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Considerations when Choosing Contuo Sit-stand Desk

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    Yes, height adjustability is highly recommended if you want a flexible workstation that accommodates all of your work and well-being needs. For example, when computing you may prefer one height; when reading or writing, another; talking on the phone, another; and so on. If more than one person may use it, adjustability becomes a necessity.

    Height range. BIFMA suggests an optimal range being 22.6″ to 48.7″ but it will depend upon the height and needs of the individual using the desk. If people are sharing the sit-stand desk then it’s best to find a desk with a large range. For info on measuring for a sit-stand desk

    Depth. A 30″ depth is advisable as a minimum but this is taking into consideration that people will want to spread out their work. If that’s not an issue you can look at smaller footprints. Additionally, bear in mind there are often multiple options for the shape of the work surface.

    Noise. Is the mechanism loud and disruptive or is it unobtrusive? When sit-stand desks are noisy they are often not utilized for fear of disturbing colleagues.

    Ease of movement. There are numerous ways to raise and lower desks, from hand cranks to electric or pneumatic lifts. The latter two being the most quiet, efficient, and easy to use.

    Speed. How quickly does it raise/lower. Obviously, the quicker the speed, the more often people will adjust their worksurfaces throughout the day.

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