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Fellowes® Climate Control And Footrest
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Fellowes® Climate Control And Footrest

Item # 678303
Features 3 temperature settings — cool fan, low heat and high heat
  • Soothes your feet or functions as a free-standing fan/mini-heater.
  • Versatile unit radiates safe, even heat.
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CCFR Product Tour

  1. Climate-Control
  2. Auto-Off
  3. Height Adjustable
  4. Surface Massage Bumps
  5. Energy Efficient
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Climate-Control

Features three temperature settings: cool fan, low heat, and high heat

Auto-Off

8-hour auto-off feature

Height Adjustable

Adjustable footrest elevates feet/legs to help relieve lower back pressure and improve posture

Surface Massage Bumps

Surface massage bumps help relieve work-related stress

Energy Efficient

Requires only 250 watts/2.1 amps to run

CCFR Overview

  • All Day Comfort and Support

    • Sitting in a chair for hours at a time without proper back and foot support can cause back discomfort and pain. If your chair does not adjust to provide proper lumbar support, use a backrest with a foot support to main correct posture.
    • Foot supports elevate your feet and legs to help relieve lower back pressure and improve posture as they encourage the user into a neutral seated position to increase back support. 
  • Climate Control Footrest

    The multi-functional Fellowes® Climate Control Footrest supports your personal comfort in every way! Versatile unit works as a footrest or offers free-standing climate control. Features three temperature settings: cool fan, low heat, and high heat. 8-Hour Auto-off feature. Adjustable footrest elevates feet/legs to help relieve lower back pressure and improve posture. Surface massage bumps help relieve work-related stress. Economical – requires only 250 watts/2.1 amps to run. ETL approved.

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Specifications
Platform Dimensions (W x D) 16-3/8" x 10-1/4" 16-1/2" x 10-1/2"
Height Adjustment 5-1/2", 6-1/2" 4-1/4", 5-3/4"
Sliding Platform
Yes
Watts/Amps 250/2.1 90/0.75
Features
8 Hour Auto-Off
Yes
Yes
Certifications ETL Approved UL Approved

CCFR 4 Well-Being Zones

  1. Zone 1: Back Tension
  2. Zone 2: Wrist Pressure
  3. Zone 3: Neck, Shoulder and Eye Strain
  4. Zone 4: Environment
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Zone 1: Back Tension

Did You Know? Almost 7 out of 10 people experience back pain while working at their desks*

Solution: If your chair does not adjust to provide proper lumbar support, use a backrest with a foot support to maintain correct posture.

*Results based on 1,000 surveys. Toluna Research. August 2012.

Zone 2: Wrist Pressure

Did You Know? Almost 4 out of 10 people experience pain in their wrists, hands, and/or arms while working at their desks*

Solution: Wrist supports help to align your wrists and redistribute pressure points to help relieve pain and prevent potential injury.

* Results based on 1,000 surveys. Toluna Research. August 2012

Zone 3: Neck, Shoulder and Eye Strain

Did You Know? Almost 5 out of 10 people experience neck pain, eye strain, and/or headaches while working at their desks*

Solution: Keyboard managers, laptop/monitor supports and document holders place your keyboard, mouse, screen and documents in the optimal position for neutral posture.

*Results based on 1,000 surveys. Toluna Research. August 2012.

Zone 4: Environment

Did You Know? The air inside your home or office may be 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outdoors*

Solution: Fellowes air purifiers safely remove 99.7% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, including pollen, ragweed and other allergens, mold spores, dust mites, viruses, germs, pet dander, cigarette smoke and odors

*"Questions About Your Community: Indoor Air."
Environmental Protection Agency. 27 February 2012.
http://www.epa.gov/region1/communities/indoorair.html

 

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