Djob's levelling screws ensure that the table is always on a stable footing. Since its relaunch in 1998, Djob Table has been further developed to adapt to today's workplaces. Cable holder, cable grommet, tabletop socket and front panel are available as optional extras. The Djob Table is also available with casters: Perfect for flexible home interiors, a mobile workstation or in the meeting room.

Arne Jacobsen designed the Djob Table in 1971 for the offices and meeting rooms of the Danish National Bank. Montana relaunched the table in 1998. With its timeless design, the Djob Table table can be used in many places around the home or in the workplace – as dining table, work desk, meeting table or school desk – or in a lower edition as a coffee table in the sitting room or lounge. The Djob table comes in 26 surface colours. In addition to the wide range of standard sizes, the table can also be ordered in custom measurements.

Montana Møbler A/S is a Danish family-owned company based in Haarby on the island of Funen.