The SIS Surf2 electric height adjustable rectangle workstation is a reliable motorized desk that offers a full sit to stand height range. Moving smoothly at a rate of 1.7"/sec, the table surface height ranges from 22" to 48", which lets users change their work positions throughout the day. These dynamic adjustments promote comfort and alertness. The workstation's sturdy steel base and laminated top hold loads up to 300 lbs. Scroll down to see more SIS Surf2 electric height adjustable rectangle workstation features and specifications.
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The Sis Surf2 Desk is available in several different sizes.
The Sis Surf2 Desk is available in a variety of laminate colors.
The Sis Surf2 Desk is available in a variety of edge colors.
The Sis Surf2 Desk is available in your choice of frame color.
All desks ship for free to both commercial locations and residences in the lower 48 states of the US. We don't spring any hidden shipping costs on you during the checkout process. Just place your order, and we'll contact you to arrange the free shipping method that will work best for you.
If you need us to bring your shipment into a specific room of your business or residence, just choose this option and we'll have your desk delivered where you need it.
If you need the desk both delivered into a specific room and put together, choose this option and we can arrange for assembly as well. Desk installation services are not available in California.
Our desks can ship to any commercial or residential location outside the lower 48 US states as well. If you are in Alaska, Hawaii, or any international location, choose this option, and we can calculate your shipping cost and contact you for approval. Please note that duties, brokerage fees and taxes will apply to international orders. One less expensive alternative is to purchase just an UPLIFT Desk base that can ship within a business day via UPS ground, and source your desktop locally.
The SIS Surf2 features a two cantilevered legs connected by a single crossbar. This design maximizes leg room and allows for easy placement of a keyboard tray or CPU holder, if desired. The crossbar is removable and interchangeable, so the desk can be converted to fit another size of desktop inexpensively. The desk's cable management system stores wires neatly under the desk surface and an easy to reach switch controls the smoothly sliding motorized height adjustment.
|Height range||22" - 48"|
|Rate of adjustment||1.7"/second|
|Maximum load||300 lbs*
(including desk surface)
Control module with programmable memory available as special order item... please call us for pricing and availability.
Best Office Furniture Purchase of My Life
February 4, 2014
I spent 2 years (on and off) researching a height adjustable desk. Not only that, I even visited a manufacturer and a few distributors in Canada to test their products. Things may look and sound great on a website, but it's a whole other story to see it live and in action. I'm a tough customer to please, so I made the effort to go see the tables, otherwise I may have picked something else to save money but would've been disappointed. In the end, I choose this table. I've had it for 2 years now and the table works great. I'm glad I got this table, from the manufacturer SIS USA, and not from one of the competitors. Some competitors put a motor in just one leg and use a mechanism that goes across the length of the table to drive the other leg up. The SIS legs have a motor (actuator, or whatever they are called) in each leg. Of course, this increases the cost of the unit, but it's worth it in the long run. Originally I was going to buy the crank style table, but I'm glad I got the electric one because it's super quick to change positions. Don't worry about saving a couple of hundred dollars--get electric. I also want to thank The Human Solution since almost no one ships such large, heavy items to Canada. You should know that the manufacturer did a great job of packaging it. Despite the fact that all 6 boxes were opened by Customs when crossing the Canadian border, the table got here without a scratch. Lastly, studies show that people spend about 14-15 hours/day sitting down, which certainly isn't normal from an evolutionary perspective. I wish I knew about such tables 10 years ago. Stops your doubts--get the table.