Flexispot Comhar Pro Standing Desk Q8 Review
A good desk is key for a variety of reasons, whether it be for personal use, for work, or for a gaming setup, and there are a lot of factors to consider in this purchase. How sturdy a desk is, how much it can support on its desktop, how it helps manage wires found with mice, keyboards, and more, and how it enables or hinders a workflow are all key factors. For something that excels in all of this, consumers can’t go wrong with Flexispot‘s Comhar Pro Standing Desk Q8, if they can afford it. At $799.99, this desk asks a lot from its users but gives plenty back in return.
From the get-go, the Flexispot Comhar Pro offers consumers a very streamlined assembly process. With its sturdy tabletop, adjusting legs, embedded drawer, and cable management system beneath the desktop, it could be assumed that this desk is a nightmare to put together, an idea worsened by the fact that it comes in two boxes. On the contrary, though, it has one of the simplest assembly processes of any gaming desk we’ve used or any general office supply for that matter. The result is an easy-to-put-together and steady desk that, once assembled, is quite hefty. Moving it around isn’t necessarily the simplest task, but because of that sturdiness, users can rely on it to support whatever it is they need once in place.
One of the first things many users will notice is the sheer versatility of the bamboo desktop, which isn’t something someone may expect out of a simple tabletop. It genuinely feels good to work on, and if someone were to make a mess or a scuff on it, it…