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Flexispot F3M Compact Standing Desk Converter

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Flexispot F3M Compact Series Sit-Stand Desk Converter

The F3 series has been discontinued, and replaced by the new and improved Flexispot M5 and M5M

The Flexispot F3M Compact Series Desk Riser is the perfect sit-stand desk when space is limited - or when you don't want to lose too much desk space you already have.  At only 20" deep, the F3M fits in just about any tight space, including reception desks, short counters, tight corners, and on any surface restricted by a wall or partition.

Despite it's compact size, the F3M's work surface is still large enough to support 2 small to midsize monitors, with some left over work space - or you can pair it with a Loctek D5 monitor arm for multiple monitor options.

The Flexispot F3M also offers a negative sloping keyboard, which helps put your wrist in a healthy ergonomic position - especially for taller users.  As an added bonus, the keyboard can be flipped all the way up and out of the way, when not in use.

Features

    • Save space, or fit in tight spots, thanks to compact size
    • Advanced wrist ergonimcs, thanks to negative sloping keyboard tray
    • Flip keyboard tray out of the way when not in use
    • Simple one-step assembly
    • Compatible with ergonomic monitor mounts
    • Available in four size options:
      • Flexispot F3 - 27" wide
      • Flexispot F3M - 32" wide


    Specifications

    Desk Width

    32”

    Necessary Table Depth

    20”

    Full Depth

    29” (including keyboard tray)

    Height Range

    6” – 17”

    Loading Capacity

    33 Lbs

    Warranty

    5 yr

       

      Customer Reviews

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      K
      K.B.
      A vertical cheer!

      Since I installed my Flexispot, I have indulged my penchant for standing at the computer. Then at the end of a hard working day in retirement, it is good to sit down and review the New York times headlines.
      There is something smooth and sexy about how the device moves up and down. It's smooth and just stiff enough to assure one that this is a well built and strong device that will not soon fail in its reassuring action.
      The machine is heavy and difficult to remove from the box and move to the desk-- a problem for a 92 year old guy. But the heaviness is part of the overall sense of good quality of construction. And once in place an released from its bonds it is a sweet thing to work with.
      Thanks for the care it took to design and build this very useful device.
      Kevin Bunnell
      Boulder, CO

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      C.H.
      Good desk for standing!

      I liked it. The only part I am not happy with is that convert back to a sitting position requires disconnecting the keyboard stand.