We've been praising the merits of the UpWrite stand up desk for a while now. In fact we think it's so cool that we've even created a twin for our favorite height adjustable desk - the UpWrite Midnight which let's you color with neon markers like you're a kid in a black-light candy store.
And now it looks like we're not the only ones in love with the UpWrite. The popular tech site TechnoBuffalo gave us a glowing review back in March giving it a 9.0 rating! It's safe to say that the UpWrite is finally getting the attention it deserves.
The biggest pro of the UpWrite according to TechnoBuffalo is actually the biggest benefit of a height adjustable desk that we've been preaching about for months - UpDesk helps you make the switch to standing gradually and in your own timeline. "The UpDesk's design durability and functionality helped ease me into the world of standings desks" wrote reviewer Brandon Russell. "Some days you're more tired than others so being able to dynamically change your workspace is a big deal."
Preach it Brandon! That's exactly why we love the electrically powered UpWrite too. (Not to mention the PowerUp and SquaredUp as well). With just a touch of a button you can adjust your desk height in seconds - anywhere from 25.5 to 50.5 inches which means you can pull up that office chair when you need to sit or kick it aside when you're ready to stand.
TechnoBuffalo also said they love the easy assembly of the UpWrite as well as the "strong and spacious" desktop that you can take notes on (or just doodle) with dry-erase markers.
And while we're certainly thankful for the great review from TechnoBuffalo what we're most excited about is Brandon's great advice about easing your way into standing while you work.
"I still sit. I sit when I get tired. I sit when I want to relax. But thanks to the UpDesk I was encouraged to sit a little less and move around a little more. When it comes to your health a little change can go a long way."
Standing desks are for everyone - you just have to figure out the best way to get started.