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[Costco] Costco.ca: Seville Classics Modern Black Height Adjustable Electric Desk $299.99

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[Costco] Costco.ca: Seville Classics Modern Black Height Adjustable Electric Desk $299.99

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Here’s the white desk:

https://www.costco.ca/seville-classics- ... 78948.html
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rockxxxlee wrote: been debating between this and https://www.primecables.ca/p-362358-cab ... rimecables + a iKea top
the primecables one is on sale every other month at $199
Does anyone know whether we could change the table top on the Costco Seville one
The controller is built into it so I think if you need another size desk top it would be much better to go with the prime cable or similar
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Mar 26, 2011
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I have never seen the one with dual motors from prime cables less than $300 but I could be wrong. The one that comes on sale for $229 is with the single motor. The prime cables desk with the dual motors can go lower in height as compared to the one with the single motor. I see that one from Costco has dual motors but only will go as low as 29”. I wonder if I can install my own keyboard tray.
The price for Costco one is excellent though
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Aug 20, 2019
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whitby
Don’t buy this model, I had to buy and return( which was a pin- very heavy) This is
Not as good as the other one in Costco tresanti

They touch buttons don’t work as good. To raise and lower the desk you have to keep holding the touch button all the way up the whole time and down as well
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29" minimum height is considered quite high for any one like under 5"11.
"If you make a mistake but then change your ways, it is like never having made a mistake at all" - Confucius
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Is this enough to fit a keyboard and monitor with that 24" width...seems like it's not deep enough.
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stovetop wrote: Is this enough to fit a keyboard and monitor with that 24" width...seems like it's not deep enough.
Yes, I have an ikea desk that is 24 inches deep and 48 inches wide. Usually these are standard sizes. I must add though that I have separate slide out keyboard tray.
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Mar 26, 2011
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1xTiMeR wrote: 29" minimum height is considered quite high for any one like under 5"11.
Agreed. One would need an under-mount keyboard tray. I wonder if one can install a keyboard tray with this one
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shriap wrote: I have never seen the one with dual motors from prime cables less than $300 but I could be wrong. The one that comes on sale for $229 is with the single motor. The prime cables desk with the dual motors can go lower in height as compared to the one with the single motor. I see that one from Costco has dual motors but only will go as low as 29”. I wonder if I can install my own keyboard tray.
The price for Costco one is excellent though
primecables had them for 250$ each in a duo deal.
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also the depth of this desk is only 24", i think that's too cramped, try to find something with at least 29", it will be much more comfortable to use and will allow you to adjust your monitors forward or back for optimal viewing distance
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KarthikA40261 wrote: They touch buttons don’t work as good. To raise and lower the desk you have to keep holding the touch button all the way up the whole time and down as well
You won't need to hold the touch button if you use the memory presets for your preferred heights. And there's 3 presets you can set.
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KarthikA40261 wrote: Don’t buy this model, I had to buy and return( which was a pin- very heavy) This is
Not as good as the other one in Costco tresanti

They touch buttons don’t work as good. To raise and lower the desk you have to keep holding the touch button all the way up the whole time and down as well
I just bought the tresanti one but haven't set it up yet... Was debating buying this one because it's now $70 less and looks similar but doesn't have the crossbar to slam my shins into. What makes the tresanti one better in your opinion?
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New to standing desks:

1. Are these sold in store as well? If so, are prices lower there?
2. My current desk is 29in. so the low end is no issue, is the 47in. high end tall enough for a 6'1" person?

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