Stir Kinetic Desk M1

Feb 5, 2015

Category: Living

Millions of Americans are trapped in jobs they hate. While it’d be irresponsible for us to advise they go all Office Space and flip their desks over in a fit of rebellious rage, we think getting a better desk might be a step in the right direction. And from the looks of it, Stir’s Kinetic Desk M1 will probably make any job better.

The M1 aims to get you off your ass when you need to, not only giving you the stand up or sit down options, but also giving you gentle reminders when it’s time to change your position. A built-in 5″ touchscreen lets you control the height of the desk, set goals for how much you would like to stand that day, and track your progress. It can also sync with third-party devices like Fitbit. Its curvy, contemporary shape is easy on the eyes, with rounded edges designed to soften the surface and reduce the effects on your circulation, plus it’s CNC-machined for a seamless finish and sturdy profile. [Purchase]

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