Salli Elbow Table

With Elbow Table you can work wherever you want!

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Product description

Well-suited for working with laptops or wireless keyboards. Compact and versatile workstation for offices or home use. Other examples of use: schools that need movable workstations (e.g. for lectures or training events), rehabilitation aid, workstation for people with balance difficulties (e.g. the elderly or children), control rooms.

  • Two-part Twin seat, without tilt mechanism
  • Leather or artificial leather, see colour chart
  • Hand controlled height adjustment with gas spring
  • Table top white, size 75 x 62 x 1.6 cm
  • Extra large base Ø 700 mm
  • Integrated wireless charger for your mobile devices also available
  • Elbow pads (ErgoRoll), black polyurethane. The pads make it comfortable to support the elbows, forearms and wrists on the table.
  • Maximum load 10 kg
  • The recess gives good support for arms and shoulders. It diminishes neck and shoulder tensions and the pressure on the disks in the neck, thus optimizing your sitting in office work.
  • Weight 17 kg
  • Warranty 10 years for the chair, 3 years for the table

1 152,00  You can also pay in installments, from only 50 € / month incl. vat

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Delivery: 7-14 business days30 days free returns
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Recommendations

Teenage basketball player with leg injury

I wish I’d thought of purchasing a saddle chair earlier, since it’s been close to eight weeks since my son sustained a tibial avulsion fracture which required surgery and repair with three screws and a wire. He still has another four weeks on crutches to go plus rehab, so being able to get out on the court for longer each day – in a balanced, upright and safe position is just what the doctor ordered! He tested it out straight away on his basketball court – made shooting so much more enjoyable for him, and provided him with a stable base to do what he loves!

Port McQuarie, Australia

Person with MS, home use


I use Salli Expert with  MultiAdjuster  seat. I have MS disease and I use the chair indoors. It makes things easy in kitchen, as it helps me to reach for things in cupboards. In toilet it is handy when I wash my hands and face or brush my teeth. It is also a great help when I need to move things from one place to another, because I can spin around on it.

Accessories are a good help in everyday life, and it is easier to move on Salli Expert than with a wheel chair. It is sturdy and safe, and the adjustable height is a good feature.

Salli Expert also provides good leg exercise and balance training when I move around while sitting on it.

Timo Laakso

Helsinki, Finland

Person with physical disabilities

Geoff Adams-Spink – EDRIC Chairman

Cellist

Saddle chair Salli Twin is just perfect for playing the cello! The sitting position is natural and suitable for playing the instrument, and it is good that the inclination can be adjusted just the way I want.

Liisa Paakkunainen
Rautalampi, Finland

Student

I suffer from a slight lateral bending of the spine (scoliosis), and I have had the Salli saddle chair for a month now. Getting used to a saddle chair after a normal swivel chair was a bit difficult in the beginning. But after two weeks I noticed a build-up of muscle in my back area. Sitting on the saddle chair is a bit more difficult than on a normal swivel chair, but the posture improves. In retrospect, I’m glad about this acquisition and can highly recommend the Salli saddle chair.

Marlon Prüssing
Germany


Yesterday I picked up my new Salli Twin from my dealer in Amsterdam after its timely delivery in about 10 days. This dealer (Scholtens Werkplek) has been very helpful and patient in assisting with finding the right model from your product range, even providing a loaner Twin while my order was pending. I wish to express my thanks to you and your team for inventing, refining and bringing to market this excellent solution to the pernicious problems of working posture and back pain. While I am only 28 years old, for more than two years I have been suffering from nerve pain caused by problems with my lower back. I would feel a burning sensation all over both my legs whenever I sat down on a conventional chair. This made studying very difficult. Even worse, lying in bed wouldn’t provide any relief, the burning and spasms would come and go during the night keeping me awake. Now that my back is healing on my Salli I can finally sleep well again, and I can sit on conventional chairs (e.g. on a train) for longer and longer without discomfort. Again, my heartfelt thanks.

Miko 
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Translator

Altogether I can say: These days I go to Yoga only for fun, not anymore because of my back pain. I don’t have it anymore even if I am sitting every now and then for more than 10 hours in a row on the Salli Swing. Which is actually good: The chair activates and encourages you to stand up every once in a while. It is also just impossible to “twine” the legs in an unhealthy way around the chair like I always used to do while sitting on other chairs. I can fully recommend the Salli chair!

Ulrike Heiß
Karlsruhe, Germany

IT specialist

I fell on my bike when I was trying to avoid a car that was cutting in front of me. I broke my ankle, it was operated and I have to wear a cast for six weeks. I came home from hospital with crutches. Household chores and cooking were very difficult with crutches, as I couldn’t even carry a cup of coffee in my hand. I started to think that some kind of a chair with castors would be great. A traditional wheel chair was no good, because it is too low and I should be able to have my feet under the table. A work chair with castors? How about a saddle chair? I contacted a friend and his work place provided me with a Salli MultiAdjuster saddle chair. Now that I’m sitting on a functional chair I can work in the kitchen. It makes my life so much easier, as I cannot put any weight on my injured leg. The hospital physiotherapist showed me how to use the crutches but no other home medical equipment were mentioned. I don’t know if the hospital have saddle chairs for convalescents but based on my own experience they should have. I’m not going to give my saddle chair away as long as I have to wear the cast. The number one help, together with the crutches, is the saddle chair. I will continue using Salli saddle chair even after I’ve got rid of the cast. It is also an excellent idea for a birthday present for the elderly!

Man, 59 years old
Mikkeli, Finland