Having a productive and comfortable space to work from shouldn't mean compromising on aesthetics.
The I-Spire Series from Fellowes, is a range of modern office accessories. The clean lines, cool tones and minimalist look of the I-Spire products incorporate the latest design trends, yet are functional and have been designed with maximum comfort and productivity in mind.
Did you know that leaning forward and tilting your head up or down to see your monitor screen can place strain on your neck and back?
The I- Spire Series Monitor Lift raises your monitor up off your desktop to eye-level and positions your screen at a more comfortable viewing height, reducing the strain placed on your shoulders neck and eyes.
As an added benefit, you can even store things under the Monitor Lift itself, helping to keep your desk tidier and can be easily carried from one location to another.
The monitor lift can support monitors up to 11kg in weight.
Does your home office look dated? Is it in need of some much needed home office inspiration? With around 25%¹ of us now working from home, our home offices now play an increasingly important role in our lives, yet they are often overlooked.
Fellowes understands your home office is your sanctuary. It is a place where you can work productively in peace and quiet, be creative and generate ideas. Most of us will spend long hours working from our offices so from a design and comfort point of view, it should be just as important if not more so than the rest of your home, reflecting personal style preferences and tastes.
Since 1917 Fellowes have been manufacturing quality office products. Since then the business has evolved and is now a global manufacturer of business machines, records storage solutions and technology accessories, enabling people to work with greater security, organisation and productivity. Fellowes is committed to delivering superior quality and comfort to homes and businesses around the world, which is why consumers continue to trust and believe in the brand and the products.
¹Fellowes commissioned research - Dynamic Markets 2012