Ergonomic Vertical Mouse
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No more soreness
Working long hours can be exhausting for the whole body. You can buy an orthopedic chair, practice proper sitting, but your wrist and forearm still suffer. Finally, there’s a simple solution that will make wrist pains a long-gone memory.
This mouse outperforms any other
Have your forearm in the most stress-free position while using the mouse. Pronation is natural, but not for 8 hours straight! The supination which you have with this mouse is much more comfortable.
Color-changing DPI settings
Find the DPI setting with the special button on the side of the mouse. Different settings make the mouse light with different colors: DPI 800 – red, DPI 1200 – purple, DPI 2000 – green, DPI 3200 – blue.
Thought-out approach to the usability
This mouse is made to make the user experience the most pleasant. Ergonomic and smart design will give you the relief you need. 4.84×2.44×2.95 inches is the perfect size. Forget about discomfort, pains, weakness, and other unpleasant consequences of conventional mice that haven’t been engineered with a thorough ergonomic approach. Fully commit to your work and do it with great ease and comfort.
15 reviews for Ergonomic Vertical Mouse
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I don’t like the way that this feels in my hand!
Highly recommend this item for everyday use.
I’m not satisfied with the scroll wheel on this mouse.
I am so happy with this mouse!!!! I could gush about it for ages!!
I hadn’t realized how sore I got working on the computer all day until trying this.
My only negatives would be that my hand gets slightly sweatier using this mouse than a standard mouse
I find the mouse very comfortable, and it isn’t too difficult to press any of the buttons. I like that it has two additional buttons near the thumb. The material is a nice matte finish.
My only gripe that keeps this mouse from earning 5 stars is that the cord is shorter than the one from the previous mouse I had. If the cord was longer, this mouse would be perfect.
I bought this after reading a review that said once you get used to it, it’s a good mouse. I didn’t have to get used to it at all. It felt perfectly normal immediately. I’m not sure I ever want to go back to a horizontal mouse again.
The learning curve is pretty low, it’s very comfortable to use. I do a lot of computer work because I work from home and I have to say my hands don’t seem to get tired as much. Also the light looks super cool especially with my backlit keyboard.
I was skeptical, but I wanted to try it out. After playing games, I noticed myself resting by holding my regular mouse in almost the same position. Seemed only natural to try out a mouse that does this by default. It may not replace your gaming mouse, but for everyday things it’s pretty comforting.
I bought this mouse to relieve strain/pair/pain in my forearm. It’s pretty good. I prefer this mouse to the similar Cherry ergonomic mouse. The Cherry is too thick, making it feel really unnatural. This mouse is a bit thinner at the fingertips, making it feel a bit more like holding a pen. This makes it feel more natural and easier to use more precisely.
This mouse is awesome! I got this because I started to develop a tender wrist from pronation/supination of my wrist. Wow, did this help fix the issues! This mouse is very comfortable and has buttons in the right places for easy access. I use this mouse for home and office use. The mouse is always accurately sensitive, so you get exactly what you expect in terms of mouse speed and mouse precision. There’s a few minute learning curve of getting used to “aiming” with the mouse but is quickly overcome with > 1hr of play.
I’ve had my mouse for a little over a week now and I absolutely love it. Over the past few years I’ve started to pay close attention to how continual computer use is affecting my hands, wrists, and posture. I wasn’t in any pain before purchasing the mouse, but a normal mouse forced my hand into an unnatural position. This mouse allows me to keep a much more neutral hand position while limiting wrist bending. For best results with this type of mouse, your hand needs to be suspended above the desk surface.
I have big hands and I was using a regular sized “normal” mouse, but developed an ache in my right index finger knuckle. The ache became a pain and I had to stop using the mouse and rest for a couple of days. I bought this mouse and it’s been great. The grip is very neutral and feels like a glove-type fit. The mouse itself has a very good velvet feeling to it and the buttons are in the right place. The only downside is that it is tall, so initially I would knock it over as I moved my hands around the desk area. I must have become used to it though because it doesn’t happen that much any more.