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ENHANCE Gaming Wrist Rest Pads: Mouse Pad $6.50 or Keyboard Pads EXPIRED

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2nd Street Electronics via Amazon has ENHANCE Gaming Wrist Rests on sale for prices below when you apply 50% Off promotion code 50OFFREST at checkout. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks DJ3xclusive & Corrosive

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2nd Street Electronics via Amazon has the ENHANCE Gaming Wrist Rests 50% Off. Use Coupon code 50OFFREST

Memory Foam
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079C3L...dsrc=staff

Non-Slip Rubber
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MR55...dsrc=staff
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Nice, I could use one for my gaming mouse pad too.. Any recommendations between the memory foam and nonslip wrist rests??
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Code actually works for their mouse wrist rest as well.... ordered. TY!
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Nice, I could use one for my gaming mouse pad too.. Any recommendations between the memory foam and nonslip wrist rests??
I prefer rubber because they last forever. The foam ones tend to get worn out pretty easily. I am currently using a keyboard one I got over 10 years ago and besides some wear marks, it looks practically new.

Also not sure if you saw, but the code works for the mouse wrist rest as well. Makes it $6.49
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eh for the price might as well make it a full mousepad with wrist rest included.
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I was told by ergonomics expert that mouse wrist rest is not good for your wrist, and personally I also find it uncomfortable. keyboard rest is useful though if you have a thick mechanical keyboard
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for Full Size Mechanical Gamer Keyboards
What about for non-gaming keyboards or keyboards with membrane switches? /s
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Need RGB LEDs
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I tried using wrist rests but they make my wrist hurt even more. I switched to a vertical ergonomic mouse and would really recommend.
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I've been using a Grifiti wrist pad [amazon.com] with my Ducky Shine for the past two years. It works well to correct my wrist height when playing CS:GO (and using WASD exclusively for an hour or two). Good product. I may try this out just to see what it looks like on the other side. Thanks!
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FYI its $8+ shipping if you're in Hawaii/AK (yes, even though it will cost them the same exact amount to ship it to another State)
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I agree with the statement. Get an ergo mouse. I got this anker one, and I love it. Using it right now as a matter of fact, it's not expensive either.

https://www.amazon.com/Anker-AK-9...c+wireless
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I thought amazon products had to have 50+ reviews in order to be shared on SD?
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FYI shows expired to me when trying the code.
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