Extra Small Mobile Standing Desk - Dynamisk Skoot
In stock - available for next day delivery
The SKOOT is the answer for your lack of space, prove the benefits of a standing desk, whilst being able to fit it into a small area and wheel out of the way when not required.
At a glance.....
Top size of 800x600mm or 900 x 600mm.
17 Desk top finishes available, an extra option of a ply edge is available, please contact us if you interested in this.
3 frame colours
4 Optional castor wheels included
Height range 695mm - 1355mm
Weight limit 60Kg
Quality Swedish engineering with a 5yr manufacturers warranty
Available for free next day delivery (if ordered by 11am)
Desks are delivered flat packed for easy assembly
Dynamisk is the Swedish word for dynamic meaning "characterised by constant change, activity or progress."
Dynamisk Skoot is a high quality height adjustable sit stand extra small desk, manufactured in Sweden from top grade steel.
This stand up electric desk features soft touch operation, and uses a quiet mono-motor system to ensure that the operator can work at the height that is best suited to them, helping to alleviate the symptoms of back pain, or simply keeping fit!
At only 800mm x 600mm or 900 x 600mm and mobile, but still available in 3 frames and 17 top finishes this is an all round winner.
The Dynamisk Skoot also comes with a free no-quibble 5 year manufacturers guarantee- meaning that you can be confident of getting a top quality world class product!
FREE NEXTDAY DELIVERY to mainland UK!
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Sit-stand desks, also known as height-adjustable desks, offer a range of advantages for individuals who spend a significant amount of time working at a desk. Here are some of the benefits:
Reduced Sedentary Behavior: One of the main advantages is that sit-stand desks allow users to alternate between sitting and standing positions. This helps reduce prolonged periods of sitting, which is associated with various health risks, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, and musculoskeletal issues.
Improved Posture: Standing at a desk encourages better posture compared to sitting for extended periods. It can help alleviate strain on the lower back and neck, reducing the risk of developing musculoskeletal problems.
Increased Energy and Productivity: Some users report feeling more energized and alert when they alternate between sitting and standing throughout the day. This can positively impact productivity and concentration levels.
Enhanced Circulation: Standing promotes better blood circulation, which can prevent issues like swollen ankles and feet. Improved circulation also contributes to overall cardiovascular health.
Flexibility and Customization: Sit-stand desks are adjustable, allowing users to find the most comfortable and ergonomic working positions. This adaptability accommodates various body types and preferences.
Back Pain Relief: Many individuals experience relief from chronic back pain when using sit-stand desks. Alternating between sitting and standing can reduce pressure on the spine and alleviate discomfort.
Weight Management: Standing burns more calories than sitting. While the difference may be modest, over time, it can contribute to weight management and better overall health.
Reduction in Health Risks: Prolonged sitting has been linked to an increased risk of several health issues, including obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Using a sit-stand desk helps mitigate these risks by promoting a more active and dynamic work environment.
Better Focus and Engagement: Some users find that standing while working helps them stay more engaged and focused on tasks. This increased alertness can positively impact work performance.
Employee Well-being and Satisfaction: Employers investing in ergonomic solutions like sit-stand desks demonstrate a commitment to the well-being of their employees. This can contribute to higher job satisfaction and potentially lower rates of absenteeism.