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Top Of The Best Desk & Shelf Clocks Reviewed In 2018Last Updated November 1, 2018
№1 – Betus [Retro Style] Flip Desk Shelf Clock – Classic Mechanical-Digital Display Battery Powered – Home & Office Décor 8 x 6.5 x 3 Inches (White)
№2 – Betus [Retro Style] Flip Desk Shelf Clock – Classic Mechanical-Digital Display Battery Powered – Home & Office Decor 8 x 5.5 x 3.5 Inches
№3 – Betus [Retro Style] Flip Desk Shelf Clock – Classic Mechanical-Digital Display Battery Powered – Home & Office Décor 8 x 6.5 x 3 Inches
Research shows that sitting at a desk the whole day is the new killer after smoking. Stand desk is an innovative design at the fraction of the cost of any other desk that offers a similar feature. With the press of the button the desk elevates to your liking and you can continue work as per normal, only you will be standing now instead of sitting. Ideal if you have a bad back.
Locus Sphere Workstation
The Locus Sphere workstation is another standing desk. This one though is much like buying a car. You want the base you get the base but all other additions to the desk is at an extra cost. One nice feature of this desk is that you can tilt it for a more ergonomic posture. You need to crank it manually to adjust the height but is easily done with the German crank system.
Minimal Wall Desk
This float wall desk is easy to mount to any wall type and can be used as a full desktop station or writing desk. The design enables you to use it as a standing desk or a traditional height sitting desk. The desk has a full surface slide out tray and wire management slot.
Cartesia Desk Tamo Tree
At first glance of the Cartesia desk, it looks like an oversized Chinese puzzle box. The advantage of this desk is that the drawers is of directional design allowing you to access multiple storages at the same time as well as eliminating blind spots in the back of the drawer. A small side drawer can store our electric cables.
Stir Kinetic Desk
The Stir Kinectic desk is an easy adjustable standing desk that with a double tap returns to your pre-set sitting height. As with XBOX kinect, the desk sense your presence and keep record of how much time was spend sitting or standing and the calories burned by standing. In active mode it reminds you gently that it is time to change your position. The desk is also equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi so that it can connect with wellness and fitness apps. It also features built in AC and USB power ports to connect and power your devices.
This desk is taking the standing desk to a new level by adding a treadmill. The advantage is that you don’t need to gym after work as you did it the whole day already. The whisper quiet treadmill has a max speed of mph and has all the normal bells and whistles of a treadmill with displays for speed, calories burned, distance covered and time.
MILK Classic Desk
The MILK classic is designed to feed your body and mind by giving you a smart stylish workspace to customise to your every need. The four compartments can be used from a storage and charging place for your phone to a square fish tank. A handy cable storage rack tucks everything neatly away out of sight.
Bluelounge Studio Desk
The StudioDesk hides all your peripherals and excess cables under a sliding desktop surface. It is easy to access from above and an elongated slot across the width of the desktop allows the necessary cables to enter or exit at any point. An extra-large version is also available.
The Covet desk provides a simple but practical design for an innovative storage solution integrated into its solid oak or walnut frame. The surface is glass creating an aesthetically pleasing desk. The storage space eliminates the need for a small bookshelf.
Hecklerdesign OneLess Desk
The OneLess desk is an innovative design. The one desk raises your display to the perfect lien of sight with your keyboard and mouse right beneath your fingertips. The lower desk can be tucked in neatly beneath the upper desk making this an excellent space saver. The upper desk features a peripheral shelf to manage the cables keeping everything tucked away.
The desk conversion option
It takes up less space than other converters, doesn’t demand a deep desk to use, and has the smoothest height adjustment we’ve seen in a desktop option.
If you’re committed to a standing routine, but you already own a standard-height desk you like, or the price of a fully adjustable desk is just too much, we like the Ergo Desktop Kangaroo Pro Junior. It provides a decently smooth transition from sitting to standing, but more than that, it doesn’t render a huge chunk of your desk unusable, or demand an uncommonly deep desk, like most units we tested. It’s a stable, fluid upgrade to your workspace ergonomics.
If you’re starting out standing, or work in a nontraditional space, the cardboard Spark is a surprisingly stable workstation, in three different sizes.
If you’re going to stand to work, you need a standing desk mat to support and relieve pressure on your feet, back, legs, neck, and shoulders. We tested antifatigue mats right underneath the desks we tested for this guide, and found the Ergodriven Topo was the best mat for alternating between sitting and standing. It’s plenty comfortable beneath your feet, but what puts it over the competition are its multiple surfaces and densities for bored, fidgety feet and the ability to slide it under a desk and back with one foot. You’re also going to want a monitor arm if you use a monitor at your desk, or a laptop stand—or both, if you want to have two screens at the right height on your desk.
Though sitting is bad for you, the shift toward standing happened before it was proven that standing undoes the damage.
Standing has benefits, beyond those needing more research. In testing standing desks, I (Kevin Purdy) have found that my sit/stand rotation encourages me to tackle tasks I can complete within the 20 or 40 minutes I intend to stay standing. Standing in the early morning helps me focus while still groggy, and standing after lunch seems to stave off a post-meal lull. When standing, I am more likely to walk to fetch something or grab a glass of water or coffee. Standing during a video conference sometimes makes me get to the point when speaking. Not for nothing, standing also provides a higher, more flattering camera angle for said conferences.
Also, having an adjustable standing desk means you have an adjustable sitting desk, too. Most desks are built to a height for the “average person,” because they must be mass-produced. Sometimes you can raise the legs or casters a bit, maybe an inch. With an adjustable standing desk that has a memory console, you can figure out your most comfortable sitting height and lock it in, without having to lift up your desk and slide things under the feet.
How we picked and tested
Adjustable sit/stand desks come in three general types: hand-cranked, hydraulic/pneumatic, and electronic. Hand-cranked desks are only slightly less expensive than electronic, a pain to work with, and prone to load-imbalance issues. Hydraulic desks like the Humanscale Float are quiet and elegant, but they cost as much as high-end electronic desks, lack any sort of preset height options, and can’t hold as much weight. We have focused on electronic desks since we first started testing in 2012, because they’re the most popular, reliable, and cost-effective adjustable desks and can hold several hundred pounds.
Generally, in assessing newer electronic standing desks, we considered how they compared with our standing pick, the Fully Jarvis Bamboo, in features, specifications, and price. Some of those desks ended up being dismissed before testing began.
Almost nobody has owned a modern standing desk with electronically controlled lifts for five years or more, so reliability and durability are something we have to extrapolate from customer reviews and day-to-day use.
A good standing desk should accommodate as wide a range of human heights as possible. Any desk can hit the middle of the bell curve, but a good desk should be usable by just about everyone.
The most important thing in a quality adjustable desk is stability. A solid standing desk should not wobble from front to back or from side to side at any height. It should raise and lower as smoothly as possible, without unpleasant noises or shudders. Beyond wobble, there’s a feeling of balance, especially when a monitor is attached to an arm or a laptop is on a stand on the desk. It’s hard to quantify, but it’s easy to feel when you think about your expensive equipment. It is, essentially, a back-of-mind fear that “this whole thing feels like it could go right over if someone bumped it the wrong way.” Most desks we tested avoided that, but not all of them.
With those parameters in mind, and after looking into the leading companies, we brought in three new desks to try in the summer of 2016: the Autonomous SmartDesk (no longer sold in the configuration we tried), an Evodesk, and an Uplift Standing Desk. We tested these desks alongside our pick (the Fully Jarvis) in CoworkBuffalo, offering standing desks to an enthusiastic set of standing workers. We configured each desk to match as closely as possible the same configuration: a 60-inch-wide bamboo top (or nearest equivalent), wire-management cutouts if available, and a programmable controller. We asked each person to rotate desks each day, and, after a few hours of sit/stand shifts, to compare each desk’s stability and adjustability with that of the others.
Flaws but not dealbreakers
Most of the issues you might encounter with the Jarvis, or any standing desk, come from human error. With our writers and editors having built more than a dozen standing desks, we know that, as with all assemble-it-yourself furniture, early errors like loose or too-tight screws or misaligned bolts can compound as you move on. But a few other quirks might arise regardless of how you set it up.
Like most standing desks in its price range, the lifting motors in the Jarvis’s legs can drift slightly out of alignment with each other after many uses, causing sounds or vibrations. Most of these issues can be fixed with the desk’s reset procedure (lowering all the way and pressing a button for a few seconds).
We recommend a particular Jarvis setup—bamboo, rectangular 60-inch desktop, memory-enabled console—because we think it’s the best value in the line. The laminate tops, though cheaper, are thick, heavy, and not too attractive. Most of the accessories for the Jarvis are not custom-built for the desk, just conveniently packaged with your shipment. If you want fewer wires exposed on your desktop, add grommeted cable-routing cutouts to your desktop or use good, affordable cable-management tools.
Why you should trust me
To research this guide, I dove deep into LEDs—the science behind them, industry standards of measuring bulb longevity, their cost-effectiveness and energy-saving abilities, and how they affect eye health. That meant reading sections of the Illuminating Engineering Society’s
American National Standard Practice for Office Lighting and the Nonresidential Lighting and Electrical Power Distribution guide by the California Lighting Technology Center at UC Davis, inquiring at many recycling centers to learn how to dispose of LED lamps (hint: it’s difficult), and calling the Energy Trust of Oregon (my home state) to try and figure out how much money LEDs really save. To determine the features that make the best LED desk lamps, I interviewed five experts ranging from professors of optometry to lighting designers: Geoff Goral, of the Lighting Design Alliance; Linnaea Tillett, head of Tillett Lighting Design Associates; Nicole Graeber, a development engineer at the University of California Davis’s California Lighting Technology Center; Dr. Gregory Good, professor emeritus of clinical optometry at the Ohio State University College of Optometry; Mark Lien, industry relations manager of the Illuminating Engineering Society; and Wirecutter’s own lighting enthusiast, editor Dan Koeppel.
How we picked
For expert opinions on what makes a great desk lamp, how lighting affects eye health, and to understand industry standards behind projected bulb lifespans, we spoke to lighting designers, optometrists, industry specialists, and lighting researchers.
Based on our research and expert interviews, we looked for LED desk lamps that had the following features, in order of importance:
Adjustable brightness higher than 450 lumens: LED brightness is measured in lumens, as opposed to watts. (Lumens measure visible brightness; watts measure the energy used to produce light and heat output.) A 40-watt incandescent bulb puts out roughly 450 lumens; an equivalent-brightness LED bulb is about to watts. A 60-watt incandescent bulb put out about 800 lumens; an equivalent LED is roughly to 1watts. Your brightness requirements will vary, however, based on age, ambient lighting, task, room decor, and personal preference: While 450 lumens will be enough for most people, our experts said that others could need as many as 800 to work efficiently. We looked for adjustable-brightness lamps with a maximum brightness of at least 450 lumens.
A wide range of color temperatures: Color temperature, measured in kelvin, is a personal preference, and the best LED lamps offer a range of colors that you can change based on your activity. In general, brighter, bluer light is best for computer work during the day, and warmer, dimmer light is better for a bedroom or sitting area or evening work.
The lighting designers we spoke to recommend a range between 2,800 and 4,000 kelvins for most people; the LED lamps we looked at have color temperatures ranging from 2,000 K to 7,000 K. For context, incandescent bulbs are warmer, with a range of 2,200 K to 3,000 K; neutral, cooler light ranges from 3,500 to 4,100 K, and daylight has a temperature ranging from 5,000 to 6,500 K.
The eight LED lamps we tested.
To compare these eight LED desk lamps, we started by evaluating how easy each was to assemble and use. We immediately eliminated any lamps that were exceptionally difficult to set up, that weren’t adjustable, or that created glare on computer screens or paper due to exposed LED diodes or panels that weren’t adequately covered by the lamp’s shade. This removed the Lampat and Equo Gen from the running.
To compare the six remaining lamps, we put them on a desk and used them for two hours in the morning at a computer, using cooler color temperatures, and at night to read, using warmer color temperatures. We tried each lamp’s color temperatures and brightness settings to make sure each worked as described. We lined them up side by side to compare their brightness and color temperatures during the day and at night, though the ideal combination will vary from person to person. On lamps with USB-charging ports, we also plugged in an iPhone to verify that they could charge.
We tried to measure brightness with a lux meter (which measures luminance as light intensity per square meter), but concluded that this test wasn’t particularly useful, since lux measurement changes depending on how a lamp is positioned, and we didn’t have a way to position all the lamps identically.
The Eufy ALumos Desk Lamp has one of the best combinations of options for brightness and color temperature we tested, at a low price, making it by far the best value. The lamp is the second-brightest one we tested, and has five brightness levels, from very bright to softly dim—a wide enough range to satisfy most people’s tastes. The Eufy Aalso has four color temperatures to choose from, ranging from a golden yellow to a crisp white, and its frosted light panel did the best job of any lamp we tested at covering its LED diodes to prevent glare and distracting points of light. The Awas also one of the most adjustable lamps we tested, with a head that pivots up and down and side to side to focus light at an angle, and an arm that pivots forward and back to reach over tasks.
Geoff Goral, Lighting Design Alliance, phone interview, May 31, 2018
Linnaea Tillett, head of Tillett Lighting Design Associates, phone interview, June 1, 2018
Nicole Graeber, development engineer at UC Davis California Lighting Technology Center, phone interview, June 6, 2018
Dr. Gregory Good, professor emeritus of clinical optometry at The Ohio State University College of Optometry, phone interview, June 14, 2018
Mark Lien, industry relations manager at Illuminating Engineering Society, phone interview, June 9, 2018
The Office Lighting Committee of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, American National Standard Practice for Office Lighting
UC Davis California Lighting Technology Center, Nonresidential Lighting and Electrical Power Distribution
Brighton Professional Black Wire Mesh Square Wastebasket
Modern and lean container stands up straight, lets your trash breathe, and works with or without a bag.
However, if you’re looking to do heavy-duty shredding and get through bigger piles of paper faster, our upgrade pick, the Fellowes 100% Jam Proof Shredder 73Ci, may be a better option.
Along with natural daylight, dimmable ceiling lighting, and (if needed) freestanding lamps, a good desk lamp helps to provide layered, multidirectional lighting, which reduces eyestrain and irritation. Multiple, adjustable office lights reduce the contrast between the light on the object you are focused on and the surrounding area, allowing for detailed focus and the prevention of headaches. Adjustable desk lamps can make you more active and productive with cool light, or they can calm your mind and help you prepare for sleep after late-night work with warm hues. The link between color temperature and productivity is not concrete, however; some people may prefer warm lighting for long work hours, depending on their temperament and the tasks of their job.
We researched two dozen desk lamps and spent 2hours testing them. In our full guide on LED desk lamps, we recommend the Eufy Lumos ADesk Lamp as the best choice for most people. It has five brightness settings and four color-temperature modes which help make working at home—at any time of the day—a bit more comfortable. Its frosted panel eliminates direct glare and both its head and arm are more adjustable than others that we tested in the same price range. The Lumos’s nonreplaceable bulb promises to shine for 50,000 hours. Overall, we think the Ahas the best balance of style and functionality, at the best price, of all the other lamps we considered.
If you’re willing to spend a little more and are looking for a lamp that’s even brighter and has a broader range between color-temperature settings, consider our upgrade pick, the Eufy Lumos ELED Desk Lamp. Its head and arms pivot and tilt like the A4’s, but this lamp comes equipped with a rotating base that has two USB charging ports. It also has a backlit touch panel that makes it easier to turn on in the dark.
The IKEA Forså, a more affordable option for those on a budget, looks better than any multiple-setting LED lamp we saw at a reasonable price, and it has a 6-foot-long cord and a small weighted base that frees up surface space. This stylish, adjustable lamp was our previous top pick and throws a warm light on documents or around your desk. The drawback: It doesn’t have brightness or color-temperature settings but IKEA sells bulbs for the Forså with a 2,700-kelvin “warm daylight” temperature, and LED candelabra bulbs with a cooler temperature that are uncommon and somewhat pricey. That limitation is fine if you use the Forså exclusively for calm reading or for nighttime work. If you use it as your main desk light, your other office lighting must be warm, or the conflicting temperatures (colors) may cause discomfort. —Kevin Purdy and Anna Perling
The Duck EZ Start tape dispenses silently.
The Duck EZ Start dispenser is a little confusing to load the first time—the tape goes behind the plastic tabs and in front of the roller—and doesn’t come with directions, but it isn’t too hard to figure out with a quick Google search. Some tapes we tested, such as the Scotch Heavy Duty Shipping Packaging Tape, were extremely loud. The Duck EZ Start tape dispenses silently, which is a nice perk.
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The Warhol Sofa is an innovative system composed of several individual elements including a desk, a bed, a seat and cushions. Ideal for multifunctional and small spaces, the system allows the user to compose and create the desired environment.
AW Rolling Mobile Cart
Most often used by doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists, these units can be moved around and the wheels can be locked when working. Includes tray for keyboard, printer, an additional shelf for extra items, as well as a penholder.
Tips for using the ergonomic adjustment tool
Adjust your workstation to vary posture throughout the day; standing while using the computer helps vary your posture the most
Your comfort is most important. If a specific measurement feels uncomfortable or awkward, reposition your equipment so that it feels more comfortable
This calculator is not intended as a substitute for professional on-site ergonomic switch to metric
Sit-stand desks are quickly becoming a popular trend in American workplaces.
The idea is simple. By limiting the amount of time you spend seated in a given day, you can stave off a variety of potential health risks. Sit stand desks also allow you to easily raise and lower your keyboard and monitor to proper heights. Check out our stand up desks or fill out our height adjustable desk selector tool for some expert suggestions on which standing desk will work for you.
An ergonomic chair is designed to fit your body and keep you comfortable over the course of an eight hour work day. Features such as seat depth adjustment and adjustable lumbar support allow you to vary your posture and stay efficient.
View our selection of ergonomic chairs or fill out our ergonomic chair selector tool for expert recommendations.
A keyboard tray is a crucial, yet sometimes overlooked component of any proper ergonomic setup. The role of the keyboard tray is simple: to bring the keyboard to you so you don’t have to adjust to it. This can add up to a significant impact on quite a few muscles and tendons. Take a look at our ergonomic keyboard trays or fill out our keyboard tray selector tool to get expert suggestions.
A monitor arm is a highly adjustable arm that attaches to your desk, usually with a bolt-through or clamp mount. Once you have your monitor arm installed, you will be able to adjust your monitor as needed throughout the day. This is especially beneficial to your eyes and your neck. Shop for monitor arms
The ngDesk dashboard displays workload, SLA reports, your busiest days, and your biggest customers’ statuses in real-time.
Agents can work on the go via mobile apps, and get notified of new tickets and ticket updates by phone, email, or SMS. ngDesk also lets you set SLAs and monitors that run through all the tickets in your help desk and check them against your SLAs at pre-set intervals, and notify you about at-risk SLAs before they’re breached or overdue.
The biggest drawback is just the unknowns. The website doesn’t specify what customers can expect regarding customer service. And without a Capterra profile or any online reviews it’s difficult to tell how easy customers find ngDesk to set up and use. offer free services as well, and might be worth checking out.
Open Source Options
While free versions of help desk software are usually limited in users and functionality, open source software is fully functional for all users. It’s also extremely customizable. However, installation and configuration of the software is on your team. To balance everyone’s needs, most open source help desk software companies also offer a preconfigured version and/or installation and support for a price. osTicket
Unlimited SLA agreements
Community support is strong, but sometimes larger issues take longer to resolve
Overview osTicket has most of the features of a full-fledged help desk software tool, including a ticket filter tool to route incoming tickets from email, web forms, and phone calls to the right agents. Its auto-responder helps you set up workflows by ticket type. Automatic canned responses are possible, and the system offers dashboard reports.
The awkward postures you might adopt using your laptop in bed—slumped or hunched is what may come naturally—can lead to neck pain and backaches. To avoid that, sit with your back to the wall or headboard, with one pillow placed horizontally behind your lower back for support and one vertically along the length of your spine for cushioning, Hedge says.
To position your laptop properly on your lap, put a few pillows on your thighs and bend your legs slightly, so you’re looking straight ahead—not down—at the screen. Be sure to rest the computer on a lap desk (or other traylike surface) on top of the pillows, so the device’s vents remain unobstructed. Otherwise, your laptop could overheat.
Slack relies on Zendesk for its knowledge base, the Slack Help Center
A knowledge base lets companies answer common questions before they’re asked.
Much like the Help menu in your favorite programs, a knowledge base is where you publish documentation about pricing, features, services, frequent problems, and anything else you want to share about your app or business.
The knowledge base then lets you easily share help documentation online, where your customers can search through them and then get in touch if they still need assistance. And once you’ve answered support emails for a while, you’ll be able to identify other common problems you should address in your documentation.
Serta Mid-Back Office Chair
While best known for their mattresses, Serta has moved into ergonomics with the Serta Back in Motion Health and Wellness office chair. This reasonably priced chair has the look and feel of a high-end brand with deep, ergo-layered body pillows that offer the perfect combination of comfort and support.
The chair is made from eco-friendly bonded leather with a BIM Active lumbar that pivots as you move for continuous lumbar support. Adjust the height of the padded armrests with the push of a button, and use the convenient cable actuated levers to control the lift and lock-out features.
Alera Elusion Swivel Chair
Welcome to comfort with the Alera Elusion swivel chair. This is the most well-reviewed chair in this price range with an ergonomic design and a breathable mesh back to keep you cool and comfortable all day long. Unlike many chairs at this price, the Alera chair offers a contoured seat cushion with a waterfall edge and premium upholestery that helps take pressure off your legs, while the supportive back encourages proper posture to alleviate lower back pain.
The Alera chair lacks many of the adjustment features of more expensive chairs, but you can adjust the tilt tension, seat height, and arm height and width to adjust the chair to your body. This chair was designed to give you a professional, efficient working environment at a good price, and it certainly delivers. This video walks you through the features of the Elusion series office chairs.
Atlantic Gaming Desk
For the price, the Atlantic Gaming Desk is one of the best desks for gaming on the list. It’s a gaming-centric desk that’s got all the bells and whistles a gamer wants when buying a workstation for their setup. First, it’s made of steel-rods, so it’s sturdy, doesn’t wobble, and stands up right. It’s got a metallic steel and carbon fiber finish top so your electronics won’t get scratched up and it’s easy to dust and clean. It’s still lightweight, at only 40 lbs, so you can move it around the room if needed. It holds a monitor that’s up to 27’’. The gaming desk also has optimized cord placement to avoid tangling and grant users easy access to their plugs—there’s even a power strip holder to keep your plugs in place. There’s also a lot of gaming-specific compartments like a charging station for rechargeable devices, speaker treys for your sound system, a shelf for games and controllers, a hook for your headphones and even a cupholder for your drink. This is key, folks. If you spill even water on your electronics, you can ruin them. It’s details like a designated cup holder that show you how Atlantic knows gamers.
There are some downsides to this desk, however. First, it’s small, so if you want two monitors or one big monitor, this isn’t the desk for you. Second, it doesn’t have wheels. That’s a small issue, but if you want to move it that will require to take everything off the desk. These are small issues though, especially because of the low price of this desk. It makes it the second best gaming desk on our list.
1) Volair Sim Universal Flight or Racing Simulation Cockpit Chassis with Triple Monitor Mounts
This computer station is the gamer’s delight. Calling it a desk is misleading, as it’s made solely for gaming. Volair designed this cockpit simulator as the best possible desk for racing and flying sim games. It’s durable steel frame and fully-adjustable racing seat feels like a real cockpit. The design of this desk is sturdy, weighing up to 130 pounds in box. It’s got a mounting system for one 50’’ monitor or three 32’’ monitors, giving you a full 180 degree viewing radius. There are few gaming desks (in fact, we didn’t find one) that are more immersive than this one. It’s got pre-drilled spaces for shifters and throttle quadrants, trim wheels, as well as a foot rest for racing foot petals. The station was designed for every brand of control setup you’d want for a racing simulator: Saitek, Thrustmaster, Logitech, you name it. If they’re a big name in the racing simulator game, you can use them with your Volair. Plus, you have a keyboard and mouse stand to allow you to play other games as well, shooters, RTS, and retro games are all fun in this computer station.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Desk & Shelf Clocks wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP3 of Desk & Shelf Clocks
- №1 — Betus [Retro Style] Flip Desk Shelf Clock – Classic Mechanical-Digital Display Battery Powered – Home & Office Décor 8 x 6.5 x 3 Inches (White)
- №2 — Betus [Retro Style] Flip Desk Shelf Clock – Classic Mechanical-Digital Display Battery Powered – Home & Office Decor 8 x 5.5 x 3.5 Inches
- №3 — Betus [Retro Style] Flip Desk Shelf Clock – Classic Mechanical-Digital Display Battery Powered – Home & Office Décor 8 x 6.5 x 3 Inches