Ergostrech Footrest

A unique footrest with a range of adjustments

The Egostretch is a unique footrest with ergonomic features and durability. 

The Ergostrech features a metal frame with a footplate and a raised padded bar.

The footplate is height adjustable to 8cm, 12cm or 15.5cm and is also tilt adjustable over an impressive ±50°. 

Tilt resistance can be adjusted to make the platform resistive to movement or free floating to provide support or movement as required.

Product code

S455001

Increases comfort and improves posture

The raised padded bar at the rear of the Ergostretch sits at a height of 35.5cm. This makes it ideal for massaging the muscles in the calves to improve circulation or to stretch the Achilles Tendons and calf muscles.

The wide range of features that encourage leg movement makes the Ergostretch an ideal solution for users in need of a foot rest which reduces the potential for leg cramps and thrombosis arising from extended periods of static sitting.

While using the adjustability of the actual footplate in both height and angle you get smart exercise for the lower extremities to prevent thrombosis and increase blood circulation. Also use the unique possibility to stretch your legs while still maintaining good posture due to the upper padded support.

Features

  • Height adjustment with 3 positions

  • Intuitive tilt of footplate to activate the lower leg muscles

  • Footplate has raised rubberised nodules that increase traction and 

  • Curved in angle to accommodate the office chair and still sit close to the desk

  • Padded top bar for comfortable stretching out of legs and massaging calf muscles

  • Robust design and construction from ABS plastic, heavy-duty powder coated steel tubing and foam padding with leather

  • Rubber feet ensure a secure not slip platform

Dimensions

Width

49cm

Depth

37cm

Footplate height adjustments</strong?

Low: 8cm

Middle: 12cm

High: 15.5cm

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Ergostrech Footrest

Ergostrech Footrest

A unique footrest with a range of adjustments

The Egostretch is a unique footrest with ergonomic features and durability. 

The Ergostrech features a metal frame with a footplate and a raised padded bar.

The footplate is height adjustable to 8cm, 12cm or 15.5cm and is also tilt adjustable over an impressive ±50°. 

Tilt resistance can be adjusted to make the platform resistive to movement or free floating to provide support or movement as required.

Product code

S455001

Increases comfort and improves posture

The raised padded bar at the rear of the Ergostretch sits at a height of 35.5cm. This makes it ideal for massaging the muscles in the calves to improve circulation or to stretch the Achilles Tendons and calf muscles.

The wide range of features that encourage leg movement makes the Ergostretch an ideal solution for users in need of a foot rest which reduces the potential for leg cramps and thrombosis arising from extended periods of static sitting.

While using the adjustability of the actual footplate in both height and angle you get smart exercise for the lower extremities to prevent thrombosis and increase blood circulation. Also use the unique possibility to stretch your legs while still maintaining good posture due to the upper padded support.

Features

  • Height adjustment with 3 positions

  • Intuitive tilt of footplate to activate the lower leg muscles

  • Footplate has raised rubberised nodules that increase traction and 

  • Curved in angle to accommodate the office chair and still sit close to the desk

  • Padded top bar for comfortable stretching out of legs and massaging calf muscles

  • Robust design and construction from ABS plastic, heavy-duty powder coated steel tubing and foam padding with leather

  • Rubber feet ensure a secure not slip platform

Dimensions

Width

49cm

Depth

37cm

Footplate height adjustments</strong?

Low: 8cm

Middle: 12cm

High: 15.5cm

Downloads

Image Gallery

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