Select this option to get the most from your purchase. One of our highly trained IST team will deliver the chair, show you what the knobs and levers do, explain good posture and demonstrate how to adjust everything for maximum comfort so that you can do it yourself in future.
Varidesk is a free-standing sit-stand adaptor that sits on the surface of an existing desk. It transforms workspaces, allowing users to both sit and stand at their desk, improving productivity. The Varidesk Single and Pro both have one level with space for all workstation equipment, while the Single Plus, Pro Plus and Pro Plus 48 models have two tiers, providing a spacious upper display area for single and dual-monitor setups and a lower tier that fits a full-size keyboard and mouse.
|Free-standing sit-stand adaptor that elevates a monitor and keyboard from a sitting to a standing position.|
Installing a sit-stand adaptor is like buying a good chair. To benefit fully, you need training to understand the best postures and habits. We recommend that you purchase installation when buying this product. This one-off charge (however many units you buy) includes assembly, configuration, full user training and removal of all waste packaging.
The Varidesk is a free-standing sit-stand adaptor that elevates a monitor and keyboard.
Free-standing platform that fits on any flat surface.
Enables an easy sit-and-stand work style.
Pro models accommodate two side-by-side monitors.
Plus models include a separate keyboard tray.
|Varidesk||Top Surface Dimensions (mm) (WxD)||Supported Weight (kg)|
|Pro 30"||760 x 610||15.88|
|Pro 36"||915 x 610||15.88|
|Pro Plus 30"||760 x 355||15.88|
|Pro Plus 36"||915 x 310||15.88|
|Pro Plus 48"||1222x 350||20.41|
What our customers say
"Today Kevin visited me in Eastbourne, to set up a height adjusting desk, footstall, keyboard stand, mouse and chair. I just wanted to say how patient, and caring he was. He really helped me and I think he should be commended on how friendly, polite, informative and down to earth he was. Thank you Kevin and Ergonomics."
Lydia Harris, Student