Limited Desk Space? The UPLIFT 925 Space Saver Solution

by Pete A on November 28, 2014

UPLIFT 925 Space Saver Height-Adjustable Standing Desk Base

The UPLIFT 925 - Perfect for small areas!

With working from home becoming more and more popular, many of our customers are faced with the task of fitting their office into small spaces. Trying to squeeze a complete 2-leg height adjustable desk into a living room or bedroom can easily eat up most of your free space, creating an uncomfortable and claustrophobic work area. While we do offer the budget and space friendly UPLIFT 975, this model has a limited weight range, and only comes with a standard up/down keypad. For those who want the very best, we have redesigned our popular UPLIFT 900 frame so that it can accommodate even smaller tops, making it the perfect solution for limited space!

The UPLIFT 925 Space Saver is identical to the 900 in almost every way – except for the length of the crossbar ends that attach to the desk. The 900 ends are about 21.5″ long, allowing for a a minimum of  43″ for the desktop width, and 27.5″ for the depth because of the feet length.  The UPLIFT 925 comes with shorter crossbar ends measuring close to 13″ long, allowing you to use tops as small as 26″ wide! The 925 can also be ordered with 24″ feet so you can accommodate even smaller top depths, and it ships standard with the LED programmable keypad, as well as the center crossbar rails for added support if you decide to add a larger desktop in the future.

Another advantage of the shorter frame ends is the added space for mounting accessories. It allows for many more configuration options, so if you need to add multiple keyboard trays or CPU holders, the UPLIFT 925 may be the sit/stand desk for you.

If you have any more questions on the UPLIFT 925, be sure to check us out at Thehumansolution.com or give us a call at 1-800-531-3746, and one of our experts will help find your perfect desk!

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Pete has been enjoying the roller coaster ride of ergonomics for almost two years. When he’s not spreading the good word about standing desks, he spends his time playing video games, visiting the local saloon, and working out to cancel out the effects of the previous activities.

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