M8.1 Dual Monitor Arm by Humanscale
The Humanscale M8.1 Dual Monitor Arm the latest revolutionary monitor arms from Humanscale and with all the latest ergonomic features to create a healthy posture by letting you place your two monitors at a true ergonomic position.
Featuring innovations like Humanscale’s patented Weight-Compensating Spring Technology and Smart Stop functionality, M8.1 Dual Monitor Arm with cross bar is the perfect option for users with two large monitor screens who want a simple uncluttered desk.
With a compact and sleek design it the perfect addition to any modern office and makes using your monitor a breeze.
Supports 2 monitors
Built in counter balance indicator
Weight Compensated Spring Technology
Each Screen Weight Limit: 12KG
Integrated cable management
Quick release joins for easy screen attachment and adjustment
Warranty – 15 Years, 24/7 use
Polished Aluminium / White Trim – Clamp On
Black / Black Black Trim – Clamp On
Silver / Grey Trim – Clamp On
*Other options and finishes are available upon request.
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About this brand
Humanscale is a leading designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products that improve the health and comfort of work life.
Their award-winning office solutions, including self-adjusting seating, sit/stand desks, monitor arms and task lighting, inspire movement and support the user in every posture.
The Humanscale Design Studio, based in New York City, abides by the philosophy that good design achieves more with less. Function, simplicity, and longevity, and sustainability are at the core of all our designs. When thinking through the design and manufacturing of each product, they carefully consider the materials and resources used, in aim of creating an overall Net Positive impact.
Known for their history of collaboration with the legendary designer Niels Diffrient, designer of many of Humanscale’s task chairs, including the iconic Freedom chair – the first self-adjusting chair without manual knobs or levers.
Their innovations have been honoured with more than 200 prestigious awards since 2007 and featured in various museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art.