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Thread: DK-04+ (or 05 or motorised 03)?




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    Default DK-04+ (or 05 or motorised 03)?

    I've been eyeing up the DK-04 and waiting for it to come (back) into stock for purchase in the UK. As much as I like it my preference would be a dual system with sit and stand options. So DK-04 styling and features with the internal room of the DK-03. Wouldn't mind if it had to get bigger (say 140cm-160cm) to accommodate the internals.

    Are there are future plans for such a desk + case?

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    Default Re: DK-04+ (or 05 or motorised 03)?

    Even I'm not privy to such plans, I'm afraid!

    I wouldn't rule out the possibility, however. With the DK-12 and DK-16 also being standing desks, it's likely Lian Li will continue the trend :P

    Sorry I can't confirm anything!
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    Default Re: DK-04+ (or 05 or motorised 03)?

    Thanks for the quick response, my other reply seems to have vanished. Still waiting for stock at OCUK so have time to ponder...

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    Default Re: DK-04+ (or 05 or motorised 03)?

    Found a possible issue with this desk and getting it into my home!

    Can anyone confirm the minimum height of the desk? The specs state 685mm minimum height. How much can be shaved off when you remove the glass top? 5mm or so? The legs are fixed but how about the feet? The door frame leading into the study is only 670mm wide and that's ignoring the thinner opening due to the door (which could be removed with hassle if needed).

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