Welcome to safewrist.com! SafeWrist Wristpad is a wrist-friendly pad designed for people who works at computers all day long. It has the following benefits:
Benefits of using SafeWrist wristpad
1. It helps you avoid RSI, CTS, and other wrist injuries caused by repetitive keyboard and mouse usage for longer periods every day. The SafeWrist wristpad has been in use for more than a decade and went through many changes about the materials and the dimensions to make it the most suitable wristpad.
2. It is washable and long lasting.
3. Made with Apex foam, and thick export-quality coercion-free cloth that gives it a good look and feel.
4. It is foldable, portable, and elegant in look and design. You can use the wristpad at home and at office.
5. You can get used to with it in less than 30 minutes.
6. Could be a great choice for your children who use computers for learning or gaming. The earlier you introduce it to them, the earlier you save them from future wrist related problems.
7. Four colors to choose from.
8. No need to buy extra wrist pad for mouse.
Wrist injuries due to using keyboard and/or mouse for extensive period repetitively is not unknown anymore. Millions of people around the world use computers for at least 3 hours a day, during which their hands remain on the keyboard and mouse. There are many ways to prevent wrist injuries resulting from using keyboard and mouse on the desk. However, due to lack of research in this area, most information we get about it varies from sources to sources. Some of these say use a wrist pad, some say don't. Some doctors say use a wrist pad, and some say don't. Some dr say use vertical mouse, while others do not even mention that. Such variations in the opinions of physicists and lack of a single suggestion about the recommended way of using keyboard and mouse for prolonged hours only indicate a lack of research in the area. However, there are some unanimously accepted practices ensuring safety from wrist injuries, sitting diseases and other syndromes that occur due to prolonged use of keyboard and mouse (such as RSI or Repetitive Stress Injury, carpel tunnel syndrome, though much debated). I have shared this below:
For using keyboard
1. Your wrists should be in a neutral position when typing.
2. Your wrist must not bend toward your little finger.
3. Your wrist must not bend toward your thumb.
4. Your wrist must not be bended in a downward direction in order for rest or temporary comfort.
For using mouse
Use of mouse for prolonged hours can cause more stress to your wrist than what a keyboard might cause. So, be very careful when using the mouse. People who use full keyboard with numpad fall victim to such mouse use related stresses than those who use built-in laptop keyboard or USB laptop size keyboards. Because, full sized keyboard takes more space pushing the mouse more away from body demanding an unnatural position of your arms and wrist while using the mouse. We highly recommend using laptop-size keyboards, or mini keyboard instead of full-sized keyboards. We also highly recommend using a separate keyboard with your laptop rather than using the laptop keyboard itself, it will not only increase your laptop's built-in keyboard's life, it will also save you from wrist injuries.
1. Make sure that the mouse is placed at a position where you can easily access it and it doesn't require any unnatural position for your hand to reach out to the mouse.
2. Make sure your wrist is not bent toward left or right or downward when using the mouse.
3. Make sure the keyboard tray of your computer desk/table doesn't have a ridge at its front end
4. Buy computer tables that are ergonomically designed.
Take a break every 30 minutes. Stand up. Stretch a little. Try folding and unfolding your wrists and fingers and do a little exercise of arms. You may also want to wash your eyes every two hours if you look at your monitor for more than 3 hours a day.
If you follow these instructions, you will reduce any risk of stress caused by repetitive use of keyboard and mouse for prolonged hours.
Wrong ways of using keyboard and mouse
The following pictures show unnatural positioning of wrists while using mouse and keyboard. Using mouse and keyboard in the following ways will put excessive pressure on your wrists. Always try to avoid such position.
Wrists are bent inward!
Wrists are bent outward!
Wrists are rested on the deck!
Right ways of using keyboard and mouse
Wrists are raised from the keybaord tray surface
Wrists are rested on wristpad and are not bent
Dimensions: 20-inch x 4-inch x 1.5 inch
Materials: Apex Foam, Export quality fabric
Single unit price Taka 200 + Shipping Taka 100
How to order
1. Give us a call at 01727-205450 or 01855903594
3. Delivery within 24 hours