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Jan 28, 2009
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Been over a month and MotionGrey still has not given me a refund. Multiple emails back and forth with "Ali", but looks like they're just playing games now.

On the bright side, I noticed that PrimeCables 3 segment dual motor now has a 3 year warranty.
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Vietlord wrote: Been over a month and MotionGrey still has not given me a refund. Multiple emails back and forth with "Ali", but looks like they're just playing games now.

On the bright side, I noticed that PrimeCables 3 segment dual motor now has a 3 year warranty.
Time to call your bank and chargeback
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Vietlord wrote: Been over a month and MotionGrey still has not given me a refund. Multiple emails back and forth with "Ali", but looks like they're just playing games now.

On the bright side, I noticed that PrimeCables 3 segment dual motor now has a 3 year warranty.
That's inexcusable.. I notice primecables has rounded feet whereas progressivedesk has squared feet.
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So the consensus if you want a tabletop included is either autonomous or motiongrey?
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jokerswild1 wrote: So the consensus if you want a tabletop included is either autonomous or motiongrey?
Looking at MG prices, $130 for 60x30 i'd rather buy IKEA Linnmon for $50. They're basically the same in the sense that it's not solid wood and made up of some kind of particleboard or laminated top.

I wouldn't get a table top from them at $100+ prices, you can buy the frame and get a top cheaper elsewhere. IKEA, Lowes Acacia, to name a couple if you're looking for budget/value oriented table top.

Common to see table tops get damaged during transit at least with IKEA you can go pick it up and it'll be damage free. Heck head to the as is section and you might find a slightly dinged up table top for even cheaper.
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I received my 3 segment standard size desk today from MotionGrey. Upon assembly I noticed the holes for one of the legs didn't line up, so can't continue. I've contacted Support, did anyone else run into this issue?
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Jimboski wrote: Got a picture?
Here are the pictures I sent to support.
I tried switching the leg the other way, and on the other side the holes didnt line up. I took the good leg and places it on the other side and holes line up well. So it's just that one leg that has the problem.
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Just wanted to update, I received a response from Ali informing they will be shipping me a new leg, I hope the holes line up.
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Just assembled my fully jarvis standing desk with a 72''x30'' solid maple wood top made by @Jimboski.
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ryan914 wrote: Just assembled my fully jarvis standing desk with a 72''x30'' solid maple wood top made by @Jimboski.
Hi @ryan914 , did you pay shipment? I checked their page, it seems around $62+tax for shipping.
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ryan914 wrote: Just assembled my fully jarvis standing desk with a 72''x30'' solid maple wood top made by @Jimboski.
Nice table top and cable management there. Also some cute bunnies.
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wildhuman wrote: Hi @ryan914 , did you pay shipment? I checked their page, it seems around $62+tax for shipping.
Yes, I did. The best discount I found was the 5% email sign up.
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Aug 19, 2006
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Got my standing desk frame from @Jimboski Progressive Group Buy. Thanks again for organizing and arranging for pickup.

Moved my hardware onto the table; I'll need to figure out cable management over the next few days.

Just a quick review for those who are on the fence for Progressive:
- I was a bit skeptical prior to ordering because the company was unknown and there weren't many (if any) reviews.
- After setting it up and levelling the feet, it's quite stable. I only get a hint of front/back rocking when i purposely try, which is not a noticeable. There's barely any side-to-side wobble, but again that's only if i try to sway it.
- Setting up is pretty straight forward; 10 screws for each legs, 4 on the centre frame, 7 wood screws from frame to tabletop
- Black frame is matte powder coated

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ryan914 wrote: Yes, I did. The best discount I found was the 5% email sign up.
Thanks. But I even don't get sign up coupon.

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