These memory foam wrist rests by CushionCare are designed in such a way that they keep the wrists from being able to bend backwards while users are typing or using the mouse. They help to take some of the pressure from the shoulders and provide a softer surface for the wrist to lie on.
The rest's thickness is the same thickness as my keyboard and large enough so that it covers a large area to provide my wrists the cushioning they need. The wrist pad and it's accompanying free mouse pad, made from high quality form, match each other and are very soft and comfortable.
Ever experienced painful and tingling sensation on your fingers when using your laptop or your PC? Has your arm and hands become numb due to hours of typing and encoding? Avoid wrist complications like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome now!
The CushionCare Keyboard Wrist Pad is finally here to offer the ergonomic support you need.
- MADE OF DURABLE, HIGH - QUALITY FOAM - This keyboard wrist pad is made from High Quality Foam, Lightweight, Comfortable and Ergonomic! It is Durable and is Ideal for Longer Hours of Use
- SO EASY TO USE - This Keyboard Wrist Pad Conforms to Hand Weight, yet does not lose its Shape. Its non-skid backing holds pad firmly in place.
- PREVENTS INJURIES - This Product will Help you Maintain Proper Wrist Alignment, and Will Help you Avoid Joint and Wrist problems (rheumatoid arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome)
- COMFORTABLE TO USE - The CushionCare Keyboard Wrist Pad conforms to wrists for exceptional comfort.
- RISK FREE - With a 3 YEARS WARRANTY, we are committed to our 100% customer satisfaction so if you find that you are not "5-Star Happy" with us or our products then please contact us and we will do whatever it takes to make sure you are 100% happy
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