Hama Mouse Pad Pro Water Reviews
Product Type: Hama input accessories
Description:Model ID 00052264 / Hama Mouse Pad Pro Water - Mouse pad with wrist pillow - blue / Hama is committed to developing and delivering products that achieve the highest performance at a most competitive price, within easy reach of everybody. Hama has dedicated manufacturing ... more
Hama Mouse Pad Pro Water ... facilities and partners all over the world to meet the needs of all its customers for years to come.
Ergonomically formed mouse pad;
Wrist rest with foam content, which adjusts to your wrist during the use;
Optimal formability and resilience;
Comfortable cushion features;
Reduces pressure points and prevents from pain in the wrist;
Solid form with plastic border;
Non-skid rubber coated base.
Newest Review: ... has a wrist cushion which is made from a foamy type material that squishes down to the curve of my wrist when I use it. ... more
Customer Hama Mouse Pad Pro Water Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/11/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Hama Mouse Pad "pro", Water If you can have such a thing as a favourite mouse mat then this is mine. I spend a lot of time at my computer and I sometimes suffer form a sore pain in my hand, it was my husband that initially suggested trying out a more supportive mouse mat and I was pleasantly surprised that this did help to relieve some of the pain. As well as being much more comfortable to use than a basic flat mouse mat this also looks really nice with an idyllic cool blue water pattern. The mat has a wrist cushion which is made from a foamy type material that squishes down to the curve of my wrist when I use it. However, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I was given this mouse pad as a Christmas present last year and I think it is absolutely brilliant. For quite a few years I was putting up with those rubbery ones with the inbuilt gel pad for the wrist and the fabric surface for the pad. And then after a while, the fabric surface started to get dirty and fray at the edges and the whole thing started to look really untidy on my desk. So when I got this new one I was quite excited by it (OK, I'm getting excited about a mouse pad - I really do need to get out more!!) Well, what do you get? For a start, I didn't realise that they were fairly expensive, coming in at around the £11 mark on line, when most other ... Read the complete review
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