What to know before you buy Jarvis Crank-Powered Standing Desk Frame Only
Height adjustable desk frame from 27.5" to 46" without top Supports table tops from 48" - 70" wide and 30" deep with telescoping crossbar top not included Sit-stand desk frame supports 150lb lifting capacity Industry-leading warranty: 7 years on all frame and mechanical components 3.25 revolutions per inch of travel 60 crank rotations to travel full height range
Is this what you need when you buy Jarvis Crank-Powered Standing Desk Frame Only?
To better serve the traditionalists, minimalists, and deal-seekers, we are pleased to introduce the Jarvis Crank-Powered desk frame, which boasts the same award-winning craftsmanship, design, and adjustability as our other Jarvis standing desks, without the plug.With its sturdy hand crank, the Jarvis Crank-Powered desk frame can be easily adjusted from 27 to 46 inches one inch with every three rotations. Similar to the Jarvis Electric standing desk frame, its lifting column is wider at the bottom to make a more grounded, less wobbly, top heavy desk. And its 150-pound lifting capacity is more than enough for most needs.Add adjustable and standing to just about any surface with a Jarvis Crank-Powered desk frame. Among the many clever customer ideas we ve seen: DIY adjustable standing butcher block table, DIY adjustable standing synthesizer stand, DIY adjustable standing radio host podium, or you know, the classic DIY adjustable height standing desk.Own top specificationsThe Jarvis Crank-Powered desk frame adjusts between 46 and 68 wide. We recommend leaving 1 of desk top overhang on each side, and caution against leaving greater than 4 of overhang. Minimum top size: 48 x30 Maximum top size: 76 x30
Customer reviewsExcellent quality, stability, and durability for a reasonable price
I have back problems that make it difficult for me to sit for more than 20 minutes or so at a time, and actually damages my back when I do. I hadn t used my office at home for at least a year, and further, didn t really have a workspace at home anymore that could accommodate my needs. I have a VariDesk at work and it s nice enough, though personally more than I wanted to pay for what I was getting. I almost ordered one when I realized I hadn t really investigated other manufacturers yet. I did some Googling and found some brands with odd sounding names, different formats i.e. full desks and frames in hand crank or electric, etc , and mediocre reviews. One of them linked me to Amazon and I started browsing here for ones with 4 stars or more. I know this probably sounds like useless information but bear with me I m trying to make a point. Somewhere not too far down in the list of of products returned, I found a Jarvis electric full desk. It had great reviews, was endorsed by a popular tech magazine, made of premium materials, and the price was spot on what I felt was reasonable. After reading all about it I decided this was the manufacturer and product I wanted, but was curious if they sold a hand crank frame having learned from my searches this format could be an option . My current desk was actually a kitchen table and has some sentimental value to it. I would hate to have to get rid of it. My next search of Amazon returned this frame. It had everything I was looking for, including the hand crank for which I generally prefer the reliability of a purely mechanical device vs electric, and I will rarely change the height once set. The frame arrived quickly after ordering.