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The frame is the Fezibo Dual Motor Standing Desk Frame. I don't experience much wobble at standing height. There's a very minor amount of movement. I tired to sway it side to side and it feels pretty solid. If I'm typing with some attitude, I'll see my monitors with a tiny bit of shake but that's it really
The longest recommended desktop length is apparently only like 67 inches per the description, but due to its reported ability to handle heavier weights and my measurements, I went for it anyways.
I could not be more confident in this frame's ability to take care of business. It feels extremely sturdy, my counter top as mounted sits completely solid. Attached or on my desk are my pc, my xbox, decent sized speakers, all the cabling, and 3 monitors. Before I put the last 2 monitors on I had asked myself if it would still handle the weight of everything plus the desktop so I dropped a 30 pound weight on the desk. Still raised without slowing down. I even pushed down on it and it still raised just fine.
This frame has kicked ass for me and I would set it up again this way in a heartbeat.
Don't waste your money on pre-packaged desks or office supply stores/sites. Ones like the Autonomous or Uplift desks are ridiculously priced for what they are.
Piece your own together
1) get a dual motor standing desk frame from Amazon. I have this one but unfortunately it's out of stock at the moment: [link]
2) get a nice piece of solid wood for the top. You can go to Lowes or Home Depot and get a butcher block countertop in the size you want. Or I personally recommend this: [link]
It works amazing as a desk. It's a thick piece of wood with a smooth finish. If you don't want a smooth finish, then maybe the butcher block option is better. But whatever you do, DON'T buy anything that isn't solid wood!
This will be about $415 pretax. The Autonomous desk is $569 for the XL desk and it's particle board. The Uplift is $819 for the 72" with wood.
I have my heavy tower hanging onto it and two heavy (G-Sync) monitors mounted. Easily about 150lbs of equipment screwed into the desk and it doesn't even flinch. I wouldn't trust particle board with that. The top itself is about 50 lbs so that's over 200 lbs of weight on the frame and it goes up and down without a hitch.
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Table top: Lowe’s Sparrow Peak Stained acacia Butcher Block
Frame: Fezibo Sit/Stand Deak Frame
I bought this one from Amazon back in February. Very sturdy and movement is smooth. Paired with an Ikea top. [link]
there are plenty others on amazon