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Expanding workplace functionality with the new Adapt SpaceArm

by on Jun 21, 2016 in Perspective Promotions , Products
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A new gas-lift system called Adapt SpaceArm allows designers to create adjustable furniture that meets their clients’ needs

Adapt SpaceArm comes from a UK-based firm that specialises in ergonomic design systems and has been designed to integrate – aesthetically and functionally – into any furniture system or application.

The patented gas-lift system gives easy height adjustment to ensure that items such as computer monitors can be positioned at the correct ergonomic height for the user. Adapt SpaceArm is a perfect choice for professional specifiers and users who are looking for quality manufacturing, style, ergonomics and cost-effective upgradable flexibility.

Available in three sizes – 1-4.5kg for lightweight monitors, (3.5-9kg) for standard and  (7-14kg) for the heaviest of duties – Adapt SpaceArm is now available in Hong Kong!

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