Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel including memory presets.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Ergonomic sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.
Heavy-duty sit or stand desk frame with adjustable height using touch screen control panel.

Electric Single Motor Desk Frame with Touch Screen Memory Controller

DESK-V102E

$279.99 Regular price
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  • 30 day return policy
  • 3 Year Warranty
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Customer Reviews

Based on 119 reviews
71%
(84)
14%
(17)
5%
(6)
3%
(4)
7%
(8)
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Anonymous
This was good, while it lasted.

This desk was an affordable option when I bought it in June 2020. I used it for about a year without issue. After a year... it started doing this weird thing where it would start going up to a preset position and then - STOP - like had slammed into an invisible wall. Then it would reverse a few notches and stop. This went on for about 6 months, getting progressively worse over time.After 18 months, it had gotten so bad, that I took apart my motor. The attached pictures are what I found. A plastic gear that had been chewed up badly by a metal pinion. Ouch. At this point, I'm assuming that the desk is shot, after less than 2 years. I started researching new standing desk options.BUT WAIT. THE STORY DOESN'T END HERE!I contacted Vivo support at vivo-us.com. I chatted with a representative on 5:30 PM on a Friday evening. I sent him the pictures above. I sent him my SKU. I sent him my order number. Keep in mind, this was an AMAZON order, not a direct order from Vivo. Within 15 minutes, I was informed that a new motor would be sent to my home, and would ship out on Monday.So... is my mind blown by the product? Not really. It's okay for the price, but obviously there is a design flaw in that motor. I think they may have updated it in new versions, based on my conversation with the Vivo rep.Is my mind blow by their customer service? Yep. Absolutely. Vivo has a 3 year warranty on all their products, whether purchased directly or through Amazon. And they honor it. Quickly. I have purchased many vivo products, and I will continue to buy from them going forward.

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Anonymous
I recommend this to all of my friends

I bought this frame, and put a butcherblock countertop that I got from Home Depot on it. I got it a little over 2 years ago, and I still love it. I've recommended it to a few friends, and they enjoy theirs as well.It's not perfect though.When in a standing position, movements on the desk can cause my monitors to shake slightly, but it's really not that noticeable to me.I have my fairly heavy computer sitting on top of the desk. Because it's not the dual motor version, I've gotten in a habit of slightly lifting the desk top up when I start to put it in the standing position. Sometimes if I don't do this, the controller will show an error code, won't lift the desk, and won't go away until I unplug and replug the desk back into the power outlet. At first this was disappointing, but I literally just give it a little bit of help at the very beginning of the lift, and then it raises on its own. Not a deal breaker for me.Depending on the desk top you install on this, it can be a pretty tall desk at the lowest position. My butcherblock countertop is 1.5" thick, making the lowest position 32" from the ground. I have to raise my office chair to the highest position and use a foot rest in order to have decent desk ergonomics.Aside from the desk, I recommend getting an anti-fatigue mat so that your feet don't hurt while using this in the standing position. With the mat, I sometimes will keep the desk in the standing position for multiple days in a row.For the price and features, I highly recommend this desk. A standing desk has really been a game changer for me and my back issues.

A
Anonymous
Turn your desk into a sitting/standing desk

I had a basic Ikea counter top that was using basic Ikea legs for a work table. Remove the legs and attach this thing! It's awesome. I like that I can sit and work, and then stand for a while and work, and then sit and work again. It has three memory settings. I will note that the lowest it goes might be a little high for some people. I am 6'3" so it's good for me.The stand came in a well packaged box. The directions were straight forward. It took me an hour or so to put it all together. It didn't need any super special tools or anything like that. It works great. I really could not be happier with this product.

A
Anonymous
Turn your desk into a sitting/standing desk

I had a basic Ikea counter top that was using basic Ikea legs for a work table. Remove the legs and attach this thing! It's awesome. I like that I can sit and work, and then stand for a while and work, and then sit and work again. It has three memory settings. I will note that the lowest it goes might be a little high for some people. I am 6'3" so it's good for me.The stand came in a well packaged box. The directions were straight forward. It took me an hour or so to put it all together. It didn't need any super special tools or anything like that. It works great. I really could not be happier with this product.

A
Anonymous
Normal Guy #2

Overall I'm very happy with the electric desk...sturdy, smooth operations and looks great. However I think most "normal" folks will find it takes a couple of hours to assemble. I think the directions are mediocre at best, as the pictures they don't provide enough good visual queues on assembling (front, back, motor position, etc.). Between the instructions and the online video I was able to figure things out. I did buy the vivo under-desk keyboard tray which I highly recommend as it makes for a much more ergonomically friendly setup (especially for people who do a lot of typing). As you can see my cabling management is a bit lacking. I also bought an "underdesk cable management tray) which will clean things up considerably - I intend to mount on back & under of desk.

About Product
DESK-V102E from VIVO is the perfect piece to your standing desk station, allowing you to find that much needed healthy balance of sitting and standing throughout the long work day. This is a single motor electric desk frame (frame only) and requires a separate purchase of a tabletop with a recommended length of 41" to 85", width of 23" to 44", and a thickness of 3/4" and greater. Assembly is an easy-to-do process and we include all the necessary hardware to get your desk frame put together and mounted to your desired desktop. Features include telescoping height adjustment to go from sitting to standing in seconds with a simple touch, elegant controller touch screen with customizable settings for desired user heights, programmable alarms settings for helpful reminders to stand or sit throughout your busy day, adjustable frame length to fit your desired table top size, and all steel construction and a thick leg support system with a strong load capacity holding up to 176lbs.
Specifications
  • Min height: 28.7"
  • Max height: 48.5"
  • Length: 40" to 61"
  • Max Speed: 1.5" / second
  • Input: 100V -240V
  • Powerful, silent, and smooth single motor lift system
  • Reinforced steel footings for extra stability with a load capacity of 176 lbs.
  • Adjustable feet pads offer extra stability
  • Overload / heat protection
  • Control Type: Button
  • Column Segments: 2 Segments Column. Top segment is 60mm thick while the bottom segment is 50mm thick
  • Includes all hardware and tools required and clear instructions for assembly
Prop 65 Warning

This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl phthalate (DINP) which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Easy Sit-To-Stand Transition
28.7" to 48.5" Continuous Height Range
Powerful single motor provides smooth electric height adjustments for easy sit to stand transitions. Cut down on your time in a sedentary sitting position and enjoy all the benefits of a standing workstation: increased energy, less stress and fatigue, greater productivity, and more. NOTE: Desktop is not included.
3 Programmable Height Settings
LED Memory Controller
The easy to use push button LED memory controller lets you program 3 height settings for easy sit to stand transitions throughout your day. Additional features included Timed Reminders to stand throughout your day, Power Saving Mode, and more.
ADJUSTABLE FRAME WIDTH
40" to 61" Max Frame WIDTH
Perfect for building your own custom desk setup, the frame can adjust to fit desktops 41" to 85" wide, 23" to 44" deep, and at least 3/4" thickness.

Customer Reviews

Based on 119 reviews
71%
(84)
14%
(17)
5%
(6)
3%
(4)
7%
(8)
A
Anonymous
This was good, while it lasted.

This desk was an affordable option when I bought it in June 2020. I used it for about a year without issue. After a year... it started doing this weird thing where it would start going up to a preset position and then - STOP - like had slammed into an invisible wall. Then it would reverse a few notches and stop. This went on for about 6 months, getting progressively worse over time.After 18 months, it had gotten so bad, that I took apart my motor. The attached pictures are what I found. A plastic gear that had been chewed up badly by a metal pinion. Ouch. At this point, I'm assuming that the desk is shot, after less than 2 years. I started researching new standing desk options.BUT WAIT. THE STORY DOESN'T END HERE!I contacted Vivo support at vivo-us.com. I chatted with a representative on 5:30 PM on a Friday evening. I sent him the pictures above. I sent him my SKU. I sent him my order number. Keep in mind, this was an AMAZON order, not a direct order from Vivo. Within 15 minutes, I was informed that a new motor would be sent to my home, and would ship out on Monday.So... is my mind blown by the product? Not really. It's okay for the price, but obviously there is a design flaw in that motor. I think they may have updated it in new versions, based on my conversation with the Vivo rep.Is my mind blow by their customer service? Yep. Absolutely. Vivo has a 3 year warranty on all their products, whether purchased directly or through Amazon. And they honor it. Quickly. I have purchased many vivo products, and I will continue to buy from them going forward.

A
Anonymous
I recommend this to all of my friends

I bought this frame, and put a butcherblock countertop that I got from Home Depot on it. I got it a little over 2 years ago, and I still love it. I've recommended it to a few friends, and they enjoy theirs as well.It's not perfect though.When in a standing position, movements on the desk can cause my monitors to shake slightly, but it's really not that noticeable to me.I have my fairly heavy computer sitting on top of the desk. Because it's not the dual motor version, I've gotten in a habit of slightly lifting the desk top up when I start to put it in the standing position. Sometimes if I don't do this, the controller will show an error code, won't lift the desk, and won't go away until I unplug and replug the desk back into the power outlet. At first this was disappointing, but I literally just give it a little bit of help at the very beginning of the lift, and then it raises on its own. Not a deal breaker for me.Depending on the desk top you install on this, it can be a pretty tall desk at the lowest position. My butcherblock countertop is 1.5" thick, making the lowest position 32" from the ground. I have to raise my office chair to the highest position and use a foot rest in order to have decent desk ergonomics.Aside from the desk, I recommend getting an anti-fatigue mat so that your feet don't hurt while using this in the standing position. With the mat, I sometimes will keep the desk in the standing position for multiple days in a row.For the price and features, I highly recommend this desk. A standing desk has really been a game changer for me and my back issues.

A
Anonymous
Turn your desk into a sitting/standing desk

I had a basic Ikea counter top that was using basic Ikea legs for a work table. Remove the legs and attach this thing! It's awesome. I like that I can sit and work, and then stand for a while and work, and then sit and work again. It has three memory settings. I will note that the lowest it goes might be a little high for some people. I am 6'3" so it's good for me.The stand came in a well packaged box. The directions were straight forward. It took me an hour or so to put it all together. It didn't need any super special tools or anything like that. It works great. I really could not be happier with this product.

A
Anonymous
Turn your desk into a sitting/standing desk

I had a basic Ikea counter top that was using basic Ikea legs for a work table. Remove the legs and attach this thing! It's awesome. I like that I can sit and work, and then stand for a while and work, and then sit and work again. It has three memory settings. I will note that the lowest it goes might be a little high for some people. I am 6'3" so it's good for me.The stand came in a well packaged box. The directions were straight forward. It took me an hour or so to put it all together. It didn't need any super special tools or anything like that. It works great. I really could not be happier with this product.

A
Anonymous
Normal Guy #2

Overall I'm very happy with the electric desk...sturdy, smooth operations and looks great. However I think most "normal" folks will find it takes a couple of hours to assemble. I think the directions are mediocre at best, as the pictures they don't provide enough good visual queues on assembling (front, back, motor position, etc.). Between the instructions and the online video I was able to figure things out. I did buy the vivo under-desk keyboard tray which I highly recommend as it makes for a much more ergonomically friendly setup (especially for people who do a lot of typing). As you can see my cabling management is a bit lacking. I also bought an "underdesk cable management tray) which will clean things up considerably - I intend to mount on back & under of desk.

Customer Reviews

Based on 119 reviews
71%
(84)
14%
(17)
5%
(6)
3%
(4)
7%
(8)
A
Anonymous
This was good, while it lasted.

This desk was an affordable option when I bought it in June 2020. I used it for about a year without issue. After a year... it started doing this weird thing where it would start going up to a preset position and then - STOP - like had slammed into an invisible wall. Then it would reverse a few notches and stop. This went on for about 6 months, getting progressively worse over time.After 18 months, it had gotten so bad, that I took apart my motor. The attached pictures are what I found. A plastic gear that had been chewed up badly by a metal pinion. Ouch. At this point, I'm assuming that the desk is shot, after less than 2 years. I started researching new standing desk options.BUT WAIT. THE STORY DOESN'T END HERE!I contacted Vivo support at vivo-us.com. I chatted with a representative on 5:30 PM on a Friday evening. I sent him the pictures above. I sent him my SKU. I sent him my order number. Keep in mind, this was an AMAZON order, not a direct order from Vivo. Within 15 minutes, I was informed that a new motor would be sent to my home, and would ship out on Monday.So... is my mind blown by the product? Not really. It's okay for the price, but obviously there is a design flaw in that motor. I think they may have updated it in new versions, based on my conversation with the Vivo rep.Is my mind blow by their customer service? Yep. Absolutely. Vivo has a 3 year warranty on all their products, whether purchased directly or through Amazon. And they honor it. Quickly. I have purchased many vivo products, and I will continue to buy from them going forward.

A
Anonymous
I recommend this to all of my friends

I bought this frame, and put a butcherblock countertop that I got from Home Depot on it. I got it a little over 2 years ago, and I still love it. I've recommended it to a few friends, and they enjoy theirs as well.It's not perfect though.When in a standing position, movements on the desk can cause my monitors to shake slightly, but it's really not that noticeable to me.I have my fairly heavy computer sitting on top of the desk. Because it's not the dual motor version, I've gotten in a habit of slightly lifting the desk top up when I start to put it in the standing position. Sometimes if I don't do this, the controller will show an error code, won't lift the desk, and won't go away until I unplug and replug the desk back into the power outlet. At first this was disappointing, but I literally just give it a little bit of help at the very beginning of the lift, and then it raises on its own. Not a deal breaker for me.Depending on the desk top you install on this, it can be a pretty tall desk at the lowest position. My butcherblock countertop is 1.5" thick, making the lowest position 32" from the ground. I have to raise my office chair to the highest position and use a foot rest in order to have decent desk ergonomics.Aside from the desk, I recommend getting an anti-fatigue mat so that your feet don't hurt while using this in the standing position. With the mat, I sometimes will keep the desk in the standing position for multiple days in a row.For the price and features, I highly recommend this desk. A standing desk has really been a game changer for me and my back issues.

A
Anonymous
Turn your desk into a sitting/standing desk

I had a basic Ikea counter top that was using basic Ikea legs for a work table. Remove the legs and attach this thing! It's awesome. I like that I can sit and work, and then stand for a while and work, and then sit and work again. It has three memory settings. I will note that the lowest it goes might be a little high for some people. I am 6'3" so it's good for me.The stand came in a well packaged box. The directions were straight forward. It took me an hour or so to put it all together. It didn't need any super special tools or anything like that. It works great. I really could not be happier with this product.

A
Anonymous
Turn your desk into a sitting/standing desk

I had a basic Ikea counter top that was using basic Ikea legs for a work table. Remove the legs and attach this thing! It's awesome. I like that I can sit and work, and then stand for a while and work, and then sit and work again. It has three memory settings. I will note that the lowest it goes might be a little high for some people. I am 6'3" so it's good for me.The stand came in a well packaged box. The directions were straight forward. It took me an hour or so to put it all together. It didn't need any super special tools or anything like that. It works great. I really could not be happier with this product.

A
Anonymous
Normal Guy #2

Overall I'm very happy with the electric desk...sturdy, smooth operations and looks great. However I think most "normal" folks will find it takes a couple of hours to assemble. I think the directions are mediocre at best, as the pictures they don't provide enough good visual queues on assembling (front, back, motor position, etc.). Between the instructions and the online video I was able to figure things out. I did buy the vivo under-desk keyboard tray which I highly recommend as it makes for a much more ergonomically friendly setup (especially for people who do a lot of typing). As you can see my cabling management is a bit lacking. I also bought an "underdesk cable management tray) which will clean things up considerably - I intend to mount on back & under of desk.