Foot Machine FM300 by Humanscale
A simple, ergonomic solution for those who stay seated for hours at a time. The FM300 uses a gentle rocking motion to provide the lower legs with exercise, thus increasing circulation throughout the lower extremities. Also serves as a footrest to support the lower back.
- 3" height adjustment for custom positioning
- Non-skid inset pads to keep feet in place
- Rubber feet to protect flooring
- Solid hardwood platform with steel frame
- Lifetime warranty included
According to multiple studies, 70% of all women and 40% of all men suffer from health issues related to swelling in the lower limbs- the result of hours upon hours of inactive seating. These issues can range from blood clots and varicose veins to pressure on the Achilles tendon.
The gentle, ergonomic rocking motion that foot machines and foot rests provide encourages users to move their feet while seated. This rocking motion increases circulation, stimulates the lower leg muscles, and provides lumbar support. Studies have shown that those who use foot machines as ergonomic tools experince significantly less foot and lower leg swelling than those without a foot machine.
Materials & MeasurementsMaterials:
Solid hardwood platform, steel frame, phenolic side supports, rubber pages, and plastic knobs
Overall: 3.75" - 6.75" h x 16" w x 11.9" d
About the Manufacturer
|Humanscale's focus since its inception in 1982 has been providing outstanding ergonomic seating and accessories for the home and the office. Their products, which range from task chairs to keyboard trays to CPU holders, are all geared towards making life simpler, easier, and healthier for anyone who works at a desk. Widely recognized for their line of office seating, Humanscale has done much to advance design in some newer product areas- namely in computer and office accessories such as monitor arms, foot machines, and the ergonomic computer mouse. Winner of numerous design awards, Humanscale continues to deliver groundbreaking office tools that combine simplicity, aesthetics, and ergonomics.|