Who Needs a Compusooth Wrist Pad?

Sore or Swollen Wrists

If you find yourself getting sore, achey or swollen wrists after using a keyboard or mouse you could benefit from using a keyboard and mouse wrist rest.

Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel syndrome can quite often be a result of excessive wear on your wrists from computer use. Cooling pads can reduce the strain and keep the area from overheating.

Neck or Back Ache

Compusooth wrist rests don't have to be just for your wrists. They can also be used to reduce swelling and pain for back and neck aches.

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Is there any maintenance required for the cool pad?

How does it feel against skin?

The pads are made from a super soft material designed to be hypoallergenic and non-toxic as well as smooth and cool to touch.

Do I have to stick it down?

No not at all. The pad has a flat base so won't move around too easily, plus in order to activate it you have to add a pint of water. This gives the pad a decent weight to it so friction easily keeps it in place.