Stand Desk

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Look, we already know that sitting for 8+ hours a day is taking a toll on our health. The problem is that there are very few solutions out there, and the standing desks that are available cost an arm and a leg. That’s where Stand Desk comes into play.

After getting into a serious motorcycle accident, San Francisco resident Steven Yu decided he wag going to create a sit-to-stand desk that was not only affordable, but also automatic. With just a simple push of a button, this desk will easily move and up down, allowing you the ability to sit or stand. Yu has already taken his concept to Kickstarter, and in just over 30 minutes was able to raise $50,000 to make his concept a reality. We are hoping this thing makes its way to the retail scene by the end of this year, but wouldn’t be surprised if it took until next summer to get things dialed in. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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