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Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk

Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk

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Verified Purchaser
Great desk I love it but... there is some wobble if you don’t put it together perfectly. Now I’m not saying that it is difficult to assemble with the instructions anyone can do it so there is no wobble, but still there is some if you tighten a screw to much before puting another screw in. For that reason I rate this desk 5 star quality. 4 star assembly 5 star packaging 5 star condition it came 5 star exactly what was expected
Verified Purchaser
Great desk but only if you get it for massdrop prices, otherwise I would go with a ikea Bekant. the stability everyone complains about is a non issue assuming your get a non defective unit. The height range felt small when I set it up, but it's actually great, especially for tall people (you could easily be comfortable being 6'6"+). The cable routing is amazing and lets you put monitor power bricks in there and free up the underside of unnecessary cables (you may also want to order longer HDMI/DP/DVI cables if you put your computer on the ground), but the net feels a little loose on the edges and tight in the middle. Overall a very solid desk for the price and anyone who says they can't figure out the instructions also needed the poison labels on everything as a child and should not be trusted.
Verified Purchaser
Okay. Wow. The desk turned out to be fucking awesome. Didn't know the brand, didn't know the site... went for it. Pros: Huge, beautiful, functional. Cons: The border on the mouse pad topper isn't white... But seriously, there's no 'con' to this desk. Arrived professionally, assembled IAW the instruction manual and the YOUTUBE video (helpful for those of you who might not instinctively tighten things correctly) and shazam! Upgrade achieved.
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hello, I want to buy this desk, but im unsure what color to get. Is there not an all black option? I dont want the huge logo on my mouse pad, which seems to come with the black. could u add your pure black option because i will buy that right now.
Pharmius
Trust me IF we had the Pure Black option available right now it would be here. We just happen to not have it in stock when Massdrop dropped it this time around. I am sure the next time it drops (about 3/4 weeks from now) that the pure black will be available again.
Verified Purchaser
Great bang for the buck. I read about people having issues with stability, and I don't have this issue with the desk set at its max height. Been an awesome desk so far! Lot of friends keep trying to talk me out of it. Nope! Goes great with a matching color Arozzi gaming chair. :)
Verified Purchaser
Love the top of this desk. The full mousepad is fantastic. However it would have been a better design with 4 legs instead of 2 in order to avoid the unnecessary rocking that occurs if you mess up the build process at all. I currently run 3 monitors which actually seems like it balances the desk a bit. Overall, i like this desk a lot but for the price tag I expect even better. Good luck to Arozzi on future products!
Verified Purchaser
I have owned the Arrozi Arena desk for almost a year after purchasing it on Massdrop for $200 USD. Easily one of the best desks I have owned. I wanted a desk that would have plenty of space for my dual monitors and PC; and could also be adjusted to give more leg room for my over 6' height. The Arena fills both these rolls with an included 14 sq. ft. custom mouse pad, adjustable steel legs, and hefty load capacity. I do occasionally notice the issues that other users have reported (slight unevenness of tabletop without the mouse pad on it, sharp edges, etc.), but none of these have been a big enough issue for me to remove a star from my rating. The mouse pad is well constructed, easy to clean, and gives the desk a nice look. As a final note, this is a very large desk, so make sure you have the room for it before purchasing. Overall, this desk has met all my needs, and I am sure it will continue to serve me for many years.
Verified Purchaser
This desk was a great solution for my two 27” monitors. It’s incredibly wide and I appreciate the fabric top that comes with it. The desk doesn’t wobble or feel flimsy after putting it together and I appreciate some of the effort taken for cable management as there are three holes that cables can go through. There’s basically a net that can be used for cable management but it doesn’t support a lot of weight so some cables may fall out. My biggest complaint is that’s I didn’t receive the exact desk that I had ordered but am still happy with my purchase.
Verified Purchaser
It is well built and the curved front makes using it quite comfortable. The only reason it did not get five stars is two of the most important parts that need to be labeled Left and Right (as shown on the install video) were not labeled on my desk. It made assembly more difficult, but we got it done and I really like it.
Verified Purchaser
Desk doesnt wobble for me only issue i had was that some screws didnt fit as if the holes were stripped lucky for me that was easy fix. The product should be perfect but thats the reason i got for so cheap i guess ... all in all i am actually happy with purchase next ill be looking into one of the chairs once the one i have breaks
Verified Purchaser
Very disappointing product. Feels like they are taking advantage of "gamer" marketing bs. Really made me question the curation of Massdrop. I was hoping that for a 200$ table without any bells or whistles not much could go wrong. Boy was I surprised, I would rather have one of those 40$ plastic tables from Walmart. My Biggest Issues
  • Uneven surface. At this price I think it's fair to ask for a flat surface. The mousepad masks it somewhat but it is still noticeable when you go over the "bump" with your mouse or you have an object like a keyboard that can't sit over the dividers. I contacted Arozzi support and they said they couldn't guarantee a flat replacement table or give me a refund.
  • Unreasonably sharp edges. Again another design flaw slightly masked by the mouse pad. The underside of the table is still very exposed and it's really easy to get uncomfortably poked with a grazing arm or hand.
  • Wobbly surface. Typing a little too hard or slightly leaning on the table and it wobbles/bends very noticeably. It's honestly embarrassing having someone come to my desk and see how much the monitor shakes because of the unstable surface.
I endured this desk for about a year but regretted the purchase within a week of receiving it. I've now donated the desk to Goodwill now that I can afford a replacement. Don't be fooled 200$ is in no shape or form a "deal" for this.
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I got a Jarvis standing desk from fully. Really happy with the decision. I don't use the standing functionality just got it so I could adjust the height to my needs since most desks are too tall for me.
Ladrik
Thank you for the info, i like the height adjust cause im a big guy, my current desk has to sit on wood to be at a good height thats comfortable
Verified Purchaser
I have to say, I do like the width and depth of this desk a lot. I like the idea of the mouse pad surface and despite what you might read, it's not hard to clean at all. Damp warm rag, wipe it, done. The shipping was fast and the building instructions were relatively easy to follow. There were a couple things in the manual that could be improved but, all in all, not bad. Pros:
  • Mouse pad surface is extremely convenient, looks good, easy to clean and clever.
  • Length and width of the tablet are awesome, gives you plenty of space to do what you need to
  • Cable management holes are well placed and extremely handy
  • Cable management net below the table is a great idea and does the job (could definitely be improved, tho)
  • Sturdy construction, (minor wobble; and yes, the table was built properly)
  • Ergonomic, feels good being at the desk
  • Height slightly adjustable
Cons (long descriptions so it doesn't sound like I'm being needlessly critical):
  • Despite following instructions exactly many times over, the desk still undoubtedly has a wobble. There is no getting around it. This is the way the desk was manufactured and designed. I see here in the comment section that, if built properly, it won't wobble. That's just not true. It's not a huge wobble by any means, but it does wobble, especially if you're getting adjusted. It's a back and forth motion, based on the connection between the top of the legs and the table. It's a bit annoying, especially if you have a monitor on an arm like I do, but it's easy to get over.
  • Under the table where the center connecting piece attaches to the left and right wings of the desk, 4 bolt screws are completely stripped. 2 of the screw holes on each side were stripped, which means that If I wasn't lucky and didn't have the other screws totally snug, I'd have a dead table. Right now I have the screws in the stripped holes in case something does give, at least there will be something there to prevent it from crashing on my legs. This won't happen with everyone, but it's inconvenient and tarnishes the quality of the table.
  • Said connective piece is poorly placed for taller folks. I'm 6'1" and my knees hit the metal connective section underneath the table almost every time I sit down. So, that's something I wish wasn't there. It's also intrusive when you're sitting; have to avoid it whenever I move my legs around.
  • Height adjustment is difficult. To change the height of the desk you have to loosen a nut on the side of each leg, at which point, a smaller, telescoping leg elongates and raises the table up. Simple enough when you have nothing on the desk, but stupid and dangerous for your equipment when you do have things on it. The issue with this is that it is nearly impossible to determine a comfortable height for your sitting position without at least some of your gear on the table (maybe monitor).
I have to say that if I had bought this from somewhere local, I probably would have returned it for a non-defective model, (the stripped screws are horribly noisy as well, every time the table moves) but, this is Massdrop and I ordered a table. I don't mean to rag too hard on the product because I actually really like it, would love it though, if some of these things were improved upon. For the price though, very hard to beat. PS (if an Arozzi rep could reach out to me re the screws, that'd be appreciated)
Ottoverdun
Sorry for the delay in response here. First and foremost we want to get you taken care of. Please contact us at service@arozzi.com. To shortly comment on your review I do not seem to be having any of those issues with my Arena that I am using now.
  1. My desk does not wobble. I have 3 larger monitors grommet mounted on this desk. (1x 38" LG curved ultrawide & 2x 34" LG curved ultrawides.)
  2. I am 6'4" tall and have 35" inseam. I have the desk at about 75% of its height capability and do not have any problems with my legs even touching the underside frame.
  3. I will agree that height adjustable can be more difficult, especially if you are doing it by yourself. For future readers of this post try this.
  • First adjust your chair for the perfect ergonomic fit. Make sure your legs are at a comfortable and as close to 90 degree angle as possible without much pressure on your under thighs. Then adjust your armrest so that they are also at a comfortable and as close to 90 degrees as possible when you are sitting upright.
  • Next, match your table height to be level with your tops of your armrest. This will make a smooth surface between your desk and chair and the two wont be uneven.
  • Lastly, adjust your monitors to be proper eye level which for most should be the middle of the screen at eye level.
By doing all these things you should be sitting in a proper ergonomic position as well as not too far away or too close to your monitors.
Verified Purchaser
Love it. Easy to assemble, sturdy and improved my gaming area 100%. Now just waiting for the Verona XL to hit the drop😉
Verified Purchaser
This desk is fantastic. I spend a ton of time at my desk and have had a few in my day, some better than others. This one has a huge surface area, the included mouse mat surface saves me time and is fairly easy to clean. It's durable - I took it apart, put it in the trunk of my car with a bunch of other stuff and moved halfway across the country, and it put back together like the day I first assembled it. I've got a 35" ultrawide monitor, a 28.5"4K side monitor, my mouse and keyboard setup and speakers on here and there's still room to spare. Cannot recommend this desk enough.
Verified Purchaser
It's a good desk, but I followed the video instructions to the letter and this thing wobbles when the legs are extended. It didn't have a wobble when I first put it together but it picked it up after I realized it was too low and I extended the legs about an inch. I keep seeing a recommendation to take the desk apart and reassemble. That seems a bit extreme. Took an hour to put together. Took even longer to break down my computer setup and reassemble that. Breaking everything down again, disassembling and reassembling the desk seems like something that would take the better part of a day. I can live with a little wobble, I'm just not happy about it. There were also multiple screws that would not tighten.
Verified Purchaser
This desk is great. There is plenty of space, and the surface is a great material. I couldn't notice a difference between this and my Steel Series mouse pad, which was an unexpected surprise. The instructions mostly clear, but there was definitely one point where I could have used a bit more detail. From those who said this is wobbly, I experienced that after first assembling. When you tighten the legs at the bottom (one of the first steps), they can become a bit lose by the end of the construction. I flipped the desk back over and tightened the legs as tight as I could, and all the wobble was completely gone.
Verified Purchaser
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Make sure you have 63” before you order, the desk is pretty big. You can tell the desk is a little on the cheap end while putting it together, particularly some of the screws for the support bars don’t thread in as tight as I’d like but the desk seems sturdy enough. The mouse pad top is super really nice even if it has a strong rubbery smell at first. I haven’t messed around with the hight adjustment but the low setting is fine for me. The cable management is a big plus for me although I wish the netting were a little more supportive. while the quality is partially lacking in some areas, as a whole the desk is extremely nice especially for the money. 5/5 for great value.
Verified Purchaser
This is a great desk. I bought this the first time it dropped (or second, I can't remember now) since I was moving and needed to design my workspace from the ground up given that I work remotely and have for the last 2+ years. This desk let me easily mount a 24" screen and a 27" screen in the center hole, and then leave a 24" I have turned vertically off to the right. The amount of stuff I can keep on my desk at any given time is incredible to the point of it leading to some bad habits I'm trying to combat. I'm planning another move soon hopefully to Dublin and I'll probably be buying another one of these desks when that time comes rather than trying to breakdown and ship the 100 lbs of desk I have here in the states. Another $250 is easily worth the price of admission and not being without my desk.
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Verified Purchaser
After waiting almost a month for my product i contacted Massdrop who stated it was "Delivered" after i checked the FEDEX delivery log it was reported delivered all right.... delivered right back to Massdrop... Apparently FEDEX damaged the package, or the package was already damaged and by the time it got to my home-state the box was in an unmanageable condition so they returned it to Massdrop. I received no notification or anything and after several emails to Massdrop and threatening BBB involvement and Credit Card disputes, I was finally met with a response to the like of "Well this isn't really our fault and normally issues with shipment that have been marked delivered are the owner's responsibility, but we guess we'll give you a refund this time".
I've got no hard beef with Massdrop, or FEDEX or even Arrozi for that matter because they all have solid businesses... However, what i experienced on this day was not great customer support. Arozzi needs to do a better job of packaging if this over 80lb desk is going to be shipped cross country or even internationally, FEDEX needs to do a better job of handling said packages (I know for example they don't as i ordered the Turismo Racing desk which weighed about the same and came with markings indicating "Two-man lift" and I watched through my security system as the delivery man dragged the box through the street from his truck solo); and finally, Massdrop needs to do a better job at tracking all of the things they send out, some communication between their shipping, deliveries, and customer support departments would probably help.
Attached are the pictures of the email chain just to prove I am not lying about their customer support.
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Verified Purchaser
Quite sturdy, plenty of room for dual monitors. I currently have a 32" ultrawide and a 27" monitor with room for my headphone stand and peripherals on the other side. The mouse pad is very comfy as well, and great quality. Assembly wasn't bad, did it myself in an hour or two. It is heavy though, so if you are smaller or not real strong definitely get help from someone.
Verified Purchaser
I am not sure about others but my desk panels were different thinknesses leaving the table top not flat obviously. And the bottom mounting frame wasnt right either or maybe it was just the table top but the bolts didnt line up for the metal or the threads had to force everything together not very sturdy either :/
B15HY
Please contact our service team. service@arozzi.com . When properly assembled this is very sturdy and the panel will match properly. You should not have to force threads. I would recommend that you disassemble it and start over. Maybe follow the video instructions that I linked to about two comments below. But by all means contact our service team for anything that's not correct and we'll get you taken care of.
Verified Purchaser
The mouse pad is top tier, construction done very well. This review from my teenager.
Verified Purchaser
The assembly instructions was clear but the picture didn’t really match what was needed. A little longer than needed. When heightened to the max it became wobbly but when I made sure it was lowered to where the small pads on leg was met to secure the legs it didn’t wobble. Surely it could have been a easier set up... maybe notches in legs to adjust height. Pad is perfect but the net needs to be a little bigger and tighter but all in all it works
Verified Purchaser
Bought two of these and they have been great for cable management, have a decent amount of space but it would likely be crowded if you had 3 non-mounted monitors, I have two monitors for what its worth. If you have mounts that probably wouldn't be an issue. The height is adjustable but would probably be a pain after everything is set up, I've never needed to adjust it but you definitely want to get the height right the first time around.
Verified Purchaser
Not what I expected when I decided to buy it. I’m no expert instruction follower but I’m pretty sure I didn’t mess anything up too bad, and it wobbles. Being a gaming desk, I can see why it might have a bit to compensate for the weight of accessories and such, but still it’s wobble is the only thing that bothers me.
NameDotZip
Hi, please contact our service department service@arozzi.com . I can 100% assure you that a properly assembled Arena does not wobble. We have put together dozens for use in our office and at trade shows. Our team can help you review your assembly process and get it assembled properly and solidly.
Also, here is an assembly video that might help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16YtLBCltPo&t=110s