I was concerned it would be wobbly but it is more solid than expected. It is heavy. Assembly instructions and diagrams poor, items and bags of screws unmarked, but once assembled I am very satisfied.
I am an adult who never reached her full (height) potential ;) and am under five feet tall. I had been searching for YEARS off and on, but even children's desks often didn't go low enough, because they are made for writing, and you write "higher" than you type. Or they were kids standing desks, and so they didn't go low enough for sitting. I had just about given up, at least on the "sit to stand" option. Then someone suggested this for me, and it is PERFECT. Oddly enough, I understand both the "wobbly" and "sturdy" reviews. It is sturdy as far as the desk itself is concerned, but jiggling the keyboard tray will also jiggle the main surface, so if my chair arms run into the keyboard tray or I type a bit too "vigorously," the monitor will also shake. But that's not a major deal for me, and I have no real complaints. Finally found a chair form a different manufacturer that also works, and I have a set-up that works for all 4'10" of me. And the fact that it is so easy to switch from sitting to standing is a plus for me.
But just an FYI for people who are looking for a super short desk, like me: The lowest height range is from the base to the desk surface and does not take into account the height of the castors. The castors add a couple of inches. However, with they keyboard tray and an external keyboard and monitor (which I had already been considering) this was not an issue for me.
Very flimsy. Wobbles all over when I type
We had to sell it as it did not fit our needs. This was shaky and the keyboard tray did not slide.It went up and down easily and was easy to assemble.
Easy assembly and fits perfectly anywhere.