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Weber Knapp

Stubby Easy Riser Keyboard Mechanism, Model 29156-2

Item 413372
Model 29156-2 162 Finish

$74.99

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  • Use just one finger to lift and adjust your keyboard tray with Weber Knapp's Stubby Easy Riser Keyboard Mechanism. Keyboard tray sold separately.Features5 1/4" height adjustment, spring assistance. 5 1/2" end of track to rear of keyboard tray distance. 21" length of track supplied. +/-...

    Details

    Use just one finger to lift and adjust your keyboard tray with Weber Knapp's Stubby Easy Riser Keyboard Mechanism. Keyboard tray sold separately.


    Features

    • 5 1/4" height adjustment, spring assistance.
    • 5 1/2" end of track to rear of keyboard tray distance.
    • 21" length of track supplied.
    • +/- 15 degree tilt adjustment.
    • No knob, lever or ratchet handle required to set height; knob only adjusts tilt angle.
    • 360 degree rear swivel
    • 5 year warranty
    • Meets BIFMA X 5.5 -1998 Standards.
    • Rugged steel construction finished in a durable black textured powder coating.

    Shipping / Billing Information

    This product ships direct from the manufacturer:

    • Your order will ship in approximately 7-10 business days.
    • This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
    • Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
    • Ships by Ground to the 48 contiguous states. Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, PO Boxes, APOs, US Territories, Canada or other foreign countries.

    Return Information

    If you have a return issue, contact Woodcraft Supply customer service @ 1-800-535-4482 for return details. RGA required. Returns are subject to a re-stocking charge of 25%. Customer responsible for freight back to Weber Knapp. When returning product, please include the invoice number or customer number and refer to the back of the invoice for shipping instructions. If purchased at a Woodcraft Store, please return the item directly to the store where your purchase was made.

    Warranty Information

    Because this item is purchased and shipped directly from the manufacturer, their warranty and return policy supersedes any offered by Woodcraft. Weber Knapp Warranty: Weber Knapp warranties its mechanisms for 5 years and any wear items (such as palm rests) for 1 year. If you have a concern about a warranty issue, please contact Woodcraft Supply Customer Service at 1-800-535-4482.

    Reviews

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    2 Reviews
    1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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      I guess it works.

      Responding to the commenter above - the tray height hinge is held in place by the weight of the tray. If you lift up the back of the keyboard tray, it raises the height, just like it should. If you raise up the front of the tray, it disengages... and drops like a rock. Try to adjust it, but aren't careful enough? Drops like a rock. Trying to put it away, but accidentally raise the front edge of the keyboard when you're pushing on it? Drops like a rock. Bump the front with your knee? Drops like a rock. That situation is the worst, because only the back half will drop, which will leave the tray at an angle and will spill my fancy keyboard and mouse onto the ground every single time. I'm going to build a back lip onto the wooden tray that I had built for this, but it's stupid that I have to. The mechanism is also loose. The hinge for turning left and right has proper resistance once you turn the tray far enough engage it, but the track itself that the arm is connected to is a little too wide, meaning the tray can rotate 10 degrees in either direction with no resistance at all. The tray also rocks on its, I guess that would be a Y-axis? From the left to the right. I think they didn't tighten the interior part of the arm so that it would be free to move up and down, but the trade-off there is that it's so loose it rocks left and right. Unfortunately there does not seem to be a way to tighten that joint. There's also more play on the whole arm than I'd like. The tray depresses by a couple of degrees with just a tiny bit of pressure on it. For example, if I rest the weight of my wrist on the tray, the whole thing will deflect down by maybe 5 degrees. It's noticeable, and it makes the whole tray feel shoddy and fragile. Overall I think that if I could do back in time I would have tried a different product instead.

    2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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      Adj Keyboard

      Bought this to replace my older keyboard shelf from WebberKnapp Co dated 1993. My original hinge mechanism was plastic, while the new one is all metal. The slide track is now 3-4" deeper. The keyboard shelf now swivels 10-15 degrees left to right. Still functions as my old one did. Con: When pushing back in retracted position occasionally my keyboard drops 3" and I haven't figured out why. My original adj lever extended out near end of keyboard tray, the new rubber coated one is next to hinge mechanism. Seams difficult to reach from office chair w/o reaching under the desk. Overall It still is better then all the plastic adj keyboard shelves. Woodcraft had the best price.

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