Locus Standing Desk
Locus Height Adjustable Desk by Focal Upright
Locus Desk pictured with accessories and shelf (all sold separately)
 
 


A height-adjustable, angle-adjustable desk that has style in spades (available in 3 desktop sizes)
Starts At: $1,299.00


Availability: In Stock

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Desk top tilts from flat to 15 degrees to accommodate digital and analog work.
Precision-made German hand crank effortlessly lifts and lowers the desk.
Available in 4 different laminate and veneer finishes.
Available in 4, 5, or 6 feet wide options. Comes with removable black neoprene desk mat.
Lightweight and sustainably sourced aluminum legs provide a solid base.
Built in cup holders can hold beverages, pens, or convert to LED light.

Accessories
iMac Bracket Cable Management Tray Locus Shelf LED Worklight
Our Price: $49.00
Our Price: $79.00
Starts At: $249.00
Our Price: $179.00
iMac Bracket by Focal Upright Cable Management Tray by Focal Upright Locus Standing Desk Shelf by Focal Upright Ergonomic LED Worklight by Focal Upright
Kick Balance Board
Our Price: $109.00
Kick Balance Board by Safco Products

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a Review ❯

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Rocking my day job! February 23, 2016
Reviewer: Kevin Hodge  
The Locus Desk top looks great.  Black Walnut is beautiful stuff.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
It's bad ass August 28, 2015
Reviewer: Aaron McHugh - blogger/podcaster  
Here are my experiences so far:

1. I feel better - I genuinely feel physically better at the end of each work day.  Instead of low backache, I feel stronger from the trifecta of sitting, standing and core stabilization.
2. I feel more creative - Maybe it's because my brother is an architect.  He creates buildings that you can touch and walk through.  My Locus Workstation can take on the profile of a draftsman's workbench.  I prefer the slightly tilted position of the desk as if I was an architect shaping the skyline.  Instead, I write, market & sell software (which I happen to love).  My newfound workstation makes me feel like creating a-new.
3. The transition from sitting-to-standing is quicker - This might seem like a minor nuance benefit.  It's not.  The ability to quickly jump up and walk around or change positions quickly is like Usain Bolt (he's really fast) running a tenth of a second faster in 100 meters.  It's bad ass.  The result is that you get up more often to move around.  Instead of sitting stagnant for an eight+ hour workday, you move about more often.

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