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Looking for an Affordable Standing Desk? Try Conset Standing Desks

by Angela P on November 8, 2012

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Conset 501-29 / Uplift 448 Standing Desk

The Conset 501-29 has a height range of 24 to 51 inches. It will fit almost any user, regardless of height, and is perfect for use with a treadmill or stationary bike.

Conset America makes a wide range of standing desks to fit almost anyone’s needs. Whether you have a small space and need a desk with a pedestal base, or would like to create an active workstation that includes a treadmill and a chair, Conset standing desks have your needs covered.

You’ve seen our past posts about the benefits of using a sit-to-stand desk that allows you to stand for the recommended 15 minutes of every hour in your workday. This line of desks is affordable, easily assembled, and will quickly get you on the road to better health.

If you’re looking for a low-cost solution for a small space, the Conset 501-7 is a good choice. If you need something larger, with a higher weight limit, the Conset 501-23 has a 440 pound weight limit and is available in sizes up to 79 inches wide. The Conset 501-29 is great for very tall people, since it will raise from 24 to 51 inches. This height range also makes it perfect for use with a treadmill, since just about anyone will be able to comfortably work and walk.

If you have any questions about Conset standing desks or any of our other adjustable height desks, please give us a call at 800-531-3746, talk with one of our experts via chat, or fill out our desk selector tool on our ergonomic desk page.

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Angela P

Angela has been with THS since 2012. When she’s not extolling the virtues of ergonomic living, she’s probably digging through record bins or continuing the search for the best breakfast taco in Austin. She enjoys coffee, books, long walks on the beach and making sure everyone in the office gets their weekly dose of the Dead Milkmen and Morrissey on Music Friday.

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