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The Fully Jarvis standing desk, Bamboo style, Fully fails a stability test and collision detection with a monitor falling off the back of the desk and smashing on the floor after hitting the edge of a chair. ** To verify this is a Jarvis Fully Standing Desk and see a closeup of the brand name “Jarvis” on the bottom of the desk and the control brand name on the panel please see our complete our other Jarvis Fully Desk stability test here: main reason I feel is the frame. The steel legs attach to the feet in an “L” shape on the back side of the frame vs. a “T” shape attaching on the center of the feet. I think the “T” design would have prevented as much of a tip. In the tallest position, there is also a lot of shake and keyboard bounce as well. The legs are a 3 stage telescoping style that goes up to about 50 inches from the floor. This is higher than others we tested that are 2 stage and do not go as tall. The legs could also be thicker which could also help the stability.Please subscribe to our page as we are adding more Standing Desk reviews and testing other office equipment.