Our top 10 favourite bargains for the office this Amazon Prime Day

Whether you’re looking to improve your employees’ setup or spruce up your home working space, Top Business Tech shares its favourite office items to purchase this Prime Day.

The sudden shift to working from home meant that many individuals were building an office space and rushing to purchase whatever was available last year. As we move into the era of hybrid working and definite what constitutes our ‘new normal,’ now is an excellent time to review your workspace, be it at home or at the office, to ensure that your environment is comfortable and conducive to working well. Given this and the final hours of Prime Day, we share our top 10 favourite bargains: 

1. Samsung’s Curved FullHD 1080p Monitor

We’re a big fan of the curved screen at Top Business Tech as it provides a more immersive experience to users and can block distraction. Samsung’s LC32T550FDRXXU 32″ T55 1000R Curved FullHD 1080p Monitor with Speakers is an excellent choice for anyone who has multiple tabs open at once. 

2. Hbada Ergonomic Office Chair, Modern High-Back Desk Chair, Reclining Computer Chair with Lumbar Support

Ergonomic chairs were some of the first items to sell out at the start of the pandemic, and quite rightly, too; lumbar support and adjustable height on a chair can help ensure that you sit at your desk correctly

3. Trust Gaming GXT 232 Mantis Streaming Gaming Microphone for PC

Though marketed as a microphone for gaming, the Trust Gaming GXT microphone for PC is an improved solution to ensuring that your voice is carried with clarity during zoom calls. 

More and more offices and flexible working spaces are opting to create video call spaces that are optimised to create the best video call environment. 

4. lgato Ring Light, Premium Edge-Lit Ring Light

Continuing on the topic of video calls, the Igato Right light will pair nicely with the Trust Gaming GXT 232 to deliver a high-quality video call. Good lighting is often credited as the key way to present oneself better on video call, and its circular shape will shine light evenly across your face. 

5. Adjustable Laptop Stand for Desk

If you are working between the home and office, there is a chance that you’re working from a laptop. To ensure that you are sat in the best way possible for your health, it may be worth investing in a laptop stand to ensure that your laptop screen is elevated to eye level to prevent you from craning your neck and causing tension. 

6. FLEXISPOT Sit Stand Desk Standing Desk Height Adjustable Desk Converter

If your working set-up is a little more developed, then perhaps a wider, adjustable desk converter is the solution to improve upon your working set-up. FLEXISPOT’s adjustable stand offers more variation to how you work, an excellent solution if you are someone who struggles to take breaks from sitting.

7. Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard

Following on from this, separating your keyboard from your laptop screen with an ergonomic keyboard will give you more options in altering your setup.

8. No Touch Forehead Digital Thermometer

If your office does not have a no-touch digital thermometer, it could be a good idea to invest in one. A high temperature is one of the symptoms of COVID-19, and diligence across the office is key in mitigating against a further spread of the virus. 

9. Philips Series 2000i Connected Air Purifier

Though this will not prevent the spread of COVID-19, it will remove odours from the office and will help protect employees who suffer from hayfever, which will be particularly useful now summer has started.


10. Bladeless Tower Fan

As the weather starts to improve in the UK and we start to see hotter days, so too will the office and your working space. Stay cool with an oscillating tower fan from Acoolir.

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Amber Donovan-Stevens

Amber is a Content Editor at Top Business Tech

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