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L-Shaped Corner Workstation Desk with Controller

Original price $1,878.00
Original price $1,878.00 - Original price $1,878.00
Original price $1,878.00
Current price $1,044.99
$1,044.99 - $1,044.99
Current price $1,044.99


Enjoy a spacious workstation that accommodates an active work life with the Corner 67” x 60” Electric Desk.


  • Width 59 inch
  • Height 24.7 - 50.3 inch
  • Length 24 inch
  • Weight 96.6 pounds


  • Create Instant Active Standing - Go from sitting to standing in one smooth motion with this complete corner workstation providing comfortable viewing angles, customized user heights, and featuring two solid tops. Perfect for a corner desk or office space divider. Please Note: Some drilling is required for assembly
  • L-Shape with 2 One-Piece Solid Tops - Includes a spacious main desk and return desk, accommodating a variety of monitor and laptop setups along with important work materials, supplies, and decor. When fully assembled, the outside surface measures 67” x 60”
  • Powerful Electric Motors - Enjoy a height range of 24.7" to 50.3" with the powerful multi-motors and strong legs using telescopic height adjustment. The energy-saving controller comes with customizable settings for desired user heights and programmable alarms for helpful reminders to stand or sit throughout your busy day
  • Strong 208 lbs Support - With an all steel frame and sturdy particle board table tops, this desk is able to support up to 208 lbs with maximum stability and sturdiness. Its modern appearance blends with a variety of office environments
  • We've Got You Covered - This complete standing workstation is backed with a 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty and friendly tech support to help with any questions or concerns. Please Note: This product ships in 3 separate boxes that may not arrive at the same time

Additional Details

Periodically standing throughout the long work day can help relieve tension on the neck, back, and shoulders, as well as increase blood flow and reduce stress. Enjoy being able to stand up in seconds with this sturdy l-shaped desk featuring a multi-motor lift system for smooth height transition, a control panel for customizable settings and reminders, and solid legs supporting up to 208 lbs. The cable management system ensures that cords and cables are neatly organized for a tidy workspace that encourages concentration. All hardware and instructions are included for assembly. Don’t wait to experience your own spacious work area that helps you stay organized and think on your feet!

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
Great functionality so far but loses points for assembly and smudgy desktop

The thing everyone wants to know first, my version of the missing instructions:(Once you have the frame assembled without the set screws tightened)- Put the desktops upside-down on a blanket in the correct configuration- Flip the legs upside-down as well and place on the desks- Adjust the desks and the extension bars on the legs as needed to align the desk- Screw in the set screws on the extension bars and tighten- Using a 1/8" drill bit, slightly drill a shallow mark for each of the desktop screw in points (just to get the hole positions marked)- With the set screws secured on the frame remove the frame from the desks- Using a 1/8" drill bit, drill each of the screw points that you marked to a depth of 3/8". To do this, apply a piece of tape like a little flag around the point on the drill bit that marks the correct depth so that you go no further than that.- Flip everything right-side up and assemble normally by fastening the screws into your pilot holes on the desktops.Important notes:- You'll have to drill holes for the controller and the control unit. It is important that where you place the controller, the controller cable has enough length to reach the control unit plug in.That worked for me. Tedious but it worked in the end.The bad:For the review, this desk simply loses a star for the assembly difficulty and the smudginess of the desktop. The fact that the company has put absolutely no effort into improving it is a bummer. The desktop shows fingerprints as clear as day but that is where a lot of the cost savings come from - a cheaper desktop.The good:The desk is a nice size, sturdy for my purposes, and the motors work well. They are quite and fast enough. Will update later on the lifespan of the device.

Good value for the money.

Took some time to assemble and no pre-drilled holes for the L-Shaped desk. However, it is a great desk for my wife's home office.

Eric Zweidinger
Excellent quality

Excellent desk. Beat purchase I've made this entire pandemic. Controls are easy to use. Smooth movement when going up and down.

Awesome height adjustment

Awesome height adjustment and easy to use

Jon Tallerico
Cool frame, but overpriced, also: Get your drill ready.

I really like the frame! The frame is very flexible and sturdy. The problems are the tabletops and the instructions. Foolishly, when I ordered a $700 desk, I expect the pieces to exactly match.The instructions for assembly are unclear and overly simplified. Assembly, which is usually no trouble for me hit a major roadblock after the first hour. It turns out, despite no mention of drilling in the instructions, the table tops shipped with this kit do not have pre-drilled holes to match the frame. They send you the tops from other standalone desk frames and expect you to make them work on the L-shaped frame.When I emailed customer service, they directed me to the instructions--even to specific steps--which made no mention of pesky little details like where, how deep, or which bit size to use when drilling the holes for the frame. Customer service, after repeated email exchanges did finally send me the missing drilling instructions.In case you need them:"Our technician has stated the following instructions: Use a 3mm or 1/8" drill bit, and drill the holes to a depth of 10mm or 3/8". For locations, I'd recommend placing the desktop on the frame with the frame adjusted to maybe 6" from the left and right sides, mark the locations through the mounting holes using a pencil, then take the tops back off and drill the holes."This still doesn't mention mounting the control box, for which I had to use custom screws because the provided ones are too short for the task. Good Luck.