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Conset 501-27 Adjustable Desk

  • Conset 501-27 Desk, Adjustable Desk
  • Conset 501-27 Adjustable Desk rear angle
  • Conset 501-27 Adjustable Desk table edge
  • Conset 501-27 Adjustable Desk sitting
  • Conset 501-27 Adjustable Desk foot
Price:
$595.00
Weight:
60.00 LBS
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Product Description

The Conset 501-27 adjustable desk is a great ergonomic desk that will help productivity and your mind and body all at once. This is the most popular Conset model because of it's increased lifting capacity of 220 pounds and the adjustable range of height is also more versatile at 21 - 47 inches. We have a large selection of table top sizes and shapes that aren't listed on this site. Please call us for any table tops that you don't see here. 

  501-27 501-32
    Lifting Capacity 220 lbs       176 lbs
    Height Adjustability Range 21" - 47" 26" - 45"

Conset 501-27 Options

Table Size

Dimensions Model
42” W x 24” D  42-24
48'' W x 24'' D (+$30.00) 48-24
60'' W x 24'' D (+$55.00) 60-24
72'' W x 24'' D (+$80.00) 72-24
42'' W x 30'' D (+$20.00) 42-30
48'' W x 30'' D (+$40.00) 48-30
60'' W x 30'' D (+$55.00) 60-30
66'' W x 30'' D (+$70.00) 66-30
72'' W x 30'' D (+$90.00) 72-30
84'' W x 30'' D (+$130.00) 84-30

 

Table Finish Color

          Beech VeneerMaple Veneer +$25.00
     Conset 501-27

Base Color

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Casters

  • Without Casters - standard frame comes without casters.
  • Include Locking Casters (+$30.00) - casters are wheels at the bottom of the frame that make it easier to scoot your desk around.

 


Conset 501-27 Specifications

Adjustment Type Electrical, no presets
Max Height 47 inches
Lowest Height 21 inches
Lifting Capacity 220 pounds
Lift Speed 1 inch per second
Table Top Shape Rectangular
Table Top Covers Beech or Maple
Base Bottom Bracket 22 1/8 inches
Base Top Bracket 17 11/16 inches
Environmental No quantifiable metrics
Power Needs 80 Watts while in use, 1 Watt in standby
Desk Weight 60 pounds
Product Code 501-27
Manufacturer Conset
Shipping Time 2-3 Weeks
Made in Denmark

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Article

What is more ergonomic, a rectangular or L shaped desk?

The standard desk used in offices for decades has been the rectangular model. However, with the advent of the computer, the L-Shaped desk began to appear, offering more features and work space for a user. Ergonomically, though, the two designs have different impact on the body.

The L-Shaped Desk

The L-shape desk is designed via the addition of a shallow branch attached to a main rectangular desk. The units typically sit now either into the corner of a cubicle system or the corner of an office, with cabinets above for additional storage. Because the L-shape system offers more counter space, it can be beneficial for housing more materials on the desk surface itself as well as providing more work space for utilization. However, the L-shape desk typically comes with a surface height higher than what is comfortable for people to use a keyboard with. Either a keyboard bay has to be installed at a lower level or the person ends up with crunched shoulders working with arms raised to high.

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Warranty Information

Two and Five Years Manufacturer's Limited Warranty:

* 2 years warranty on motor from original date of purchase
* 5 years warranty on frame from original date of purchase
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Product Reviews

  1. Quality Product and the Right Price 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jul 2013

    First disclosure - I didn't want to spend more than $700 on a desk. However, once I started researching online, it became apparent that there wasn't a quality adjustable desk (frame and top) under $1,000. My selection was dramatically narrowed down. After talking to customer service at a few online shops, I decided this brand was right for me. It basically came down to price and durability. This desk can lift a fair amount of weight and is relatively cheap. I've had it for a couple months and so far so good. It doesn't have the design or features of another desk, but it simply works and I love standing. I didn't think I would stand this much, but it personally feels much better. I'm 6 foot tall and my knees to get close to the bar under the frame. I also purchased a cheap table top and screwed it on myself. This saved me a few hundred bucks. Overall, this desk works and was the right price for me. I think it's a solid value.