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Fellowes Gel Leatherette Flex Rest Blue

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      11.04.2012 16:24
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      When my employer offered to get me some wrist supports for my PC he picked out the Kensington Duo Wrist Rest and told me to get a mouse support and refund me. Whilst at PC World that week I saw the Fellowes Gel Leatherette Flex Rest which is what I had used at a previous job. As I knew from my past use this was a strong supportive wrist rest and my last one had lasted over 5 years and was still going strong when I left. It was priced at £4.95 at the time from PC World

      The Fellowes Gel Flex Rest is presented in a small moulded plastic case simply stating what it was. The support was shaped like a kidney as it roughly 12 cm long x 8 cm wide. The depth is slightly tapered so your wrist inclines up it towards the mouse. The shape is designed to conform to your wrist and helps to redistributes painful pressure points

      The support is a transparent gel and can be bought in Black Blue or Purple but mine was Blue. It looks stylish on your desk and is quite compact.

      Since using the support along with the keyboard support I have found my wrists feel much better. There is no aching now or the burning sensation you get after a long period on the mouse and I feel my wrists are much more supported. The support is sleek and soft so is comfortable to use and is a lot tougher than other I have tried. I found this better as I do often have more pressure on my hand on the mouse than on the keyboard.

      I have had the Fellowes for going on a year now and it still looks and supports as good as new

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