desktop space (ideal for laptop users).
MDF is the most cost-effective material.
For a striking appearance, use solid wood.
Reclaimed wood provides environmental benefits as well as a one-of-a-kind appearance.
Administration of cables
Three-stage telescoping legs provide a greater range of height adjustment.