Get Up, Stand Up

Three adjustable options for the worker with a healthy survival instinct.

By Venessa Wong

Manual Sit-Stand

ILLUSTRATION BY MADISON GRANADA

Humanscale’s Float table goes from sitting to standing height using a lever. A safety feature prevents sudden, knee-bashing drops. It supports 160 lbs. $1,599

GeekDesk Max’s desk surface, which moves silently with the touch of a button, can be programmed for four height settings. It supports 335 lbs. $949

Ergotron’s sleek WorkFit-S slides up and down the rail with a simple push. It stays wherever you let it go. The only drawback is the involved assembly process. $479

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