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Ergonomic mice, designed to suit individual needs

Using the wrong mouse for your hand can cause painful injuries over time, including repetitive strain injury (RSI) and carpal tunnel syndrome. Our ergonomic mice are designed to combat these problems by easing your hand into a more comfortable position while you work. Please contact us if you would like help choosing an ergonomic mouse.

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Why buy an ergonomic mouse?

Over the last thirty or forty years, the use of computers has proliferated. While in 1985 only 13% of UK households had a desktop computer, now that percentage is at least 85%. With most of us using computers daily - often for long periods of time, we’re now starting to see the impact of this on our bodies.

‘Normal’ computer mice (ones that have not been designed by ergonomists) require the user to make small, exact movements with their hands when they click, scroll and move about the desktop. These tiny muscles can be easily overworked, causing pain in these areas:

  • top of the hand
  • around the wrist
  • along the forearm and elbow.

Problems associated with using a computer mouse include:

  • Repetitive strain syndrome - pain, tenderness, stiffness, tingling, numbness, or cramp caused by repetitive movement.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome - pins and needles, thumb weakness, dull ache in hand or arm caused by compression of the median nerve (which controls sensation and movement in the hands)
  • Our ergonomic mice prevent unnecessary strain on the hand to reduce the risk of these problems. Many of our models have adjustable settings depending on what functions you need when you use the computer. This limits the need to move your hand between the mouse and keyboard, a movement which can cause aches and pains in the shoulders and back.
  • Whether your wrists are just starting to ache, or you have been diagnosed with RSI or carpal tunnel syndrome, it’s time to invest in an ergonomic mouse.

    What are the benefits of using an ergonomic mouse?

  • Supports your hand to prevent unnecessary strain.
  • Helps prevent aches, pains and injuries.
  • Comfortable and pleasant to use.
  • Strongly recommended for people who use computers on a daily basis.

Order an ergonomic mouse today!