Wellbeing & Safety 29 Accessories not included Advantages of Microban® Protection Microban antimicrobial protection inhibits the growth of odour and stain causing bacteria on the product surface to help keep the product cleaner. RELIEVE NECK STRAIN Accessories not included THE HABIT THE PROBLEM THE SOLUTION Accessories not included FELLOWES - CRYSTALS GEL WRIST SUPPORTS Provides soothing support while redistributing pressure points. Stylish transparent gel adds colour to your workspace. •• Code Description Quantity FL91141 A - Mouse Pad Wrist Support Each FL91137 B - Keyboard Wrist Support Each A B FELLOWES - MEMORY FOAM WRIST SUPPORTS Soft foam cushion for maximum support. Redistributes pressure points to ensure proper hand position. •• Code Description Quantity FL9175801 A - Mouse Pad Wrist Support Each FL9178201 B - Keyboard Wrist Support Each B A FELLOWES - HEALTH-V GLIDING PALM SUPPORT Parented Health-V channels. Relieves pressure on the wrists median nerve to help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome. It glides with the mouse to encourage healthy, natural movement. ••• Code Description Colour Quantity FL9180601 Gliding Palm Support Blue Each FELLOWES - BASIC MONITOR RISER Efficiently organises monitor & power cables. Lower shelf for storage. Height adjustable with 3 positions 75mm-110mm. ••• Code Description Quantity FL91456 Basic Monitor Riser Each FELLOWES - COMPACT TFT/LCD MONITOR RISER Unique height adjustability with 3 fixed height positions 76mm-114mm. Platform rotates 45° to assist with shared viewing. •• Code Description Quantity FL9145001 Compact TFT/LCD Monitor Riser Each FELLOWES - SMART SUITES MONITOR RISER PLUS Three different height positions, 100mm, 115mm & 130mm. Includes letter tray & two accessory pods for additional storage space. Accessories not included •• Code Description Quantity FL8020801 Monitor Riser Plus Each FELLOWES - PREMIUM MONITOR RISER PLUS Height adjustable with 5 positions. 64mm - 165mm. •• Code Description Quantity FL9169501 Monitor Riser Plus Each Accessories not included Only available in Graphite Leaning forward and tilting your head up or down to see your computer screen can place strain on your neck and back.
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