- Nov 6, 2008
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For an entirely solid walnut desk, $1500 isn’t terrible. Attractive design too.Opinions on this office desk? Seems overpriced but has some thoughtful details. Worth it or just a gimmick and better off going with something else? I believe I've looked through most of the major catalogs and it just catches my eye. I also use a desk clamp monitor stand
Shipping estimate - 6 to 9 weeks A modern desk that adapts to your needs to create the perfect workspace. Made from solid walnut hardwood, then sealed with a beautiful satin finish. The cable grid neatly manages power cords and a built-in dock is compatible with a range of accessories so you can...theartifox.com
Another I was considering
Order your Pyramid Table 01. An original design by Wim Rietveld, this multifunctional table and desk is manufactured by HAY.us.hay.com
I was also looking at motorized sit/stand desks but as I want something that will last a long time and I can move with, the motor and other internals don't seem to be extremely durable/serviceable, are very heavy, and annoying to disassemble/setup
You can really go down a rabbit hole here. I took a brief dive into serious tea and was mystified at how tea can discernably taste different out of different cups ... and how expensive some cups can be.
Yeah, best advice I got on this topic was "all in or not at all." That was an easy one for me - not at all right now (vs. north of $400/cup which is what I was looking at).100%. Gyokorowan and Chawan can get crazy. These were like $60 each and not even scratching the surface.
Between water quality, tea quality, tea storage, temp control, cup etc there is so much variability.