9 Office Accessories You Need in 2019

Written on Tuesday, 27 November 2018

In an ever-evolving world of technology, it’s hard to keep up with the latest must-have gadgets for your office. Figuring out ways to improve office productivity is an ongoing challenge, so why not equip the team with some of the latest - and most useful - office accessories?


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1. Think Board XL - Reusable Writing Surface, £39.99 

Think Board is a clear film that can turn any surface into a whiteboard writing surface. All you have to do is peel and stick. So you can put your Think Board up on meeting room walls, doors, desks, fridges – anywhere you want to get creative!

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2. Daylight Desk Lights, £38.99

These handy desk lights will bring the energising benefits of the sun indoors, delivering the specific spectrum of light necessary to maintain peak performance. Daylight Desk Lights are reportedly proven to improve mood, energy, cognitive functioning, focus and productivity. You can shop a great range of LED desk lamps on Amazon.

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3. Hard Silver Metal Aluminium Mouse Pad, £19.99

This sleek mouse pad looks great on your desk and works like a dream. Thanks to its contemporary design, it will complement your laptop or computer and is much nicer to slide your mouse on than a rubbery fabric or wooden surface. null Image Source: Amazon

 

4. The Anchor, £11.99

‘The Anchor’ is a small desk gadget that sticks underneath your desk and lets you hang or hook things up. Whether it’s your headphones, car keys or laptop bag, it’s a useful little office accessory that can help you declutter your workspace!

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5. Dyson Cool Desk Fan, £249

It's definitively the most futuristic desk accessory you can get your hands on. Not only does the Dyson Desk Fan look cool but it’s probably one of the best fans out there in terms of functionality and low-key operation. This covetable gadget quietly fans out a gentle breeze while continuously regulating the temperature of the room.

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6. Kalibri Monitor Stand Riser, £35.40

Keep your workstation on trend with the stylish Kalibri Monitor Riser. It’s ideal for avoiding eye strain and ensures your desk setup meets optimum eye level requirements – not only does it look sleek and stylish, but it’ll also prevent scratches and slips, thanks to its cork sliders underneath. It also comes in a range of colours including, black, white and silver.  

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7. Fluid Standing Desk Balance Board, £149.95

How brave are you feeling? If you’re ready to revolutionise your office and go standing, the Standing Desk Balance Board enhances physical activity while you work. Of course, you’ll need to invest in standing desks first The Balance Board helps you break free from your routine and bring some fun into the workplace. Find out more and shop here.null

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8. Ember Smart Coffee Mug, £79.95

The Ember Ceramic Mug keeps your beverages at the perfect temperature from the first sip to the very last drop, making you the source of your colleagues’ envy!   null

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9. Olayer Mini Office Hammock Footrest, £7.99

This footrest is a desk hammock designed specifically for resting your feet in a comfortable position. It will hook onto either side of any desk with two metallic clips. You can also adjust the length of the rope to optimise comfort. null

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What do you think of our office accessories favourites for 2019? Tweet us at @OregaOffices!

If you’re looking for more tips on how to boost productivity in your office, read our blog: 16 Ways to Boost Office Productivity.

 

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