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With plenty of storage, a lockable stow area, secret compartment and modular power, it’s no wonder that California-based designer Sean Woolsey decided to name his desk after Bond, James Bond. The Woolsey Agent Desk is made of American Black Walnut finished with a natural, food safe, hand rubbed oil and wax finish that sits atop a powder-coated steel base, but it’s all the other features that make this 60″ x 30″ x 30″ really stand out. The built-in leather mouse pad hides a secret compartment that can only be opened with the included magnetic wood geode. The drawers are lined with black leather bottoms and feature Blum soft close drawer slides. The lockable stow area is perfect for a laptop, iPad or even whiskey when you want to secure it. Woolsey even added a magnetic power block with 2 power sockets and 4 USB ports that can be attached anywhere on the steel frame. We can actually picture a secret agent using this desk.

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