Sit Stand Desk White 1400mm

RRP $799.00
$549.95 Inclusive GST
(You save $249.05 )
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RRP $799.00
$549.95 Inclusive GST
(You save $249.05 )
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RRP $799.00
$549.95 Inclusive GST
(You save $249.05 )


Create a healthy workplace environment from sitting and standing working routine. Without having to consume time and manually adjust height these sit and stand desk can adjust it in press of a button. These height adjustable desk is a great representative on how modern office should fit out and taking ergonomic, health and well being as center stage.  

Sit stand desk is all about improving our work flow, health and productivity, by clicking in to your preset height, it will change your desk height in seconds. 


  • Desk measures 1400x750x18mm in white finish
  • Ergonomic curve edge table finish
  • Predrilled holes on desk for easy assembling
  • Features cable management hole on table top
  • Scratch resistance melamine finish MFC board 
  • Max load 150kg
  • Height adjustment at 40mm per second 
  • Height adjustment from 640-1290mm
  • Anti collision setting programmed to avoid chair and under table cabinet collision
  • Intelligent control box with Hall Sensor and programmable 4-memory keypads to support multi user.
  • Dual Motor mechanism- Quiet, soft and synchronous start/stop motoring in each leg, no trembling
  • Three segment desk legs frame- Wider variety height to be reach and more stable at rised height.   
  • Width adjustable desk frame from 1050-1600mm to support different size desk table
  • 10 years warranty




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  • 4
    Sit stand desk

    Posted by Lynn on 4th Jun 2020

    This desk is amazing. I love the automatic/electronic height adjustment. I also love that you an opt for the 140cm, where most sit/stand desks are 160-180cm as a minimum.
    My only negative feedback is that considering the price tag, I was not expecting any wobble at standing height, but even typing causes the monitors to shake. From review of multiple sit/stand desks (as opposed to the adjustable shelves that sit on stationery desks) my understanding is that this is a very common issue.