The HandShoe Mouse allows the hand and fingers to rest in a natural relaxed position. The ergonomic shape means there is no friction between your hand and the desktop, in addition to preventing gripping and pinching of the mouse.
- Allows the hand to rest in a natural relaxed position.
- Supports hand, wrist and thumb.
- Three sizes available to suit a range of users.
- Prevents gripping and pinching of the mouse.
- Re-chargeable battery in wireless version.
- Scroll wheel fitted with a switch button.
- Blue Ray technology.
- USB connection.
- Includes a protective pouch.
- Available in black only.
Please note: The small and medium versions have 2 control buttons and a scroll wheel with switch button. The large version has 3 control buttons and a scroll wheel, the third control button is the switch button for the scroll wheel.
HandShoe Measurement Guide
The table below is an aid to help you determine which HandShoe Mouse size you will need.
You should measure your hand size using a ruler and compare the result to determine the recommended size.
Measure from the tip of the ring finger to the first wrist crease with your hand held flat, as shown in the figure above.
|Up to 6-3/4"||Up to 17cm||Small|
|6-3/4" to 7-1/2"||17- 19cm||Medium|
|7-1/2" to 8-1/4"||19-21cm||Large|
|Programmable Buttons (Quantity)||0|
|Suitable for Detailed Work (Y/N)||Y|
|Gripless Use (Y/N)||N|
|Dimensions (Packed) (H x W x L mm)||
|Dimensions (Un-Packed) (H x W x L mm)||45x110x150|
|Weight (Packed) (kg)||0.4|
|Weight (Un-Packed) (kg)||0.2|
|MAC Compatible (Y/N)||
|Cordless Type (RF/Bluetooth)||
|Suitable for which hand (Right/Left/Ambidextrous)||Right/Left|
|Setup required (Plug and Play/Requires Disk)||Plug and Play|
What our customers say
"Today Kevin visited me in Eastbourne, to set up a height adjusting desk, footstall, keyboard stand, mouse and chair. I just wanted to say how patient, and caring he was. He really helped me and I think he should be commended on how friendly, polite, informative and down to earth he was. Thank you Kevin and Ergonomics."
Lydia Harris, Student