Stan Stands Out From the Standing Desk Crowd

Standing desks tend to fall into two categories: large and expensive or cheap and makeshift (think: laptop sitting on top of a stack of books and boxes). The Stan by Twikit falls in a sweet spot in between those two, a laser-cut standing desk made in association with the user’s exact height for optimal ergonomics. Think of it like 3D printed shoes manufactured for perfect fit…but for working standing up.

Recognizing we’re not all the same height, Stan is manufactured specific to an individual’s height. The ergonomic scale of its snap together, all-wood laptop stand design aligns screen with the user’s eyes, while providing a surface for an external keyboard. And because Stan requires no hardware/tools for assembly, Stan is conversely easily disassembled or moved as needed, the desk equivalent of a folding bike. It’s the perfect solution for someone who wants the ergonomic option to work on their feet without losing the square footage normally associated with larger standing desks or for temporary workspace duty.

As of now customization is limited to a single standard standing desk model, but three additional styles are planned to be released in time, including a foldable, compact, and even sitting position laptop stand. Additional information and pricing available at Stan by Twikit.

Coming soon: foldable laptop desks. Additionally, customers have the option to personalize any of the desks by uploading a graphic or logo from the Twikit site.

From top left to right: foldable, sitting position, compact, and standard.

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