limber

healthy by default

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Make your work space work for you.

Limber crafts tools that make health and high performance the default so you can move well, feel well and do well at work.

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limber studio 

Your personal workstation. A beautiful, fast moving, flexible, sit-stand-kneel workstation that creates a space efficient office geared for collaboration and sets you up for health and high performance.

Minimal 0.7m squared footprint. Fully adjustable single and double monitor mount heights to fit you perfectly.  Out of site cable management system and on wheels to easily move it around the office.

Proudly New Zealand made to last from premium sustainably forested Finnish Birch.

  • Environment Protection Standard: ISO 14001:2004

  • Quality Management Standard: ISO 9001:2008

  • ULEF: No harmful emissions

  • FSC Certified

  • PEFC Certified

 

limber stool

Get comfortable as you find calm in kneeling and cross legged postures with the Limber Stool and 3 height levels to support your body, perfectly. 

Peoples Experiences

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Natalie Scisson - Chief Freedomist & educator at nataliesisson.com

“Limber gets me moving and being much more conscious of when I'm not. It's given me much more pleasure in working from my laptop.”



Ben Gleisner- CEO Conscious Consumers

“Limber is as good looking as it is good for you! I have found that Limber has made me more mobile and also more accessible to others.”


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Connor Boyle - Events and Marketing Executive for the Malcam Charitable Trust

“I call it my seriously awesome, actually ergonomic desk and I love the way that I feel at the end of a long day at work with Limber. When I work at home, without my Limber, I get sore, stiff and uncomfortable after only a few hours.”


Created by a collective of health professionals, creative thinkers, and engineers.

used by

 
 Some of the companies around town you'll see using Limber.