The Daisyone multi-monitor support is ideal for high-density environments with lightweight screens. A quick release control makes installation and removal fast and easy when you’re ready to reconfigure.
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What's In It For You
Daisyone is value engineered to limit waste and expense when it’s time to scale up. Install one monitor support today, and with just a few extra components, you can hold up to three more on the same post.
The solid support of Daisyone will keep screens in exactly the right place until you choose to move them again, helping you maintain your own perfect position, ease eye strain, and feel and work better every day.
Range of Applications
This adaptable solution supports anywhere from a single monitor to as many as four screens on a single post. It mounts to a variety of surfaces and can be configured in either portrait or landscape orientation.
Daisyone monitor arms are made from at least 34 percent post-consumer content and are 97 percent recyclable. GREENGUARD certified, they can contribute to LEED certification.
When we design things, we have always looked to the human body for inspiration. Bend your arm at the elbow, stretch it out, rotate your hand at the wrist. You have just experienced the inspiration for our monitor arms.
The adjustability of these arms is an important component in giving workers ergonomic support. When we recently asked companies about the types of monitors they use, 84% said flat screens. And 58% noted that they use desktop computers, with separate display, CPU, and keyboard.
Designers Peter Bosson and Brenda Saunders anticipated this trend. In the mid 1980s, they invented the first monitor arm. They led a joint research program into workstation ergonomics involving their company—U.K.-based Colebrook Bosson Saunders—and Olivetti. The effort resulted from the strong connections they had built with Ettore Sottsas, design consultant for Olivetti. By 1999, they had invented the first flat screen monitor arm.
Acquiring Colebrook Bosson Saunders in 2010 has added new expertise to our ergonomics solutions. The company is an excellent fit given its global standing as a pioneer in ergonomic solutions.
Our combined strength—especially in supporting monitors—is directed at a growing trend for many companies. Recently, we asked business leaders what elements will drive the design of their work environments in the next 3 to 5 years. Fully 43% said the need to accommodate multiple monitors.
The increased use of monitors makes flexibility and adjustability two key factors for support. Letting people easily change screen orientation from portrait to landscape gives them freedom to use preferred postures. Providing adjustability allows fine-tuning the position of single or multiple screens to avoid glare.