What to look for in Sauder Heritage Hill Executive Desk?
This Executive desk has a flip-down drawer front that reveals a slide-out keyboard/mouse shelf with metal runners and safety stops Three file drawers with full extension slides hold letter, legal or European size hanging files Two file drawers on left side have key lock Two small drawers feature metal runners with safety stops Overall Dimensions: 70 1/2" 179.1 cm Width x 35 1/2" 90 cm Depth x 29 3/4" 75.4 cm Height Grommet holes in desk top for cord management. Black Melamine top is heat, stain and scratch-resistant Quick and easy assembly with patented t-slot drawer systemExecutive desk comes in a classic cherry finishEngineered wood construction
What is the advantage of this Sauder Heritage Hill Executive Desk?
Give your home office or workspace the promotion it has been needing with the classy style and design of this executive desk from the Heritage Hill collection. Its spacious desk top surface provides you with room for all your must-have desk essentials like your laptop, notepads, a cup for pens and even an accent lamp. In addition, the top surface is black melamine so its resists heat, stain and scratches, helping it stay beautiful for years to come. It features a flip-down front panel that reveals a slide-out keyboard/mouse shelf that glides on smooth metal runners. It also features two small storage drawers for easy access storage of miscellaneous office supplies like paper clips, stapler and much more. The three large file drawers accommodate letter, legal or European size hanging files so you can keep all your papers organized. The two file drawers on left feature the ability to lock so you can keep documents safe and secure. Finished in Classic Cherry and detailed with stylish hardware, this executive desk will have you looking like a boss
Customer reviewsGreat desk, especially for the price
I actually got this because of the keyboard drawer but I don't like the front folding down causing more distance between you and the desk. You can't really do any work at the desk with the drawer out without leaning so far forward that is it is uncomfortable. Also, the hole in the top of the desk is right in the middle towards the back where you would usually put a monitor, so I had to buy a monitor stand to resolve this. I have read it has taken about 6 hours to put together, some commenting less, some commenting more. It took me a little over 4 hours. It says not to use a drill but I used one anyway. I set it on a low torque setting and it was fine, just start each screw manually first. It looks great, is a good sized desk sturdy. It would be better if it had pull out panels above each top drawer for added work space though I see the price has gone up 75 since I bought mine about 2 weeks ago. I was going to say it is an awesome desk, especially for the price but if you bought it now it would still be a great deal, just not as good as what I paid