|Item Weight||8.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.2 x 13.2 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||MECS-BLK-001|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MECS-BLK-001|
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Mobo Chair Mount Ergo Keyboard and Mouse Tray System - 2.5-Inch x 12.5-Inch x 7.5-Inch - Black
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The Mobo is a revolutionary keyboard and mouse tray system that attaches directly to your existing office chair (arms) instead of to your desk. The Mobo’s unique, patent pending design naturally positions both desktop and laptop computer users in a comfortable and healthy neutral body position. By placing the keyboard tray and mouse pad directly on your chair, the Mobo eliminates awkward reaching and stretching for computer controls and provides unsurpassed comfort and mobility. The Mobo’s versatility, comfort and ergonomic benefits make it an ideal solution for virtually anyone who uses a computer—perfect for business use, home office workspaces, dorm rooms, computer gaming, data entry, casual web surfing and more. Maintaining a healthy body posture has never been easier. Maximize your comfort and protect your health with the Mobo.
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|Item Dimensions||13.2 x 23.2 x 4 in||2.5 x 8 x 10 in||26 x 13.5 x 0.06 in||5 x 19 x 10 in||28.62 x 14 x 3.12 in||5 x 27 x 10 in|
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Top customer reviews
The biggest problem I had was fitting the side pieces to the arms of my desk chair. I use mesh office chairs that have regular sized arms, usually about 3 1/2" wide. The problem arises when you are trying to secure the side pieces of the Mobo to the underside of the arm of your chair. You use screws to try to secure the plastic piece both in front of and behind the vertical bar that holds the arm to the seat of the chair. Although the side pieces are adjustable, they were never a good fit for the chair I had at that time. The side pieces were constantly moving, and sometimes they would flip out of place and were difficult to re-position. Also, sometimes you feel overly confined from being locked into your chair while using the unit. These were the reasons why I eventually stopped using the Mobo.
Instead of trying to use this in another chair, I purchased a much larger L-shaped black tempered glass and metal desk which has been a godsend for my home office. Now I have a larger desktop computer and monitor plus printer and telephone on the desk, and still have enough room to do paperwork in front of the printer plus lots of leg room underneath the sleekly designed desk. It's not an option if you are in a small apartment, but if you have a large enough room, you might be happier buying the largest sized desk possible rather than trying to attach a device to your chair.
Useage: as good as I was hoping. A mouse pad doesn't fit well on the arm trays though is enough room to be be very useable. Further egonomic adjustments you may have to think about is that you don't want your arm flat on a surface and the wrist cock ed back for a mouse or keyboard. small wrist pads may be helpful. The angle of the entire armrest (on my specific chair) leaves me wanting to angle the arms downward for a more relaxed position. Fixable but complicated.
Installation: simple, around 15 minutes. to simplify how it works imagine putting a 2x4 on the top of your chair arm. Drill holes in it so that you can put really long screws through the holes that reach down far enough under the arm to screw into another piece of something. 2 screws are used to clamp the arm between the 2x4 and bottom piece. Might give you an idea if it will work for your chair.
Most recent customer reviews
Allows me to move back away from my desk and monitor.
Leaves the desk clear to write.
Specifically, the hinges on the arms. The plastic that surrounds the little metal pins that create the hinge is NO WHERE NEAR strong...Read more
Mouse Pad is too small.
Hings on mouse pads are weak and prone to breaking.
CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR PRODUCT IS HORRIBLE.Read more