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.
Top Standing Mat Reviews
Searching for the right anti-fatigue mat for your standing desk brings forth a daunting paradox of choice. They come in all sizes, colors, and quality of construction. Having analyzed many and written more fully-detailed product reviews on various standing mat offerings than any other expert review site, our simple advice to the reader is this: First figure out what quality level best suits your needs, then narrow down your choice of size, color, and shape. Read our full guide on anti-fatigue floor mats to choose the best standing desk mat for your office.
Top Rocker Board Reviews
Rocker boards are widely used in fitness and physical therapy. They come in smaller sizes than the office balance boards and provide a greater level of instability, making for great tools of physical therapy and fitness conditioning. If you want to add more challenge to your workout, these rocker boards are worth to look into.
Uprise Adjustable Height Stand Up Desk Review
Ergoprise’s Uprise Standing Desk is a solid, mid-tier desk that stands at the crossroads of function and affordability. A quiet, sturdy base and a variety of table tops - including premium bamboo and hardwood - make this an attractive option for both standing-desk and treadmill-desk users.
Humanscale Float Table Stand Up Desk Review
There's something almost seductive about a Float table. Innovative counterbalance technology makes these desks fast, easy adjusters. While Humanscale had some growing pains first bringing this desk to market, they appear to have thoroughly resolved their packaging and shipping issues; prompting us to re-instate the Float Table's four star ranking.
iMovR Elite Standing Desk Review
Not only is the Elite a top of the line desk for a one-man walkstation, it’s also our first choice for shared “hotdesk” style treadmill desks. Incredibly quiet motors ensure that frequent desk adjustments won’t bother coworkers. Some desks (lookin’ at you, Mod-E) sound a bit like a coffee grinder with pebbles in it while operating. The Elite barely even registered on our decibel meter during testing, spiking at ~46dB while lifting and 42dB during descent, right in the range of typical ambient office noise or very low whispers. Elite Waterfall Edge & Power Console An advanced digital hand controller also helps. Instead of the standard up/down controls we see on most electric desk lines, [...]