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Aug 11, 2023 6:33 pm
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Flexispot is kicking off its Back to School Sale with up to 50% off their most popular standing desks. We like Flexispot because they offer quality electric standing desks with all the features you’d want at a fraction of the price compared to other more well-known models.
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Flexispot E5 Desk starting at $219.99
The Flexispot E5 desk is my personal pick for the best value ESD while still offering all the premium features you’d want. Right now it costs $219.99 (normally $379.99) for the base only and desktop surfaces start at $80. The Flexispot E5 is the least expensive model featuring a dual-motor lifting system that is able to support more weight (up to287 pounds) and puts less pressure on each motor, thus extending lifespan. The double crossbeam structure means that your desktop surface won’t sag no matter what material you use. I’d recommend getting the 3-stage steel frame because it is rated for the maximum weight and has a greater range (24.4″ to 50″) for only $10 more, definitely worth the value. The advanced keypad gives you three memory presets and a timer to remind you when to swap sit/stand positions. An anti-collision feature, a must-have in all desks, will stop the desk when it detects obstruction of the motor. The E5 comes with a 10 year warranty on all metal, mechanical and electrical parts and components, including the motor.
Flexispot E7 Desk starting at $329.99
For $100 more, the Flexispot E7 offers better build quality, a higher weight threshold, and more included accessories. The E7 currently costs $319.99 (normally $499.99) for the base only and desktop surfaces start at $80. The E7 has all the features of the E5 with a few upgrades. The lifting capacity has been upgraded from 287 pounds to 355 pounds and the range is slightly different (23.6″ to 49.2″). The legs feature a better powder-coated finish with no visible holes. The advanced keyboard has been upgraded with an LCD display, more memory presets, a built-in USB charger, and a child-lock function that’s a necessity for those of us with inquisitive toddlers. The E7 comes with a built-in cable tray under the desk to stow away all of your messy wiring. Finally, the Flexispot E7 boasts an increased 15 year warranty on all metal, mechanical and electrical parts and components, including the motor.
Flexispot E7 Pro Desk starting at $499.99
The E7 Pro is Flexispot’s creme de la creme standing desk. It’s recent released so it isn’t nearly as heavily discounted as the other models. Currently it costs $499.99 (normally $599.99) for the base only and desktop surfaces start at $80. The E7 Pro features the best build quality of the three listed here, and it certainly shows with a weight capacity of a whopping 440 pounds. Once again the lifting range is slightly different (25″ to 50.6″). Flexispot claims the motor for the E7 Pro is superior to the standard dual motor setup you’ll find in the E5 and E7 and other brands, offering smoother and faster movement. You also get more cable management options included than even the E7. The Flexispot E7 Pro comes with the same 15 year warranty as the E7 on all metal, mechanical and electrical parts and components, including the motor.
Consider getting the frame here and desktop elsewhere.
I have three standing desks. One of the standing desks included a desktop, however for the other two desks I sourced my own. For one of them I purchased a massive 74″x26″ maple veneered countertop from Ikea for $199. For the other one I purchased a 48″x25″ solid wood countertop from Home Depot and finished it myself. Personally I don’t think you can go wrong with any of those choices, and there are more options available. The point is, these standing desk bases don’t need the desktops sold by the manufacturer. If you want to install your own desktop, by all means do so as long as they are within the weight limitations.
How does the Flexispot compared to other brands?
I can only speak from personal experience. I own a Jarvis Fully, a Vari Ergo, and a Flexispot E5. All three are excellent desks that have caused me no problems whatsoever in the 3+ years of owning them, and that’s the point. The Flexispot E5 is considerably less expensive than the other two options, and yet I don’t really see where much of that cost is going. For a similar price of a barebones Jarvis Fully, you could get the top end Flexispot E7 Pro and still come out with more money in your pocket.
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