With the increasing awareness of the need to stand up while your working, electric height adjustable workstations are the perfect solution
Rapidline Boost Electric Height Adjustable Worktation, stand alone, height adjustable workstations feature dual motors with a memory controller with 3 presets and sedentary alert for ease of use and a built in anti collision mechanism for safety
Developed from ideas put forward by Prof A.C. Mandal that it was easier to maintain the natural curve of the spine in a kneeling seat rather than a traditional 90 degree sitting profile, the concept of kneeling seats has had a loyal following for years
The Dyna Stool is comfortable and uniquely designed stool, it promotes 'active sitting', encouraging movement and flexibility for standing/sitting postures
The Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse sets new standards of protection against a range of upper limb conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) by enabling right and left hands to share the workload and avoiding exaggerated movements of the wrist joint that can increase pressure on the soft tissues in the carpal tunnel. Regular switching of hands throughout the day helps prevent static muscle strain (SMS) in the arm and shoulder - a major source of discomfort in mouse work
Despite the low cost, Gladius arms offer a full range of ergonomic adjustment and a large gas-lift counterbalance range of monitor weights ( 2 to 9 kgs) making this the obvious choice for large scale office fitouts, especially those with multiple monitor types. Gladius arms allow mounting of monitors with 75mm or 100mm VESA hole centres
Whatever type of Home Office you have we can help lift your game!
If you're new to working from home, or upgrading your work office, you can access a wide range of products to help keep you comfortable and ergonomically sound. This not only reduces your chance of injury but also increases productivity and keeps you focused. A good chair, sit stand desk, well designed computer peripherals, all help keep your work space ergonomically correct. Apart from correct tools, consider these four areas to improve your time in the office.
- Head and Neck: To keep your neck, shoulders, and back free from injury, your head should be vertical to your neck, don’t lean forward or back, focus on keeping your eyes on the monitor with shoulders back and head level.
- Hand and Wrist Position: Your hands and wrists should be in a neutral posture, similar to your head. Make sure your desk is the correct height and use good ergonomic keyboards, wrist rests, etc
- Seated Posture and Back Support: Find a posture that allows you to see the screen while sitting back in a way that provides lower back support, using a good chair, footrest and well adjusted desk and chair.
- Behavior: Make sure you take short breaks often, use a sit stand desk and change your posture from seated, to slightly inclined, to fully standing at the desk at various times during the workday