Float Height Adjustable Table
The Float Table from Humanscale truly revolutionizes the ergonomic desk market, taking health conscious office furniture to new heights. The Float Table uses an ingenious counter balance mechanism that lets you change the surface height with ease, meaning you're no longer stuck in a seated position all day. The result is a desk that is designed to keep you healthier as you work, ultimately increasing productivity and performance.
With its unique counterbalance mechanism Float raises the bar in the height adjustable table game. Able to support up to 160 pounds, Float can be easily adjusted with one hand, even when fully loaded with your monitors, computers and books. Designed to let you sit or stand and alternate between the two with ease, Float breaks new ground in the ergonomic office furniture market.
Incredible adjustability and a beautiful design. In addition to its health benefits and height adjustments, the Float Table has clean lines and a minimal profile that hides its sophistication. The elegant design ensures it will work well in any environment and bring an understated style to your space.
While 20" of height adjustability leads the industry, it only accommodates 95% of the population. For those of you who lie outside of that vast majority, the Float Table may not be a perfect fit. That being said, it still has a greater range of height adjustability than any table on the market.
The Float Table is a game changer; it literally takes the adjustable desk to new heights. It will keep you healthier at work, look great and is guaranteed by the manufacturer to have a long life, bringing you height adjustability for years.
The Float Table features:
- 20 inch range of height adjustment, from 27" to 47"
- Unique counterbalance mechanism that can support up to 160 pounds and changes height with ease
- Variety of table top sizes
- Recyclable steel and aluminum base
- Meets BIFMA requirements for load, capacity and stability
- 5-year manufacturer warranty
- Woodgrain top available in 2013