A perfect footrest can help prevent blood pooling in the legs, improve circulation, and make your chair more comfortable, but is it any use with a standing desk? Read through our footrest reviews to see which one is the best for both sitting and standing.
HOVR Under Desk Foot Swing Review
Do you see a footrest as nothing more than a comfort-enhancing sitting enabler? There is a product that can help you increase your physical activity throughout the day even as you sit. HOVR, an under desk leg swing, designed by a personal trainer and a physician, allows for a free range of motion and keeps your knees and hips limber, relaxed, and active.
We love having this Humanscale footrest around; it's one of the most borrowed items around the testing lab. It’s attractive, slender, and it feels amazing. Yes, we know we’re describing it in romantic terms, and no, we’re not embarrassed about that.
Humanscale FM300 Foot Rocker Review
Humanscale FM300 is a better version of the first foot rocker in the brand's lineup. Its sturdy steel frame is especially notable in comparison to the tubular base in FM100. Though it has its drawbacks and design flaws, the sole massager version of this foot rocker provides the best value for its premium price.
Humanscale FM100 Foot Rocker Review
From the first glance, this is probably the weakest of Humanscale foot machines. Its tubular steel frame appears suspect, which is evidenced by few negative user reviews. It’s in the same price range as the rest of Humanscale’s foot rocker lineup, but we are in doubt about the unit’s performance.
Desk Jockey Office Footrest Review
Desk Jockey Office Footrest is unusual. Made of therapeutic grade memory foam, it brings additional comfort to wherever you're using it. The same quality that gives the product its cushy softness is also its downside, as the cushion has a tendency to compress over time.