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Self Adjustable Sit-Stand Tables - Crank and Electric Controlled

These rectangular tables (with table generally starting at 48" wide) are designed to quickly and easily adjust from a standing to sitting position and vice versa. Self height adjusting tables typically use either a hand crank or electric control and are primarily marketed to adults in office and home spaces. Within the past couple of years the price range on these tables are steadily dropping. As the standing movement continues to grow in the workplace, educators like myself are advocating for this furniture for students in K-12 learning spaces as well. 

People need to move to be productive. Common sense tells us that students need to stand and shift their weight during class time. So let's get students reading, writing, drawing, computing and collaborating while standing for part of their instructional day! 

A stand/sit table allows students options to sit using a height adjustable stool, or stand by using the adjustable table and pushing the stool to one side. The example shown below is a hand crank control that is more affordable than electric tables plus no cords to worry about.

Luxor 
STANDCF48-BK/TK - 48″ Crank Adjustable Stand Up Desk with Casters (Teak Top w/ Black Frame)


This table is available in 60" width.

Cost: Around $375 plus you need to add a wire management system like the IKEA SIGNUM above.

  • Overall dimensions of 47.25″W x 29.5″D with variable height between 29.5″- 45.25″H
  • Meets ANSI/BIFMA standards
  • Crank allows for effortless adjustment from sitting to standing
  • Durable steel frame with powder coat paint finish
  • Four 3″ furniture grade casters, two with locking brakes, for easy maneuverability and stability
  • Includes all hardware and tools required for assembly
  • Max Weight Capacity = 154 lbs.
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