Update: This deal is no longer available in Black.

The Halter ED-257 Height-adjustable sit/stand elevating desktop is down to $98.79 with code WIEVFKZG on Amazon. This elevating desktop normally sells for $130 and has never sold below $100 before, even though it's fairly new. The deal is good in Black or Cherry.

You don't necessarily need the code, either. Make sure the seller is "Super Deal" and then look for the "Buy 1, Get 24% Off" promotion underneath the price on the product page. If you click the arrow next to where it says "1 Applicable Promotion" and click "Redeem," you will see the new price reflected on your final total during checkout.

This is a rare product not eligible for Prime shipping probably because of its size. It's still free shipping, but you can expect the shipment to arrive about a week from when you order it.

The ED-257 is a new budget version of the Halter ED-258. Both devices adjust to cover the same heights, the 257 is just not as fancy (and the 258 wasn't that fancy to begin with). According to critic reviews, these elevating desktops will be comfortable for anyone around 5'9" or shorter. If you're too much above 6-feet, it won't be comfortable in a standing position.

Other than looks, the 257 and 258 are not very different from one another except the 257 is covered by a longer warranty (two years compared to one).

Other features include:

  • Squeeze handles for easy height adjustment
  • Switches from sitting to standing position in seconds
  • Comes fully assembled, just place the desk on top of a table / desk / etc. and you're all set
  • Fits most desks in any office or cube
  • Desktop length: 27.75" | Desktop width: 20.75" | Desktop Minimum Height: 4.5" | Desktop Maximum Height: 16" | Keyboard Tray Dimensions: 14.75" X 10" | Desktop weight: 30 lbs
  • Built-In Cable Management makes it so you don't have your monitor / mouse / keyboard wires are all neat and stored properly

The ED-257 is really new but the 258 has been around for a while and has plenty of positive user reviews with 4.5 stars based on 358 write-ups.

If you invest in this you're going to be standing for a while. You should get an anti-fatigue standing mat to go with it.

If you're interested in a standing desk but just aren't ready for the full commitment yet, there are some trial desks, like this surprisingly sturdy $25 cardboard converter you can try.

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