Levenger Cubi Storage Stand
Levenger Cubi Storage Stand
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An adjustable book stand with a velvet-lined drawer, the Levenger Cubi storage stand makes a beautiful addition to any desk. Use it to prop up a novel, notebook, or tablet as you read or work—the stand can be tilted at three different angles for easy visibility Read More

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Tanios
110
Dec 24, 2019
That cord hanging in front irks the hell out of me. It's in the way of the drawer!!!!!!
seahunter
244
Apr 17, 2019
This "Campaign Lap Desk" is one I'm considering. It looks like the writing area would be large enough to actually be useful. The gap would be an issue, so you would need to use notebooks or journals that have hard covers so you could write without hitting that space between the sections.
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Desastor
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Apr 21, 2019
Nice, I love tinkering in my workshop and this would be something nice to make. I recently bought some antique, broken down furniture just to get a hold of old wood since, yes we are at that point, new wood of that quality is extrodinarily expensive. I,d love to get a sense of the measurements and angles if you'd be up to it?
BadMinotaur
7
Mar 9, 2019
Question: I’m looking for a stand with an incline to write on. At first blush this looks ideal, but the lip at the bottom worries me. Would it be possible to use this to write in my notebooks with, or is it more for display than direct usage?
ChurchillW
421
Mar 10, 2019
Think it might be a little tough to write on when you get to the bottom of the page, but I guess it depends on thick your notebook is too. I'm also not sure how much pressure you would be exerting on the elevated part of the stand when pressing down to write.
mikerod01
0
Dec 24, 2019
BadMinotaur: Search for "Editor's Desk" on Amazon or the web. You'll find what you're looking for. I have one—bought it from Levenger, years ago—and I do all my writing on it.
ChurchillW
421
Feb 28, 2019
Took receipt of mine yesterday and am using it on my desk at work. Seems to hold my Dell e7280 ultralight fine and has just big enough of a footprint for the laptop. This is set at the largest angle and is still a little low to look at the middle of the screen without looking down.
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Datvid
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Dec 26, 2019
I am looking for a travel case for my laptop. But I am wondering if the drawers can hold a small keyboard and wires. You seem to use this similarly... what is your experience?
ChurchillW
421
Dec 26, 2019
You might be able to fit a TKL mechanical keyboard if it doesn't have arrow keys, but I don't think you could fit anything bigger. I have a full size keyboard connected to my laptop that would definitely would not fit. I don't carry this around it just sits on my desk at work. I would also not carry this around too much at it is big enough to be cumbersome IMO.
TomaCzar
753
Feb 8, 2019
I have two Cubi bookcases and I really like them. I would have loved it if this stand could have functioned as a drawer, however it's too wide. The space on top of my bookcases, and pretty much everywhere else on my desk is already spoke for, so I'm SOL on this one.
Oleg_Arqui
0
Jul 18, 2019
I'd give you what you paid for the cubi stand, if you want to be rid of it... :)
Orenflies
36
Feb 5, 2019
Is this a fairly priced product? $85+shipping seems pricey, no?
popp
3
Feb 4, 2019
Unless you have a loose bound spine type of book this would not make a good reading stand because of the tendency for the book (pages) to return to a closed state (as in the description for a “Novel”).
RayF
24950
Feb 4, 2019
This would be useful in the kitchen while following recipes in a cookbook--and I could keep all my pots and pans in the drawer underneath!
The_Jniac
291
Nov 13, 2018
What is the load-bearing capacity of the stand component?
RayF
24950
Feb 4, 2019
Depends--how many axels?

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KestrelX
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Aug 4, 2018
So by "laptop" they mean you can use it as a storage shelf and no more. Because the "lip" at the bottom is not adjustable there's no way to use this as a stand. Bit misleading but in today's world not uncommon.
ChurchillW
421
Nov 9, 2018
I'm confused by your comment. Based on the picture below can't you just open the laptop screen and type from an external keyboard and point with an external mouse? The issue I see though is that you would need to crane your neck down a bit to look at the screen, though if you are using the laptop flat you would need to do that anyway. I have a laptop stand at work that I place my laptop on so I can look at the screen head on.
RayF
24950
Feb 4, 2019
Nothing in there about laptops--they must have taken your criticism to heart ?
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