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UpDown Desk PRO Series Electric Standing Desk with Victorian Ash Desktop

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Standing Desk $49.95 per desk
Corner Standing Desk $59.95 per desk
Accessories $19.95 charged only once per order
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VIC, Melbourne 1-2 Days
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The UpDown Desk PRO Series electric standing desk with Victorian Ash desktop is a popular seller, offering a commercial quality sit-stand desk frame with a beautiful solid Victorian Ash desktop. Also known as Mountain Ash or Tassie Oak, it is a sustainable and exceptionally hard-wearing, native Australian timber. It combines outstanding engineering with the latest technology in motor and digital height control - including 4 height memory buttons for easy height adjustment.

The frame weight exceeds that of all standing desk competitors providing exceptional stability at full height (up to 127cm). 

The major benefits of the PRO Series standing desk include increased wellbeing, productivity and creativity as well as reduced physical discomfort arising from prolonged time spent in a seated position. Recently the Australian government published a slogan “Sitting is the New Smoking” that indicates just how critical it is to invest in your wellbeing and avoid chronic health issues connected to excessive seated work.

The PRO Series standing desks are very easy to setup. Our customers often complete their own installation in between 20-25 minutes using our video or written setup guide.

You can expect many years of service from the hard wearing Victorian Ash desktop and quality PRO Series frame.

Key features:

  • Unrivalled frame stability.
  • 4 memory buttons for height control.
  • Powerful dual motor lifting mechanism, 150kg lifting capacity.
  • Australian made solid (27mm thick) Victorian Ash desktop.
  • 10 year frame warranty for peace of mind.

A COMPARISON

Have you been wondering how our desks compare to the competition? We have compiled some useful details for you! Check it out here. 

 

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        The UpDown Desk PRO Series Victorian Ash Electric Standing Desk is very popularity since its release in mid 2020. It combines our flagship premium quality PRO Series standing desk frame with a Vic Ash desktop, giving you a functional and beautiful standing desk. 


        Features of our electric standing desks include: 

        • Designed for stability, providing you with a stable desk when working in a standing position.
        • Powerful dual motor mechanism, ensuring a smooth and quiet transition between heights.
        • 4-button memory control panel, allowing you to save and automatically switch between four different desk heights.
        • 150kg load capacity, ensuring all of your office equipment is easily lifted.
        • Excellent after-sales support, giving you complete peace of mind for the life of your desk.


        A key feature of the PRO Series is the stability of the desk when working from a standing height. And stability is arguably the most important feature of a standing desk, because there is no point standing to work at a desk that is unstable and wobbling around whilst you are trying to concentrate!


        ​Buying in bulk for your office? Contact us to find out about our discounted rates for bulk orders!

         

        Standing Desk Control Panel

        Updated Control Panel:

        • Four height memory buttons (instead of two).
        • No pre-set "home" button anymore.
        • Push buttons (instead of touchscreen).

        PRO Series Desk - Frame Specifications

        Anti-collision mechanismYes, sensitivity adjustable
        Height range61.5-127cm (without desktop)
        Base width rangeSuits desktops 105-240cm
        Frame weight41kg
        Movement speed32 mm/sec
        Dual or single motorsDual motors
        Load capacity150kg
        Noise level40db in motion
        Input power230-240V
        Power saving modeYes, turns off after 15 seconds on non-use
        Cable managementOptional
        Hand controller4-button memory control panel
        Upper and lower limitsProgrammable by user
        Overload protectionYes
        Warranty10 years

        Desktop Specifications

        Desktop materialVic Ash Hardwood
        FinishClear hard wearing finish
        ColoursVic Ash Hardwood
        Sizes120x75cm, 150x75cm and 180x75cm
        WeightApproximately 23kg (150cm) and 26kg (180cm)
        Desktop thickness2.7cm
        EdgesCurved
        Warranty5 Years


        Why should I get an Anti-Fatigue Mat? 

        An anti-fatigue standing mat improves comfort when standing, reduces muscular fatigue and improves the overall ergonomics of your working environment. It is a great addition to a standing desk. See Anti-Fatigue Standing Mat for more details.

        Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

        UpDown Desks Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated company. When you contact us, you're dealing directly with the owners based in Melbourne.

        Victorian ash is a hardwood timber. It is in relatively high demand compared to the available supply. For this reason Victorian ash can be more expensive than some other more readily available hardwoods. Victorian ash has lighter brown tones than the darker brown tones of some similar but less expensive woods.

        Victorian ash has a wide range of uses as both a solid wood and a veneer. This includes flooring, decking, interior handrails, furniture, joinery, interior staircases, interior panelling and mouldings. It can range from a pale pink to pale yellow or brownish in colour. It has a moderately coarse texture and predominately straight grain.

        Victorian ash refers to the hardwood produced by two species - Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Victoria. Tasmanian oak refers to the hardwood produced by three species - Eucalyptus regnans, Eucalyptus obliqua and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Tasmania.

        Ash wood typically is a light brown in colour with relatively straight grain. If you are looking for a naturally dark grain or one with radial patterns ash may not be the best choice. Ash wood is more expensive than some other available options.

        Ash and oak are two different types of hardwood. Ash is considered to be harder than oak and can be distinguished by a relatively straight grain whereas oak woods have a radial pattern. Ash tends to be lighter in colour than oak.

        Victorian ash is the trade name for Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain ash) which is typically sourced from north-east Victoria and Eucalyptus delegatensis (Alpine ash) which is typically found in south-east Victoria.

        UpDown Desk PRO Series standing desks are covered by our 30 day money back guarantee. If you are not happy, simply return your desk free of any shipping costs and we will refund you the purchase price. Your desk must be returned to us in the original packaging and must be free of damage.

        UpDown Desk PRO Series electric standing desks come with a full 10-year warranty. This includes both the electronic components and the frame. Please see the Warranty page for more information.

        ​Please see the Warranty and Terms page for more information.

        Below you will find an instructional video of how to assemble the PRO Series UpDown Desk frame.

        Assembly instructions can also be found here: Installation Instructions

        We also offer an onsite installation service. Prices vary from location to location as well as the number of desks purchased. Please Contact Us directly to discuss installation pricing in your area.

        Description

        The UpDown Desk PRO Series Victorian Ash Electric Standing Desk is very popularity since its release in mid 2020. It combines our flagship premium quality PRO Series standing desk frame with a Vic Ash desktop, giving you a functional and beautiful standing desk. 


        Features of our electric standing desks include: 

        • Designed for stability, providing you with a stable desk when working in a standing position.
        • Powerful dual motor mechanism, ensuring a smooth and quiet transition between heights.
        • 4-button memory control panel, allowing you to save and automatically switch between four different desk heights.
        • 150kg load capacity, ensuring all of your office equipment is easily lifted.
        • Excellent after-sales support, giving you complete peace of mind for the life of your desk.


        A key feature of the PRO Series is the stability of the desk when working from a standing height. And stability is arguably the most important feature of a standing desk, because there is no point standing to work at a desk that is unstable and wobbling around whilst you are trying to concentrate!


        ​Buying in bulk for your office? Contact us to find out about our discounted rates for bulk orders!

         

        Standing Desk Control Panel

        Updated Control Panel:

        • Four height memory buttons (instead of two).
        • No pre-set "home" button anymore.
        • Push buttons (instead of touchscreen).

        PRO Series Desk - Frame Specifications

        Anti-collision mechanismYes, sensitivity adjustable
        Height range61.5-127cm (without desktop)
        Base width rangeSuits desktops 105-240cm
        Frame weight41kg
        Movement speed32 mm/sec
        Dual or single motorsDual motors
        Load capacity150kg
        Noise level40db in motion
        Input power230-240V
        Power saving modeYes, turns off after 15 seconds on non-use
        Cable managementOptional
        Hand controller4-button memory control panel
        Upper and lower limitsProgrammable by user
        Overload protectionYes
        Warranty10 years

        Desktop Specifications

        Desktop materialVic Ash Hardwood
        FinishClear hard wearing finish
        ColoursVic Ash Hardwood
        Sizes120x75cm, 150x75cm and 180x75cm
        WeightApproximately 23kg (150cm) and 26kg (180cm)
        Desktop thickness2.7cm
        EdgesCurved
        Warranty5 Years


        Why should I get an Anti-Fatigue Mat? 

        An anti-fatigue standing mat improves comfort when standing, reduces muscular fatigue and improves the overall ergonomics of your working environment. It is a great addition to a standing desk. See Anti-Fatigue Standing Mat for more details.

        Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

        UpDown Desks Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated company. When you contact us, you're dealing directly with the owners based in Melbourne.

        Victorian ash is a hardwood timber. It is in relatively high demand compared to the available supply. For this reason Victorian ash can be more expensive than some other more readily available hardwoods. Victorian ash has lighter brown tones than the darker brown tones of some similar but less expensive woods.

        Victorian ash has a wide range of uses as both a solid wood and a veneer. This includes flooring, decking, interior handrails, furniture, joinery, interior staircases, interior panelling and mouldings. It can range from a pale pink to pale yellow or brownish in colour. It has a moderately coarse texture and predominately straight grain.

        Victorian ash refers to the hardwood produced by two species - Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Victoria. Tasmanian oak refers to the hardwood produced by three species - Eucalyptus regnans, Eucalyptus obliqua and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Tasmania.

        Ash wood typically is a light brown in colour with relatively straight grain. If you are looking for a naturally dark grain or one with radial patterns ash may not be the best choice. Ash wood is more expensive than some other available options.

        Ash and oak are two different types of hardwood. Ash is considered to be harder than oak and can be distinguished by a relatively straight grain whereas oak woods have a radial pattern. Ash tends to be lighter in colour than oak.

        Victorian ash is the trade name for Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain ash) which is typically sourced from north-east Victoria and Eucalyptus delegatensis (Alpine ash) which is typically found in south-east Victoria.

        UpDown Desk PRO Series standing desks are covered by our 30 day money back guarantee. If you are not happy, simply return your desk free of any shipping costs and we will refund you the purchase price. Your desk must be returned to us in the original packaging and must be free of damage.

        Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

        UpDown Desks Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated company. When you contact us, you're dealing directly with the owners based in Melbourne.

        Victorian ash is a hardwood timber. It is in relatively high demand compared to the available supply. For this reason Victorian ash can be more expensive than some other more readily available hardwoods. Victorian ash has lighter brown tones than the darker brown tones of some similar but less expensive woods.

        Victorian ash has a wide range of uses as both a solid wood and a veneer. This includes flooring, decking, interior handrails, furniture, joinery, interior staircases, interior panelling and mouldings. It can range from a pale pink to pale yellow or brownish in colour. It has a moderately coarse texture and predominately straight grain.

        Victorian ash refers to the hardwood produced by two species - Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Victoria. Tasmanian oak refers to the hardwood produced by three species - Eucalyptus regnans, Eucalyptus obliqua and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Tasmania.

        Ash wood typically is a light brown in colour with relatively straight grain. If you are looking for a naturally dark grain or one with radial patterns ash may not be the best choice. Ash wood is more expensive than some other available options.

        Ash and oak are two different types of hardwood. Ash is considered to be harder than oak and can be distinguished by a relatively straight grain whereas oak woods have a radial pattern. Ash tends to be lighter in colour than oak.

        Victorian ash is the trade name for Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain ash) which is typically sourced from north-east Victoria and Eucalyptus delegatensis (Alpine ash) which is typically found in south-east Victoria.

        UpDown Desk PRO Series electric standing desks come with a full 10-year warranty. This includes both the electronic components and the frame. Please see the Warranty page for more information.

        ​Please see the Warranty and Terms page for more information.

        Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

        UpDown Desks Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated company. When you contact us, you're dealing directly with the owners based in Melbourne.

        Victorian ash is a hardwood timber. It is in relatively high demand compared to the available supply. For this reason Victorian ash can be more expensive than some other more readily available hardwoods. Victorian ash has lighter brown tones than the darker brown tones of some similar but less expensive woods.

        Victorian ash has a wide range of uses as both a solid wood and a veneer. This includes flooring, decking, interior handrails, furniture, joinery, interior staircases, interior panelling and mouldings. It can range from a pale pink to pale yellow or brownish in colour. It has a moderately coarse texture and predominately straight grain.

        Victorian ash refers to the hardwood produced by two species - Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Victoria. Tasmanian oak refers to the hardwood produced by three species - Eucalyptus regnans, Eucalyptus obliqua and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Tasmania.

        Ash wood typically is a light brown in colour with relatively straight grain. If you are looking for a naturally dark grain or one with radial patterns ash may not be the best choice. Ash wood is more expensive than some other available options.

        Ash and oak are two different types of hardwood. Ash is considered to be harder than oak and can be distinguished by a relatively straight grain whereas oak woods have a radial pattern. Ash tends to be lighter in colour than oak.

        Victorian ash is the trade name for Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain ash) which is typically sourced from north-east Victoria and Eucalyptus delegatensis (Alpine ash) which is typically found in south-east Victoria.

        Below you will find an instructional video of how to assemble the PRO Series UpDown Desk frame.

        Assembly instructions can also be found here: Installation Instructions

        We also offer an onsite installation service. Prices vary from location to location as well as the number of desks purchased. Please Contact Us directly to discuss installation pricing in your area.

        Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

        UpDown Desks Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated company. When you contact us, you're dealing directly with the owners based in Melbourne.

        Victorian ash is a hardwood timber. It is in relatively high demand compared to the available supply. For this reason Victorian ash can be more expensive than some other more readily available hardwoods. Victorian ash has lighter brown tones than the darker brown tones of some similar but less expensive woods.

        Victorian ash has a wide range of uses as both a solid wood and a veneer. This includes flooring, decking, interior handrails, furniture, joinery, interior staircases, interior panelling and mouldings. It can range from a pale pink to pale yellow or brownish in colour. It has a moderately coarse texture and predominately straight grain.

        Victorian ash refers to the hardwood produced by two species - Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Victoria. Tasmanian oak refers to the hardwood produced by three species - Eucalyptus regnans, Eucalyptus obliqua and Eucalyptus delegatensis - when sourced from Tasmania.

        Ash wood typically is a light brown in colour with relatively straight grain. If you are looking for a naturally dark grain or one with radial patterns ash may not be the best choice. Ash wood is more expensive than some other available options.

        Ash and oak are two different types of hardwood. Ash is considered to be harder than oak and can be distinguished by a relatively straight grain whereas oak woods have a radial pattern. Ash tends to be lighter in colour than oak.

        Victorian ash is the trade name for Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain ash) which is typically sourced from north-east Victoria and Eucalyptus delegatensis (Alpine ash) which is typically found in south-east Victoria.

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