Muvman has patented flexzone® technology allowing healthy freedom of movement.
The Muvman is a revolutionary sit stand stool designed for active sitting.
The innovative award winning design of the Muvman allows you to have the correct ergonomic posture at all heights whether you’re sitting or standing, the main point is that you keep moving. Thanks to the patented flexzone® technology the Muvman gives you support whenever you need it.
The spring strut of the Muvman is tilted forward and has a large range of adjustment from standard to high desk heights. This means you can always be at an optimum distance to your working surface regardless of your height and physique.
The padded seat is upholstered in a velvety microfibre that is pleasant to the touch. It is temperature-equalising and breathable for exceptional sitting comfort.
Furthermore, the Muvman has an adaptable front seat edge, an automatic seat return function and a practical carrying grip.
4° forward tilt of the spring strut
This means that you always sit at an optimum distance to your working surface – regardless of your height and physique. The Muvman prevents you from hunching your back as easily happens when sitting high.
Comfortable, super soft seat
No congestion of the blood circulation thanks to a flexible, adaptable seat edge.
Movement comes from the joint in the baseplate
This keeps your hips free and flexible and your leg muscles active which improves the transport of blood back from the legs to the heart.
The non-slip, non-scratch rubber rim gives you firm support.
For easy carrying of the Muvman wherever you want to go.
The independent Design Council has nominated the Muvman for the German Design Award 2009 and 2011, the highest official German award for design. It even won the renowned GOOD DESIGN Award of the Chicago Athenaeum in 2009. In addition, the Muvman has already won the international iF Universal Design Consumer Favorite Award and attracted a lot of attention at design exhibitions in Berlin and New York.
There are no reviews yet.
Not that bad
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.