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Tableholic goes L-shaped as it brings larger desks to market

By Ken Wong - on 13 Apr 2022, 1:45pm

Tableholic goes L-shaped as it brings larger desks to market

The L-shaped desk can still be raised to be used as a standing desk. Image Source: Tableholic.

Local ergonomic furniture manufacturer Tableholic has gone large for their latest L-shaped desks.

Made from MDF and available in two colours and sizes, it comes with two motors and can lift up to 100kg in weight up to a maximum height of 1,250mm. the L-shaped design comes with a chamfered curve that is comfortable for the arms and has a special back groove for cables to drop down out of the way.

Where the largest previous size was 1,600mm x,800mm, the largest L-shaped table measures 1,800mm x 1,200mm. the company says that even though it uses a two-legged design, the specially crafted zigzag base used within the frame adds to its stability.

We’ve been seeing a number of desks for work and play from the likes of Cooler Master, Futuristic Home, Ikea, and Secretlab, but this is the first that comes L-shaped from the get-go without any add-ons. Omnidesk does have an L-shaped desk but that has three legs.

Tableholic says that the L-shaped desks are currently under a special launch price with the larger priced at S$999 and the smaller 1,600mm x 1,100mm priced at S$899. The special launch price will last until the end of May.  

Interested customers can visit Tableholic’s website or their showroom at Coronation Shopping Plaza.

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