The example model in the gallery is a Fully Jarvis with a custom sized 1300mm x 750mm x 27mm solid oak desktop with edge boards.
Fully sit/stand desk frames are of an exceptional standard. They have both electric and hand crank models, and support a variety of different configurations. Whilst their hardwood desk top quality is good, it is definitely on the pricey side and their size options are quite limited, so it’s great they offer what they call the BYOD (Bring Your Own Desktop) option. This is where can help!
The desk tops purchased from Fully do come with pre-drilled holes, making it possible to fit the top with their machine screws, which are provided with the desk frame.
Fully do however state that you could fit the top with standard wood screws in their documentation (see attached image). Therefore, you would attach the top by means of wood screws (not included with the frame), it would be best (though not required) to pre-drill small pilot holes.You could stick with the provided machine screws, that will require pre-drilling holes into your desk top. Either method can easily be achieved with a household electric drill. We do offer a pre-drilling service on delivery, configurable when adding the product to basket, unfortunately this is currently unavailable.
During COVID restrictions, we are not currently offering our pilot-hole service on delivery, but please get in touch if you would like more information, as delivery location and date could make it possible for us to help. At the very least, we can provide specific detailed instruction on delivery as to how to affix your table top to the Fully frame.
How to get the perfect Fully desk
- Buy the Fully desk frame of your choice from their website. Be sure to go ‘Frame Only’.
- Buy our desk top from this page (from £115 including delivery)
- Enjoy your beautiful hand-made hardwood desk.
Oak or Pine?
This is a matter of preference, and also budget. Oak and pine have their own properties. Oak is a hard wood, whilst pine has hard and soft wood properties. Pine visually has a less tight grain, but still has lots of character. Pine is easier to mark and less glossy to touch and look at, and so you may wish to apply a polyurethane finish. Oak is less likely to mark when spilled on, and has a glossier finish.
Monitor Stand Offer
Combine your desk with any size hand made monitor stand and save £15 with the code: ZEROWASTE