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Focal Locus Workstation

Sitting is bad for you. The Focal Locus Workstation ($1,450) is not. It uses a specially designed seat that sits atop a pivoting leg and an angled footpad integrated into the base to allow you to rest somewhere between sitting and standing, encouraging movement as well as blood and oxygen flow. A matching desk angles down to complement the seat; aluminum, steel, hardwood laminate and polymer construction round out the feature set. [Scouted by Philip]

  • Ti2 Pen

    Add a small touch of class to your office by ditching your disposable for a Ti2 Pen ($55 and up). Based on the Pilot HITEC C pen system, the Ti2 is machined out of grade 2 titanium for strength, looks, and corrosion resistance, features four parts — a cap, main body tube, dual threaded front, and threaded endcap — and is available with your choice of color and size.

  • Moleskine Click Roller Pen

    Why would Moleskine get into the pen-making business? To make a pen that matches its notebooks, of course. The Moleskine Click Roller Pen ($11) is designed to be an ideal companion for a Moleskine notebook, with a rectangular shape and rubber clip that are specifically fitted to attach to the cover of a Moleskine journal, and a retractable point that ensures you don't accidentally write all over yourself or the inside of your bag.