Thomann ComboDesk Sit-Stand 61 by Zaor


Electrically Height-Adjustable Sit-Stand Producer Workstation

  • Ideal for home and project studios
  • Extremely stable and ergonomic construction
  • 19" Racks with a total of 2x 3 U
  • Use of 19" units either as 19" rack or as extended tabletop (self-configurable)
  • Incl. inserts for tabletop extension and rack rails
  • Large desktop platform for screens and small near-field monitors
  • Keyboard extension height adjustable in four steps: 90 - 150 mm
  • Legroom depending on keyboard extension setting and table height: 540 - 1040 mm
  • Various cable entry options
  • Max. dimensions of keyboard (W x D x H): 1135 x 280 x 150 mm
  • Height of worktop adjustable: 725 - 1225 mm
  • Overall dimensions of worktop (W x D x H): 1250 x 730 x 18 mm
  • Dimensions of worktop to rack unit (W x D x H): 1250 x 415 x 18 mm
  • Dimensions of second level (W x D x H): 1077 x 186 x 18 mm
  • Overall rack unit dimensions (W x D x H): 1077 x 304 x 88 mm
  • Overall dimensions (W x D x H): 1250 x 730 x 813 - 1313 mm
  • Max. drawer load: 15 kg
  • Max. load capacity: 70 kg
  • Weight: 50 kg
  • Including 24x rack screws with washers
available since March 2022
Item number 537366
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Color White, Black
Keyboard Excerpt Yes
Rackunits 6 U
Width in mm 1250 mm
Depth in mm 730 mm
Height in mm 1313 mm
Adjustable Height Yes
Wheels No
Keyboard Excerpt (W x D x H) in mm 1135 x 280 x 150
1.645 AED 419,33 €
Plus 275 AED shipping
The price in AED is a guideline price only!
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Fab desk, awful manual
Briguli 27.01.2023
Let me start with the pros:
- very nice finish, really love the black and white combo
- works like a charm, and it’s very sturdy
- the keyboard tray is excellent: it’s sturdy, doesn’t wobble or moves randomly, love that you can choose how low you place it (4 different heights); perfect for my legs, so I don’t bump into it while sitting
- I use this desk for both my office job and music production and I think it is very suitable for both setups
- it’s got a lot of surface space, so you can fit many things on it
I personally don’t (yet) need the rack mount part, so I just added the top shelf without the extra metal bits, so can’t comment about that

Now, the cons:
- warning! The manual is bad! I had to remove the legs three times and there are two manuals that are interlinked and you have to start with the manual in the box that has hardware parts too! I started with the other manual (assembled the legs and table top first, cause there wasn’t instruction on which manual to start with, and I opened the bigger parts first). Also, I’m the HW box manual read carefully the beginning (general assembly guide), so you don’t sit there at one of the steps not understanding what’s going on (cause they also provided a only 3 pairs of “general assembly” screws instead of 4…
- the table top edges although rounded at the corners, they are a little edgy from a sitting point of view just where your arm kind of touched it. I think it’s not a biggie though

Overall, it’s an awesome desk. I was very angry about the manual for the price point, but eventually I managed to assemble it.

I can highly recommend this desk, especially if you have a smaller space.


Worst desk in the world
cold00n 10.04.2023
Second level every time opened by itself because on it's down side placed ECU with wires which is placed too close to standing of the table. Why? Why ECU mount holes placed so close to the standing? It is not professional construction. Seems like some not educated not smart people created this table design.

Two different parcels with two different manuals which is partly conflicted.

Part of screw 6-angle which is good because there is a 6-angle screwdriver in the complect, but part of screws is a cross without cross screwdriver.


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Cheap table with above average looks
Maussa 14.05.2022
I bought this because it ticked all the boxes for my requirements; 6A rack space, motorized level adjustment, built in cable management.

Things I noticed about this that is sub-par in my opinion;
- The level for work (kb + mouse) has a sharp angle leading to chafing wrists.
- 90 degree angles had this "optional" ikea screw that could be used, just not for all the places where it would go. Also the whole thing was added as "a tip to build zaor products". Man I thought ikea was cheap and shit. So 3 pcs were missing.
- The thing came with 2 manuals with contradictory information
- The AC/DC converter isn't providing smooth power to the motor. So expect choppy rides up and down.
- Built in cable management was 3 velcro bands screwed to frame.

The good sides;
- It looks nice
- The kb drawer isn't as flimsy as in similar products
- Quite sturdy as the metal frame is great

So once ZAOR creates a manual for the build that includes the specific steps for this product, adds screw holes for the relevant places, adds the necessary hardware and rounds the working level edges - this would be a 5/5 product. I am a bit torn about the product; I am going to have to mod this thing to make it good to work with. At the moment, I think the price for this product is too high. Half the price would be about right.

Not relating to the product, the package itself looked like it had gone through a grinder. I'll just give UPS the credit for that.


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Gute Gesamtidee aber sehr schwach umgesetzt
Logical800 16.01.2023
Ich habe mir viele Gedanken gemacht, wie ich denn den ComboDesk nun bewerten soll. Wenn ein Produkt 699,- EUR kostet erwarte ich auch was – meine Bewertung fällt klar aus:

1) Aufbau sehr umständlich, das kann man aber noch verschmerzen.
2) Ich schließe mich einigen Vorgängern an – die Kante des Tisches ist dermaßen scharf, dass es ohne zusätzlichen Kantenschutz gar nicht geht. Man hat sich binnen weniger Minuten das Handgelenk aufgerieben. Mir ist es ein Rätsel, wie man das in der Konstruktion nicht checken kann oder will. Ganz klar ein völliges NoGo!
3) Das System der Keyboardschublade ist dermaßen schlecht durchdacht, dass man sich auch hier nur an den Kopf fassen möchte. Ich habe hier ein Arturia KeyLab 61 MKII mit nur einer sehr geringen Tiefe im Einsatz. Selbst das passt auf die Keyboardauflage kaum drauf, weil die Tiefe so gering ist. Als würde die geringe Tiefe der Ablage noch nicht genügen, kann man so gar nicht die Abschlussleiste montieren – sonst hätte man ja noch weniger Platz. Reicht immer noch nicht – wenn man dann die Schublade reinschiebt stehen relativ schnell die Midikabel usw. an dem Metallgestänge an. Das geht gar nicht! Man ärgert sich so sehr – da hätte ich mit Teilen vom Baumarkt eine weitaus bessere Keyboard-Schublade bauen können. Schubfach schließt auch nicht wirklich saube. Ich hatte mich so sehr auf die "professionelle" Schublade gefreut – absoluter Reinfall!

Warum gebe ich nur 2 Sterne? Bei einem elektrisch verstellbaren Tisch mit zwei Beinen gehe ich sowieso davon aus, dass das Ding gerade steht, elektrisch höhenverstellbar ist usw. Scharfkantig darf es eben nicht sein, das ist doch kein Standard. Was hat also ein besonderes Augenmerk verdient – eben die Details für Producer! Da ist eben das Schubfach – eines der wichtigsten Features, das meiner Meinung nach völlig versagt!

Schade ;-(