How is ZestDesk different from other standing desk products?
ZestDesk was developed by Dr Peter Moore, a back pain sufferer who understands the needs of the modern worker (he is a mobile worker himself). ZestDesk is the only portable, ergonomic solution with two adjustable levels to ensure good posture.How can ZestDesk be so strong and yet so lightweight?
The structural components of ZestDesk are high-grade aluminium. The tabletop and monitor stand are laminated – the same as most office desks.Need to sit?
Simply fold up ZestDesk or pull up a stool.What if I buy ZestDesk and it isn’t for me?
We stand by our product so if ZestDesk is not for you, you can return it within 30 days of receipt of the product and receive a full refund, less shipping.If I want to use two monitor stands, what size screens can I fit?
It depends upon whether the screens are angled or not. Assuming they are on the same plane and not overlapping, it would fit a] Two 17” screens/laptops B] A 22” plus a 13” screen/ laptopIs the monitor stand stable when it is fully extended?
Yes. The design of ZestDesk is unique. While being incredibly lightweight, ZestDesk is also very strong and stable and the unit will not bend or tip over at any height, regardless of the weight placed on it.Will ZestDesk scratch my desk?
ZestDesk is specifically designed with non-marking rubber feet to ensure your desk will not be harmed. ZestDesk is also heat and stain resistant, so if you spill your drink, just wipe it clean with a damp cloth; no need for special cleaning products.Could standing make my back/neck pain worse?
It is always a good idea to consult with a trusted health professional before making changes to your lifestyle.Can I write comfortably using ZestDesk?
Yes. ZestDesk is built to enable the user to write and draw without experiencing any wobble or unsteadiness. ZestDesk is also strong enough to support an average adult’s weight, so you can safely lean on the desktop.Can I bring the screen closer to me?
You obviously do not want to place the screen right on the edge. A good rule of thumb would be to place it anywhere on the stand as long as most of the weight is placed on the back two thirds of the stand.