The FlexiSpot M2 Standing Desk Converter is truly the best all around desk converter on the market. Unlike other popular standing desk converters that swing up and away from your desk in the top position, the Flexispot 35 offers a more intelligent vertical lifting system that, that helps keep you closer to your work, saves space in your office, and removes the risk of tipping. The Flexispot was also designed with a comparably deep work surface and a wide keyboard, to allow room for things like note taking, reference documents... or maybe just a cup of coffee! The point is, you don't have to leave your work on the table next to you - It can move up and down with you, for better work efficiency. This may not sound like much, but over the course of days and weeks, you will be thankful you have it.
The lifting motion on the Flexispot 35 is quite smooth and quiet, thanks to 2 quality gas springs, and the desk offers 12 height adjustment settings up to 20" high. That's one of the highest adjustment ranges in the industry. So, for those of you around and over 6' - the Flexispot has you covered.
|Model Number||M2B, M2W, M2MG, M2RW|
|Depth||31 inches (including keyboard tray)|
|Required Table Depth||23 inches|
|Work Surface||35 inches x 24 inches|
|Keyboard Tray||35 inches x 12 inches (narrows to 8 inches at sides)|
|Height Range||6 inches - 20 inches|
|Loading Capacity||35 lbs.|
Setting up your Flexispot 35 is easy (no tools required), but for more detailed information, please reference the Flexispot M2 Assembly Instructions.
The standing desk is amazing, specially for the people with the back problems
Flexispot M2 35 inch Standing Desk Converter
My boss finally was able to "afford' this sit stand desk for me after getting a Dr. script for my bad back(from 10 years sitting at desk compressing your spinal disks). It was on a really good sale (+no shipping) and literally cost 1/2 as much as the top recognized name brand out there, so my boss agreed. I've been using it for a week and a half and i love it. I got the 35" since that is my whole work space area in front of me at my L -shaped desk, so it fits my monitor, desk calendar, electric and non electric calculators, and paper document holder on top of the desk. The keyboard holder is large enough to fit my keyboard(and wrist rest pad) and mouse (and mouse pad) no problem. I did have to move my computer tower with all the chords from under my side desk to under the desk in front of me but i still have 16" wide leg room. i do have a supermaster plug in extension with 6 plug ins only a foot or so from the wall so i am lucky there. i can easily stand up the desk with no problem with normal chords here. i did have to bump up my chair a little to sit down to have good ergonomic posture with the slightly now raised keyboard area like only 1/2 inch higher. He also bought me a standing mat from like Costco type store which is light to move to the side when sit back down(may get a topo mat later on my own since they're more expensive--Topo mini by Ergodriven seemed like the best one for me. The one funny thing to note is that my boss and i were trying to lift up the desk for like 20 minutes with no luck before he pressed down on the desk first and then it released so that we were able to lift up the desk.Which of course you remember to do after, but it's not really told to you to do so in the beginning that i can recall seeing on video or reading about. Can't beat what you get in this desk for the money, and i researched them all. Looking forward to less back problems.Thank you Flexispot and Standing Desk Nation!
I have had this product for a little over two weeks. I have had acl/mcl surgery on my right knee almost two years ago. Sitting for long periods has my knee swelling or locking up. My lower back aches as well.
Since getting this Flexispot 35" Sit to Stand desk, my productivity and focus has increased. My knee is doing very well and my back doesn't ach as much. The comfort matt is a must to make this product live up to it's reputation. Raising the desk is soo simple and easy. I am a woman, 5'7 and can easily raise or lower the desk with very little exertion.
I love the option to stand while working and doing my non-ending administrative work and the option to lower the desk to take a long conference call or even to stand during the call and continue working.
It took me less than 5 minutes to get the Flexispot on my desk and insert the keyboard portion. Remember, get at least a 10 foot monitor port cord and a 10 foot power cord. With out these two cords, you are limited on how high you raise your desk, unless you have a power strip screwed in higher on your actual desk.
If you are interested in a product such as this, do it and reap the benefits of better focus and energy minus physical aches and pains.
The only reason I didn’t give 5 stars was the lever to raise/lower the desk is a bit tougher than I would have expected. I had a recent I injury to my right hand before I got the desk and as a result can’t operate it one handed.....that being a temporary situation I watched my husband raise and lower it 2 handed and it seems very easy. I do like the desk very much and have recommended it to my other work at home coworkers.