Why should a children’s desk be angled?

The possibility of tabletop inclination is a quality feature

Healthy sitting promotes a healthy back

When it comes to learning and sitting at a children’s desk, the principle applies even more than at a desk in the office: healthy sitting is our top priority. Only an ergonomic desk and swivel chair can meet the demands of today’s school day for children without health complications. The longer your child sits at the desk, the more important the desk is. The result of an incorrect posture at the children’s desk is back pain, muscle tension and headaches. These symptoms also affect your child’s performance. However, these consequences do not have to occur. They can be minimized and reduced by dynamic sitting. The secret of dynamic sitting is a constantly changing posture when sitting at the children’s desk. This way you avoid a permanently incorrect posture. Good children’s desks such as these from moll support dynamic sitting by the possibility of tilting the table top.

The special slanting functions of the moll children’s desk

The children’s desks from moll support your child in a variety of ways in healthy sitting when doing homework, handicrafts, writing, learning and playing at the desk. One of these cornerstones of a healthy learning experience is the inclination function of the moll children’s desk. This function is simple and easy to use and therefore offers the best precondition for dynamic sitting. The inclination functions of the moll children’s desk also supports an upright and straight posture of your child. Many tasks of your child often lead to the problem that when the tabletop is in a straight position, the child has to bend forward and thus bend the back. When tilted, the tabletop is coming towards your child and gives him or her the opportunity to work in an upright position.

Depending on the product, moll children’s desks offer different levels of comfort when it comes to adjusting the angle of inclination. The moll “Champion” has a self-explanatory, easy-to-use rope pull technology. …more information

The moll “Joker” uses the “Classic” -height adjustment, with proven hook fitting, for adjustment in 10 steps. …more information

All moll children’s desks come with a slide barrier free of charge, which also has other functions. …more information

Different activities require different inclinations

The moll children’s desk also includes the possibility to adjust the angle of the inclination to the respective task. Because not every task at the desk requires the same angle when tilting the tabletop. When painting and drawing, for example, it is recommended that the worktop be angled at an angle of 0 to 5°. When writing, it is between 8 and 12 ° and when reading, an inclination at an angle between 15 and 20 ° is recommended. The inclination itself can be achieved in different ways with the moll children’s desk. It can be distinguished between the premium and classic inclination. In the case of the premium slanting position, this is achieved via two buttons. With the left button the table top is set at an angle, with the right button the table top is moved back into the straight position. By the way, moll uses harmless materials for all components of the desk. This also applies to the grease in the slant system. It comes from the food industry and is absolutely harmless. In the classic slanting position, the table top is raised. The decelerated lowering can be set exactly. Here, too, the lubricant in the slant system is harmless and does not harm your child even if it accidentally gets on the skin.

In the multimedia report “Correct setting of table and chair“, parents and interested parties learn a great deal about ergonomics, child-oriented writing furniture and how to adjust chairs and tables correctly. Interviews on this topic are held with Dr. Breithecker and Martin Moll. In addition, kids show in videos how easy it is to place moll’s furniture.