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Computer Keyboard Wrist Rest Mouse Wrist Rest, heat pad cold pack

Soothe and support tired wrists while adding a colorful touch to your workspace.

The keyboard wrist rest and mouse wrist rest are filled with rice and flax, so for additional comfort, you can heat them in the microwave. After an hour in the freezer, use them as a cold pack.

The keyboard wrist rest measures approximately 17" x 3" and the mouse wrist rest comes in at about 4" x 3". We're happy to customize the size if you have a smaller keyboard or laptop. Just let us know in 'message to seller' when you check out.

Want your wrist rests scented? - again, in 'message to seller' you can request lavender or chamomile added to your set. Shade of solid fleece backing may vary depending on availability.

For many more Heat Pads and Cold Packs of all sizes
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Info and treatment is not intended as medical advice or to treat any illness. If you have a serious health concern, please consult a physician.

Design and text are the property of theferriswheels and protected by copyright 2009.

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Chet Miller
Sally Ferris Miller

Computer Keyboard Wrist Rest Mouse Wrist Rest, Dorm Decor, Tech Accessory, Tech Lover, Geekery, Computer Accessory, heat pad cold pack,

US$17.95
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton fabric, fleece, rice, flax
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 5976 reviews
  • Favorited by: 126 people