designed by Humanscale Design Studio
I have been using the Switch Mouse for 3 years and I recommend it for anyone who spends a lot of time doing data entry. I noticed right from Day 1 the lack of wrist fatigue as well as a lack of cramping in my index finger. My only complaint is it does not allow for precision doing Graphic Design, so I use a conventional mouse for that. Though I use both type of mice (mouses?) I greatly prefer, and recommend, the comfort and ergonomic benefits of the Switch Mouse.
This mouse is great. I was having the beginning stages of carpal Tunnel and it is now on the mend.
I love the Switch Mouse because it does help to reduce wrist strain.
This is the best mouse I have ever used but it’s not customizable for the Mac so it’s functionality is at a minimum for me.
The pleasure of using this product has prompted me to order a second one for another desktop set I utilize for work. It has a high level of reliability and is designed for consumer usage.
Lovely and pratical. I no longer suffer with chronic tennis elbow. I have bought other products such as the Freedom Chair and the Keyboard System. Je les adore... Merci Louise ;-)
I've been using this mouse for about four years and I've been happy with it. It saves you from problems with your wrist. But lately I've been experiencing unpleasant pain in my index finger and most likely it's from using the scrolling disc on the mouse. I guess that I could have developed the same pain from using regular scroll wheel. This is just a reminder that the scrolling disc on this mouse cannot save your finger from RSI.
This mouse was recommended to me by an ergonomist at a company I worked for in response to problems that I was having with wrist pain. The mouse has worked great for me and eliminated wrist pain I was having. I've been using this mouse ever since for years now. If I use a standard style mouse for any extended period of time, I can feel the difference in my wrist pretty quickly, especially when doing long hours on the computer. Like most things, it probably takes some time to get used to but it's setup is fairly similar to a standard mouse making the transition somewhat easier. I just purchased a new one a little over a year ago and it's been great, no issues to date. I like having two available to have a backup or for when I am working from multiple computers/offices. Thanks for designing a great mouse!
It provides wrist support and it releases the pressure on my neck and shoulders.
This takes some time to get used to but once you do, it works great. No gripping necessary!