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:

University Research Proves Ergonomic Mouse Design

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Many stories about ergonomic mice are based on guessing, rather than proper, university based research. The good news is that the special shape of the truly ergonomic HandShoe Mouse was created after years of university research and checked by electro myogram (EMG) measurements, which were set up as shown in the video below.

The EMG signal shows the activity of your extensor muscles while using the mouse. For the test, moments of rest were followed by moments of activity like clicking the buttons. The special shape of the HandShoe Mouse ensures that the red line shows no activity during rest and only activity while clicking. Using a traditional mouse requires continuous activity of your extensor muscles, due to gripping and pinching.

As you can see here, for a vertical mouse the result is even worse due to the reaction force of the thumb with respect to the fingers when clicking. That’s why on the HandShoe Mouse your hand is fully supported and relaxed at an angle of twenty to thirty degrees.  The HandShoe Mouse is backed by proper research and the only mouse that fits like a glove!

Watch this one minute video to see for yourself.