Fully’s Jarvis Standing Desk Is the Best Setup for Your Home

Fully tried to make the setup process pretty simple by giving you all of the possible options highlighted for you as you click-through them so you’ll see exactly what you will be getting. After it was all said and done, I ended up with the following desk specs:

Fully mentions that their Extended range of desk height is from 24.5″ to 50″ inches, which is nice, but not completely necessary depending on your height. While the mid-range ranges from 27.25 to 46.5, I just chose this because I’m A.) Not tall at all & B.) the four-inch height differential at typing height would only be ideal if you’re on a walking treadmill, or you’re over 6’2″ in height and found it necessary.

Since I’ve mentioned it, the handset does come in two different versions, with or without a screen signifying the current height level. This is the one I chose because it’s nice to know exactly what levels for future reference.

Another perk of the handset with the on-screen indicator is that it not only shuts off after 10 seconds so it’s not just glaring from the right side of your desk at night, but there are actual presets that you can use so at the press of a single button the Jarvis will go to the exact height you have programmed. This stops the need to stand there holding it to go up and down, which is pretty handy if you ask me.

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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, family and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.