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  • Balt WOW Flexi Desk

    Today $128.82 Compare $219.99 Save 41%

    Dec 12, 2014

    wisecrazyowl  from Augusta, Ga, Rating:5.0

    The best rolling deck top for a laptop computer in "EVERY WAY!!!"

  • Oct 24, 2014

    Tony  from Chicago il., Rating:4.0

    Product performs as expected and the instructions were easy to follow. The split top allows the extra space needed for other materials that may be needed while working.

  • This portable tray is worth the price.

    Oct 20, 2014

    kedaboo02  from Washington, DC, Rating:4.0

    I like the tray so much that I will buy another as a gift for someone who is confined to bed most of the time.

  • Not as I had hoped ...........

    Jun 13, 2014

    maddierae  from Northern Indiana, Rating:2.0

    Easy to assemble, but very wobbly! Not enough support when base is attached to the t-bar, and yes, all screws are tightened. I do digitizing of embroidery patterns and am at computer for long periods of time and it is very intricate work. Even though I knew the lowest it would go, the length of the legs makes it very difficult to fit into the places I use it and I have about six choices, none of which are very convenient to use this. Far too difficult to pack up to return, so trying to deal with it. I looked for several months and was really looking forward to a computer desk with wheels that had a low profile instead of one that looked like it belonged in an office or warehouse. I do like the work space it has, but because of it being so unstable, not a lot of paperwork, writing, or a drink can be used on the side desk section.

  • Not great quality

    Jun 13, 2014

    wwelker  from Colorado, Rating:1.0

    I bought two of these - a 60", and a 66". The top is supposed to be "laminate", but the 1 & 3/16" particle-board desktop is only covered with a very thin - and I mean ULTRA thin - veneer. I am concerned the top will not be durable in every-day usage. The edges of the desk surface is NOT laminate. It is a hard plastic strip, probably glued in-place. Also, the pre-drilled and pre-tapped holes in the legs, designed to screw in the pedestal and back were slightly "obsured" by the outer surface of the legs - meaning though the hole was in the right place, the screw would not go in because the screw-hole was obscured. Fortunately, I had the tools to remove the necessary material from the opening and properly expose the screw hole. The shipping box provided minimal protection and the sheer weight of the desktops completely smashed the small Styrofoam pieces used to protect the corners. This allowed ALL the parts to move around inside the box enough to marr and abrade the desktop...

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