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Desk Leg

Attach our strong tubular metal Desk Legs to the underside of your choice of a Desk Top with the included screws. Combine the legs with elfa Desk Drawers, or a Bisley® File Cabinet to create a customized desk that complements your personal style. Create a Custom elfa Component Desk that's all your own: Design Your Own Component Desk. See more product details below.

  • Tubular steel with a powder-coated finish
  • Sold individually
  • Mounting screws are included with each leg
  • Made in the USA
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Desk Leg Black

2-1/4" diam. x 29" h

9015

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$19.99 ea

Desk Leg Platinum

2-1/4" diam. x 29" h

9020

Available for Shipping

* Cannot be expedited

$19.99 ea

Desk Leg White

2-1/4" diam. x 29" h

9010

Available for Shipping

* Cannot be expedited

$19.99 ea

Desk Leg 4.5 5 12 12
Desk Let This leg would be ideal for building a do it your self desk. Easy to use and would be quick to assemble. Last longer than wood and would never need to be repainted time after time. I would gladly use these and refer them to anyone. April 25, 2014
Don't need to use their table tops I plan to attach these to a long finished piece of wood that used to hang on the wall as a headboard. It should make a good bench for my craft room. Will post picture when it's done. April 12, 2014
Great legs! Perfect for my desk. Easily attached. Strong and steady. Highly recommend. March 10, 2014
More Solder Would make better I attached these to the Melamine light wood desk. They are pretty decent, however they make the surface wobbly. The plate for the screws should be square with four points of contact and solder completely around the leg's attachment to the plate. That would be the only way these would stop the desk from wobbling. There are only 3 points of solder on them, so they actually bend when moving across a surface and you have to bend them back in place. I'm sure this causes stress on the other three points of solder so it will become a problem sometime down the road when the solder just snaps from the tension. January 2, 2014

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