Mini Leather Wrist Rest with Red Stitching (Ducky)

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DuckyMini Leather Wrist Rest with Red Stitching
  • 325 x 92 x 15 mm
  • Black Leather
  • Red Stitching
Ducky is known for making quality products and this Wrist Rest is no exception. Combining real, beautifully red stitched leather with a firm foam rubber inner, it's everything you could want in a wrist rest This rest is firm and supportive. We do not recommend this for customers looking for a 'pillow-like' wrist rest.

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  • The rest I bought recently seems to have a problem with the leather. There's black debris in a section of my desk mat, and wear marks on the rest wrest. I've purchased a few of these in different sizes in the past, and I love using them, but something is wrong with this one.

  • The material is top notch. Love the feel of it. The one thing I do not like about it is that it is wide and flat, so it causes my wrists to lay on it instead of my palm heel. I need it to be a little more narrow like 2.5 inches instead of the 4 inches OR it needs to have an angle.

    I'm giving it a 4 because it really is great looking. Just not as functional for me as I expected.

  • I thought this wrist rest was garbage when I first got it. It's very, very hard and it feels like a fake leather. I was upset that the rest was so hard, I thought they should be soft and supportive. Well, turns out my positioning was slightly off. Fast forward a few more weeks and I love this thing. I actually just got the Glorious wrist rest for my full sized keyboard, but I tested it on my Ducky One 2 SF, and this Ducky one blows it out of the water. It's the perfect height for the Ducky keyboards, first and probably most importantly. And, ultimately, the stiffness is very good, as you're supposed to be resting the base of your palm on the rest, not your actual wrists (that'll cut off blood flow, no matter what you're using). The only thing I will say is that it makes my wrists a little sweaty after using it for an extended period. The only one that didn't make my wrists sweaty were the Razer keyboards and their rests, but their keyboards are too loud and expensive for what you get.

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