FEL91741

Fellowes Gel Wrist Rest and Mouse Pad - Graphite/Platinum

10.1" x 6.3" x 0.9" Dimension - Platinum, Graphite - Gel, Lycra - Wear Resistant, Tear Resistant

Reg. Price $26.99

Our Price $17.88 Each

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Ergonomically designed to conform to your wrist
Redistributes pressure points for exceptional comfort
Optical mouse-friendly for superior tracking control
Durable covering withstands daily wear and tear
Nonskid base holds wrist rest firmly in place
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SKU
FEL91741
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
91741
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Type
Mouse Pad
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Features
Non-skid Base
Durability
Wear Resistant
Recycled
No

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Fellowes Gel Wrist Rest and Mouse Pad - Graphite/Platinum
 
3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

I've been using this mousepad for as long as I can remember

By R0BG

from Undisclosed

Pros

  • comfort
  • design
  • Functionality
  • Quality Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Fellowes Gel Wrist Rest and Mouse Pad - Graphite/Platinum:

      I love this mousepad, I used one for over 10 years and managed to find a replacement then but now I'm looking for my 3rd because I've worn the cover off of the wrist wrest again. I love this product, please keep making it!

       
      1.0

      Piece of Junk, Frankly

      By IrritatedCustomer

      from Undisclosed

      Pros

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        • Quality Construction

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          Comments about Fellowes Gel Wrist Rest and Mouse Pad - Graphite/Platinum:

          I had one of these mouse rests for many years but finally had to replace it because the mouse pad became too shiny. The new one that I purchased less than a year ago has gel that doesn't spring back and is now permanently indented, making the rest useless and painful. Seriously, you guys need to look into your supply chain because this product, which was once high quality, is not an overpriced piece of junk.

           
          1.0

          The new one is not as soft as the older model

          By hanko

          from Undisclosed

          Pros

          • None

          Cons

          • Functionality

          Best Uses

            Comments about Fellowes Gel Wrist Rest and Mouse Pad - Graphite/Platinum:

            The wrist pad part of the pad is much lower and not as soft. It really does not replace my old version. The older pad part ,where you wrist sits is much softer and bigger. For me that works.

             
            5.0

            great product

            By RepeatCustomer

            from Undisclosed

            Pros

            • Design
            • Functionality
            • Quality construction

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                Comments about Fellowes Gel Wrist Rest and Mouse Pad - Graphite/Platinum:

                Another great purchase from Fellowes. I love my new gel mouse pad and it definitely help support my wrist.

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