This ergonomic standing desk has a modular design so that it can best fit anyone who uses it. The Perch desk has multiple wooden shelves that slat into its frame at varying levels, enabling users to shift where they put their monitor, mouse or keyboard. For instance, it makes much more sense to have the computer monitor at eye level while having the mouse below the shoulder increases comfort.
The Perch desk doesn't include any bolts or screws, making it easy to adjust when different people are using it or as personal preferences change with use. The ergonomic standing desk has a total of 100 different possible arrangements, including those that enable it to be a sitting desk as well. While standing desks are not a new phenomenon, taking electricity or nuts and bolts out of their design increases functionality.
This Ergonomic Standing Desk Fits Varying Heights and Preferences
Cadhla Gray — September 15, 2015 — Art & Design
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