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Ergonomic Anti-Fatigue Standing Desk Mat - $55.30 + P&P (RRP $149) @ Retail Display Direct

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Been looking for one of these, most of the ergonomic ones aren't in stock or are like $200 (Topo), I have no idea how this mat compares but going to give it a go!
They provided me with a 30% off code so thought I would share it here, brings the cost down to $55.30 + P&P which is $11.82 to Sydney.

To apply the code, click the cart in the top right, don't proceed to checkout otherwise there is no option to apply it.

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  • +2 votes

    It appears thick everywhere besides where the feet rest. At least if there is a flood, your feet will remain dry.

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    Looks like a trip hazard.

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      exactly what I was thinking!

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    I've kicked / tripped over these so many times while working in retail.

  • +1 vote

    Costco is selling Kitchenaid ones if you guys want a cheaper option with free postage - https://www.costco.com.au/Home-Improvement/Flooring-Tiles/Ru...

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    Seems to be a similar product, if not the same.

    https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/j-burrows-...

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      Yep looks exactly the same.
      I have the office works one. Decent enough, does the job.
      Middle of the matt is about 15-20mm thick. The sides and ball are good for when you're moving around and want to scratch that itch on your foot.

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      Yep, I saw this too, but no stock for delivery!

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    Any scientific evidence that this thing actually reduces fatigue? Otherwise, you stand (pun intended) to lose 50 bucks.

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      I was a cynic of standing desks until I got a fancy standing desk in the new office. Then I was a cynic of standing mats. Then came along a Varidesk mat 🤯

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      Well, I just got a standing desk and after 20 mins on my tiled floor my feet hurt, hoping this helps with that.

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      Having worked in retail where I stand all day, I definitely prefer something less hard than a tiled floor.

  • +2 votes

    So…. people invented the chair so they don't have to stand.
    People then invented the standing desk because sitting on a chair all day long was killing them.
    Now people need a special mat to stand on because standing all day is killing them.

    I'm waiting for the hammock desk.

    • +4 votes

      Close enough for you?? http://www.ergoquest.com/

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        OMG I had no idea it existed.
        Some look designed to give you that dentist feeling while at work.

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    I recently (2 months ago) converted to standing desk and it changed my life, honestly. Back then, when i was looking for this kind of mat, I actually ended up buying the kitchen mat from Bunnings and it is very good - https://www.bunnings.com.au/matpro-50-x-80cm-dark-grey-kitch...
    In fact, i am standing on it while i type this comment!

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      What would you say was the main benefit you noticed when converting to a standing desk?

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        That he was sitting a lot less.

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    How do these work if you switch between standing and sitting ie is there room for a chair on castors to fit around it?