A tidy desk is not only easier to manage, it’s also less of a hazard to your health. Twisting and turning to reach documents, or hanging your head to read papers can increase the risk of long-term neck and spinal injury.
A copyholder props documents at a healthier angle of your choice and preferably in line of sight from keyboard to screen. It also allows you to position all of your documents within easy reach. While transcribing notes or referencing documents you can prop your texts up on your document holder close to your computer screen and keyboard.
Handwriting for long periods of time can cause discomfort and pain by placing stress on your neck, wrists, fingers, shoulders and back. The inclined surface of a writing slope provides better support for the shoulder, arm and hand. It also brings the paper closer to you, reducing the temptation to slouch. Our writing boards lead the market in ergonomic, stylish design. Some of them double up as document holders for a neat, organised workstation.
The old days of the wobbly small A4 copyholders positioned to one side are long gone. With the advent of TFT screens, copyholder and writing boards can be properly positioned between the keyboard and the monitor screen, thereby eliminating the need to twist the head. Our New Zealand designed and madeacrylic Datadeskand Cleardeskrange of copyholders provide sizes, angles and ledges to suit everyone. For those wanting to stay with sturdier metal and use a cursor, we offer our Riteawaymetal copyholders with Riteaway cursor. (Cursor also available separately).
Browse and order from our full range of document holders and writing boards displayed below.
Overseas buyers please contact us as below for method of payment and any excess forward and handling cost.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone within New Zealand 0800(OOSCARE)667227 Overseas +64 4 4736620
All prices shown exclude GST and delivery and prices may be subject to change without notice.
Office Ergonomics since 1985 from the specialists at Ooscare Ergonomics.