Sit-to-stand desks: Airlift line from Seville Classics

The AIRLIFT line was designed in response to the demand for height-adjustable workspaces in corporate, healthcare, government and education environments.
The Airlift line was designed in response to the demand for height-adjustable workspaces in corporate, healthcare, government and education environments. Photo credit: Seville Classics

Seville Classics, supplier of ergonomic standing desks, expanded its Airlift line of sit-to-stand desks. The Airlift line was designed in response to the demand for height-adjustable workspaces, including hotel business centers.

Offering more range, the Airlift S3 electric standing desks have a three-section frame that rises from 24.8 inches to a maximum height of 51.4 inches. In addition, the desks include dual motors that lift up to 264 pounds at 1.49 inches per second. The desks also feature a curved desk top (54" x 30") that is available in a black, white or walnut finish. A push-button controller stores up to four height settings for consistent adjustment, as well.  Users can choose from gray, black or white bases.

Meanwhile, the Airlift gas-spring corner standing desk converter riser has a tapered top that is ideal for cubicles and corner desks. The Airlift gas-spring pneumatic system lifts up to 33 pounds and provides nearly 12.9 inches of height adjustment. The desk converter also offers an extra-wide desk top (43" x 23") that fits multiple monitors and laptops, and includes a detachable keyboard tray.

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