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Flo Monitor Arms

Product Story

The fluid, dynamic movement of Flo monitor arms lets you adjust the position of one screen or multiples with minimum effort and maximum precision—then keep the screen exactly where you need it without taking the time to tighten it. Patented technology gives you a large range of motion and quick, intuitive fingertip control, offering the perfect position to support everyone’s eyes, even people with progressive lenses.

Innovative Features, Patented Performance

Flo’s patented geometric spring technology and dynamic fingertip control provide an unmatched range and ease of movement up, down, forward, backward, tilted, and rotated to suit your needs.

Easy Installation and Operation

Flo mounts easily to a variety of work surfaces in multiple ways. It offers a consistent solution to a dynamic workplace and workforce. With just a single adjustment point, it’s simple to set the optimum tension to hold your equipment, then simply repeat the weight setting on all workstations to cut installation time.

Multiple Configurations

Flo works with most flat-panel monitors on the market, and the Flo family offers options to support a variety of equipment from a single monitor or laptop to as many as four devices. It’s also compatible with touchscreen monitors, letting you move the screen into a comfortable reading or touch position.

Purity of Design

Scaled up or down, the entire Flo family relies on one clean design for an elegant, pared-down aesthetic that complements any environment. No matter which solution you choose, the intuitive, dynamic control operates exactly the same, helping people move from one monitor to the next knowing they can adjust each screen to meet their needs.

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Designed by

Yves Béhar

Yves Béhar is a thinker. And one thing he thinks about a lot is the future. You can see it in his designs—from his reflective red-lacquered laptop for Toshiba to his elegant closed-toe Footprints for Birkenstock to his refined Aliph Jawbone Headset for cell phones. "I believe design's purpose is not only to show us the future, but to bring us the future," he states. Yves Béhar (born 1967) is a Swiss designer and entrepreneur. He is the founder and principal designer of Fuseproject, an award-winning industrial design and brand development firm. Béhar is also Chief Creative Officer of the wearable technology company Jawbone, and Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of August, a smart lock company. Béhar's design work emphasizes the integration of commercial products with sustainability and social good. In 2011, the Conde Nast Innovation and Design Awards recognized him as Designer of the Year. His clients have included Herman Miller, Movado, PUMA, Kodak, MINI, Western Digital, See Better to Learn Better, General Electric, Swarovski, Samsung, Happiest Baby, Jimmyjane, and Prada.
 
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