Ergonomic Mouse: Size Matters!

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We would like to explain why size matters when you select an ergonomic mouse.

First of all, we are not telling you any news if we say that different people have different hand sizes.
Secondly, several universities have found, through extensive functional and anatomical research, that an ergonomic mouse should support your hand at an angle of twenty five to thirty degrees.
That is proven to be the ideal angle for your hand to be fully relaxed.

Ergonomic Mouse Research Shows How To Relax Your Hand

Forget about a conventional, horizontal mouse or a vertical mouse.
With those mice your hand is not fully relaxed because you still need to grip and pinch the mouse in order to hold on to it.

The truly ergonomic HandShoe Mouse comes in three different sizes, small, medium and large, to make sure that your fingers can easily click the mouse buttons without lifting them. This is the difference between “one size fits all” and “an ergonomic mouse that fully supports your hand”.

handshoe ergonomic mouseAnatomical university research has also shown the importance of finger support in such a natural relaxed position, because otherwise it may lead to complaints. The handshoe mouse fulfills all ergonomic requirements and is your most ideal, truly ergonomic mouse.

So just get your hand on a HandShoe Mouse and feel the difference!

 

Ergonomic Mouse Video Shows It All:

HandShoe Ergonomic Mouse: Support Hand & Arm

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Bio Design of the HandShoe Mouse

The bio design of the HandShoe mouse is based on the inside contour of your hand.
Just put your hand on this mouse and experience how natural and comfortable it feels.
Your hand is supported under an angle that allows easy movement, also from the wrist.
You don’t have to hold on to the handshoe mouse.

Ergonomic Mouse Relaxes Your Hand

The shape of this ergonomic mouse enables you to work with it, while your hand is fully relaxed. ergonomic mouse: HandShoe keeps fingers relaxed
Your hand, fingers and thumb are draped on the HandShoe Mouse, that’s why it feels so good.
To create full relaxation of your hand and wrist, you must support your forearm on the armrest of your chair or on your desktop.
Otherwise your deep neck muscles will get strained. You probably know what it feels like.

Prevent Mouse Pain

All you have to do now is slide the mouse over your desktop and of course select, click and scroll.
Finally, be aware that some muscles in your forearm are used extensively when you move your hand sideways which can become painful. These muscles will then start to protest while certain nerves get compressed.

This may lead to pain in your wrist but, when used correctly, your HandShoe Mouse prevents the mouse pain.

Get a good impression of the truly ergonomic HandShoe Mouse in this short video:

Ergonomic Mouse Prevents Pain

Mouse Pain?

Do you ever have tired or painful muscles in your hand, wrist or forearm after working with a computer mouse? The most common reason is that a conventional mouse forces the muscles in your forearm to continuous activity. You may end up with pain in your arm unless you take precautions.

In this video we will give you the technical explanation which is based on university research.
The anatomy of forearm and hand explains the sources of your complaints: hovering of your hand and fingers over the mouse requires action of the so called extensor digitorum muscle.
To hold onto your mouse another set of muscles is continuously active. You need the extensor carpi ulnaris to work from the wrist.

Best Ergonomic Mouse

In order to prevent the pains caused by a conventional computer mouse, we developed the best ergonomic solution:  the HandShoe Mouse. This mouse is taking all aspects into consideration. Now your muscles will stay relaxed as your hand is fully supported so there is no more hovering of your fingers. And you don’t have to grip it to move it. Last but not least, the support angle allows for easy movement from the wrist.

This video gives a clear view of the muscles in your arm and how they are affected when using a computer mouse:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBlAN0khmos

 

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