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Wavebone Star Rover Studio Desk


Studio Desk

  • Raised monitor shelf with 2x 3 U 19" racks
  • Height-adjustable keyboard shelf (5 positions), for keyboards up to 49 keys
  • Material: steel, MDF
  • Cable holder available separately (not included in scope of delivery)
  • Overall dimensions (W x H x D): 105 x 90.5 x 74 cm
  • Keyboard shelf dimensions (W x D): 94 x 30 cm
  • Height adjustable in 5 positions: 7.7 / 9.7 / 11.7 / 13.7 / 15.7 cm
  • Height of monitor shelf measured from tabletop: 14.5 cm
  • Height from floor to top of table: 76 cm
  • Depth of table top from front edge to 19" racks: 40.5 cm
  • Weight: approx. 38 kg when assembled
  • Includes mounting material
  • Note: Supplied as a kit for self-assembly
Available since March 2023
Item number 554116
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
5.777 kr
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1 Review

Well engineered, but needs an engineering degree to put together!
eddiehimself 21.08.2023
I like the design and quality of this desk. It works nicely for what I wanted it for, which was to have a nice big work surface with an upper monitor platform and a keyboard tray. My only slight criticism with the desk itself is the finish of the desk surface panels.
My big problem with this desk is how annoying it is to put together. I have had other bits of flatpack furniture I put together recently, and those came with actual labels on the pieces so you know which ones are referred to in the assembly guide. In this case, there are no labels, so you have to rely on visually matching the parts with what's drawn in the guide. It's a bit annoying since many parts look very similar, particularly the screws. The screws are all put together in one paper backed plastic package, and the paper is a bit icky from all the grease of the screws.
I think they could make the assembly process a lot easier by simply labelling either the parts themselves or the plastic packaging they come in, and it would be the cost of a few stickers or a bit of ink. Otherwise, I do like this desk.