The ergonomic benefits of footrests include relieving pressure on the lower back and legs, improving circulation, and helping maintain an ergonomic posture while sitting and standing. To keep your feet flat while sitting, place the footrest in front of your chair and adjust its height and angle until your feet rest flat and your knees are at a 90 degree angle.
While working at a standing desk, use a footrest to stagger your feet and help reduce lower back pain. Place one foot on the footrest and one foot flat on the ground, and then swap your feet occasionally. The Workrite 230 has an anti-slip coating to help reduce the likelihood that your feet will slide off of the footrest.
Adjust the height of your footrest in 0.75" increments up to 15" off of the floor. With 8 degrees of forward tilt, and 25 degrees of backward tilt, place your feet on the footrest's wide 23" x 11" platform to keep your blood flowing. Footrests also avoid pinched nerves by discouraging you from sitting with legs tucked under you or your chair.
This heavy duty footrest comes in black, and works well in a variety of work environments including warehouse, business, and home office. The heavier frame of the 230 keeps the footrest stable under your desk.
Height and angle adjustable for maximum comfort
Metal platform measures 23" W × 11" D, can be adjusted from 6" - 15" above the floor in 0.75" increments
Available in black only
|Platform Size||23" W × 11" D|
|Height Adjustment||6" - 15" above the floor in 0.75" increments|