FlexiSpot 35″ Stand Up Desk Review

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FlexiSpot 35″ Stand Up Desk Review

As an office worker, I sit down at a desk for around 10 hours a day. Which is why I wanted to try the 35″ stand up desk from FlexiSpot! This behemoth is be enough to hold two screens, and a variety of gaming keyboards. It even has a slot for a tablet or phone.

The FlexiSpot arrives fully assembled, but I would advise that you will need a second pair of hands to get it out the box. The size was ok for my desk and still allows me room for my laptop, office phone and bits n’ bobs.

I found the best setup was laptop and screen on the FlexiSpot, this meant the only wires were the power cords. I did have to do some rewiring in order to get a full raise out of the FlexiSpot.

As I said before, installation was an absolute breeze. Take it out of the box (with a friends help), then place it on the desk. Once all the tech is on top, you can then pull the two side levers and lift up the desk. The springs allow for a smooth rise and fall of the desk, no matter what weight is on top.

I have been using the FlexiSpot for a month, and rise it at least 6 times a day, and it has shown absolutely no wear, and still works as great as it did when I got it out the box. The whole FlexiSpot is incredibly well made, and is really solid. When raised to the top height, it has no movement on the sides and doesn’t rattle about.


  • Product weight: 23 kg
  • Load Capacity: 16 kg
  • Dimensions (Weighted Base): 78cm(W) x 56cm(D)
  • Dimensions (Flat): 15cm(H) x 89cm(W) x 78cm(D)
  • Dimensions (Extended): 50cm(H) x89cm(W) x 78cm(D)
  • Extension Height: 50cm (Footprint Surface) &36cm (Keyboard Tray)
  • Work surface measures: 89cm(W) x 78cm(D) (Display Surface & Keyboard Tray)
  • Keyboard tray measures: 89(W) x 31cm(D) (Middle) & 20cm (D) (Both wings)

I think every desk should have a FlexiSpot on it. For £275 it’s  an investment, but I can see the FlexiSpot following me through many years and different jobs, and still keep going with no problems. For anyone who likes to said at their desk, people with back problems, or people who want to be the envy of the office, check out the FlexiSpot.




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