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I strongly disagree with this post.

I have this desk and it's an unstable piece of junk. I got rid of it. The design and construction are cheap, and the "foldable" factor is a gimmick. Be wary and have appropriate expectations for an inexpensive desk. If I can save you the hassle then this post is worth it...
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BIG question: Is this as sturdy as Origami (rebranded) or a cheaply made knockoff? Sounds like could go either way, though it looks identical.

Reviews are solid, but not sure if Costway moderates them or not.


EDIT/UPDATE 1;
Considering the actual origami brand is only $20 more at Amazon right now, I think it would be better to go with the original [amazon.com].


EDIT/UPDATE 2:
The Costway one is NOT a rebranded Oragami, tell tale sign on the Costway one is that the TOP FOLDS. The Oragami one does NOT fold. Compare pics and then watch Amazon video to see for yourself. That said, Oragami is stronger and harder to store, Costway is weaker/cheaper but probably easier to store.
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I have something just like this called the Oragami desk I got off Amazon. I don't see any difference. It has to be the best quality desk I have ever looked at for under $100 bucks. Everything is heavy duty steel, not aluminum. The wood top might be made from some kind of fiberboard for all I know because it is coated in something vinyl-y/plasticy( not quite paint, but smooth as paint). However, the board itself is heavy and feels really sturdy. I have also had a large 49" QLED, with a monitor arm holding a 32" monitor all the way forward and the table was just solid as a rock.

Compared to something I bought for $130, not including tax and shipping, that had one of the legs break while it was holding my flat screen tv, ontop of my $1000 desktop that was underneath it.

Moral of the story is. If you want to have expensive stuff, invest like minded in the furniture holding it up. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Just ordered one! Thanks OP!!
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I have something just like this called the Oragami desk I got off Amazon. I don't see any difference. It has to be the best quality desk I have ever looked at for under $100 bucks. Everything is heavy duty steel, not aluminum. The wood top might be made from some kind of fiberboard for all I know because it is coated in something vinyl-y/plasticy( not quite paint, but smooth as paint). However, the board itself is heavy and feels really sturdy. I have also had a large 49" QLED, with a monitor arm holding a 32" monitor all the way forward and the table was just solid as a rock.

Compared to something I bought for $130, not including tax and shipping, that had one of the legs break while it was holding my flat screen tv, ontop of my $1000 desktop that was underneath it.

Moral of the story is. If you want to have expensive stuff, invest like minded in the furniture holding it up. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Yeah looks exactly the same. Ill try it, thanks!
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I've ordered several things off Amazon that came from Costway, and they've all been cheaply made garbage. I cannot speak for this specific item though.
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Sweet pictures! Good to know this table is compatible with the new Alienware iMac Stick Out Tongue
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My wife and I both have the Origami for our home office. We love them. Especially when we had to move. So easy to break down and transport. If this is as good, then it is highly recommended.
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I have something just like this called the Oragami desk I got off Amazon. I don't see any difference. It has to be the best quality desk I have ever looked at for under $100 bucks. Everything is heavy duty steel, not aluminum. The wood top might be made from some kind of fiberboard for all I know because it is coated in something vinyl-y/plasticy( not quite paint, but smooth as paint). However, the board itself is heavy and feels really sturdy. I have also had a large 49" QLED, with a monitor arm holding a 32" monitor all the way forward and the table was just solid as a rock.

Compared to something I bought for $130, not including tax and shipping, that had one of the legs break while it was holding my flat screen tv, ontop of my $1000 desktop that was underneath it.

Moral of the story is. If you want to have expensive stuff, invest like minded in the furniture holding it up. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
I strongly disagree with this post.

I have this desk and it's an unstable piece of junk. I got rid of it. The design and construction are cheap, and the "foldable" factor is a gimmick. Be wary and have appropriate expectations for an inexpensive desk. If I can save you the hassle then this post is worth it...
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This is an Origami knockoff. I'd stick with them.
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I have the Origami desk and it is sturdy as heck. Had it for 4 years, and has been moved several times with no problems
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BIG question: Is this as sturdy as Origami (rebranded) or a cheaply made knockoff? Sounds like could go either way, though it looks identical.

Reviews are solid, but not sure if Costway moderates them or not.


EDIT/UPDATE 1;
Considering the actual origami brand is only $20 more at Amazon right now, I think it would be better to go with the original [amazon.com].


EDIT/UPDATE 2:
The Costway one is NOT a rebranded Oragami, tell tale sign on the Costway one is that the TOP FOLDS. The Oragami one does NOT fold. Compare pics and then watch Amazon video to see for yourself. That said, Oragami is stronger and harder to store, Costway is weaker/cheaper but probably easier to store.
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BIG question: Is this as sturdy as Origami (rebranded) or a cheaply made knockoff? Sounds like could go either way, though it looks identical.

Reviews are solid, but not sure if Costway moderates them or not.


EDIT/UPDATE
Considering the actual origami brand is only $20 more at Amazon right now, I think it would be better to go with the original [amazon.com].
Which Origami table are we talking. Share the link to compare please
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I have something just like this called the Oragami desk I got off Amazon. I don't see any difference. It has to be the best quality desk I have ever looked at for under $100 bucks. Everything is heavy duty steel, not aluminum. The wood top might be made from some kind of fiberboard for all I know because it is coated in something vinyl-y/plasticy( not quite paint, but smooth as paint). However, the board itself is heavy and feels really sturdy. I have also had a large 49" QLED, with a monitor arm holding a 32" monitor all the way forward and the table was just solid as a rock.

Compared to something I bought for $130, not including tax and shipping, that had one of the legs break while it was holding my flat screen tv, ontop of my $1000 desktop that was underneath it.

Moral of the story is. If you want to have expensive stuff, invest like minded in the furniture holding it up. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Was the 49" tv the curved one from sams club? I really wanted to get it and use it as a monitor. So you are using it as a monitor and an additional 32" mounted connected to a desktop?
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