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Fellowes® Gel Crystals Mouse Pad With Wrist Rest, 1"H x 7.94"W x 9.25"D, Blue Item # 277398
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- Mouse pads is optical-mouse friendly. Offers accurate tracking.
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|warranty length||1-year limited|
Fellowes® Gel Crystals Mouse Pad With Wrist Rest, 1H x 7.94W x 9.25D, Blue is rated out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Laura from Love this Mouse Pad I like this over traditional mouse pads as the gel is cool to the touch and conforms well with your wrist. Also it is easy to clean. Love it!
Date published: 2018-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by RetiredinTX from Cool Mouse Pad This gel mouse pad is great. They last a long time, except when your cat punctures it trying to get on your desk. I pair it with an 8x9 mouse pad on top to increase the size of the pad area. The gel pad is cool and comfortable for use over long periods time. I wouldn't use anything else.
Date published: 2017-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Darty from Excellent Mousepad I work in IT, so being at the computer all day is rather taxing, especially with a taller mouse. A lot of my co-workers use this particular mouse pad (some of which affected with carpal tunnel) and they swear by it. I just got it a few days ago myself, one for work and one for home. So far I think it's very comfortable and practical. Keeps my wrist at the perfect height and makes things a lot easier to do at work.
Date published: 2015-10-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by 808duffer from Bad choice of materials The mouse pad works fine and the gel wrist rest is very comfortable. The problem with this model is that they chose bad materials for the wrist rest. As far as I can tell, the rest is hollow and filled with some sort of gel material. The weight of your hand on the rest will eventually cause it to rupture, then the gel seeps out and makes a mess at your computer station. Not what I would call intelligent design. The designers must know that at a certain point in time, the rest will fail. Why fill it with something that will make a mess at the end of life? Makes no sense to me.
Date published: 2015-07-11
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