Are you often in a bent posture when working with documents? This posture is provoked by the position of your paper or binder on the desk.
With a binder next to your keyboard, you will be sitting in an unnatural posture without realizing, with your head often having to turn. Paper in front of your keyboard provokes a curved posture. Your head has to make big movements to switch between screen and documents. Both postures can cause complaints to the back, neck and shoulders. With a document holder you can place your documents in an elevated position between keyboard and screen. This setup will unconsciously encourage you to work in an upright posture. And the greater the angle of inclination of the document holder, the straighter you’ll sit. By placing the keyboard, documents and screen in one straight line, you will avoid unnecessary twisting. Do you have to take notes often? Then a document holder and lectern in 1 like the Read2Write is the ideal solution!
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Stimulates a straight working posture
Because you bring the paper to your eyes with a document holder, you will automatically assume a straight working posture.
From reading to writing in 1 movement
The Read2Write and Go Flex are easy to transform into a lectern by pulling the document holder over the keyboard towards you. By bringing the work to you, you avoid a stooped posture. The soft foam wrist support prevents pressure on the wrists while writing.
The Read2Write has a unique design. It consists of an ultra-thin aluminium frame with a thin sheet of oak or matt acrylic.
The Go Flex has a quick angle adjustment in 12 positions. With only 1 hand you can adjust this document holder upwards. The ergonomic design has made the Go Flex the winner of the Fira Ergonomic Excellence Award 2016.
Suitable for books and binders
The Go Read is also suitable for books and large binders due to its raised edge of 25 mm high.
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