Colebrook Bosson Saunders

So much more than a choice between a conventional desk and a standing desk. You don’t need to decide if you would have a standing desk converter atop your old table or if you should go for a separate powered standing desk that can also suit your seated position. Colebrook Bosson Sauders have a few monitor arms that are transforming the contemporary workstation. While the world has made steadfast progress in various realms of technology and has we are now a much more learned race than ever before, not much has happened to revolutionize the modern workstation. People are still slouching and couching, sitting for prolonged hours and dealing with a plethora of musculoskeletal problems. The monitor arms can be just the remedy we need to solve a substantial part of what are our sedentary lifestyles.


Ergonomic monitor arms solutions by Colebrook Bosson Saunders

Colebrook Bosson Saunders has Ollin, Flo Single, Flo Dual, Flo Plus, Ollin Dual, Flo Plus Dual, Flo Modular, Flo Modular Triple, Rodney, Daisybone, Wishbone, Laptop Mount, Wishbone Dual Bar and Wishbone Plus. All these are essentially monitor arms. These monitor arms can replace the conventional monitor stands. You don’t need to hook up a monitor on the wall or at the back of your cubicle and you definitely don’t have to be limited to prevailing designs avoiding compulsions. The series of monitor arms allows you to choose any design that suits your needs. There are fitting arms for desktops and laptops, touch screen notebooks and larger screens that can double up as your source of entertainment. You can go for a single arm design or have multiple arms. You can settle for a traditional design to host your screen at a desirable height and distance or you can go for modular designs that allow fascinating freedom.

The most striking feature of the monitor arms of Colebrook Bosson Saunders is not the design. The aesthetics cannot be ignored and the engineering deserves appreciation. For the millions of ordinary professionals, it is what the design does that matters. The sheer ergonomics of the monitor arms, and the maneuvers actually empower everyone who has a desk job to be truly free from the clutches of that uncomfortable chair and the limited cubicle. You can adjust the monitor arms to a desired height or can tilt the screen, bring it forward and push it back, bring it forward again or tilt it up. You can as well stand and work or even push it left, right and up or down to find the perfect position.


About contemporary ways of working in an office

Not every job demands a person that types thousands of words or multiple lines of codes. Not every job demands a person to draw with their hand. What every job demands is a predefined approach. You can sit and work, stand and work or walk around, but the workstation remains what it is. Monitor arms are changing the very concept of a modern workstation. The fact that laptops and notebooks as well as desktop monitors have touch screen interfaces, is today most dearly accepted by Colebrook Bosson Saunders. There is no other way you can work conveniently on touch screens than using a monitor arm to bring the device forward, and at a level where you would usually keep a notepad or perhaps your blank canvas. You can of course revert to the traditional pose when you have to do some old school computing.

Colebrook Bosson Saunders has an inventory that effectively makes the monitor arms relevant for everyone. There is a plethora of varying specifications that helps you find the right design with appropriate weight threshold and with the sufficient physical maneuvers so you can find the most convenient position for the screen and the ideal posture for yourself.