I’ve discovered that adding limited, quality, and innovative products to my desk setup can help me in achieving my productivity goals! The desk accessories you place on your desk are an integral part of your home/corporate office. Colebrook Bosson Saunders recently designed an innovative and ergonomic single monitor arm called the Flo X – which would make for a great desk accessory. Designed to hold 43-inch screens and provide “the perfect ergonomic position in seconds”, the Flo X is the latest version of Colebrook Bosson Saunders monitor arms. It was designed to raise and elevate not only computer monitors but laptops and tablets as well.
Designer: Colebrook Bosson Saunders
The monitor arm can hold a variety of screens that weigh up to 18 kilograms. It has a simple, subtle, and monochrome appearance, which allows it to harmoniously merge with any kind of desk it is placed on. “We set about designing the seemingly impossible,” said Colebrook Bosson Saunders. “A single monitor arm that could mount the growing variety of screen types, sizes and the wide range of weights necessary in the workplace of today and tomorrow.”
The Flo X has been designed specifically to hold and support larger screens, however, it can provide support to lighter screens as well, which weigh a minimum of three kilograms. This is a great feature since nowadays people are preferring light screens over heavier ones. This makes Flo X a pretty adaptable design with “future flexibility”. It also features an in-built D-ring mechanism which enables it to raise curved as well as wider screens. “[This is] all while still being able to easily adjust and tilt so you can find the perfect ergonomic position in seconds,” said Colebrook Bosson Saunders.
Flo X’s unique dual spring technology allows it to accommodate and support a wide range of screens, so you can swiftly and efficiently adjust the arm, irrespective of the number of screens it is holding in one go. “Flo X has been specifically designed to fine-tune the position of a large 43-inch screen,” said Colebrook Bosson Saunders. “Ensuring that users can easily move it to a perfect position.” It was also designed to combat “the dreaded droop”, where monitor arms are unable to handle the dimensions or weight of certain screens.