Many of us spend 40 hours a week at our desks, and even more time on our computers at home. Aside from posture issues, our work environments can contribute to other surprising ailments as well. Spending so much time on the computer and on my phone has actually caused me to develop carpal tunnel, which makes typing hurt from time to time. My eyes are also super sensitive, and staring at bright screens only makes them worse, so I’ve started wearing glasses that block blue light to protect them.
If you’re also experiencing discomfort from sitting at your desk, making small additions to your workspace — like standing desks, the right chair, or even a laptop stand — can help make your desk feel like a place you want to be.
This unique hammock design replaces that extra chair you use to prop your feet up. The foot rest is a desk hammock designed specifically for resting your feet. It hooks onto either side of any desk with two metallic clips. You can adjust the length of the the rope from 200 mm to 450 mm.
One giant leap for smartphone stands.
Using a unique inter-folding process, the Paper Clinch fastens paper without the use of staples. You’ll never have to worry about running out of staples again!
The most disciplined of his highness’ servants, this Executive Knight Pen Holder holds a perpetual knee and a perpetual bow along with your writing (or smoking) instrument of choice. He also comes with a pen, so if you share the medieval man of valor’s taste I guess you can just use that one too.