Ninja Standing Desk!
The compact, lightweight design is perfect for travelers, contractors, and anyone who is tight on space. Finally there's a fully adjustable standing desk at a price you can afford!
Other standing desks on the market are hundreds to thousands of dollars!
The Ninja Standing Desk hangs from a door, wall, or cubicle and is available in 2- and 3-shelf models. It can hold a laptop, monitor, keyboard, and mouse combination as preferred. By adding a third shelf it can also be used as a sitting desk by simply moving the laptop and keyboard down one shelf, and pulling a chair up to the desk. The desk is adjustable to any height and tilt angle; it folds up into a compact package for easy transport, and is sturdy enough for everyday use!
"Using the Ninja Standing Desk, I was more focused and productive and even lost weight from burning extra calories by standing up. I was assassinating my deadlines, slicing through my work day, while feeling healthier and nimble as a ninja."
"When I was a kid I dreamed of growing up to become a ninja. Now poor computer working ergonomics won’t keep me from that very dream!" says inventor Dan McDonley.
- Length: 26”
- Depth: 11”
- Height: Infinite adjustability
- Weight: 2-shelf model weighs less than 5 lbs
- Folded Dimensions: 3" x 11" x 13"
- Load: Each shelf is rated individually for 30 lbs and the entire desk is rated for 80 lbs
- Colors: Black or wine shelves with silver straps
- Supports: T9 Military grade anodized aluminum tubing with shock cord
Designed and built at the TechShop in San Francisco. Manufactured entirely in the USA - mainly in the San Francisco Bay Area
Folding up to about the size of a thick laptop, the Ninja Standing Desk fits easily into a laptop bag, backpack, or carry-on luggage, and weighs about 4 lbs. It takes only minutes to set up, and provides the freedom to work anywhere there is a place to hang it from. With T9 military grade aluminum support poles, the desk is rated for 30 lbs per shelf and 80 lbs total: strong enough to hold any computer workstation.