XT - Standing Desk Top Extender

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Check out this standing desk top extender! Finally an easy and inexpensive ergonomic solution, combined with the heath benefits of a ready-to-go standing desk option!

Standing Desk Top Extender - Metal Version

• 4 Legs
• Medium Table Top

Adjust it till it fits your exact height, arm length, and head angle requirements. Or use it at home to hold your tablet or laptop while reading or watching a movie while on the couch or in bed. You won't know what you did without it.

Four leg versions have added height and adaptability, as well as the advantage of being able to go into a stronger 'square' formation for writing. The smaller table top is more portable and comfortably holds a keyboard or monitor. 

These metal versions have an attractive, more industrial look, and also boast a higher weight capacity of 15 kg, appropriate for most integrated systems.

• Choose from white or grey colour

• Adjusts to virtually any height or shape

• Tilts for ergonomic perfection

• Non-slip rubberized feet

• Locks into place

Use it at home....

• Sitting on a couch or in bed

• As a reading, eating, or work tray

• No-strain while watching movies from your laptop

• To hold recipes

Use it at the office....

• Transform any desk to a sit/stand desk

• As an extra shelf

• Use the second shelf as a mouse tray or extra storage

• As a monitor riser

Available in Black.

*Note leg count includes the table support leg.

TECHNICAL INFO:

  • Desktop/leg material: Magnalium
  • Desktop: 450x250mm
  • Folded Size: 560x300x40mm
  • Adjusted Height: 40-560mm
  • Applicable Laptops: 14.1"-17"
  • Load bearing: 15 kgs
  • Includes cooling holes
  • Also includes no-slip rubberized legs

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Vibration is not for everybody - please read our contraindications:
While T-Zone Vibration is very safe, there are some people who should not use vibration. If you: have active cancer, have an active herniated disc, have a pacemaker or other implants, have had recent surgery, have serious cardiac disease, or if you are pregnant (or think you might be). This list is not exhaustive and if you have any health conditions whatsoever, please discuss with your health care provider.

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