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Sit-Stand Dual-Motor Height Adjustable ADR Gaming Desk Frame, Electric-White - $327.99

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[Shopper+] Sit-Stand Dual-Motor Height Adjustable ADR Gaming Desk Frame, Electric-White - $327.99

Lowest discounted price on original price I have seen as it is normally discounted to ~$360 or $350.

Very hot deal if could take further 20% off if you have that coupon available in your account bringing the price to $262.

20%off additional coupon is YMMV and applicable only if you have it pre-loaded in your account as a promotion
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Aug 11, 2007
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Lowest?
Wasn't this one sold below $299?
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May 18, 2009
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Unfortunately my wife and I already bought ours last year at the $299 price. I can confirm this price does work with the 20% off coupon pre-loaded on the account, that is definitely (or at least close to) the ATL if you have it available to you.
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Oct 14, 2014
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I've been watching the standing desk market for years, but still haven't bought one. I just can't understand this obsession the market seems to have with electrical/motorized operation (vs. for example the manual IKEA standing desks, for usually hundreds less). How often per day do people really change between sitting and standing? In a previous house I built a fixed position standing desk and never cared to sit while working for months. I walked around whenever I wanted a break, or would go sit on the couch for a couple minutes.
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Nov 24, 2012
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If anyone is interested, I got this including a comfort mat for $306+ tax.

Box opened but I haven't put it together. Looking to sell it for cost. Located downtown Toronto.
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How is this a gaming desk?
"And if you don't know, now you know"
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lefroset wrote: I've been watching the standing desk market for years, but still haven't bought one. I just can't understand this obsession the market seems to have with electrical/motorized operation (vs. for example the manual IKEA standing desks, for usually hundreds less). How often per day do people really change between sitting and standing? In a previous house I built a fixed position standing desk and never cared to sit while working for months. I walked around whenever I wanted a break, or would go sit on the couch for a couple minutes.
Then you don't need it. Everybody is different.
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I bought this frame couple of years ago. It needs the top. Beware it's not a desk, it's a frame. Mine is very unreliable. When I raise it it randomly stops in the middle of the way and backs down. It seems like it thinks it hit some barrier. I have to press the preset button several times to raise it while it's doing this. Eventually it rises to the preset but it takes some effort. It's not supposed to be like that. No problem to lower it down. Looks like the motors are weak. I wouldn't buy this and look for something more reliable.
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OP, that is a pretty big if on applying the 20% discount. Otherwise the price is not that great.
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BarcaFan wrote: If anyone is interested, I got this including a comfort mat for $306+ tax.

Box opened but I haven't put it together. Looking to sell it for cost. Located downtown Toronto.
What colour is the frame, black or white?
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I seem to have a 15%off coupon that works with this. It isn't 20%, bit others may benefit from using that.
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I had a crank ikea desk at work and it was very wobbly. And it’s a looot of work, even moving it twice a day was a pain.
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Russell wrote: I seem to have a 15%off coupon that works with this. It isn't 20%, bit others may benefit from using that.
Mind sharing the code if it is not a single use one?
Koodo $40/6GB
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Fido $0.00/4GB+tablet
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Aug 27, 2014
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DanielO46409 wrote: I had a crank ikea desk at work and it was very wobbly. And it’s a looot of work, even moving it twice a day was a pain.
Plus the crank desks broke so often at my work. That backing piece/washer would always fail
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May 26, 2012
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Will the 98" karlby counter top work on this? Specs say 71" as the width, but wondering if anyone has had success with the karlby.
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Mar 26, 2005
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Thanks OP! I had a 20% off coupon and bought one. Was eyeing this a week ago, but the sale ended... Glad you pointed out that it was back on!
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alpovs wrote: I bought this frame couple of years ago. It needs the top. Beware it's not a desk, it's a frame. Mine is very unreliable. When I raise it it randomly stops in the middle of the way and backs down. It seems like it thinks it hit some barrier. I have to press the preset button several times to raise it while it's doing this. Eventually it rises to the preset but it takes some effort. It's not supposed to be like that. No problem to lower it down. Looks like the motors are weak. I wouldn't buy this and look for something more reliable.
You could have contacted them and get it replaced.
Mine works fine, it stops and doesn't lower by itself.
Try contacting them and see what they say.
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6twosix wrote: Will the 98" karlby counter top work on this? Specs say 71" as the width, but wondering if anyone has had success with the karlby.
You could go a bit over 71 inches and have overhang. You are looking at 27 inches over spec. That is about a foot of overhang on each end. Now, if the countertop is strong and you don't put a lot of weight on the overhang portion, it still might be fine.
Koodo $40/6GB
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Fido $0.00/4GB+tablet
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Russell wrote: I seem to have a 15%off coupon that works with this. It isn't 20%, bit others may benefit from using that.
Is your code single-use? If not, can you share?

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