Attach the feet onto the bases. Then, screw the slats in three pieces together, then screw the entire thing onto the tabletop. It’s that’s all there is. However, as I mentioned, there are a lot of screws that will not be able to 100 percent will fit in every place. In the end, the table is very sturdy. All the load-bearing components are steel, and the tabletop is 1.9 millimeters thick and coated with fiberboard. That means the Arena can hold a weight of 80 kg, which makes it suitable for multiple monitors or a massive TV with speakers or a soundbar. It is also lovely that the screws don’t go directly into the wood; instead, in recessed, appropriate metal brackets.
The tabletop is a generous size at 160x82cm. The excellent design is the curvature in its front. This is ideal for ergonomics. The table can also be adjustable by 10 centimeters from 70 to 81cm. The less appealing feature is the mechanism that allows height adjustment. To do the height adjustment, an Allen bolt must be loosened on both tables bases. It is a tedious task and not feasible by itself. There are more efficient solutions. It is possible to adjust each foot separately to correct any floor’s unevenness. This is done with no use of tools or playing around.