FEL8017901

Fellowes Designer Suites Premium Keyboard Tray - TAA Compliant

3.0" x 27.5" x 19.0" - Black

Reg. Price $269.49

Our Price $147.96 Each

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Features adjustable height and tilt as well as an adjustable mouse platform
Soothing memory foam for neutral hand/wrist position and features Microban antimicrobial protection
Loosen knob to adjust height or tilt (negative 10 degrees) then tighten to lock; swivel 360 degrees
Warning Trak helps prevent the mouse from sliding off the mousing platform
Dimensions:27-1/2"W x 19"D x 3"H below track to 1-1/4"H above track; platform: 19"W x 10-5/8"D
  • Additional Info
SKU
FEL8017901
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
8017901
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Model
8017901
Product Type
Keyboard Tray
Limited Warranty
3 Year Limited
Color
Black
Weight (Approximate)
13.35 lb
Recycled
No

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Fellowes Designer Suites Premium Keyboard Tray - TAA Compliant
 
4.5

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5.0

A good value for the price

By Tterb

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Pros

  • Design
  • Functionality
  • Quality construction
  • Warranty

Cons

  • A little bouncy

Best Uses

    Comments about Fellowes Designer Suites Premium Keyboard Tray - TAA Compliant:

    I bought this to replace a cheap slide out keyboard tray that came with my HONS desk. something I should have done years ago. Fairly easy to install, but some sort of paper template of the actual size would have been helpful in the placement of the tray for installation since the tray has an asymmetrical mount due to the mouse tray being mounted on the left or right. Construction is top notch. Fits a Microsoft Sculpt Comfort (ergonomic) Keyboard with ease. The wrist rests are optional. My only complaint is the mouse tray is a little bouncy since it is so far off of center in relation to the mount. Overall, a good value for the money.

     
    4.0

    A pretty good value

    By Brett

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    Pros

    • Design
    • Functionality
    • Quality construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fellowes Designer Suites Premium Keyboard Tray - TAA Compliant:

        I bought this to replace a cheap slide out keyboard tray that came with my HONS desk. something I should have done years ago. Fairly easy to install, but some sort of paper template of the actual size would have been helpful in the placement of the tray for install since the tray has an asymmetrical mount due to the mouse tray being mounted on the left or right. Construction is top notch. Fits a Microsoft Sculpt Comfort (ergonomic) Keyboard with ease. The wrist rests are optional. My only complaint is the mouse tray is a little bouncy since it is so far off of center in relation to the mount. Overall, a good value for the money.

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