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Drop Lift 2.0 Sit-to-Stand Desk

Drop Lift 2.0 Sit-to-Stand Desk

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Based on community feedback from our first standing desk, the Drop Lift Sit-to-Stand Desk, this updated version features dual motors with a three-stage telescoping frame for faster and quieter operation. It also has four built-in memory modes as opposed to just three Read More
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marc00
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Sep 10, 2018
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Wicked solid base, surprisingly sturdy. Easy to assemble and easy to add my own top with some wood screws. Smooth motors. Control pad was set to metric and easy instructions included how to change to imperial. Made my top with some scrap from another project. Its sanded plywood, routed edges then brushed with tung oil. Top is 50"L x 34"W x 3/4"D.
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Eli38
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Nov 3, 2019
Those potato cameras are still a thing.
Tippolas
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Nov 15, 2019
Whoa your monitor is so high up! Doesn't that hurt your neck after a while?
CampCouncelor
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Nov 12, 2018
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Bought only the legs and attached to separate table top. Very quiet and great heft to the legs.
arithon
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Sep 5, 2018
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I am quite fond of this desk now, but its packaging was pretty bad. It required some serious work to get to this stage. First issue: The legs were not disassembled and packed well for shipping. Most of the bolts were removed and placed in convenient packages, but the four main bolts attaching the desk surface support to the top of the riser section were just barely screwed in. To make matters worse, they were then packed with the bolts facing the exterior, with only a single thin layer of foam between the bolt head and the cardboard. It appears that the box was dropped at some point between packing and delivery. This resulted in damage (seen below in the photo) to the bolts and risers. It's not clear in the photo, but the affected bolts' threads were so badly damaged that the were completely unusable, and the risers were been bent in where the bolts were inserted on the outer-facing sides of both risers. Second issue: These bolts thread into what amounts to little more than thick sheet metal - as you can see in the same photo. There's not much for them to bite into. Perhaps it was simply damage from shipping, but these simply would not hold, even though it's purely a shear load on them. All that being said, I was able to address all of these issues. I removed the damaged bolts, straightened out the damaged sheet metal, and used my own bolts, washers, and nuts to mount the desk support to the risers. I'm happy with how the table functions, but I cannot in good conscience recommend this to anyone else until MD gets their packaging sorted out.
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Edit: Update 30-some weeks later -- desk is still functioning well. No further issues with it. Edit 2: Update appx. 1 year later -- desk is still functioning well. Did some cable management underneath for various things, and added a bunch of extra weight; it's still working just fine.
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YeOldeHotDog
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Apr 9, 2020
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Quiet and good height range.
I'm 5'6" and a lot of standing desks don't actually go low enough for me to sit at my preferred height like this one does. Not only that, but this is a really good price on a dual motor model. Being in an apartment with relatively thin walls I think my sleeping SO and neighbors can appreciate how quiet this thing is. There is a bit of wobble when standing, but I have a very large 3D printer resting on it and it's not enough to concern me at all.
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Sep 14, 2018
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bought four, one assembled so far.
as you assemble this, you will want to go slowly and not force any of the screws. my wife kind of got ahead of herself and i had to back out some of the bolts and (gently) use a rubber mallet to get everything aligned. you really need to take your time and not over tighten things.
you'll want to place the table top upside down onto the foam packing, and then align and assemble the table stand to fit.
once everything was all assembled and plugged in, it worked perfectly. i was playing with raising and lowering the table and the 'overheat' warning came on, but that's understandable.
very stable unless fully extended, even then, still fairly stable. I am going to use two of these to create a treadmill / standing desk, will post photos once completed.
I saw a very similar table for sale in a high-end furniture store for $1500, so i am very happy with the quality at this price point.
the only reason this is not a 5-star review is the metal is kind of soft where the screws go into the threads and you really do have to be careful not to misalign or over-tighten or you are going to be very unhappy when you strip the bolt holes.
also, some of these came by fedex and some by US postal service (wtf?) and the PO delivery was delayed - i wish it had all come together at once as fedex.
when gathering all the components we thought something was missing but it turned out the center rails were inside another part of the packing.
overall quite pleased and kinda sorta looking forward to assembling the other three and getting my office set up like i want - photos to come soon...
Ricachet
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Oct 21, 2019
where dem photos :) can't wait for mine!
LinkOmega
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Aug 22, 2018
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There seemed to be some trouble assembling it, but it turned out most of that was avoidable. When you would line up some of the holes, they would be severely off, then you would rotate a piece 180 degrees and it was only slightly off. What was strange was that both sides were off by the same amount. Turns out that was by design and was for added reinforcement. The directions didn't really clearly state any of that. Once you understand it, it makes it easier. All i had to do was just get the bolt started, not tighten, then go to the next step and after getting everything initially threaded, go back and start tightening everything, it made it easy.
My desk was pretty badly chipped, but I turned it to be the back side, so you can't see it. I didn't want to go through the trouble of remounting anything.
The motor seems to stutter quite a bit when going up. You have to hold it, then it pauses, and you have to do it again. It makes me a little nervous that the motor isn't strong enough. I had a powered standing desk at work and this doesn't come close to that quality. I'm sure the price on my work one was well above $2k, so take that with a grain of salt.
Overall, I'm satisfied with the desk, but I'm keeping it in standing position.
Tyler_A
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Oct 5, 2018
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I was very excited to finally put my sit-to-stand desk together and it seemed to got together with no issue at all. Unfortunately once I completed assembly and plugged it in the up/down buttons did not work and it only moved when I selected one of the presets (#2). The movement was just the left side of the desk which raised an inch before I got an error message on the screen. Now nothing works (no buttons do anything) even if I unplug it and plug it back in and even if I hold the down button for 5 seconds as the instruction manual suggests). I have a sit-to-stand desk that's stuck at about 3' high.
coasterpro99
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Dec 17, 2018
I work with the controllers on these desks. They are hit and miss. In a recent roll out we discovered as high as a 2% failure rate, the controller needed to be replaced. You've got about a 1 in 75 chance of getting a bad one and having to RMA. The controller tries to detect if the two legs are at the same height. If they get out of wack, the controller returns an error. When the display shows an error (e.g. "ERR 04") you can hold the DOWN arrow until it shows "RST" then release and hold the DOWN button again until the desk goes all the way down. Then it should be reset. Not all errors are recoverable.
jims2321
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Aug 16, 2018
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This product shows a severe lack in quality control. Parts are rough cut and sized, leading to need to resort to brute force (ie hammer or mallet) to assemble. Holes are misaligned and not proper threaded. I am waiting on replacement parts to even begin assembly. Total time from receipt of part to probably assemble will be close to 2 months or more.
TiltedJ
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Aug 25, 2018
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The functionality of the desk is great. I have presets for sitting, standing, and on a treadmill. I love that part! Which, is a big part, but the desk build quality is lacking. It is chipped and has jagged edges that can scratch you if you aren't careful. The holes didn't line up, even with rotating, so some supports only have three bolts in them. I am still using it, but if I were to get another desk it wouldn't be this one.
A community member
Aug 28, 2018
can you share pictures? i was about to buy.....damn
TiltedJ
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Aug 28, 2018
Here are a couple of shots of the rough edges. The corner one is blurry but that was the one that was sharp and jagged. I ended up just taking a chunk off.
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I should note, once I sanded it down it isn't much of an issue anymore; it just now looks like a craft project.
Shadoath
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Sep 5, 2018
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Once assembled it works well. The screw holes were not lined up to the point that I thought I had a flawed product. By taking my time to put in each screw then tighten it came together. Massdrop customer service and posts about the product were pathetic. Doubt I will be part of their "MassDrop Made" again.
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