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Office Suites Underdesk Black Keyboard Drawer
The height adjustable Fellowes Office Suites Underdesk Keyboard Drawer converts a conventional desk to an ergonomic workstation! Moves keyboard and mouse off the desktop to save workspace. Unit is easy to install and offers three different height adjustments to suit preferred work position. Mouse tray mounts on right or left side of keyboard tray or stows underneath keyboard tray when not in use. The depth of the unit itself from tip of the keyboard to the end of the glide track (front to back) is 16”. The tip of the keyboard drawer is designed to protrude from the desk so the part underneath the desk (front to back) is 14-1/4”.
Converts a conventional desk to an ergonomic workstation!
Height adjustable unit moves keyboard and mouse off the desktop to save workspace
Keyboard tray features three height adjustments to suit preferred work position
Easy to install and adjust for personal comfort
Mouse tray mounts to right or left side of keyboard tray or stows underneath when not in use and keyboard stopper holds keyboard securely
Mouse tray mounts to right or left side of keyboard tray or stows underneath when not in use and keyboard stopper holds keyboard
Converts a desk to an ergonomic workstation!
Height adjustable unit moves keyboard and mouse off the desktop
Keyboard tray features three height adjustments
Easy to install and adjust
Mouse tray mounts to right or left side of keyboard tray or stows underneath when not in use
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128 of 134 found the following review helpful:
Just OK for the priceAug 17, 2008
By William Zola
I bought this keyboard tray so I could get my keyboard off the top of the desk (naturally). Overall, it does the job just barely well enough for me to not have ripped it out and installed a different one.
- The mounting for the keyboard portion is reasonably solid
- The mouse pad can be set for left- or right-handed use
- It's an OK value for the money
- The installation is difficult and badly documented. You need to be somewhat handy in order to follow the picture-only instructions. There are a number of key details of the installation that are *NOT* documented, and you need to figure them out for yourself.
- The keyboard tray is OK, but on the flimsy side.
- The mouse extension is *very* weak. If, like me, you use an oversize keyboard that takes up the entire keyboard tray portion you are forced to use the mouse tray. I can feel the mouse tray bending under my hand with every use. Frankly, I'm scared to put the full weight of my hand and arm on it because I'm afraid it will snap off.
Overall, I'm sure that there are better choices out there, and I suggest you find one of them.
49 of 50 found the following review helpful:
Buy It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Feb 01, 2010
This is a quality product. Buy It!
This Under-Desk Keyboard Tray is made of Plastic. It is very well-built, well engineered and rugged. If you want to pay $100.00 or more for a Metal Unit at one of the Office Stores go right ahead, but you will not get a better product at anywhere near this price.
If you can drill 4 holes and can use a Screw-Driver, you can easily mount this to the underside of your Desk. All you have to do is mount the L&R Steel Slides to the Tray with provided Screws, screw the Under Shelf Support Brackets to the Slides, then scotch tape the provided Paper Mounting Template to the under-side of your chosen Desk location. You then drill the four holes into the marked positions so noted on the Template.
The Tray will accommodate 3 different mounting heights, 1 3/4", 2 1/8" and 2 1/2" for different thickness of keyboards etc. The Tray itself is approximately 21.5" wide and the Slide-Out Mouse Tray is 9.5 " wide, so you will need a total of about 31" of underside desk space to mount this unit. Once the Tray is mounted you add the Self-Stick Padded Wrist Support to the front of the Tray.
End of Story!
43 of 46 found the following review helpful:
Best for the Price!Aug 23, 2007
By CALLEEN K. DAVIDSON
This is my second tray. The first one lasted four years with almost daily use. The tray has definitely been improved over the years. Much smoother action when being pushed away or brought out. The side tray for the mouse is also much sturdier. I definitely like having the keyboard beneath desk level. Makes my keyboard time much more comfortable. I recommend this tray to everyone. Why pay more?
19 of 20 found the following review helpful:
5 starsDec 21, 2006
By Bryan Cannoy
I've been using this try for a couple of months now and I'm very satisfied with its performance. It was easy to put together and easy to install. The instructions are very simple and they double as a screw-hole guide when it comes time to attach it to you desk.
It has also held up admirably in the time I've used it. I bought this keyboard try to replace the one that came with my computer desk and after much leaning on and use as a foot rest it finally gave out. This Fellowes keyboard tray has put up with my abuse for months without any cracks, creaks or other complaints.
My only complaint about this product is that the slide-out mouse tray is a tad small. It does not accommodate the average sized mousepad, which leaves my mousepad drooping off the sides and there is no way to slide the mouse tray back under the keyboard with a mouse pad sitting on it. This, however, isn't much of a problem at all. Certainly not enough to recommend buying another keyboard tray. The price is right and it holds up well enough for individual use.
67 of 80 found the following review helpful:
this product is lousyJan 03, 2006
By Ms Sumida
Do not even waste your time with this under desk keyboard tray.
To say I am disappointed in this product would be an understatement. I and my staff has had more problems with screws that don't hold, lost nuts, and mouse trays and drawers that keep slipping out of their tracks. I am now in the process of having to research new under desk keyboard trays, and pay again for the trouble of purchasing and re-installing keyboard trays for something that should not have broken so quickly and been so shoddy to begin with.
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