Enhanced versatility: Watson’s Jot and Tak

Watson Desking released the Jot and Tak privacy screens/office dividers. As the names suggest, the former lends itself to scribbling quick notes on its surface, while the latter is more suited to accessory attachment. Both Jot and Tak are designed for ease of use, high functionality and enhanced versatility.

Jot is finished on both sides with marker board laminate, while Tak is a more traditional-style divider and privacy screen composed of a dual-sided, fabric-covered surface. Attachable to all Watson desks with simple clamping hardware, both products are available in multiple styles, different heights and different lengths Both are upholstered with a 100 percent recycled content textile, and both employ a 90 percent recycled content homosote core. Stand-alone versions of both Jot and Tak are also available.

Watson was established over 45 years ago.  

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