Fellowes Gliding Palm Support with Microban Protection
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Fellowes Gliding Palm Support with Microban Protection

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Palm support with mouse pad features a Health-V Channel that eliminates pressure on the wrist median nerve to help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome and to reduce typing fatigue. Detached palm design with curved sides glides effortlessly with the mouse to discourage repetitive motion and encourage healthy movement without losing support. Palm guide keeps wrist correctly positioned. Self-adjusting memory foam under the comfortable fabric naturally adjusts to fit any hand. Microban protection keeps the palm support cleaner. Flexible harness keeps palm support attached to your mouse.

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Item # 719035 
Manufacturer # Y96436  
assembly required No
brand name Fellowes
color Black
Country of Origin China
depth 0.8"
Features Antimicrobial
height 11"
manufacturer Fellowes, Inc
material Fabric; Memory Foam
Product Name Gliding Palm Support with Microban Protection
Product Type Wrist Rest
quantity 1
warranty length 1-year limited
weight 5.44 oz
width 9"

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Rated 3 out of 5�by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5�by Worst design and product I've seen with "FELLOWES" name. Gel pad is attached to Mouse with harness, which is not designed with customer convenience. Harness keep sliding on mouse body and gets in a way for using mouse over PAD May 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5�by Definitely Reduces Pain I've had problems with my wrist for a long time. I implemented the tips from Cornell University Ergonomics web page (keyboard trey tilted with negative angle, mouse surface same height as keyboard). These were 80% helpful, but using this Palm Support has improved my comfort to ~95%. I especially like how it glides - this is a unique feature that I was looking for. I think this helps by reducing bad bending of my wrist, keeping it in a more neutral position / reducing pressure. I've had it in my office for more than two years, and I haven't noticed any wear and tear (but I'm at home now, can't examine it closely.) This should be placed at the top of the Mouse Pad section. September 23, 2011
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Hi Kelly,

The answer to your question is no. The wrist rest is sold by itself. It's not part of a keyboard set.
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