How do you beat GRAVITY - something that's been around for at least 15 billion years at your workplace?
Option A: you move your workplace to the ISS. There’s no gravity at the International Space Station so you forget about your lumbar problems altogether
Option B: you learn how to work with gravity
The core idea behind the LEVUS workstation is to create a work environment by reducing vertical pressure on the lower back and distributing your body weight horizontally. With variable lumbar support slates you can set the level and intensity according to your individual physiology. With LEVUS the gravity is pulling you into a correct posture and is essentially working for you – not against you, like with sitting in regular chair, standing desk or a fitness ball.
We are bringing the comfort of a sunbed into the office. The problem with sunbeds is that they were not made for work and are missing essential workplace attributes like external monitors or laptop mounts - something we took care of when creating the LEVUS workstation. So unless your workplace can be moved into open space, orbiting the Earth at 27.600 km/h, I suggest you get yourself a LEVUS zero gravity workstation.
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