Monitor arms let you move and position your screen setup to the spot most comfortable for your eyes, neck, back, and entire body. Monitors that are positioned too far away from your eyes cause your neck to extend forward as your eyes get closer to read the screen. Achieve better ergonomics with a tilting, panning, rotating, and height-adjusting monitor arm.
A crucial part of an ergonomic workstation is a keyboard tray. They allow you to type and mouse in an ergonomically correct posture with the keyboard located just above lap height. Add a track spacer to your setup so you can stow your tray completely under your desk, saving precious space and cleaning up the look in your work area.
We talk a lot about the tenets of ergonomics and standing at work, but standing for too long isn't ideal for anyone. It's okay to take a seat from time to time. Sitting in the right ergonomic chair increases focus, gives your muscles a break, and takes pressure off your knees. Science says the ideal sit-stand ratio is roughly 1:3. Sitting for a quarter hour each hour lets you reap health benefits you wouldn't receive by standing alone.
Supportive to the core, our Standing Desk Mat with Heel Grab takes the pressure off - your body, that is. When you evolve to a sit-stand lifestyle, don't forget support at the feet. Anti-slip, beveled around the edges, and a gel foam core interior make this product a supremely supportive cushion to keep you in good standing.
Each V2 and V2-Commercial desk frame comes with 48 patent-pending mounting points (88 for 3-leg frames). Install accessories like the Foot Hammock, Desk Extension, CPU Holder, and Under-Desk Hammock (not compatible with V2-Commercial Frame).