After using this desk for more than a month, I am finally giving it my review.
Honestly, I was surprised to see that it would come in a cardboard box and not in a particle board box like I've seen on some photos. After having been hauled in at least 3 or 4 trucks, the cardboard box was worn and one edge was slightly smushed. I was careful enough to check each and every corner of every furniture board before signing the cmr to find everything intact... well, almost everything. After carrying everything to the 4th floor of apartment block with my friend and going through boxes more thoroughly, I found that my 3U Rack Shelf was somehow bent on one side. No idea how this is even possible since it came in a separate box. Had to use pliers to straighten it. (photos attached).
I believe this should at least be a choice if the customer wants his expensive set of furniture to be shipped in a cardboard box or in a particle board box, even if it means paying extra.
This process is very straightforward if you follow the video guide, though I would advice to install RGB lights before you are finished with overall desk assembly. If you have a keyboard pullout version, make sure to install RGB lights on the main board BEFORE installing the pullout keyboard. And yes, you absolutely a second pair (make it two extra pairs when flipping the desk) of hands to assemble the desk. The process is rather fun once you get the hang of it.
The desk is spacious, VERY solid, feels sturdy. Oh and did I mention the cable management trays? This is a very neat feature to have that should be a MUST for all desks. I spent 6 months searching for a desk specifically made for a studio and let me tell you - there isn't much to choose from. This is where StudioDesk comes in with Commander V2. This is not your average Ikae desk, the market for these desks is VERY specific. The slogan of StudioDesk definitely lives up to its name - The Desk You Deserve. This is an investment I don't regret making and neither should you. After all, comfortable workspace is what it's all about.
Both before and after photos attached, this workspace is still a WIP, but this should give you a general idea of how much stuff you can fit on the desk.
Worth it? Yes.
Am I glad? Heck yes.
Room for StudioDesk's improvement? Yes.
Great quality but please be careful with the screws, they are the weakest link in the build. One screw snapped in half while tightening by hand. We managed to screw down another on top of it quarter way on one of the legs and bridging the gap with washers, other than that, love the desk. Also as a side note, if u have a 49inch screen the chances are the legs wont fit on the monitor shelf as seen in my photo :)
I ordered the Commander V2 with pullout option. The desk has a nice quality. Very solid. Only negative point is the fact that they included 96° snd 90° brackets which basically look the same and were delivered in one box. Since they re pretty similar its hard to tell the difference between both (me and a friend could not tell the difference). I love the way the desk looks. Therefore 4/5 stars 👍
Thanks for your review.
Sorry for the incovenince. We upgrade this matter. The truth is that you could not differentiate it because there is no difference anymore. All brackets are now the same.