Relax Foot Rest

RELAX1
Price £60.00 (Ex VAT) Quantity
 

Summary

The Relax Foot Rest is fully adjustable in both height and inclination, with a flexible height range (40mm-150mm at the front and 70mm-210mm at the back) and a large platform. It provides support and comfort for those who struggle to touch the ground properly when sat, and it also has a removable insert, revealing a compartment in which to place a dictation pedal.

Fully adjustable in both height and inclination with a removable insert for a dictation pedal.

Description

  • Sturdy foot rest manufactured in polystyrol plastic.
  • Fully adjustable in both height and inclination.
  • Removable insert for dictation pedal.
  • Insert size: 220mm x 120mm x 20mm.

Features

Part Number

RELAX1

Instant Height Adjustment (Y/N)

N

Angle Adjustable (Y/N)

Y

Non-Slip Surface (Y/N)

Y

ESD Version (Y/N)

N

Specification

Part Number 

RELAX1

Dimensions (H x W x L mm)

70x350x540

Weight (kg)

2.7

Material

Plastic

Type (Foot Rest/Leg Support)

Foot Rest

Height Adjustable Range (mm)

120

Front Height Minimum (mm)

50

Front Height Maximum (mm)

150

Rear Height Minimum (mm)

70

Rear Height Maximum (mm)

210

Static (Y/N)

Y

Dictation Pedal Recess (Y/N)

Y

What our customers say

"Have tried a couple of other mice, looking for a vertical alignment. Some too big, or too small, or too heavy but this is so adaptable with changing angles and thumb position, I thought it would be a good one to try. Have had it a week, and having simply plugged it in (to my Mac), I have have found it really easy to use. I managed to adapt it to my needs with big hands, and need to lift and scroll (for CAD work) - so although the easing of the RSI situation will only be none in the long run (I'm not ready to stop work!), I am well satisfied."

Anonymous on the Contour Unimouse

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