Lift

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Clark Wimberly@clarklab · UX Designer
Would love to see a video of someone easily moving it with a fullsize monitor on top (like all the product shots show). Because probably not.
Greg GilbertHunter@gregoiregilbert · I make products and run companies.
@clarklab agreed. I was thinking the same :)
Greg GilbertHunter@gregoiregilbert · I make products and run companies.
I started using a standing desk 3 years ago and I could imagine going back to sitting all day. This seems like a very good solution for people who can't afford a two positions desk (sitting and standing). What do you think?
Dale-Kurt Murray@dalekurt · DevOps Engineer
It's ingenious, I'm on year two of using my standing desk which I had modeled from Tinkering Monkey's standing desk. I found it to help a great deal.
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
looks very nicely designed
@ChuckReynolds@chuckreynolds · build & track websites. cofounder Vuurr
comes with a free cubicle too!
Adrian Phillips@rustydingo · VP, Design
I've been using a standing desk and a sitting desk for over a year. While I really like having the ability to switch between the two, I leave my monitor and Wacom tablet on the standing desk and take my laptop to the sitting desk when I want to sit down. I like this product because it solves the issue of having all your hardware in the same place obviously saves space for those that don't have room for two separate desks. Would definitely echo Clark's (@clarklab) point of how easy it would be to move with a 27 - 30inch monitor or iMac slapped on top of it.
Brett deMarrais@brettdemarrais
@rustydingo I have been using Varidesk for a year and it works great with a full size monitor. Not as pretty as Lift though. nnwww.varidesk.com
Adrian Phillips@rustydingo · VP, Design
@BrettdeM thanks for the tip Brett. That looks like one solid piece of machinery right there.
Greg GilbertHunter@gregoiregilbert · I make products and run companies.
@BrettdeM Good alternative! Thanks for mentioning it