Document Holder
by Humanscale

Document Holder by Humanscale

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Document Holder

The workspace document holder encourages low risk body posture while reading or inputting documents which minimizes neck, upper back and shoulder stress. The document holder easily slides away when not in use. It puts the document in the same vertical plane as the monitor, reducing eye movement and refocusing, thereby minimizing eye strain. In-line position maximizes data input speed.

This stylish modern desk completes any home office. Get yours right away — ships free in 10 days.

Humanscale® Workspace Document Holder

  • Angle adjustment from 27° to 57°
  • Includes magnifying line guide — essential for small text
  • Easily holds heavy documents or books
  • Powder coated steel construction is virtually indestructible
  • Protected by 5 year warranty against product breakage
  • Material: Steel
  • Weight: 10 lbs

About Humanscale

Humanscale was founded in 1983 with a mission to develop high-performance ergonomic office tools that would solve functional problems as straightforwardly and gracefully as possible. Beginning with its first product — an anti-glare filter that improved the visibility of monochrome monitors in the early 1980s — the company has methodically designed some of the most innovative products in the industry. In the late 1990s, Humanscale made a significant mark with its introduction of high-performance articulating keyboard systems, offering effortless one-touch adjustability while eliminating the knee-clearance issues associated with competing solutions. Today, the company is still the leader in that product category.

In 1999, Humanscale turned heads in the contract furniture industry with the introduction of the Freedom chair, designed by ergonomics pioneer Niels Diffrient. Combining unprecedented functionality with minimal manual controls, the chair broke new ground by utilizing dynamic mechanisms that respond to the requirements of each individual user automatically. Since its introduction in 1999, Freedom has won 10 international design awards and has been featured in virtually every major design publication.

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