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Shinoda Co., Ltd. No need to lift your wrist every time. Armrests with spherical casters allow you to concentrate for longer. A total of 90 units were sold without much advertising.

[Shinoda Co., Ltd.] No need to lift your wrist every time. Armrests with spherical casters allow you to concentrate for longer. A total of 90 units were sold without much advertising.

*View in browser* *Shinoda Co., Ltd.*
Press release: June 28, 2024
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No need to lift your wrist every time. Armrests with spherical casters allow you to concentrate for longer. A total of 90 units were sold without much advertising.
*Developed for people who spend long hours in front of a computer. You don’t have to lift your arm between the keyboard and mouse, and the armrest supports it when you move. This item is perfect for people who do writing, data entry, games, handicrafts, and precision work. * It all started when the developer himself was writing a novel and playing a game when he thought, “I wish there was one.”
The exact effect of “dynamic armrest” is…
You don’t have to lift your arms* anymore! *No need to rub*! Traditional armrests need to do so between keyboard and mouse, so * Trivial stress builds up* and people finally cry out, “I’m tired,” and *wander somewhere*
It had gone out. Developed by a fried chicken shop owner who aspires to be a writer based on his own experience and requests. *A neglected problem* has finally been solved!

Shinoda Co., Ltd. (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Shisho Shinoda), whose motto is zero-based thinking at all times and invention and ingenuity under limited environments, has created a “Dynamic Armrest” for those who spend long hours at a computer. ” developed. *
The key point is that a ball caster is attached to the bottom of the armrest* so that the arm can move freely and obediently in the direction you want*.

It has already been released from April 2024 on its own sales website, and without much advertising * 90 pieces *
Sold. Having gained confidence in our product, we decided to take on the challenge of crowdfunding “Campfire.”

URL: * https://camp-fire.jp/projects/762866/*

Applications are accepted until July 31st.
Try a campfire!
Period: 6/15 Starts at 7:00. Ends at 23:00 on 7/31. Recruitment amount: 500,000 yen
Background of dynamic armrest development
Mr. Shinoda, the developer and president of the company, has bought and used various armrests, palm rests, and wrist rests with his own money, but all of them are 1. * Requires raising and lowering the arm and is tiring *
In the end, I stopped using it because of things like 2. *I can’t reach the depths of the desk* and 3. *The friction is uncomfortable and makes me tired*.
In short, traditional armrests, palm rests, and wrist rests are a source of dissatisfaction!
By the way, it’s *inconvenient to carry*! Too big, too heavy…

-Details of dissatisfaction with conventional products-
◆Dissatisfaction with conventional *fixed type*
It’s nice to have support for your arm, but the fact that you have to lift your hand for a moment when you want to press a mouse or other remote key made me think, “I wish they could do something better!”

◆Dissatisfaction with conventional *mechanical*
There is a mechanical armrest that supports the elbows, but if you place the keyboard at the back of the desk, it will get stuck and will not function*
was. “That was expensive!” I thought.

◆Dissatisfaction with conventional* wheel-type*

There was also an armrest with wheels instead of a sphere. However, even though I was going in the direction I wanted to go, the trajectory would waver for a moment as the wheels changed direction, and my arms would not move in a straight line. “*
What is this sudden, sharp fluctuation? * It was a moment when I felt disgusted.
Then let’s create the ideal one ourselves! I decided.

Then let’s create the ideal one ourselves! I decided. Moving armrest with ball casters at the bottom instead of wheels. *Dynamic, which is the English word for dynamic*
With this, the “Dynamic Armrest” is completed.

The armrest supports your arm and moves with it! It’s easy.
Concentration time will increase.
The effects of introducing dynamic armrests are…
The dynamic armrest uses *ball casters* to move smoothly and freely. Therefore, the arm* remains supported and moves in a straight line in the direction you want to go*
I can move. It’s as if an unsung hero follows you everywhere. Reduces fatigue and stress,* increasing concentration time. * Who do you want to use it…
*A person who spends long hours facing a computer*. in particular,

Text writing system: writers, editors,
Data entry type: People who use spreadsheets for office work, taxes, statistics, etc.
Gamers: e-sports players, people who play online games
I would like it to be used by people who create texts and input data. I would like it to be used by creative and game-related people. I would like it to be used by people who do precision work,
handicrafts, and desk-based cognitive prevention work.
Convenient to carry. It flexes so it has an excellent hold.
Product Specifications
Material: The arm resting part is foam rubber, the ball caster part is plastic and iron.
Weight: 68g
Size: width approx. 100mm, depth approx. 50mm, height approx. 27mm Color: black
The fried chicken restaurant opened in 2014.
Company Profile
Shinoda Co., Ltd.
Business details Entrepreneurship consulting, food and beverage development and retail, miscellaneous goods development and sales, Japanese language education
Year of establishment: 2011
https://shinoda.jp/
https://dynamicarmrest.com/
4-2-1 Yoga, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 1580097
Main phone number: 03-6877-1252
They also sell a seasoning called Kokou Salt. We have sold over 4,000 units since April last year.
Representative director in charge of this matter: Shisho Shinoda Person in charge phone: 080-5376-7264
Email shishoh@shinoda.jp
History: Graduated from Waseda University Faculty of Education, salesman at Meiwa Estate, lecturer at Waseda Academy Singapore, bar exam ronin, started Tokyo Cyberspace and sold it, started
Mitsumori.com and went bankrupt, part-time worker (McDonald’s kitchen, Goldman Sachs Securities odd jobs, etc.) (Cabaret club driver), system consultant at Mitsubishi UFJ Bank, and started Shinoda Co., Ltd. to this day. My dream is to start a business overseas, live in a treehouse, and write essays.
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