Product Radar – Filex Galaxy Monitor Arm

July 28, 2022

This update was originally emailed as a Product Radar posting on 28/07/2022. You can register here to receive them directly by email.

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premium-office-dual-modular-premium-office-dual-modular-1619790032 (2)The Filex Galaxy Modular Dual is designed for use with two monitors. It is part of a multi-purpose family of arms that can be extended and configured for up to 6 or 8 monitors if required. All variants allow independent adjustment of each screen including height, depth and viewing angle to ensure correct workstation set-up. A desk clamp and integral cable management are included to ensure a neat workspace. The contemporary, modular design enables adaptation for use with various configurations, such as single or double monitor, monitor plus laptop (additional laptop plate required). Changes can be made retrospectively if required. The Filex Galaxy Modular Dual is made from sustainable materials and is 100% recyclable.


Features & Benefits 

  • Three pivot points on the arm, combined with the VESA mount, allow the screen to tilt, rotate and turn.
  • Desk clamp and built-in cable management are included.
  • The integrated rotation stop ensures a desk can be placed against a wall or other desk (back-to-back) without the arms snagging.
  • The modular system provides the opportunity to extend and adapt the configuration easily for more than 2 monitors.

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Product Radar – Freestander Sit-Stand Adapter

July 22, 2022

This update was originally emailed as a Product Radar posting on 22/07/2022. You can register here to receive them directly by email.

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810_5116Suitable for any work or home environment, this sit-stand adaptor is lightweight and easy to move, yet well-constructed and stable. It can be configured in a matter of moments, has a detachable keyboard tray and is easy to use with a single height adjustment lever. It accommodates a monitor and laptop (or dual screens), as well as a full size keyboard and mouse. Use of an optional monitor arm will free up workspace.


Features & Benefits 

  • No tools required for setup
  • Extremely stable
  • Fits within dimensions of existing work surface
  • Detachable keyboard tray
  • Easy, single lever height adjustment
  • Converts existing work surface to a sit-stand workstation
  • Suitable for single or dual screens
  • Optional monitor arm available.

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Osmond Ergonomics eBulletin July 2022

July 13, 2022

This article was originally emailed as issue 152 of our monthly eBulletin at 11:30 on 13/07/2022. You can register here to receive them monthly.

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We had been looking forward to this and our first event on July 12th went even better than expected. I say ‘first event’ because we are already planning the next – we have a substantial waiting list of people who could not attend this one. We have not yet set the date but it will be after the summer. Watch out for further information here and through social media or email me now to make sure you are one of the first to have access to registration. I suppose we shall have to think of a new name, though – if we have already done it once, it will no longer be ‘unique’!



Much as I love the return of opportunities for face to face events, I felt that virtual attendance was definitely the right thing to do for this one. The day started with some truly thought- (and action-) provoking sessions by Georgia Elliott-Smith and Anicee Bauer and progressed through case study presentations demonstrating real net zero action amongst today’s buildings and employers. One item I found particularly compelling was Neil Usher’s overview of the GoSpace artificial intelligence tools which provide dynamic occupancy management to directly impact the Triple Bottom Line (people, planet, profit).


hsmYet another publication has been running our articles. The first online piece was about our Homeworking Done Right webinar series. That set of free webinars has been completed so the dates in the article are wrong but everything else is still relevant because we are rerunning the series from July 21st. The magazine also picked up on our article about sit-stand desks and the problems of buying online without training. The piece appears here.



Professionals like lawyers and accountants, who bill their working hours, are notoriously bad at ‘getting something done about it’ when they start to suffer from back ache or other musculoskeletal issues. Inevitably, this leads to presenteeism and reduced productivity. Our friends at FitBack have created an onsite physiotherapy and advice service that ensures quick access to effective treatment in a really time-efficient way. Complete the short form here for further information.


top_tips_juneWe have just added some more dates for our highly-regarded virtual course, taking us through to the year end. We are also offering face-to-face courses around the country. This often works best if an employer wants a small number of staff trained and is prepared to allow external delegates to join the session. It results in a lower cost to the employer and a ready-made venue for us to use! To discuss ideas for face-to-face training, contact Stuart Entwistle, our Training Manager.

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