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Build Your Home Office With This #1 Best Selling Desk That Is On Sale For Under $80

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Are you in the market for a desk? Do you want it to look pretty nice? But do you also not want to spend hundreds of dollars? If you answered yes to all three of these questions, then you should check out this deal on a dark russet chair office desk (with bookshelves). Normally $140, this L-shaped desk is currently available for just $77. That’s 45 percent off.

This desk is $63 off (Photo via Amazon)

This desk is $63 off (Photo via Amazon)

Altra Dakota L-Shaped Desk with Bookshelves, Dark Russet Cherry on sale for $76.63

As the shape suggests, this desk is designed to fit snugly into the corner of any room. It has two bookshelves you can use to put whatever office material you need. Even at $140, this is a good deal. After all, it is the #1 most popular standard office desk. One customer explains why in a review titled “Beautiful, sturdy and very useful desk“:

This desk is beautiful and sturdy! Ease to assemble. I said ease, not fast.. it took me about an hour, but I did it with my toddler’s “help”. I used a power screwdriver, and you will need a hammer for some of the assembling.

There were no scratches or anything wrong with the desk at all. Just perfectly packaged. Love the color and finishes. Great deal for the price for sure. Just beautiful. This desk is perfect for small spaces, as you can see on the pictures I provided we share the office space with our dining room. This desk provides lots of working space, without taking up so much space.

Nancy offers similar praise:

Love that I found this desk on Amazon.com! Best purchase I’ve made for my home based business. It is sturdy and strong, I had it put together in 45 mins including sorting parts and counting to make sure all was there. It gives me the added space I so desperately needed, I was using our old dining table as a desk but was lacking space to do architectural drawings on my computer and reading blueprints at the same time. Now I have combined the table and desk to make a more usable space and have my product binders close at hand on the shelves.

So does customer jennstx:

You can not beat this desk for the price. I put it together myself and it took me approximately 2 hours and I was taking my time. It was a lot better marked with easy to follow directions than other pieces that I’ve had to put together.

It fits my laptop and printer just fine – though I do have to angle the printer.

My Pro-Tip: Cut the box so that it lays flat and then keep the two table tops in there until it is time to assemble. I assembled per the instructions upside down keeping the table top on the box. This is not an expensive or pure wood product so it does scratch easily – doing this means that you’ll make it through assembly with the top unscratched and intact.

2) Purchase the tiny felt circles with sticky backing or silicone feet and put them on the bottom. This desk has no feet – just the particle board. If you don’t add some feet of some kind (I put the felt pads all along the edges because I have wood floors) it will scratch the floor, break apart and splinter at the laminate when it shifts and if you ever spill on the floor that particle board will soak it up and bubble and then you’ll probably lose stability.

And the anonymously named “Amazon Customer”:

I was surprised how big the desk was, and it is not cheaply made also. Easy to assemble. All I needed was a screwdriver, and everything was clearly explained in the manual book.
I would recommend this desk to anybody.

I think you get the picture. This is a good desk. And at under $80, you really can’t beat the price.

This desk is 45 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

This desk is 45 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

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