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UpLift 900 Desk Assembly Video: Get Your Adjustable Standing Desk Working in No Time!

by Shannon C on May 28, 2013

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Do you remember being a kid, getting a new toy and being so excited to play with it, only to tear open the box and discover about twenty tiny plastic pieces and a book of instructions for assembly? What a pain! My usual reaction was to just toss aside the instructions and start piecing everything together based on what I imagined the item should look like from the television commercials I had seen. This tactic generally resulted in random leftover pieces and a less than fully functioning toy, which ultimately did not see much play time. As much as I would have hated to admit it at the time, reading the instructions in the first place would definitely have produced a better result.

Eventually, I learned my lesson, and, as an adult, I am an incessant instruction reader. I am usually the person who immediately grabs the instructions of any new board game, reads them through thoroughly and then teaches everyone else how to play. As it happens, I have done just that for you. Our UpLift 900 Sit-Stand desks come with a very clear and easy-to-follow set of instructions, but, in case you just don’t have the patience, I made a video demonstrating the assembly process which is posted above. It’s only six minutes long, so feel free to assemble your desk along with me; just pause the video where necessary.

Find more information on adjustable height desks at TheHumanSolution.com

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Shannon is on the content and sales team at THS. She has previously worked as a professional ballet dancer and dance instructor, and really appreciates working in an environment where she has the option of standing or even walking on a treadmill while she works. When she’s not working, she loves to try to find new and interesting ways to stay active, cooking and attending as many theatre and dance productions as possible.

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