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ergoCentric Leg Rest
The ergoCentric Leg Rest provides a great way to support your legs and improve blood flow while sitting at work. A memory foam cushion and twin elevation curves offer form-fitting leg support, while the base's dual wheel nylon casters and height-adjustable cylinder help keep the ergoCentric Leg Rest right by your side and at an ideal height.Read More...
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The ergoCentric Leg Rest is available in a wide variety of fabrics to match your other ergoCentric ergonomic office furniture.
The ergoCentric Leg Rest lets you work in a more relaxed position that provides elevated support for the legs, which is ideal for those with leg injuries or who spend long periods of time seated. The unique curved surface creates an ideal support surface for different height and angle requirements, and a "valley" situated between the curves gives your legs unparalleled support.
Features - ergoCentric Leg Rest
- Memory foam cushion with two elevation curves provides soft, pressure-dispersing resting surface
- Ring-type height adjustment and 360° swiveling base allows for easy repositioning
- Glass reinforced nylon base with dual-wheel nylon casters included
- Ships fully assembled
ergoCentric Leg Rest Specifications
|Dimensions||21'' W x 17.5'' D x 15.25'' - 18'' H|
|Weight capacity||280 lbs|
|Assembly||Ships fully assembled|
Professor Ergo's Thoughts:
The ergoCentric Leg Rest is the perfect companion to an ergonomic office chair, providing a soft, supportive place to elevate and relax your legs. The leg rest is covered in a plush memory foam cushion, and the glass reinforced nylon base allows for quick and easy positioning with height and pivot adjustment. This is a great option for those looking to improve blood flow in their legs, but want something more maneuverable than a standard foot rest.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Durable and Comfortable Leg Rest. Slightly Awkward at Height Adjustment.
October 11, 2015
I purchased the leg rest to go with my Ergohuman chair, and together they are comfortable enough for me to work at my desk for the whole day. I am a programmer, and often have to spend more than twelve hours at a stretch in front of the computer. This leg rest in combination with a reclining chair such as the Ergohuman allows me to lie back with my feet propped up during extended coding sessions. It is even comfortable enough for napping! The build quality is excellent. The fabric is simple and sturdy, and the body is durably made. Under normal usage conditions, I can see this leg rest easily lasting for more than a decade of daily use. The reason I gave the chair four instead of five stars was the choice to use a weight activated height adjustment function. Mechanically it functions identically to many office chairs. When you pull the lever the leg rest rises, and when you apply sufficient weight and pull the lever the leg rest falls. However, while this is a fine design for a chair, it is pretty awkward for a leg rest; because you do not typically sit on your leg rest! Thus if my leg rest is too high, I have to get off of my chair, then sit on the leg rest in order to apply enough weight to make the leg rest fall. This makes height adjustment rather awkward.