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KiBiSi X Table

By Matt Lake on November 23, 2012

Top Scandinavian design group KiBiSi bring their talent into the office with the strikingly simple X Table, a manually height adjustable table that “accommodates multiple working positions and daily reshuffling.”

The keyword here is “manually” – meaning no motors, just pure kinetic power. This is a good thing; you’re only adjusting the height after all so the X Table saves electricity and “keeps users active.” Hey, if this counts as exercise, we’ll take it.

It works in the same way as carjacks, ironing boards, and other such tools that have managed to rise just fine without the need for motors, and any technical components are neatly integrated within the table top, resulting in a clean, simple design.

It’s ultimately like any other table that does what tables do best, but at the same time, it’s so much more. And it even comes with an optional storage solution for all your office supplies.

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