FEL9179401

Fellowes Photo Gel Keyboard Wrist Rest with Microban Protection

Sandy Beach - 2.3" x 18.6" x 0.8" Dimension - Multicolor - Rubber, Polyurethane, Gel - Stain Resistant

Reg. Price $19.99

Our Price $16.68 Each

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Self-adjusting gel wrist support conforms to your wrist
Microban antimicrobial protection keeps products cleaner
Stain-resistant polyurethane covering wipes clean
Nonskid rubber backing
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SKU
FEL9179401
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
9179401
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Type
Wrist Rest
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Features
Non-skid Base
Durability
Stain Resistant

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Fellowes Photo Gel Keyboard Wrist Rest with Microban Protection
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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2.0

Smells terrible!

By AGuyAndHisComputer

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Pros

  • Functionality
  • Quality construction

Cons

  • smells terrible!

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    Comments about Fellowes Photo Gel Keyboard Wrist Rest with Microban Protection:

    This wrist guard smells terrible! It made my entire computer room smell!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

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    By ChrisWest

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    Pros

    • Design
    • Functionality
    • Quality construction
    • Reliable Manufacturer

    Cons

    • not user friendly in accessing
    • sealed package

    Best Uses

      Comments about Fellowes Photo Gel Keyboard Wrist Rest with Microban Protection:

      I have spent the weekend searching for Gel Wrist Pads. Department stores, computer and office supply retailers apparently no longer carry the gel type wrist pads. I found only one in stock and it is the Fellowes Microban model CRC 9179401. It is not the photo or background display I would have normally chosen being a long beach scene with no ships or persons and not much in detail. The alternatives mostly are the fiber wrist pads which I believe will rub rather than glide. The only complaint that I would have about the item is not the item itself but the packaging. Sealed to prevent separation that is wrist pad from package, it is sealed such that there is no perforated opening and requires scissors that could damage the wrist pad in opening. No way to easily open the package and start using it immediately. Suggest a new packaging design and more scenic options.

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