Meet the world's healthiest desk
Reduce back and neck pain, increase productivity by up to 46%, and improve health by moving much more at a Limber Desk, the first floor to standing desk in the world.
It’s been called “the world's healthiest desk” by industry-leading professors at UC Berkeley due to the increased range of motion, access to active resting postures, ease and speed of changing height, and integrated ergonomic features.
Made from sustainably forested wood, comes with a 10-year warranty, and shipping included.
Stay in Flow
Move so fast between positions you don’t even realise you changed. Feel less back & neck pain. Focus on your work, and that’s all.
No more crook neck
Limber comes with height adjustable single and double screen mounts.
Move, way more
Choose from a larger variety of positions with the only desk in the world that lets you stand, sit or kneel. More movement = less pain, more energy, more focus.
Clean & minimal
The petal shape gives you all the functional and ergonomic space you need and fits nicely into the corner of a room. Plus, have all your cables managed out of sight.
Take your desk with you
On wheels and effortless to move around the home or office. Built to fit through standard 800mm wide doorways.
Do more than buy a desk
Buy impact. Limber is Aotearoa NZ Made from sustainably forested wood and a certified social enterprise.
What People Are Saying
Double Monitor Arms
All Petal / Linears come with height adjustable single & double monitor arms included (for monitors up to 25 inches).
For double 26-28 inch monitors see our XL Monitor Wings.
Frequently asked questions
Do you ship internationally?
Yes. Please use the contact form or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to give us your shipping address and we will arrange a quote.
Does Limber allow for double monitors?
Yes. All Limbers come with height adjustable single and double monitor mounts (up to double 25") included. This ensures you can have your monitors at the right height for your beautiful and remarkable body. Our monitor mounts are VESA 75x75mm and 100x100mm compatible. Learn more about screens here.
Check out our XL Dual Monitor Wings if you want to have double 26-30" monitors.
How easy are Limbers to assemble?
Your Limber comes with an easy to follow assembly video package where together with Limber founder and Physiotherapist, Bart de Vries, you will put together your very own Limber. Through the process you have breaks for a little Wellington Chocolate Factory chocolate (if you’re going to eat it, make it the best). The whole process only takes 30-50 minutes. Everything you need comes in the box, no tools required.
“I usually suck at this stuff. Limber made assembly fun (actually!) and I was able to do it with no stress.” - Elizabeth, Wellington.
"I was surprised at how quickly and easily it came together, and it was fun, amazing!" - Michaela, Nelson, NZ.
What is integrated cabling?
Integrated cabling is the commercial grade power multibox, bracket (specific to fit into your Limber) and 3m starter lead with surge protection. This provides the best/ultimate experience and ensures your workspace is up to commercial soft wiring legislation. We pass this on at cost price!
What are the dimensions of the Petal & Linear Limbers?
The Petal has a footprint of 0.6msq and the Linear 0.89msq. Both Limbers are 1200mm across the front edge (the petal is slightly narrower at 1186mm) and 745mm deep. The Limber Petal tapers inwards towards the back to give it that unique shape and reduced the footprint. Desktop lowest height 30cm, highest height 130cm. Monitor mount can mounted up to 57.5cm above the desktop. You can access the spec sheet here.
How sustainable is Limber?
Limber is a certified Akina Social Enterprise and we love working to be as sustainable as possible. Our premium Birch wood is sustainably forested under the strictest of standards. Our design is built to last and easy to fix should anything, in the unlikely circumstance, ever fail. We strive to keep things out of landfill for as long as possible. Plus, Limber is crafted to improve your health and performance. To learn more about this, see here.