Altwork Signature Station
Altwork Signature Station
During the creation of the Altwork workstation, the human experience was always at the center of the design process. Altworks focus was to provide a full spectrum of ergonomic requirements to meet the unique needs of each individual. From intuitive keypad controls to the automated smooth glide of the position mechanism, every detail of the Altwork Signature Station is carefully considered and designed for stress, pain and strain relief. The Altwork Signature Station requires less floor space than a standard desk/chair combo and is easily portable between rooms. The station reaches 18 square feet when fully-reclined. Adjust all positions to your liking to optimize relief, comfort, and productivity.
Automated positions from Standing, Sitting, Zero Gravity, Full Recline and everything else in between with:
- Neck Supporting Headrest
- Lumbar and Elbow Supporting Backrest
- Magnetic Desk
- Full Support Leg Rest
- Monitor Mount Position Auto-synced with Recline
- Custom Tool Wrap included
Move effortlessly from standing to full recline, or select any position in-between to meet your activity and needs. Use the keypad to set every aspect of the Signature Station to your personal comfort and preference, including the headrest, desk, monitor, and leg rest. No need for adjustments – when you change positions, your desk and monitor move to accommodate you.
80 cm wide X 139 long (upright seated, leg rest extended)
Length extends to 182 cm when fully reclined
Will roll through 80 cm door opening
Weighs 90 kg
Desktop measures 73 x 40 cm
Minimum seat height 45 cm
Monitor adjustment range 22,8 cm vertical, 25,4 back/forth
Optimal for users up to 120 kg with a height between 150 and 200 cm
May work for users outside this range - please contact us
Rear storage tray
Advanced monitor arm (monitor is not included)
Mouse pad (mouse and keyboard are not included)
Frame with casters
Mac or PC developer magnet set to affix keyboard, mouse, tablets to the desk
Electronics cabinet to protect electrical components under the seat and serve as a platform for laptop
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The Altwork Station comes with a five-year limited warranty.
I love my workstation. I highly recommend getting a wide screen curved monitor to go with it. But the work experience is great. I move around multiple times a day from siting to reclining to standing. Plus the overall station takes up less room in my office then my old desk did. I looked at a lot of competitive products. I believe that Altwork has two big benefits over them. It is very solidly made but still a much better price point then the other solid stations. It also is much easier to move if necessary than the other solid stations, many of which take multiple people to move. Anything that is a lower price point is not nearly the same quality as Altwork. So I would obvioulsy highly recommend this product. I would also say the Signature station is definitely worth the extra money.
This setup is perfect for me. I needed the ability to change how I sit/recline by very small increments - not just choose from 4 pre-set positions. When I told my (only, part time) assistant how much I was spending, he flipped out and started showing me a bunch of other setups. I explained that an inch in the wrong direction can make a huge difference in whether I can walk well the next day.
Honestly, it was way out of my budget, but I'm self employed and can't afford NOT to work. If I turn down work, my clients will go elsewhere, and I'll lose a lot more than the cost of the chair!
The quality of the signature station, even at this price point, is honestly even better than I expected. The details they thought of, from the cable covers, to the trim and hardware is really incredible. Even the tools they send with it to put it together are actual quality tools, not just the junk you usually get with build-it yourself furniture.
My only tiny complaint is that I wish the headrest had just a little more range of motion. It's still way more than any other chair but in certain positions I could use it to lock about an inch further forward.
I do have back pain though, loads of it. Three spinal surgeries and chronic pain accompanied by muscle spasms led me to finally make this investment. Like many Altworkers, I wish I had done it sooner. The special pricing they were running at the time cemented the deal for me. Anyway, it doesn't cure back pain; it does not claim to, but it does help, and I absolutely LOVE working in the "zero-gravity" positions. I spend between 8 and 12 hours in my Altwork every day, and I know I would have loved it even if I didn't need it to help with my spinal issues. That being said, there is no way I could spend that much time in it using only the rock-hard padding it comes with. I added a 2" memory foam crib mattress and one of those neck-support pillows, and those make it perfect for me. I do wish that the laptop mount was adjustable, but that could be because my spinal issues include my neck, which makes it uncomfortable for me to keep my head turned so far. I have the vertical monitor stack, but I don't recommend it. The monitors need to be farther away from your face than the workstation allows in order to not be craning your neck to look at the top one.
tl:dr: 5 stars for the unit itself; highly recommend though it needs extra padding; accessories could benefit from further development
I have been suffering from lower back pain for the better part of the past 7 years. I have tried working at a standing desk, but found that it is extremely difficult to work standing for 8 hours a day when you have back pain. I have also tried working laying down using my laptop, but that eventually resulted in pain and strain in my neck and shoulders. A few months ago I was in a state of complete despair, not knowing if/how I was going to be able to keep working because I was in so much pain.
I remembered having read an article about the AltWork (or something like it) a few years ago, so I did some searching and found the AlWork Station. Buying one represents a significant investment, so my wife and I scheduled an in-person demo up in LA to go experience it. I knew almost immediately that it was going to help.
I have had my AltWork Signature Station for over a month now, and I am happy to report that I am mostly pain free at this point. It has been a complete game changer for me. I am able to switch between sitting, reclining and standing throughout my day, which has helped me to stay out of pain. I am also doing physical therapy (which I would highly recommend for anyone with lower back pain), but I don't know what I would do without my AltWork. In truth, I would probably be disabled right now if it weren't for AltWork.