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AR Ergorest Std
A Standard Arm Support for the forearms to prevent neck and shoulder pain.
Ergorest is a movable arm support that is ergonomically designed to provide support for the forearm and relieve muscle strain and tension from neck and shoulder area.
Ergorest Forearm Support can help relieve muscle fatigue, tingling and numbness caused by RSI, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and WRULDS.
This product is no longer in stock
Availability date: 01/03/2013
Prices quoted are ex VAT
Ideal solutions for someone with arthritis and those who need constant forearm support while they work.
Winner of the Tylenol Arthritis Foundation Design Award.
Quality workmanship, makes the ErgoRest a once in a lifetime purchase!
Smooth, fluid like motion gives you the support you need for work or play.
A sturdy light weight arm support the Ergorest is ergonomically designed to aleviate and prevent arm pain.
An ideal arm support for those whoes job requires them to hold their arm in an uncomfortable position for long periods of time.
Ambidexterous: Suitable for left and right hand users
Standard clamp fits desks: 15 - 43mm.
Soft leather pad cradles your arm.
Clamps on to your work table / desk.
No tools required. A joy to use!
Adjustable for a personal fit.
Use with the optional mouse pad, alone or in pairs.
ESD Arm Support Models are also available.
" I have just been using the ergorest with the mouse pad and the standard ergorest for a few weeks now and they have made such a difference to me. I have arthtitis and I spend alot of my day typing. Now I know I will be able to continue to work long into the future. Thank you."
"The ergorest has helped my student greatly. She has a muscular problem and the support she gets with the ergorest allows her work independently."
|Armrests really helps with neck and shoulder pain.|
|Niamh S. on 20/03/2017||I can't believe the difference these arm supports have made to my neck and shoulder pain. The basically take all the pressure off your neck and shoulder when tyoing and other office work.|
|Great job for shoulder pain but you need the pair|
|Louise C. on 15/09/2015||Make sure you buy two. I bought one and it helped with my right shoulder loads but then I found I was leaning to my right all the time. Got the second and now it's perfect.|
|Couldn't recommend them more|
|Jacob B. on 09/12/2016||Work does affect my shoulder pain anymore. They're like armrests but they move with your arm. I was out of work for 4 months and now, I literally couldn't work with out them!|
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