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Ergonomic Product Listing

University of Minnesota discounts are available through the vendors featured on this site. Please contact vendors directly to purchase chairs or any of the other products listed; you'll find their contact information under each product description. Contact Jerry Taintor from Purchasing at (612) 624-5762 if you encounter any problems with vendors.

Product Product Type Manufacturer Product View
Aeron Chair Chair Herman Miller, Inc. Aeron chair.
Big Chair Chair All Seating Big chair.
Body Built Chair Chair Ergo GENESIS Body built chair.
Criterion II Chair Chair Steelcase Criterion II chair.
Deskalator Other B & L Industries Deskalator.
Document Holder Document Holder MMS MMSdoc.
ergoCentric Chair Chair ergoCentric Seating ergoCentric chair.
Footrest Footrest 3M Footrest.
Freedom Chair Chair Human Scale Freedom chair.
Genie Chair Chair Via Seating Genie chair.
Headset Wireless Headset GN Netcom Wireless headset.
Improv H.E. Chair Chair Haworth Improv HE Chair.
Keyboard platform Keyboard Tray Human Scale Keyboard Platform
Leap Chair Chair Steelcase Leap chair.
Midzone Chair Friant Associates Midzone.
MMS Keyboard Tray Mark Mullin Sales MMS.
Mirra Chair Chair Herman Miller, Inc. Mirra chair.
Model 182 & 183 Keyboard Tray WorkRite Ergonomics Model 182 and 183.
Monitor Arm Other Anatome Monitor arm.
Monitor Arm Other Chief Monitor arm.
Mouse Mice/Trackballs Evoluent Mouse.
RollerMouse Mice/Trackballs Contour Designs Roller mouse.
RollerMouse Free2 Mice/Trackballs Contour Designs Roller Mouse Free2.
Swopper Stool Chair Via Swopper stool.
Therapist Chair Chair All Seating Therapist chair.
Varitask Top and Bottom Desks/Tables Mayline Varitask Top and Bottom.
WorkFit-S Keyboard Tray Ergotron WorkFit S.
WOW Table Desks/Tables ESI WOW Table.
You Chair Chair All Seating You Chair.
Zody Chair Chair Haworth Zody chair.

This product listing is intended to provide the University of Minnesota community with the latest purchase information about products to make their computer workstations safer and easier to physically operate.

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