MMMWR340LE

3M Keyboard & Mouse Gel Wrist Rest

Black

Reg. Price $34.48

Our Price $26.82 Each

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Soothing gel comfort encourages neutral wrist posture
Antimicrobial additive inhibits the growth of microorganisms
Extra-long size
Nonskid base with Dual-Lock system attaches to keyboard
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SKU
MMMWR340LE
Manufacturer
3M
Manufacturer Part Number
WR340LE
Brand Name
3M
Product Type
Wrist Rest
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Thickness
750 mil

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3M Keyboard & Mouse Gel Wrist Rest
 
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5.0

Judys 3M Gel wrist Rest Review

By JudyMetcalf

from Jerico Springs, MO, United States

Comments about 3M Keyboard & Mouse Gel Wrist Rest:

I received this product Free from BzzAgent.com to try and review. Awesome. I've reviewed this product and here's my input. This product is made very well for comfort and ease while typing.I like it because it fits real well at the bottom of my keyboard and lets me rest my wrists on it while typing and even when i'm using my mouse. Its making my wrists feel better than they do when I don't use it. It's not hard because it has the gel inside that conforms to your wrist and then it bounces back to form when not using it. My hands and arms were always sore after being on my computer for several hours typing and searching. But after using the 3M Gel Wrist Rest, my hands and arms don't hurt anymore. It doesn't take up much room at only a few inches wide and the length of my keyboard, and it's also smoothly curved down in the front where theres no seems killing your wrists after awhile. I really love it and am using it right now while I write my review. If your looking for comfort for your wrists without having pain while doing your business on your computer, I reccomend the 3M Gel Wrist Rest because it works real good and makes my wrists feel good after several hours of typing. I can sit at my computer a lot longer now because my wrists and hands don't hurt. It's an A+++++ for me. Gel Technology is wonderful.

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