Why are desktops tilt-adjustable on growth-adaptable children’s desks?

Healthy sitting promotes a healthy back

When it comes to learning and sitting at a child’s desk, healthy sitting is our top priority. Only an ergonomic desk and swivel chair can meet the demands of today’s children while improving health and posture. The longer your child sits at the desk, the more important the desk is. The results of an incorrect posture at a child’s desk are back pain, muscle tension, and headaches. These symptoms can also affect your child’s performance. However, none of these side effects have to occur. They can be minimized and reduced by dynamic sitting. The secret to dynamic sitting is frequently changing positions when working at a desk, which helps avoid a constant, incorrect posture. Good children’s desks support dynamic sitting by including a tilting tabletop feature.

The special slanting functions of the moll children’s desk

The children’s desks from moll support your child in a variety of ways for healthy sitting when doing homework, crafts, writing, learning, and playing. One of the cornerstones to healthy sitting is the inclination function of the moll children’s desk. This function is simple and easy to use and therefore offers the best conditions for dynamic sitting. The inclination function supports the upright and straight posture of your child. Many tasks often lead to the problem that the child has to lean forward, and thus bend their back when the tabletop is flat. When tilted, the tabletop is angled towards your child and allows them to work in an upright position.

The moll Champion desk has an easy-to-use rope pull system to adjust the angle of the desk.

The moll Joker desk has a 10-step classic tilt adjustment.

Desks come equipped with a magnetic ruler or anti-slip guard to prevent items from sliding off the desk when tilted.

Different activities require different inclinations

The moll children’s desk can be adjusted so that the angle of the inclination matches the respective task. When painting and drawing, for example, it is recommended that the work surface is between 0 and 5°. When writing, the angle should be between 8 and 12°, and when reading, an inclination between 15 and 20° is recommended. The inclination itself can be achieved in different ways with the moll children’s desks. The moll Champion desks feature a premium incline system, where the tilt is adjusted with an easy rope pull system — one raises the desktop, and the other lowers it. The moll Joker desks feature a classic 10-step tilt system, where the desktop is manually raised and lowered. All components of the desk are child-safe, including the grease that assists the tilt systems — it is derived from the food industry and will not harm your child even if it touches their skin.