3M (WR340LE) 凝胶手腕托 WR340LE，键盘和鼠标加长款
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- 产品类型：键盘/鼠标手腕固定圈 产品材质：人造革，宽度：25 英寸，深度：2.5 英寸，高度：0.7 英寸，颜色：黑色；产品特点：凝胶填充
这款 3M 凝胶手腕休息垫，为键盘和鼠标提供*产品保护和人造革。
美国亚马逊： 1,669 条评论
Richard A. Harrison
NOT WHAT IT ONCE WAS...2018年8月12日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I purchased this back in May 2013 and it lasted over 5 years. Just this past week the leatherette top developed a tiny rip where the white goopy gel started to leak. I was happy I had to have it last for 5 years. So, I had no reservation about buying another expecting I could look forward to another 5 or so years of good use. WRONG! This new one is atrocious! My wrists from resting on it leave an indentation that does NOT bounce back. Material just lays there all matted down whereas my prior one did not. This one felt flimsier right out of the box, and I could feel by it's texture that the gel it contained was of a different consistency that the previous one. I can see already that this is not going to hold up. Shame on you 3M for sacrificing quality in what now is an inferior product of what was once a superior product. You lost a customer. One other thought comes to mind, that the original was too good, so you decided it was more profitable to make crap in the hopes that people would more frequently have to repurchase.
Lasted a whole month2016年8月9日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Lasted one month before exploding on my desk just one week after the return date cutoff. It was already not that comfortable because it isn't very deep or thick but I expected it to last longer, obviously.
Matthew R. Marler
Perspective of a PC gamer: A solid cheap option, and great for portable use.2018年12月22日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
The number of PC gamers who like to use a wrist rest (usually in combo with a non-palm grip) is small but not insignificant. There are many bad wrist rests out there; they are too squishy, too firm, too tall, or have a shape that interferes with mousepads or just plain using the thing while gaming. Even if a wrist rest doesn't have those problems, they could have a build or be made of materials that degrade over time. I'm sure many people reading this have enjoyed the common belkin gel wrist rest only to have it become disgusting at the pressure point and/or split and release gel. This pad might leak gel after a long time, it's not stitched and few wrist rests are, but otherwise it avoids all the problems I mentioned earlier. The size and shape are perfect for anyone not specifically wanting something closer to a square (get the "Glorious Gaming Mouse Wrist Pad" for that). It's not too narrow on the horizontal (x axis), so that your wrist will never fall off doing larger side to side movements, but it's also not too long (y axis), meaning it will fit on smaller tables and surfaces; both great qualities for mobile use. The front edge is straight, meaning it will align with 99% of mouse pads. The back edge is slightly curved outwards, this not only means a little extra space where it matters for extra support, but it also helps you place the pad on the edge of a table without it falling off, getting the wrest closer to your arm while saving desk space at the same time. Now for the gel: it's not too stiff, and not too supple; your wrist doesn't sink into it like memory foam (which limits movement and can make pressure points worse), but you will also feel a noticeable give, it doesn't feel like you wrist is resting on a wood block. There is no center concavity like some rests have, this is up to preference but personally I think an indent like that hampers side movement during gaming and it's more suited to desktop tasks. Materials: the "leatherette" surface is a great change coming from cloth which is what most rests use. Cloth picks up filth from your skin fast, and can degrade and get stiff/stained quickly as a result. many other pads use soft plastic/silicone as a surface material, which doesn't degrade like cloth but also sticks to your skin which is not only uncomfortable but bad for movement. The leatherette surface doesn't stick and feels cool and smooth on the skin, but not being made of fabric it also repels filth better. Hopefully it holds up over time. The height is also great. It's about the same as the glorious gaming pad: not so tall that it hurts more than helps, like some inch-tall rests, but not so small that it feels like you have no rest, you get the right elevation so your hand will align with the top of any mouse that isn't unusually high. So overall it's a great pad for home use, but let's talk about it's portable advantages to finish. As a portable, this is a great pairing for a thin, roll-able cloth pad like the SteelSeries QcK Mini. You simply roll the mouse pad around the wrist rest's solid, semi-flexible edge, and you end up with a mini burrito of mouse pad and wrist rest that can fit in a small space, either in a backpack or small carrying case. You generally cannot do this with a mouse pad + wrist rest combo unit, those you have to lay flat even in a bag, and the mouse pad itself on those models tends to be too small and the wrist rest not wide enough for gaming. If you use a gaming laptop, this will go a long way to giving you desktop comfort on the go, and is way better than just using a wireless mouse on a table with no wrist rest. All that said, if you want a wrist rest that is ONLY for home use, and if you want something about twice as wide (supporting more of you wrist and lower arm), and if you want a more foam cushioning that has the same amount of pliability, you may want to get the glorious gaming mouse pad, which is the one I use at home and ties with this for my favorite wrist rest. It is more expensive, and cloth so you have to keep it clean, but it is stitched and I think will last longer, and it has the bigger shape, which I think is more suitable for big desks and big pads that many PC gamers use these days.
It's a good rest.2017年9月26日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
It performs its function fairly well. So over-all I have to say it's a good product. Yet, rarely do I come across a completely perfect product, and this one is not an exception. There are just two minor things which I would prefer changed. One is that I would prefer it to be slightly softer. Don't get me wrong, it's still soft and pretty comfortable. I'm sure you could find plenty of people who think it is too soft, and yet others who think it is more firm than it needs to be, and probably some who think it's just right. Hmm, writing this is starting to bring back childhood memories of a girl with golden hair and some bears. Anyway, the second thing I think would be better is if the rest material had a satin type fabric cover on it. Sometimes when lifting up my wrist, the rest will start to come along with it due to it sticking to my skin. It usually only happens when playing a FPS game and my wrist is hot. This would also be a problem with any rest that has a completely smooth plastic type cover. I've used those in the past and they stick even more. The downside to fabric though is that it can be harder to keep clean. This cleans up super easy.
Would be great if it lasted longer2017年10月25日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
This extra long wrist rest is a great idea. I love how it works for both my keyboard (including 10 key) and mouse. It's comfortable (was) and stays in place. The only problem, and it's a deal breaker problem, is that it is not durable. Within a few months the top material began to show microtears. Those microtears grew longer and larger until I could no longer use the mouse as intended. I couldn't find another wrist rest this long so out of desperation I covered the top with wide black gorilla tape and h ave been using it like that for about 6 months now. It's not nearly as comfortable as it used to be, but it still works well enough to get by. If you don't mind figuring out how to get past the short life of the cover then go for it. Otherwise look elsewhere.