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Today, sitting at work is considered good manners. No wonder that almost every third adult is regularly plagued by back pain. The only thing that helps is to ensure a healthy posture when sitting and to stand up more often. With height-adjustable desks from KAISER+KRAFT both are possible.
After all, a normal desk at the right height is enough, isn't it? The catch: The correct height changes – for example with the type of work or the setting of the office chair.
Also, your employees must remain seated with a conventional desk. With a standing/sitting workstation, they can also process e-mails while standing. Sounds tiring but feels good and is healthy. This is because regular exercise at work stimulates the cardiovascular system and prevents back pain. This allows your employees to concentrate better on their work and have fewer days off. A classic win-win situation.
Manually by crank or electrically. With electric desks, one push of a button is all it takes to adjust the position infinitely. So even spontaneous position changes are no problem. Some desks also have a memory position. In this way you can store several favourite heights – very practical for frequent ups and downs.
Height-adjustability is one consideration. You also have further choices:
The best desk only unfolds its full effect in combination with a good chair. This is why you will find a particularly large selection of chairs in our shop, from industrial stools and anti-fatigue stools to office chairs with castors. Mobile pedestals are especially suitable for storage directly at the height-adjustable desk. Office furniture such as cupboards and shelves offer even more storage space.
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