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Kensington Keyboard Wrist Pillow

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      20.11.2010 14:04
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      I got one of the wrist pillows by kensington when I needed a bit of extra support for my wrists. I was getting tired hands and aching from typing too much and the idea of getting a wrist support came in my head.

      I looked about and ended up with this weird shaped foam wrist support strip that cost me £3.99. I think the price is about right for it, most of the same sort of supports are at least that maybe more. I was happy with what I paid when I got this one.

      I could pick from a blue support or a black one. At the time I had a rubbish hama mouse mat that I didn't get on with and I got the blue wrist support to go with it. I think it looked ok but the black one did look good too.

      The wrist support was easy to set up and I had to put it in front of the keyboard so I could rest my wrist on it when I was using it. It was a shaped support and I think it had a bit of an crazy shape that dipped in a couple of places and didn't feel as great as a straight support can for me.


      The size of the support was good as it was long enough and it ran along the length of the keyboard ok. The support pad was made using a gel middle that had a firm jelly feel, I liked that part because it was more comfortable.

      The spaces and shaped bits are there to let your wrists and hands fall in a natural way but I ended up catching my watch on those bits on and off and had to take it off. I didn't like that bit about the wrist support because it wasted my time to keep taking off my watch.


      I did think the height of the support pad was good and if I jiggled about a bit I could get a more comfortable position with it. The wrist pad had a non slip base that was good because unlike my skinny hama mouse mat that I used with this, it stayed put. No slipping at all.

      For £3.99 I think this is an ok wrist support. Its fine in lots of ways but I kept catching my watch and my wrists dipped in the parts that are shaped a lot and I didn't like that. I used this for a few months and it was still in good shape when I got rid of it.

      I would recommend the wrist pad support only if you want the shaped support channels this one has, if not go for a flat one which is better and won't catch your hand or watch like this can.

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