This sturdy desk is built to outlast years of coffee and hard work. You get a generous work surface and a clever solution to keep cords in place underneath.
10-year Warranty. Read about the terms in the warranty brochure.You can easily adjust the height of the desk between 24¾" and 50" by using the handle to get the best position for both sitting and standing.It’s easy to keep your desk neat and tidy with the cable management net under the table top.The veneer surface is durable, stain resistant and easy to keep clean.Contoured table top; provides support to the wrists and forearms when writing.This desk has been tested for office use and meets the requirements for durability and stability set forth in the following standards: EN 527-2 and ANSI/BIFMA X5.5.This desk can be controlled remotely by your smart phone or tablet. Download the “Desk Control” app and it will take you through the installation process.Designer
Particle- and fibreboard with honeycomb paper filling (100% recycled paper), Ash veneer, Stain, Clear acrylic lacquer, Plastic edging
Tabletop/sit/stand underframe for table topCheck regularly that all assembly fastenings are properly tightened and retighten when necessary.
TabletopWe want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.By using fibreboard with a particle board frame and honeycomb paper as filling material in this product, we use less wood per product. That way, we take better care of resources.By using particle board with a slice of wood as top layer instead of solid wood only in this product, we use less wood per product. That way, we take better care of resources.
Best Sit Stand Desk. Look no further. Periodkc973My primary concern in a sit/stand desk was wobble issue. Almost every desk review I came across had this issue. The brands researched were Jarvis, VariDesk, VertDesk, NewHeights, XDesk Terra and Uplift. Wobble was something common to all these brands (note these are much expensive brands than Ikea). There is another Canadian brand called Ergonofis with excellent reviews where users have mostly focused on its aesthetics and I could not find any review with wobble issues. However, having done so much research I came to a conclusion that desks with just two T shaped legs combined with a longer heavier top was simply not good enough to prevent wobble when raised to a certain height. This height varied between 45 to 47 inches and upwards as per my research. This left me to go for a desk with 4 legs but there are not enough except for Uplift. Uplift, however, is a company based in Texas and shipping a heavy desk across the border would have not only set me back CAD $800 in shipping charges but also import taxes/duties. This was a major deterrent! I finally shifted my focus to Ikea. I always knew they sell these types of desks and what better way to test drive by visiting one of their stores. There was just one problem. The stores are closed due to Covid-19 crisis except for Click and Collect. Disappointed I started going through the different models on their website when IDASEN design caught my eye. It’s not a four-legged desk but a two legged but what is so different is the IDASEN has legs shaped like an inverted triangle with a heavy vertical metal bar going through its middle. What does this mean? I’m not a structural engineer but researching for days it was evident that Ikea’s design was far more superior than any of their own 2-legged desks or their competitors. Just for the photo one can tell that wobble would not be that much of an issue and in fact the unique shape would provide superior stability. I just had to try it out. The desk was delivered in one business day and right on time. Assembling was not very easy nor very difficult but having two persons would have really helped me as the legs/frame are super heavy (for a reason). Once the main frame (backbone) was assembled, the rest became easy. It took me about hour and a half to get this thing assembled and working. You don’t require any tools other than a screwdriver. But having a drill with the right Allen key would probably reduce assembly time well under an hour. Some of the users have complained about misalignment of the holes but I did not experience that at all. The bonus: the desk up and down movement can be controlled entirely by Bluetooth. While the instructions are extremely vague and even I had trouble locating the Bluetooth button on the device, but googling I found what I was looking for. After than everything was a breeze. I strongly recommend Ikea to update their manuals or provide a separate leaflet with detailed instructions on how to set up the Bluetooth functionality as this should be seen as one of the best-selling features and a function many people will look for in a sit/stand desk and adore. Also adding a Bluetooth icon next to IDASEN desk models on your website will make this desk stand out! I do not regret that I was not able to get Uplift desk as originally planned as finding that the motors used in Ikea desk is Linpak, Denmark which has far superior reviews that those made by Jiechang. The desk also has a solid 10-year warranty and well under my budget. I would have given this desk a 10-star rating if able to!5
Screw hole on the board is misaligned by 2cmMyFirstIkeaReviewI needed a sit/stand desk and this one looked like a compromise between price and quality/style. The assembly was a nightmare because of misaligned screw holes on the metal pieces and finally on the board. The screw holes are misaligned by 2cm. I had to drill new holes on the board. (With power drill purchased in Ikea as well before, whose drill bits broke into 2 pieces. I had to use one good half that's left.) Good luck assembling this piece of garbage. I think the designer of this piece should assemble it (following their own manual) to see if things really work.1
On my third replacementEmilationsPros: great looking desk that blends in perfectly in a living room as a dining room table. The desk is sturdy and does not wobble or dance at its highest level. Cons: Only up and down control with no easy acceleration feature. No position memory feature meaning you would have to keep you hand on the controller until the table reaches your desired height. The motors are also on the weaker side. Initial purchase: The motor mechanism was grinding at the lowest height setting. I decide to replace the mechanism after 8 months of the initial purchase. Replacement #1: The second replaced by warranty had weak motors. The motors now make a weak winding noise as if the table is too heavy for the motors. I would describe the motor function as if they were low on battery. The desk still made a grinding noise but now at the top. I though I might have had gotten a defective unit. So I go back to IKEA for another replacement. Replacement #2: The third unit was also weak in terms of power. The initial unit was much stronger and did not make a winding noise when commanding the desk upwards. Might there be a defective batch of standing desks? The ones at the showroom do not also have this issue. Issue best described as if the empty desk already had 70kg of weight on it. I will ask for a replacement once again in a couple of month to rule out batch related issues. Service: The service at IKEA was excellent. The accommodation of both agents at the counter was effective and professional. The waiting in line for both service were around an hour each.2