FEL91141

Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue

9.2" x 7.9" x 0.8" Dimension - Blue - Gel, Rubber, Polyurethane - Stain Resistant

Reg. Price $20.99

Our Price $16.49 Each

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Increases wrist support, relieves pressure and provides comfort
Easy-to-clean with damp cloth
Stain-resistant
Nonskid rubber backing stays put
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SKU
FEL91141
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
91141
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Type
Mouse Pad
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Features
Non-skid Base
Durability
Stain Resistant
Recycled
No

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Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue
 
3.9

(based on 7 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (4)

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    (2)

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57%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Design (5)
  • Functional (5)
  • Quality construction (3)

Cons

  • Well built / quality (3)

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Reviewed by 7 customers

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5.0

Pretty pink pad

By Margie03

from Undisclosed

Pros

  • microban to help manage bacteria

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

    Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

    I don't have windows in my workspace, the color is very cheerful and bright and I love the support to my wrist using the mouse. I will order one for m keyboard as well. I love that the microban is there to help control the bacterial exposure for me.

     
    5.0

    Excellent Mousepad

    By Darty

    from Undisclosed

    Pros

    • Design
    • Functionality
    • Quality construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

        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.

         
        3.0

        Bad choice of materials

        By 808duffer

        from Undisclosed

        Pros

        • Functionality

        Cons

        • Design
        • Quality Construction

        Best Uses

          Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

          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.

           
          5.0

          awesome product

          By btyson

          from Undisclosed

          Pros

          • Design
          • Functionality
          • Quality construction

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

              Love that it cushions my wrist, and keeps my hand in place. Decreases stress on my joints

               
              5.0

              Awesome Product

              By thebestthereis

              from Undisclosed

              Pros

              • Design
              • Functionality
              • Quality construction
              • Warranty

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

                  This thing has saved me from many months of pain. It is literally so good that if I cant find a computer without one, I wont use their mouse. The gel feels amazing on my wrist and I can relax and use the mouse like it is suppose to be used!

                   
                  3.0

                  I Hvae To Agree

                  By ebbill

                  from Undisclosed

                  Pros

                  • Design
                  • Functionality

                  Cons

                  • Quality Construction
                  • Warranty

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

                    I have to agree with the lady about trying to get some work done with a warped mouse pad. Everything she states is true because I experience the same event. I have not gone through four in a year but I have gone through 2 in three years. The second didn't last as long as the first one and had to be thrown out because it was leaking so badly. I really like the way the gel pad supports my wrist when mousing but the durability of the product is sub-standard. I do not think that research and development testing these products for endurance. Maybe they plan for them to deteriorate within a year so the consumer has to buy another. Well this consumer is over it and I will go back to using a hand towel as my wrist rest for the keyboard and I will just get a regular cheap mouse pad for mousing. Sorry Fellowes, I really like your office supplies but the gel products are not working for me

                    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    The adhesive should last as long as the product

                    By RosieFbxAK

                    from Undisclosed

                    Pros

                    • Design

                    Cons

                    • adhesive #fail
                    • Functionality
                    • Quality Construction
                    • the pad has to be replaced long before it should b
                    • Warranty

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Fellowes Gel Mousepad/Wrist Rest - Crystals, Blue:

                      Yes - this is almost verbatim with another review I wrote. The products are slightly different, but the problems is exactly the same. This is a hard plastic 'mouse pad' with a nice gel wrist support. It *should* last a VERY long time. I've used the cheap, spongy mouse pads for a couple years at a time and this one from Fellowes should AT LEAST outlive one of those. Oh! The plastic holds up. And the gel wrist pad holds up. But the adhesive that holds the top plastic with to the body plastic fails withing a few months. My pad is not exposes to heat, cold, OR liquids or anything that would break down the adhesive. However, I'm on my 4th pad in a YEAR because as the adhesive fails it causes the top plastic to warp. Sure - you can push it back down and it will stick for a while, but I'm trying to WORK here. If my mouse won't slide from side to side smoothly, if I have to keep pushing down the warped spots, then the product has FAILED. Plain and simple. I have to wonder if Fellowes tests their products for any length of time of if they do this on purpose just to make sure you have to replace their fancy mouse pad 6x more often than you had to with the cheap, spongy ones. Of course I'll buy another one, I have to. For the COST of one of these they should LAST!

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