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    A standing desk that helps alleviate back pain but might cause a headache.
    Sitting in a chair at a desk all day isn't exactly great for the human body, and this realization has prompted the creation of standing desks from a number of different manufacturers. I regularly use an IKEA SKARSTA desk fitted with a hand crank that raises and lowers the main portion, and it does a great job of allowing a bit of a stretch when I nevertheless still have a lot of writing to get done. However, I would be lying if I said that the minute of cranking hasn't been a deterrent to standing. Yes, I'm lazy.
    The Magic Desk from 37 Degree Smart Home makes it as easy as possible to raise and lower the desk, and it also has a bunch of extra features tacked on that aim to keep your working day as comfortable as possible. I've used the Magic Desk for about two weeks now, and while it is a fine piece of furniture, there are certainly some things to be aware of.

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    10-15-2018 12:10 PM

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