I highly suggest you upgrade your wheels to this style and lose the plastic mat.
This is close.
I searched Amazon for "desktop keyboard stand."
There's several options there that might work for you.
I, um, borrowed it from my husband a few years ago and failed to return it! Honestly though, it hasn’t held up very well and I wouldn’t recommend it. I do however strongly endorse replacing all office chair wheels with roller blade wheels like these, especially if you have wood floors.
Dunno about triple arms...I'll be looking for those when the time comes and not sooner.
My dual arm mount: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MIBN71I/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Not sure if your chair has caster wheels or not. If it does - these are specifically designed to solve your problem. It replaces the plastic crap that comes with your chair with a soft rollerblade wheel. I had this problem and this worked for me.
Office Chair Caster Wheels (Set of 5) - Heavy Duty & Safe for All Floors Including Hardwood - Perfect Replacement for Desk Floor Mat - Rollerblade Style w/ Universal Fit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_7LRKAbH9DYN54
It's pretty funny they call their line FIND. If I had to guess, Amazon just looks at what kind of clothes people purchase the most on their site and then they're copying the style and selling them for cheap.
They do this a lot with other items.
For example, this laptop stand was a best seller and made a killing on Amazon. So Amazon found a manufacturer to make it super cheaply and halved the price.
Original - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OOYECC
Amazon's - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WRDS0AU
Amazon. They are awesome, 1000X better than the garbage plastic wheel casters that come with chairs.
I think it's a pretty safe buy. You get a lot of features common on $1k+ herman Miller's for a fraction of the cost.
Heres the arm pads: Aloudy Ergonomic Memory Foam Office Chair Armrest Pads, Comfy Gaming Chair Arm Rest Covers for Elbows and Forearms Pressure Relief(Set of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_usVVDbWZSTST7
They are amazing! Definitely a must
I got this one for 20 bucks and couldn't be happier.
Best upgrade for a chair is rubber wheels
Basically roller blade wheels.
A nutless monkey could install them.
Once your have them, you’ll be gliding around your luxury vinyl with your pinky out.
You just yank them off and push new ones in. They are designed to be replaced.
These are the ones that I got, although they are a bit more expensive now than they were when I got them: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/
I need a new desk chair, which is pretty important to me because I work from home. I've already been to my local university surplus several times and I wasn't impressed with their selection. I'm thinking about something ordering something online like the Amazon Basics executive chair. I don't even know what I'm looking for, to be honest. Or maybe a mesh back chair like this? Honestly, I'm pretty clueless. I would love suggestions on either specific chairs, or what to look for in general.
You can buy wheels like these on Amazon. A bit more expensive than the regular plastic, but they roll a lot better and they don't scratch hardwood floor. Definitely worth the purchase.
Congrats! And normal pillows aren't typically meant to be sat on. You could look into something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Everlasting-Comfort-Cushion-Designed-Tailbone/dp/B01EBDV9BU/
I would definitely get one. I have an office job and I have to sit for multiple hours a day. I have had this cushion for about two years and it’s still holding up. I would also suggest getting up to walk around a little every hour or get a standing desk.
Everlasting Comfort Memory Foam Seat Cushion for Back, Coccyx, & Tailbone Pain Relief - Work, Desk, Car, Gaming, and Home Office Accessories - Sciatica Chair Cushion Pad (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_8PGT44C7K8P7JXSSGQNN
Not OP but I’ve had my Uplift Pursuit for maybe 6 months and have really enjoyed it. Only recommendation are some armrest pads. These are what I use.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01G643EU6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I bought these but there may be cheaper with the same results.
AmazonBasics High-Back, Leather Executive, Swivel, Adjustable Office Desk Chair with Casters, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBC3BF0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabt1_ItYUFbS8V0A7W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
We have hardwood floors throughout our house, so when my wife and I got new chairs for our home office we ordered a set of these for each: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CTIG4GE/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Basically, they're soft Rollerblade wheels - they don't damage the floor at all and I assume they would work really well on carpet too (depending on the thickness). We've had them for the last 2 and a half years, no issues.
Everlasting Comfort Office Chair Seat Cushion for Back, Coccyx, & Tailbone Pain Relief (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_9E1DHJYQSXZF9PTNNZXK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I’ve used that for both my car and desk chair :)
I bought mine on Amazon. They have worked great for me. I’ve been using them for little over a year. Here’s a link to the ones I got, assuming links are allowed here. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G643EU6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_W9PPPTT9VR1BFWPGMCEY?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D74DT3B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_4004M361AJATG4AVGM59?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 this is what I have! It’s not adjustable or anything but the height is nice and it’s lightweight so I can bring it with me wherever I’m studying if I want
Replace his chair wheels with roller blade chair wheels! Makes a huge difference!
ETA: here’s a link to some on Amazon. they just click on!
not sure if it is exactly the same but this is the one i have that is very close to the one in the video https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OOYECC/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_CWhcGbERWJG98?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1. I already owned it before it got my case but it turned out to be a perfect fit, and ergonomically very pleasant to use.
Use this for the laptop. Try to find a tray to keep your desk organized (and dresser).
None of your posters are framed. They're cheap from walmart or you can find them on Amazon.
I'd go for a different blanket than the one you currently have. A light color like gray to contrast with the bed you have.
Ninja edit: Stick a small plant on your dresser.
I got this stand for the push 1, waiting for it to be delivered though.
Laptop Stand Amazon
I bought the Amazon Basics stand, which I haven't seen mentioned around here. It works great and was really cheap.
It’s really awesome. I wasn’t sure it would be possible, but Amazon recommended it as a bundle when I selected two of those monitors.
Here’s a link to the stand: AmazonBasics Premium Dual Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN71I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_KnEbgnDfZRgvK
this laptop stand from amazon.
its got a little stopper on the bottom to stop your laptop from sliding off, but it gets in the way of typing at times.
Can anyone recommend a good dual monitor arm that supports up to 28"+? I have been eyeing the Amazon Basics one but it's pricey and I'm not sure if I'll get the full benefit of all the features. I have an Acer Predator 27" and a Asus PB287Q 28".
I'm not at work today, but here is the Amazon link, where I purchased them:
Office Chair Caster Wheels (Set of 5) - Heavy Duty & Safe for All Floors Including Hardwood - Perfect Replacement for Desk Floor Mat - Rollerblade Style w/Universal Fit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_-m9.Cb78WX281
Here's an (expensive) example of the kind of wheels I'm talking about.
I have a set of wheels like these that I got for ~$20 almost 3 years ago and have been using on hardwood floor for about 2 years of that time with no other protection. No gouges or scratches.
They're slightly "squishy" and grippy, almost like they're made of really sturdy silicone (I'm sure they're not at all, but that's kinda how they feel). Anything smallish just squishes into the wheel; you'd literally have to be rolling over gravel or some such to scratch noticeably.
I got one of these tailbone relief cushions when I bruised my tailbone, and now I'm just using it for posture and comfort. Anyone who sits in my chair at work says it's soooo comfortable and they want one.
I dont have a titan but some people who made comments and reviews on the amazon link said it worked for their titan.
Here's the link:
Here's their comments:
Q: Will these fit a secret lab Titan or Omega chair?
A: These office chair wheels fit 99% of the time, except Ikea chairs. To be 100% sure that the caster wheels will fit your chair then you can measure your stem size 7/16 x 7/8 or 11mm wide.
By Best of Best on July 5, 2020
These almost work too well.
By Dan Siegel on April 26, 2021 I've worked from home for a long time. I've always hated those pesky plastic mats, but caster wheels tear up any kind of wood or vinyl flooring, and just down work at all on carpet. I got these for my new Titan from Secret Labs... and wow these wheels are awesome... it just glides over areas that the the casters on my previous chair tore up on the floor, and everywhere else. see less
Perfect for hardwood, Ez to install, zero noise!
By Hines on August 19, 2021 I got a SecretLabs Titan about 60 months ago but was at a different apartment with carpet and a chair pad for it. I recently moved to a new unit with hardwood floors and decided to get a set of these. shipped fast, took seconds to install, reduces chair rolling noise to practically zero, and rolls oh so smoothly! my wife wanted me to push her around in the chair! 10/10!
Depending on if the rail is imbedded or protruding, you could try a combination of the options listed or just putting a mat (rubber or vinyl depending on carpet vs floor) and using rubber caster wheels like these.
Photos would be helpful. Upload link via Imgur
I have a leap v2 at my work desk. I’ll take a look.
Here’s a comfy solution I recommend:
Aloudy Ergonomic Memory Foam... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
They’re amazing and couldn’t recommend them enough since the secret lab has the most uncomfortable arm rests I’ve ever felt for my elbows.
I highly recommend getting a set of rollerblade style casters for your chair. They're much better all-around, but especially for hard wood floors.
You can get a 30% off coupon code to use at https://theofficeoasis.com/pages/vip
It didnt become bad until six or so months ago but once the leather started peeling off, it spread pretty quickly.
These are the armrest pads I bought: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_AE66R3M4PBHB8PJTK66N?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It’s the Amazon basics one, really impressed with it though! Staying 7-8 degrees cooler than before now.
Quiet will lower your max cpu wattage, balanced or performance would be the true test and it sounds like it’s cooler!
When I’m benchmarking on performance mode, fans at full speed, i can feel the airflow increase out of the exhaust if i lift the back up off the table, if that makes sense. That’s what led me down the rabbit hole of trying to figure out a way to create more ‘space’ for the fans to pull air from.
AmazonBasics Ventilated... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WRDS8H0?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
This is what i use, but it’s not really portable and not great to type on, which limits its usability. I use my laptop like a desktop though so it works great for me. The mesh seems to be open enough that the Legion fans are able to have notably better airflow. My temps in Cinebench R20 in performance mode once the wattage drops down to 75w on CPU are stable around 80c. Even if I run a GPU benchmark (furmark) at the same time a few cores will bump 90 but it’s fine.
This is actually my setup https://www.reddit.com/r/LenovoLegion/comments/kciod1/cant_find_parts_to_build_a_pc_so_next_best_thing/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=mweb
I bought this last week and it has made chair sitting a pleasure again! Total game changer.
Edited sorry for ugly link, I need someone to teach me how to make pretty links.
It's just a simple ventilated stand: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Ventilated-Adjustable-Laptop-Stand/dp/B00WRDS8H0
I will probably upgrade to one with a fan later on. As long as you elevate your Laptop at least 3", you should notice a few degrees of improvement even without a fan. I wouldn't overthink it and definitely don't spend too much money on something crazy fancy unless you're certain it will improve temps.
I got this one. Not adjustable, but it works great and holds it at the right height. Also nice and cheap. Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D74DT3B
Get these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_QX1THSCC3QP158HSG0SN?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Really made an improvement and it's cheap enough that if you dislike them it's whatever.
I would echo a lot of the recommendations above but also get a cushion to make it more comfortable when you have to sit like this one
I second the Clatina Mellet. Does a good value impression of a steelcase leap.
here is another comment of mine with an info dump of Clatina info
Also big fan of these arm rest covers
For a 34" and a 28", it might just be safer to get two separate mounts/stands. Stability and weight support would be major concerns. If you're confident that you want a single mount, here's one to look at:
AmazonBasics Dual Monitor Mount - It's manufactured by Ergotron, a trusted name. There are reviews showing people using this stand with a 34" Ultrawide and a 24", so you might be able to stretch and replace that 24" with a 28"...your call. I reached out on r/monitors to see if anyone had any personal experience with this monitor (as I don't necessarily trust Amazon reviews) and received a response stating that it's a quality product.
Once again, personally, I'd go with two separate stands. Would end up costing around the same, allow for more customization, and be a bit more secure and reliable. But there are mounts that support the weight requirements for a 34" and a 28", so it's not impossible.
Only way to go IMO. I haven't tried the double but I have two of the singles and they are amazing.
I just paid $16.95 for each, which is cheaper than it was when I bought one a little over a year ago (at $18.95, but only fulfilled by Amazon sold by someone else) though more expensive than when I bought the first 2 two years ago at (at $13.30 both sold directly by Amazon).
The same company that makes these things makes a slightly larger and taller version for around $25 (12-Inch W x 8.5-Inch D x 8.75-Inch H. Each step measures 2.75-Inch D.) or you can buy a 4 pack of the larger ones
I use this adjustable stand from Amazon, as well as an external keyboard and wireless mouse. If I don't use it, my neck really starts to hurt after a few days from looking down so much. I don't know how everyone else stands it (no pun intended).
When the client has crappy chairs, I bring a lumbar support cushion or a small pillow to help.
You're more or less having your cake and eating it too with the i7.
Yes, you can step up to 64GB and keep everything else constant. I don't think 64GB is necessary for your use though. In scenarios where you'd consider 64GB, you're likely to be using a Broadwell-E/Threadripper/Xeon/EPYC CPU.
IIRC, that same Ergotech mount I recommended comes in black as well. Amazon's dual monitor arms come in black, and they're pretty good, but if you want the best, look no further than Ergotron's offerings.
There are a lot of vertical monitor stands on Amazon but it looks like the only one that lets the bottom tilt up, is this giant Frankenstein thing: AmazonBasics Premium Dual Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN71I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_CAZDAbCYB9GX5
Of this less than Frankenstein: EZM Vertical Dual LCD Monitor Mount Desktop Stand Clamp Holds up to 27" (002-0008) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004TO2IAI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_nBZDAbM5DEDBZ
Just get this bad boy off of amazon.
I got it a few months ago it is great.
Ergotron are the best but not needed for (2) 24"
I would recommend Amazon Basics arm in your case.
I really like the Amazon mount I got. It has mounts both arms and articulates well after setting it up. I do not like the pole clamp setup for arms as they tend to slide down.
AmazonBasics Premium Dual Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN71I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_1aLpBb21D0176
It is the Griffin Elevator as another redditor mentioned. You can buy it from Griffin and they have several colors as well: https://griffintechnology.com/products/stands-and-mounts/elevator
The only reason I am using it is because I have had it for years and never really bought a new stand. If I would buy one I would definitely get the mStand on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Rain-Design-mStand-Laptop-Patented/dp/B000OOYECC
It’s all metal and stable. Which is definitely a big plus from the Griffin stand because the plastic can get ugly and it’s wobbly at times if you touch it a lot.
Thanks! The arm is an Amazon basics one. It is a rebrand but it is really solid and has space for cable managment. I really like it. https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Premium-Single-Monitor-Stand/dp/B00MIBN71I?th=1&psc=1
I have read some articles about Amazon blocking top selling products or even coping them in AmazonBasics. For example,
This product was copy after a few years of success this AmazinBasics
Any problem with them?
so under neath my desktop on the left is just a keyboard box i have left over so dust doesnt get sucked in from the carpet so i have it raised above it. the stand is off of amazon basics i believe its this one https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Ventilated-Adjustable-Laptop-Stand/dp/B00WRDS8H0/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=laptop+stand&qid=1555780081&s=gateway&sr=8-3
I don't really know of any laptop mounts that can attach to an existing stand but if you have extra space on your desk you could get a simple laptop riser and set it next to your monitor. Here's an example: https://www.amazon.com/Ergonomic-Compatible-Notebook-Soundance-LS1/dp/B07D74DT3B
For laptop https://www.amazon.com/Ergonomic-Compatible-Notebook-Soundance-LS1/dp/B07D74DT3B/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=laptop+stand&qid=1595436208&sr=8-3
Considering you have external keyboard and mouse you don't have to have laptop on low ground
Thanks! It’s a ‘BoYaTa’ stand (a generic stand with random company name on it) you can find the same model albeit from another company on amazon like this one
Thank you so much!! I bought the riser on amazon, here’s the link. It’s pretty sturdy, and can fit up to 5 nendoroids on each level!
I know it’s hard. I’m sorry. If you can take breaks to get off of your tailbone, try. Also if you don’t have a coccyx cushion, I highly recommend one. Amazon has some good ones. I use this one and like it. Everlasting Comfort Seat Cushion for Office Chair - Tailbone Pain Relief Cushion - Coccyx Cushion - Sciatica Pillow for Sitting (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_d3hLEb9KRZA58. I have one at work and one at home.
Can't vouch for any myself, but this is the first amazon result:
Office Chair Caster Wheels (Set of 5) - Heavy Duty & Safe for All Floors Including Hardwood - Perfect Replacement for Desk Floor Mat - Rollerblade Style w/Universal Fit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_pkvjEbJMAAGBH
I hear they have them with dual casters (or dual something) that work better than the big wheels. The single and big wheels make it difficult to do short distance scooting around.
I have the same Ikea Detolf.
If you wanna spend a little more money, Risers really make it look good.
This is my Display case
I haven't updated that video for my current collection, but it gets the point across.
These are the risers: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0083R3DHO
While I agree, these "stair" displays are supposed to get rid of the visual problem with overlapping. With each step being higher then the last, it should fix that issue. That said, his shelf is kind of low (or rather each succeeding stair isn't as tall as most stair displays).
Basically, for most stair displays, the height of each stair eliminates the need to stagger. But in a case like OP's, staggering would probably make it look better (although you would lose 1 per row).
Then again, I'm sure his display looks better in person.
Something like that ^ doesn't need staggering, as each stair is high enough, amiibos aren't visually overlapping.
I have this, which I use to keep it at a height so I don't have to slouch at my desk. Though it doesn't seem to get quite as high as the ones you are indicating, I love it.
This was recently on sale for $55 on Amazon, it seems like it’s out of stock except for used ones but the deal may come back.
I doubt you'd find those in caster form (they're designed to be driven from the axle). If you want an omnidirectional unpowered roller, a roller bearing would be so much simpler, but I don't think they make those for office chairs either.
What they do make is roller blade wheels for office chairs, which I can say from personal experience offer basically no resistance to rolling or changing direction. Like, you have to pay attention sitting down because if your leg taps the chair before your butt is on the seat, the chair will roll out from under you.
Amen, cannot do without mine. And trust me bro, get a set of these wheels for it. Head and shoulders better than standard hard plastic casters.
OfferUp and get an office chair that's been liquidated from a company.
I got a Steelcase Leap V2 for $250 and it's held up pretty well for almost 3 years. Only mod I've added are cushions for the arm rests. MSRP is $1100+
I got a cushion to help with that.. it still gets sore but less and it takes longer to get to that point
Everlasting Comfort Office Chair... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I have the Logitech Embody and my GF has the Aeron B size. Armrest is better on the Aeron. I use a memory foam armrest cushion on my Embody: https://www.amazon.com/Aloudy-Ergonomic-Armrest-Forearms-Pressure/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3TFV9GZFQ4LIE&keywords=armrest&qid=1669095533&sprefix=armrest%2Caps%2C79&sr=8-3&th=1 it really helped. As far as comfort, I like my chair better because the seat base is wider, the Aeron is comfortable as well but I just prefer the Embody. That goes for back support too. The spine hugging the Embody does is unparalleled.
This bitch right here would bump you up to a solid 9/10. No joke this would change your lief! You'd just glide in ur theater all dayyyy!
Leap v2 is the best gaming chair imo.
Get some aloudy arm pads from amazon to complete the chair. https://www.amazon.com/Aloudy-Ergonomic-Armrest-Forearms-Pressure/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2RC4NJUARGZ33&keywords=aloudy&qid=1667701845&sprefix=aloudy%2Caps%2C90&sr=8-1
These things were made for the leap, I swear by them.
a dual monitor arm for the monitors would defintiely give you more space.
dual monitor arm
also maybe even some desk clamp stands for the speakers you raise them up higher.
Do you have this AmazonBasics dual arm one?
I'm debating between getting 2 single arms or just this one for two 27" monitors. Do you use 27" monitors with your dual arm and does it allow enough space between the two monitors? I read the reviews and it looks like the dual arm is only best for 24" monitors or smaller. Getting the dual arm would allow me to stack the monitor which is nice, but that seems risky. The next step up in quality would be around 500$, which is crazy high for just a monitor mount.
Ended up taking the foam pads out of the baibu ones linked previously and swapped them into these aloudy arm rest covers that don’t cause the dots: Aloudy Ergonomic Memory Foam... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I would try to see a doctor if you can and try to get an X-Ray. I also would recommend investing in a coccyx pillow if you think it’s going to be an issue that lasts for more than a week. It’ll help take the pressure off of your tailbone and you’ll be much more comfortable throughout the day. My wife fractured her tailbone and this helped her a lot.
Great chair, have the same one. My only suggestions would be to ditch the plastic casters and replace them with something like this:
Did my research and felt it was the best one based on having enough review while also being reasonably priced. I keep it in a re-usable Lululemon bag as it's a bit too big to stuff into my backpack.
Avoid the Soundance laptop stand you mentioned - it's not quite deep enough to fit a Legion laptop without some modification.
I had one and switched to this model instead and have been happy with it.
Rollers are very worth it
I've wanted the headrest for a while now, can you link me the arms?
I can explain the ass pain from sitting, if it is like me -
They basically field dressed me like a deer - cut around the anal ring, and into the body cavity, removing the end 20 cm of guts and my anus. This when stitched closed left my coccyx [tail bone] unsupported by the wodge of tissues normally found there, so when I sit for a period of time [starts around an hour, depending on posture] which stresses out my tailbone, and causes it to be painful.
I combat this by snipping a lidocaine patch into thirds, and using each third directly over the tailbone to dull out any general pain. For when I am in my car, I use one of theseat cushions that has the cut out for the coccyx.
Mine are not the same ones but these are the closest ones I could find: https://www.amazon.com/Aloudy-Ergonomic-Armrest-Forearms-Pressure/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=sr\_1\_5?crid=62NG0K0NZ69H&keywords=office+chair+arm+pads&qid=1661623434&sprefix=office+chair+arm+pads%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-5
The one I got was:
There are plenty of others. Read the reviews. Some of them have a steeper angle and people complain the laptop falls out. Other are adjustable and you make the laptop fall out by making the angle too steep.
Sure thing. I also got some of these for the chair and they make it much more comfortable on the arms. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details.
I literally use this very laptop stand for my Cintiq Pro 16.
I have the same problem. Bought this thing and it helps quite a bit. Also, because you can adjust the lumbar up, the height difference of sitting on the cushion is compensated for.
Good luck 🙂
My spouse has chronic pain and fractured their tailbone a few years ago. One of the only things that helped them throughout the day was a tailbone support pillow. They used it everywhere they sat and it helped a lot with the pressure. Ice also seemed to help the most.
By the one you bought was it this one https://www.amazon.ca/Everlasting-Comfort-Coussin-mousse-m%C3%A9moire/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?crid=15NAZNBDRXGM1&keywords=coccyx+pillow&qid=1659331128&sprefix=coccyx+pillow%2Caps%2C233&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5j...?
That's actually the best.pillow on amazon currently but costs double the amount of the pillow I linked previously. I also went to see it's reviews and it were tall great and some said it's really bad and a waste of money. Every pillow review under 30 dollars has negativity
I'm really stressed in which one truly is the right one for me been months I didn't buy because of this reason
This one should work for heavy laptops. It's pretty sturdy. I don't think I paid that much for it last year tho. https://www.amazon.com/Ergonomic-Compatible-Notebook-Soundance-LS1/dp/B07D74DT3B/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=2XVBYINZ64MWJ&keywords=laptop+stand&qid=1659015805&sprefix=laptop+stand%2Caps%2C117&sr=8-3
I would recommend purchasing some wheel replacements if you want to do something like this. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G643EU6?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I bought these recently and they were alright, I wasn’t doing anything like this though, just using them normally. I would look around at the related products and see if any wheel replacements will work for what you are doing.
The one for your legs could be just substituted with pillow, no? I have three of these coccyx cushions: one for my car, for my chair at home, and one for the office. I've been using them for about a year and they've held up in terms of quality.
Amazon Basics Dual Monitor Stand... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN71I?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I got this from Amazon. It’s nice and steady. My only complaint is that the maximum height of this arm set is not that high, and is lower than my previous one. So it took me some time to get used to it and I also had to pull the monitor a little bit closer than before.
Let's say you owned that apartment. If you had to replace the wood floor after a decade because of your rolling around, that would be some very expensive rolling around.
They make thicker pile rugs that do not bunch up. Or buy a chair wheels that doesn't dig into the floor: https://www.amazon.com/Office-Chair-Caster-Wheels-Set/dp/B01CTIG4GE
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