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Item No. 9112751

Renew Executive Sit-to-Stand Desk

$1,895.00
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Item No. 9112751

Renew Executive Sit-to-Stand Desk

$1,895.00

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White / Polished Aluminum
Estimated Arrival: Available to ship in: 7 weeks
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  • Motorized lift.
  • Several top and leg finishes.
  • Available with or without cord management.
  • 46" H 60" W 30" D
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  • In-Home Delivery

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DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Designed by Brian Alexander for Herman Miller
Renew Executive Sit-to-Stand Desk
$1,895.00
Keep moving — A sit-to-stand desk with a motorized lift to make the transition fast and easy, Renew helps keep you moving through your workday. Bonus points if you can purchase it as a business expense.
Details

Details

On the move

The Renew Desk (2013) lets you go from sitting to standing and back again so you can stay on the move at work – vital to improving energy and focus and to lowering health risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle. Its motorized lift operates easily with an intuitive lever: Pull up to raise, push down to lower. Renew also sports ample legroom, beveled edges, and concealed screw heads for a sleek finish. Backed by a two-year manufacturer’s warranty. Made in U.S.A.
  • Motorized lift.
  • Several top and leg finishes.
  • Available with or without cord management.
Brand Herman Miller
General Dimensions
  • 46" H 60" W 30" D
Box Dimensions
  • 17" H 33" W 63" D
Assembly Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
60" Wide

60" Wide

  • Height (in): 46
  • Width (in): 60
  • Depth (in): 30
72" Wide

72" Wide

  • Height (in): 45.66
  • Width (in): 59.84
  • Depth (in): 29.92
72" Wide - With Advanced Cable Management

72" Wide - With Advanced Cable Management

  • Height (in): 46
  • Width (in): 60
  • Depth (in): 30
  • Ash veneer, walnut veneer, or white laminate over MDF top
  • Electric motor
  • Die-cast aluminum legs
  • Nonslip rubber feet
Brian Alexander

Brian Alexander

Michigan-based designer, artist, and workplace consultant Brian Alexander earned a bachelor’s in industrial design from the University of Illinois before establishing Brian Alexander Studio in 1998. His work is included in the permanent collections of MoMA and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. His sculpture was also recognized at the Palm Beach International Sculpture Biennale in 2006.

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Terrible Instructions, damaged parts, poor design
The assembly instructions for this unit are TERRIBLE! The delivery people took over three hours to assemble with numerous phone calls to the Company during the process.

The design of the product is flawed - see picture. The cord comes out but there is no channel so the leg rests directly on the cord (see photo - eventual fire hazard). Also - the bolt does not screw all the way down so if you have hard wood floors - you will gauge your floors and/or rip your carpet.

Finally - the cord cover came damaged (see photo).

Not a great experience. They missed their delivery date by over a week. I had to chase down the delivery. Customer service does not follow-up as they indicate.
July 17, 2017
ONLY consider the electric version
I LOVE the standing Herman Miller desk, having the whole surface raise is absolutely fabulous!!! There were a couple unexpected quirks compared to how our salesperson described this that others considering similar set-ups could benefit from knowing.

The crank is not underneath, it is actually in the work surface. There is an access point at each end of the table so that is a plus, I am concerned about the surface getting damaged or the crank part getting chipped so I try to be extra careful. It takes more than a few cranks to raise and lower the surface, 80 to be precise and I am only 51. Most people who want a standing desk have neck and shoulder issues so this will just aggravate it or create issues they didnt have.

My biggest recommendation is to go with the electric version, it is more than worth the extra cost.
July 19, 2016