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Vivo Electric Sit/Stand-Up Desk Workstations

Vivo Electric Sit/Stand-Up Desk Workstations

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Please bring this back! My friends saw my set up and now they want two more for themselves!
Got one from last drop. It has pretty bad QC issues (oversized screw hole and bad tolerance). I've contacted Massdrop support last week, no response yet.
Gonna buy this before Trump Tariffs start hitting the market.
Why am I even able to request this drop when it doesn't even ship to Norway? Stupid and a waste of time to even alert me of it's availability.
asjur
Same for Canada :(
Mine came with paint chipped off the legs at the edges, near where it connects to the top frame. I'll have to look closer to verify, but it looks like rust where it's chipped. I'll deal with the appearance, which I can't see (but could touch up myself) if the electronics would work.
The control works for less than a minute before it shows dashes, then stops responding until I power cycle it, leaving it off for several seconds. I don't get any error codes, just the dashes, which aren't mentioned in the operating manual.
I've left a message for Massdrop Support.
.bob
dotBob
The unit goes into a sleep mode/power savings mode within that minute, simply press and hold the M to wake it up.
registered
Thanks, that made my day! I can now say it works great. I have to get some finish for the Ikea solid birch desk top now, to make it truly complete. It definitely feels stout with the dual motors.
Most of the desk arrived in the box, if you could really call it a box at that point. The desk was protruding from the top of the box and the exposed part was dented and scratched up. Aside from that, there were numerous punctures all over the box and the frame is bent. It looks like it literally fell off the back of a truck before being repeatedly impaled by a forklift operator on crack. Apparently, they just eventually decided to try to hold it together with a few plastic packaging straps and sent it on its merry way to my house, where it now sits as a heap of useless metal. I have contacted Massdrop support, but I have yet to get a response. With quality control like this, why buy anything from Massdrop? It's not a deal when you are sent something that is obviously broken and your only recourse is to deal with a nonresponsive support system that you can only contact via a web form. Caveat emptor. Already not worth the 'savings'. Pitiful.
I want a "corner" desk like I have now is there a way if I ordered two that I would be able to wire them together to raise/lower both of them at the same time? Or maybe one dual motor and ask to order one without motors then both end legs would have the motors that would then raise/lower together?
Carfanatic
I not an electrician so don't take my word for any of this
This sounds like a good weekend project.
I'm pondering something similar - I was thinking that I could solder the two motor control wire-sets (similar to a CAT6 cable) together so that both receive input from the Height Adjustment Controller (HAC).
The HAC receives power from the motor-controllers, so you would probably need to terminate one of the power outputs from the motor controller to keep from blowing it.
If you're going to have more weight, , you may want at Uplift. Their 2-leg frame is more expensive but it carries up to 355lbs / 160kg
I ordered the dual motor version at the end of December, 2017. Mid September 2018, I had an issue with one leg not rising as fast as the other. The table would suddenly stop rising and provide error code ER4. (Simply holding the down-arrow until it slowly went reset to bottom temporarily fixed it)
Customer Service walked me through a bit of troubleshooting to verify that was a motor and not the control box. I then gave them my excruciatingly long Amazon order number (to verify that it was still in warranty), and they sent out a replacement leg with the motor.
I think I just got a bad motor, so I can't really complain too much. It's been a really good desk and the customer support was pretty much painless.
NOTE - I don't know if it makes any difference, but my original shipment and replacement leg came via FedEx Ground from CKNapp out of Chicago.
I’m furious. My desk arrived today banged up. Frame is dented. It’s obvious that the desk isn’t new. Missing screws. Can’t expand it laterally. Not at all happy with this. Thus far, no response from support despite repeated inquiries. Buyer beware!!!!
ilikecustomerservice
Did you ever get a reply from customer service?
I had the same issue with my desk. The box was damaged and ripped. The desk suffered several scratches. I've contacted support and it took a week before I got a reply.
Wondering why the single motor requires a 1" thick desktop while the while the dual motor goes down to .75" thickness... would make more sense the other way around, no?
I saw an Amazon review that someone was able to attach a diy crossbar to some existing holes on the back of the legs. Can anyone else confirm this?
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Extra support to reduce wobble when extended. A foot rest would just be a bonus!
b1g_b1rd
Looks like someone was able to but couldn't say for sure based on the pictures (found the Amazon review you were referring to). I'm planning on getting a decent weighted table top to mitigate any wobbling. I'm finding a lot of stand up desks aren't deep enough and the monitor is too close for my liking.
Anyone has suggestions on how to attach an IKEA (or any other wood) countertop to this desk? I bought the Karlby to go with this but not sure what I need to do to attach it to the desk, like screws and/or some glue? I really don't like to put the Vast monitor on top of it just to drop it because the countertop is loose.
Any suggestions will be very welcome! Thanks!
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I finally went with the IKEA Gerton tabletop https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/50106773/. It's of a preferable length (61 inch vs the 74/94 inch Karlby which is too long for me) and it's also cheaper. I'm going to apply some Danish oil so that I can get a similar dark walnut looking just as the walnut Karlby.
eesparza
I'm looking to use the Hammarp 74" counter-top with the dual motor legs. The counter-top is unfinished but I'm going to finish it using the instructions on this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MORaS_2-Gw8
Any updates when this will ship? The last drop says July 16th (today) and usually Massdrop ships items a few days before the listed ETA shipping date.
I still don't understand the reason behind HIDING previous drop prices. Must be the Russian spies who are actually double agents for China. -_________________-
The desk looks interesting but I don't see myself buying this anytime soon given my current apartment situation (student;shared and rooms are kinda small.) Nevertheless, I will likely end up getting a desk like this one.
sneakeyboard
$269.99 for the dual motor. $219.99 for the single motor.
They do it because from drop to drop prices can change, a previous version of this drop could have cost more or less than it did this time.
GameSofter
Thanks for the reply. I may seem salty but I feel that the website could use a few tweaks and some rules could be revised; I still don't know where or how to see the drops I've requested, for example (I'm aware of the save feature but it seems redundant when you can simply hit "request" and be notified on the drop's activity.)
Anyways, that's a really nice deal for a desk stand. I hope to see a drop for it in the future.
Does anyone know the distance, center-to-center, on the arms between the screw holes used for mounting to the underside of the desk? I understand that the width is variable, but it appears the length is fixed. I have a number of pre-existing mounts in my desk, and am trying to determine if I'd need to drill new holes... Thanks.
daijizai
It's adjustable. I have mine at the outter most settings. My table top is 65" wide and the stabilizer arms, on the end, are only 5.5" in from the edge. This allows me to keep the through holes for cable management unobstructed. The gap in the middle is adjusted to 14.5" of separation on my desk and I was able to securely tighten all 4 hex bolts. I hope this helps.
Can anyone confirm if this will support 230/240 V power supply?
Benwu
It is designed for 110V only.
Has anyone tried painting one of these?
Lockheed
I have not used the one you have a link to, but this one is very adjustable and will work with almost any table top. You are pretty stuck with the top that comes with the one in the link, I would think. Just my opinion.
Lockheed
probaly has better features, but its 500$...so probaly better off buying this drop.
Considering jumping on this, but also considering waiting and praying for the Massdrop 2.0 Sit Stand desk again. Any thoughts? https://www.massdrop.com/buy/massdrop-lift-2-sit-to-stand-desk The desktop is not a deal breaker for me, just interested in the frame.
Ronnie76er
i just click REQUEST
anyone bought the manual crank model? Can the crank handle hide away nicely or stick out as in the picture?
We have experience of this frame, and Steelcase Series 7 (very expensive/over-priced) sit/stand desks. I would say the motor on the dual Vivo are smoother and faster than our Series 7's (which to be fair are older). I have not watched the linked video below, but we have 40" monitors on the back edge of the Vivo, and no stability issues whatsoever.
We're trying Autonomous.ai next, as we've had good experience with some of their other products - but that is for comparative only. Personally, I'm most likely to use Vivo dual for a desk I need at home.
Again, no availability to Canada. Dudes can you please make drops country aware. I hate getting drops that get you all excited, and then BAM, not available to ship to your address.
It's a little thing but it would really help! If I can't get it I shouldn't see it, and if you can't do that at least put a big "AVAILABLE IN THE US ONLY" tag on the dang thing.
Small amendment: I don't want to get notifications and email for stuff I can't buy. Flagging it and still sending it to me is just spam. Sorry, just don't send us info about drops we can't share in!
Please watch this review before you buy!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsmtQ_sGeC8
I was about to pull the trigger on this sucker but decided against it. I'm the type that researches for days before buying anything, and realized this VIVO standing desk was not a good buy. One thing that would allow me to entertain the idea of buying it is the manufacturer's warranty. However, I would confirm that it is actually 5 years and that it covers both electronics and frame because last time I researched they only covered 1 year for both.
I would recommend Autonomous.AI (Business Edition) at the least (you'll have to shell out more though) since it comes with better electronics/frame AND a nice manufacture's warranty to go with it.
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Holy crap! That's pretty dang heavy! Do you have any issues moving the table up and down?
Glad it worked out for you though. That price point is really tempting for sure. I can understand why people would get it. I ended up saving up a little more and getting a frame from Uplift and used a desktop at home that wasn't being utilized. So far so good!
JackBower
While it's going up or down, I lift up on the side with the computer b/c it has most of the weight and I don't want the the motors to labor really hard. It will error out and I have to reset it back to 25 inches if I don't do this.
Omg and I JUST paid for the other drop that happen a few weeks ago Smh
Anyone else's motor/controller not work? I plug it in and i get one movement up down for however long, then it goes to a "sleep mode" and the lights are dashed lines, then no input accepted on the control pad. i have to unplug to get it to move again.
GLnoRE
Hold the M button for a few seconds, it will bring it out of sleep mode and you can then enter your setting
Is the warranty actually 5 years? The standard manufacturer warranty for this item is 1 year.
Anyone know where I can get a table top that is 24” x 40”? I want to use it between my desk and credenza in my office. And don’t trust myself to build one that’s presentable.
Thank you
Camia
If everything fails, look up your local joiner/carpenter, which should be able to make a table top to your exact specifications. Depending on the craftsman and if you know each other, prices range from surprisingly cheap to very expensive, though.
Camia
IKEA... I have a desktop that's 23" x 40" that I bought for about $10
Does anyone know what is the minimum height adjustment?
I will purchase when the Dual motor is available again.
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Shadoath
Ya but its 329 CAD on prime cables which is cheaper. I just bought it 2 weeks ago and threw an ikea tabletop on it and its awesome for the price
How much KG does it support?
Yaymen
On the post, it states that the motor's load capacity is 79.8kg.
  • "Load capacity: 176 lbs (79.8 kg)"