Author Archives: stevecarlyle

About stevecarlyle

Presently carrying out workstation risk assessments around Edinburgh in Scotland for DSE Ergonomics Ltd, I also advise on and supply ergonomic office products. I have a number of great clients that regularly use our services and a few can be seen on the referrals page of our website (see Blogroll link attached). If you need further information on any products just send an email to steven@dseergonomics.co.uk

The Active Ultra FL01 Chair, this looks good!

Great looking lines, adjustable lumbar support, the base is raised to allow for a longer gas height adjustment to fit more people correctly. Arms adjustable in height, width and depth – that’s ergonomic. How much? from £277.00 + vat

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

An excellent chair for a lesser budget. Our contract range task seating.

Our high back CO3 chair. Still available with all the ergonomic options such as seat slider, adjustable arms. lumbar pump adjustment and many more. The difference is the price: How much ? from £108.00 + vat

Posted in ergonomic chairs | Leave a comment

The Evoluent Mouse. The natural way to work at a computer.

The vertical position of your hand makes using this mouse very comfortable for people who work intensively on a computer.It’s a great help, for example, for users with arm, wrist and shoulder problems as the hand is allowed to remain … Continue reading

Posted in Touchpads | Leave a comment

Laptop stand. Everyone loves their laptops but it’s very important to use them correctly.

Aluminium Portable Laptop Stand Ergonomic design constructed of aluminium material. Folds flat for easy storage and travel Built-in swivel base for easy viewing angle adjustment Rises laptop up to 16 cms (6.3″) offering laptop great dissipation Includes neoprene travel bag … Continue reading

Posted in Laptop stands | Leave a comment

Document holders allow you to work with your head not having to tilt down. An easier working day.

C12 Fellowes docoment holder. This plastic, freestanding copyholder is suitable for documents or books and has nine angle adjustment positions. Two page-holders allow books to be held open. The device folds flat when not in use and can be clipped … Continue reading

Posted in Document holders | Leave a comment

Seat wegdes are are neat way to correct poor seat design.

One has a cut out for the coccyx. They have an 8 degree seat wedge. It can correct poor seat design or provide a forward tilt when sitting. Produced using cold-moulded memory foam for added comfort and support. 360 x 360 … Continue reading

Posted in Seat wedges | Leave a comment

You can’t just hang your legs off the seat front, it will be painful! The answer – a footrest.

Our most popular footrest (possibly due to its price!) The FR13. Height adjustable, raises and tilts for comfort and support. It adjusts to three different heights with the touch of your foot. Surface tread offers great base for a foot … Continue reading

Posted in Footrests | Leave a comment

This is a nice attractive ergonomic way to get the screen to the correct position.

   Durable polished aluminium construction. Sleek and streamlined, the LX frees up space and allows positioning of your display for greater productivity. Reposition your LCD with just a touch. Up, down, forward, back. The LX provides an unparalleled range of motion. Monitor … Continue reading

Posted in Screen Monitor Arms | Leave a comment

Our most popular chair – the DSE Active 5 range

A great all-rounder AND at an easily affordable price. Adjustable ; arms, seat height and depth, back height and angle, lumbar support to create those ideal ergonomic postures!

Posted in Ergonomic Seating | Leave a comment

If the screen is at the wrong height your neck muscles will pay the price.

This Corner Monitor stand offers all the advantages of simplicity and a low price. Saves desk space. A robust platform comes complete with three sets if interlocking blocks which allow height adjustment from 25mm to 122mm I like these, they … Continue reading

Posted in Screen height raisers | Leave a comment