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I love minimalism. Having bought and donated many desks in my life, I decided it was time to stop and find something that would last. Nothing exists that will work for:

  • Standing
  • Sitting
  • Light
  • Strong
  • Easy to customize
  • Wheeled
  • Is ergonomically correct
  • Fit through a smaller than normal doorway

This solution I found checks all those boxes.

My most important rule for minimalism is “can you use an item for more than one purpose). As you will see, this is more like a large lego (a desk that is using unlikely parts).

To be $100 ergonomically correct, we need our arms to be at right angles. This requires some extra tools that you might not have, so I will break them down here:

Without including a computer, these electronic setup is $167.