Mobel Enhance Electric Height Adjustable Shared Desk – Black / Autumn Oak

$1,999.00 +gst
$2,298.85 incl.gst

Standing up at work is more than just a trend – it is also a healthier option. Sit-stand desk systems are becoming more and more popular in office work spaces – and for good reason.

Enhance electric height adjustable shared desks provide height adjustment at the flick of a switch. Each user can switch between seat and stand positions over the course of the work day – without disrupting other desk users.

Features
Sit/stand 3-stage height adjustment range of 640~1285mm
Commercial-grade 25mm worktop
Scallop edge to allow for cable management
LCD height display controller shows current height position and 4-position preset memory function
Two separate height controls at each desk
USB charging port conveniently located on controller
Dual leg motors for a smoother, stable and quiet up-down function
Anti-collision protection - reacts when coming in contact with solid objects and automatically stops.
Frame speed when in motion: up to 35 mm/s
Strong, durable, retractable steel frame
Large leveling feet provide extra stability

Weight limit
120kg 

Colour
Available in black frame with autumn oak top

Please note: Our original Oak colour is no longer available, and is now replaced with our new Autumn Oak as pictured.

Dimensions (mm) 
1500w x 800d
1600w x 800d
1800w x 800d
640~1285h (including worktop)

Assembly required (drill required)

Warranty 10 year


Advantages of height adjustable desks
More energy and focus – standing keeps your blood flowing and mind more alert
Improved health – standing opens your internal organs, allowing everything to move. Sitting cramps your gut and slows things down.
Posture and core strength – standing and maintaining good posture adds to the strength of your core, resulting in less soreness in the back and tailbone compared to sitting for 8-10 hours a day.
Increased fat burning – when we sit, our fat burning enzymes start to shut down. You burn 60 more calories an hour when standing vs sitting.

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