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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Certain things send a message to those around us. With the Locus Standing Desk, the message is clear: "I've got this!" The Locus Standing Desk is smart, confident, and rock solid- just like you.

Never before has a standing desk looked- or felt- this good. The Locus Desk's stripped-down, modern aesthetic will make you the envy of the office (trust us). What's more, the desk packs a serious ergonomic punch, keeping you in an active posture while you work.

How does the Locus Desk work? Glad you asked. The desk lifts and lowers effortlessly with the turn of a precision German hand crank. The American-made desktop adjusts easily too. The desktop pivots from absolutely flat to a 15 degree angle, enabling you to find your perfect working position, whether you are working on a computer or sketching in a notebook. The Locus Desk is now available in 3 desktop sizes, so it's easier than ever to customize your desk to fit your workspace and work style.


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

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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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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