Buying an actual standing desk can leave a pretty big dent in your wallet, and if you already have a decent desk at home, why not just make better use of it? Woot is having a one-day sale on Halter standing desk converters and Bentley monitor mounts so you can transform the desk you already own at a discounted price. Shipping at Woot is free for Amazon Prime members and $6 per order for everyone else.
Put the desk you already own to better use with this one-day sale at Woot. Shipping is free with an Amazon Prime membership, and many of these products come with a two-year warranty, too.
The standing desk converters in today's sale start at $79.99 and vary in color, height adjustability, desktop area, and a few other aspects. The Halter ED-257 Sit/Stand Elevating Desktop is the most affordable pick in the group at nearly half off its regular cost of $150. Unlike some of Woot's sales, all of these products are all in brand new condition and come with either a one-year or two-year manufacturer's warranty depending on the product.
Halter's ED-700C Sit/Stand Elevating Desktop makes for a good middle-ground at $109.99. That's a savings of $50 off its price at Amazon, and it's capable of switching from sitting to standing mode in just seconds.
As for monitor mounts, there are just three options in today's sale but they offer some variety with one product capable of mounting four monitors at once for $25.99, while another can support two for $13.99. Both deals save you more than 60% off their regular cost.
There are even more options to choose from in the full sale, so be sure to look it over and come to a decision before the night ends.
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