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Fully’s standing desks and other work-from-home accessories are 20 percent off today

Fully’s standing desks and other work-from-home accessories are 20 percent off today


You can save up to 20 percent on custom-built and prefab standing desks in addition to a number of other office accessories.

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Three monitors sit atop a Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk.
Fully’s Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk is discounted by 20 percent right now.
Photo by Sean Hollister / The Verge

Fully is joining the growing list of retailers kicking off their Black Friday-adjacent sales. It’s having a site-wide sale this month, taking 20 percent off everything ranging from standing desks to office chairs. Fully makes some of our favorite standing desks and accessories, and any opportunity to save on these home office essentials is worth checking out. Whether you prefer a 30 x 24-inch desk topper made of bamboo or a custom desktop that doubles as a whiteboard, Fully’s work-from-home staples are worth the price. This 20 percent discount also applies to all builds, along with any accessories you’d like to order, which range from powered grommets to help keep your cables under control to a bottle opener hidden underneath your desktop.

While you’re welcome to make a bespoke desk that fits your workspace like a glove, we’ve outlined a couple of 32 x 24-inch models we think are worth checking out. The Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk, for example, is normally priced at $599 but is currently available for $479. Fully’s whiteboard-topped standing desk is on sale for around $503 instead of its usual $629.

Fully Jarvis bamboo standing desk

This popular standing desk quickly and quietly adjusts from a top height of 50 inches to a level low enough for you to sit on the floor.


This standing desk has the same footprint and features as the Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk, but uses an erasable whiteboard as a topper, ensuring you’ve always got a writing surface handy for jotting down anything that comes to mind.

Other standalone accessories are also discounted, like the Jarvis Monitor Arm system that’s normally priced at $129 but is currently on sale for around $103. And while we don’t have as much firsthand experience with Fully’s seating selection as we do with its desks, you can save 20 percent on their catalog of appealing office chairs from manufacturers like Herman Miller and Knoll. The Herman Miller Sayl Chair — the official seat of The Verge’s New York City offices — is discounted to $635.80 from its original $935 price.

Jarvis Monitor arm

Snag this monitor arm in one of three colors to get your monitor off the desk and into a place that’s more ergonomically friendly to your posture. It looks great, and it grants you more desk real estate.

If you’re looking for some sweet peripherals for your shiny new desk, Dell is currently discounting a Logitech productivity bundle including the Logitech MX Keys Mini and MX Anywhere 3 for $149.99, knocking $50 off the combined value. Both the mouse and the keyboard can pair with your desktop or laptop using either Bluetooth or the included Logi Bolt 2.4GHz dongle. The MX Keys Mini is compatible with Macs and PCs and can even be used with tablets and other mobile devices. Unless you absolutely need a number pad, the Mini is a solid keyboard for getting stuff done on a daily basis.

While it isn’t quite as cool-looking as the Logitech MX Master 3, the MX Anywhere 3 has the benefit of an ambidextrous layout and retains the “Magspeed” scroll wheel featured in Logitech’s Master series of mice that uses an electromagnetic system for smooth and precise scrolling. The Anywhere 3 recharges via USB-C and can last for up to 70 days on a single charge. The 4,000DPI sensor means that it shouldn’t be anyone’s first choice for gaming, but the compact and comfortable design makes the mouse a great option for getting work done at your desk or away.

Dell is also offering a discount on the MX Master 3, lowering the price of the wireless mouse from $99.99 to $69.99. This discount might be a better option if you’re just looking for a great wireless mouse, even if its somewhat large size makes it a little tougher to tote.


This bundle includes the Logitech MX Keys Mini wireless keyboard and the MX Anywhere 3 mouse.

Logitech MX Master 3

$10030% off

Building on an already excellent foundation, the Logitech MX Master 3 features an improved sensor and multidevice Bluetooth pairing.

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If you need a budget-friendly microphone, Razer’s last-gen Seiren X is currently on sale at Amazon and Walmart for $69 ($31 off). While Razer has since released the Seiren V2 X, which features a slightly higher bit rate, the original Seiren X is still a solid (and now, discounted) option if the built-in mic on your gaming headset just isn’t cutting it. The Seiren X is a condenser mic with a supercardioid pickup pattern, meaning it picks up more sound from the front than the back (perfect for podcasting or just chatting with friends). While its packaged stand is solid, it’s also compatible with a variety of third-party boom arms and mounts.

Razer Seiren X

$10031% off

The Razer Seiren X is a budget-friendly supercardioid mic that’s compatible with boom arms and other mounting solutions.

Here’s another solid gaming deal from Razer: the Razer Huntsman Elite wired keyboard with linear optical switches is currently on sale for $99.99, down from its usual price of $199.99. This is matching the lowest price we’ve seen for this last-gen model. Thankfully, there aren’t many must-have features in the newer model, aside from sound-dampening foam in the chassis and slightly different media buttons.

The Huntsman Elite was Razer’s first keyboard to use optical switches instead of the more standard mechanical models. In addition to offering a faster response than mechanical switches, optical switches are powered by lasers, which is pretty dope. Some other selling points of the Huntsman Elite include an RGB-enabled wrist rest and PBT keycaps that do a better job resisting fingerprints and other visible wear than the more common ABS keycaps.

Razer Huntsman Elite

$20050% off

The Razer Huntsman Elite is a full-size gaming keyboard with dedicated media controls, an RGB-enabled wrist rest, PBT keycaps, and optical switches.

Walmart is still discounting the 256GB Wi-Fi configuration of the 2020 Apple iPad Air to its lowest price ever, making it, in our opinion, a superior option to the more expensive 2022 model of the standard iPad. While the 64GB configuration is sadly no longer available, you can still find the 256GB version discounted to $499 from $749.99. You won’t find Apple’s M1 processor in this iteration of the iPad Air, but the A14 Bionic CPU is still capable of handling most of the apps in the App Store ecosystem with ease. Read our review.

The 2020 iPad Air features the same processor as the 2022 standard iPad, has a better display, and includes more extensive compatibility with Apple accessories. Overall, the 2020 Air is the better investment.

The 2020 iPad Air and new iPad Mini have the same design and shape as the iPad Pro

2020 iPad Air (Wi-Fi)

$75033% off

The 2020 iPad Air includes thinner bezels around the display and has relocated the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to the power button at the top of the device.

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