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  • Relaxation pods for the office
  • Relaxation pods for the office
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Relaxation pods for the office

Going for a cigarette break, sitting in a bathroom cubicle, stepping out for some air - the need to a few minutes out of our sometimes overwhelming workspace is something we all experience, some more regularly than others. In place of these less-than-relaxing bathroom breaks, the Orrb is especially designed to give office workers some time to themselves.



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