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The DeskRite 300 Electric Height Adjustable Sit-Stand Base from Posturite provides users with the option of regularly changing their work posture throughout the day. With an adjustable height ranging from 27.6" to 45.25", the DeskRite 300 offers an extensive range of users the freedom to easily transition between sitting, leaning or standing positions.
Note: It is important to add the thickness of the table top to the frame height to determine the final working height.
The DeskRite 300 frame is adjustable in width from 41.3" to 68.9" and can accommodate tops from 23" to 30" in depth. A simple two-button control lets users raise or lower the desk at 0.6" per second and the 132 pound lift capacity is sufficient for most applications.
The DeskRite 300 is built from easily-recyclable aluminum and is equipped with a motor which can be replaced with minimal disruption to the workspace should there be a need. In spite of the light weight of the aluminum frame the DeskRite offers rigidity and stability comparable to many other common steel sit-stand frames which possess greater mass. The DeskRite is a perfect way to repurpose an existing desktop to create a custom sit-stand workstation. If you do not have access to an existing top you may wish to consider one of these Table Top options.
Multiple Working Postures
- The DeskRite 300 frame enables users to sit, lean or stand during their daily work. Transitioning between these positions encourages greater activity in the work place, bringing associated health benefits as workers are able to move away from a completely sedentary environment. Note:
The lowest height setting is suitable for individuals 5’10” or higher; shorter individuals may need to raise their chair and use a foot rest.
Infinitely Adjustable, Effortless Height Adjustment
- The base provides infinite adjustment of height from 27.6" to 45.25", allowing users to precisely adjust the height of the worksurface to the optimal height for the desired workstation configuration (sitting, standing, or anything in-between).
No Need to Reduce Size of Worksurface
- Purchasing a complete desk solution allows the user to keep their existing desk size; in many cases they can even re-use their current desk top with the purchase of the base alone. (Most other solutions force users to compromise: to achieve adjustability they must introduce add-on products—which are generally more limited in size—and give up available work surface.)
- Attractive Modern Styling: The DeskRite 300 features silver brushed aluminum legs and privacy bar with matte silver aluminum feet.
- Aluminum Construction: Unlike most other frames the DeskRite 300 frame is formed from easily-recylable aluminum. Despite this providing a lower mass the DeskRite 300 assembles to create a sturdy frame which matches heavier steel frames for rigidity.
- Supports Wide Range of Tops: The DeskRite 300 is adjustable in width from 41.3" to 68.9". This means it can easily accommodate tops ranging from 43" to 71" in width. Tops as shallow as 23" can be mounted with the frame providing optimum balance for 30" depths.
- Dual Nesting Columns: The nested telescoping legs provide for an adjustment ranging from 27.6" to 45.25" (not including top thickness).
- Adjustable Feet: The base includes adjustable feet which can be adjusted to ensure the base is level and to compensate for imperfections of the floor.
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DeskRite 300 Electric Height Adjustable Sit-Stand Base Shown with Optional Top
DeskRite 300 Electric Height Adjustable Sit-Stand Base for Sitting or Standing
DeskRite 300 Electric Height Adjustable Sit-Stand Base - Simple 2-Button Control
- Height Range: 27.6" to 45.25"
- Width: 41.3" to 68.9"
- Depth (Feet): 27"
- Depth (Table Supports): 21.75" (accommodates tops from 23" to 30" in depth
- Rate of Height Adjustment: 0.6" (16 mm) / second
- Maximum Load: 132 lbs (60 kg)
- Frame Materials: Aluminum
- Warranty: 5 years
- Package Contents: DeskRite Frame, Controller, Power Supply and Cord, Assembly Hardware, Setup Guide
- Assembly Time: 15 - 30 minutes, 1 person.
- Tools Required: Allen keys, included
- Don't stand for too long. Certainly in the initial period, limit your standing to 15 to 20 minutes per session unless you are already used to extended standing.
- Switch! Set a notification on your computer or phone to remind you to switch between sitting and standing on a regular basis. Doing so will help you develop the habit of switching throughout the day.
- Don't just stand there! Try to consciously use your leg and core muscles as you stand. Allow your body to shift and especially make a point of moving and flexing your leg muscles. By doing so, you encourage healthy blood flow in the lower legs. This can help you avoid the problems that can arise when people stand for a long time without moving.
- Be sure to consider your height as you position your desk. Be aware that the height of your heels and even the time of day will affect your standing height. (Everyone is a tiny fraction shorter at the end of the day than they are in the morning.) Ensure that you adjust the desk accordingly to achieve a neutral posture.
- Try to avoid high heels if you plan to stand while you work. These will tire your feet and increase the risk of damage to the structures of your feet and lower leg.
- Consider an anti-fatigue mat. Many users find that standing is actually tiring, especially so with the hard surfaced floors on which most people work. The shortnap carpet that is common in many office or retail environments does little to mitigate the rigidity of the concrete it usually covers. A good anti-fatigue mat can leave you much less fatigued at the end of the day as it encourages flexing of the feet and lower leg muscles. If you wish to regularly switch between standing and sitting you will want a mat which can be easily moved when transitioning between the two positions.
- Try leaning. If you discover that you like working in an upright position but find that extended standing fatigues your body you may wish to consider one of the many seating options designed for working at elevated desks. These reduce the load on your feet by letting you transfer the majority of your weight to the seat. The 'almost upright' stance provides most of the mobility and range of movement that standing offers, while reducing the risk of fatigue. The leaning position also helps you transition effortlessly to a standing position. For available options, visit our Seating for Sit-Stand Workstations category.
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