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FEL9287401

Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue

3.2" x 18.1" x 1" - Blue - Foam

Reg. Price $24.49

Our Price $15.74 Each

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Soft place where your wrists can rest
Innovative FoamFusion Technology provides superior comfort and softness to help relieve wrist pressure
Microban antimicrobial protection keeps product cleaner
Curved keyboard wrist rest design for added comfort
Soft, breathable material with nonskid backing withstands daily use
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SKU
FEL9287401
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
9287401
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Type
Wrist Rest
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Color
Blue
Material
Foam
Weight (Approximate)
8 oz
Features
Tear Resistant
Recycled
No

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Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue
 
4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Good comfort

By Dnewt

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    Comments about Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue:

    Good comfort and rest easy on wrist. Durable and able to use.

     
    4.0

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    By Erick

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      Comments about Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue:

      Comfortable to use, great color.

       
      5.0

      Great Product

      By Octavius

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          Comments about Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue:

          This is a great purchase. The memory foam is the greatest feature it has. It is comfortable and the material makes it easy to get use to. The bottom also has a good grip to keep from sliding when typing or not in use.

           
          5.0

          Wrist rest

          By EJOL

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              Comments about Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue:

              This product definitely helps my wrist when I am typing

               
              5.0

              Best Purchase Ever

              By 2014KRBH2014

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                  Comments about Fellowes PlushTouch Keyboard Wrist Rest with FoamFusion Technology - Blue:

                  This wrist rest is the best ever. It has a firm squishiness so my wrists are supported really well. The bottom has a non-skid grip that stops it from sliding all over my desk. The material is soft and easy to clean. I will definitely be buying other products like this one.

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