The Best Black Friday Deals If You Work From Home

Working from home might be here to stay for many of us, so it's important to make sure you've set up a space that allows you to focus without distractions. That includes using noise-canceling headphones to drown out the kids, using a monitor or laptop stand so you don't crane your neck, and so much more. We've tested a lot of home office gear , and quite a lot of it is on sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. These are our favorites.

Note: We strike through items that sell out or are no longer at their deal price as of publishing. Discounts sometimes return, so check for yourself. We will update this guide throughout the weekend.

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  • Absolute Best Black Friday Deals
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Desk and Chair Deals

Photograph: Fully
Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk (30x24) for $475 ($44 off)
FullyThis is one of the lowest prices we've seen on Fully's standing desk. It's a favorite among several WIRED staffers. You can quickly adjust the height by pressing a button, and the motor will do the rest. You get four height presets, a bamboo top that looks and feels great, and a variety of customization options so you can personalize it to your liking (just know that many of these tweaks will add to the price). Fully's Jarvis EcoTop Standing Desk is also on sale, and is slightly cheaper at $441 ($78 off). Instead of bamboo, the top uses a locally sourced fiber from Oregon that's 92 percent pre-consumer, recycled, or recovered.