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03.06.2019

Ergonomic mice for the prevention of wrist pain

Support a natural hand posture with an ergonomic mouse from Hama.



Germans spend an average of eight hours a day at the workplace or in their home office. In particular, the hand that is used to operate the mouse is subject to considerable stress each day. 10–20% of all office employees suffer from mouse arm:

When using a conventional mouse, the arm rests on the desk. Hence the wrist is bent. Sideways movements and twisting of the wrist put additional stress on the wrist and tendons. The level at which your arms rest on the desk is also decisive. This leads to tension in the joints, tendons and muscles, and can cause long-term damage.

Our vertical, ergonomic mice support you in assuming an ergonomically correct hand posture, and prevent overstraining and pain in the shoulders and wrist.

Hama vertical, ergonomic mouse

Our EMC-500 and EMW-500vertical, ergonomic mice are optimally suited for avoiding pain when in front of your computer at work, or at your desk at home. The vertically designed mouse prevents excessive strain and pain in the shoulder and wrist.

Ergonomic gaming mouse

The uRage "V3rtikill" is the first real ergonomic gaming mouse. The vertical tilt can be individually adjusted by up to 20 degrees with the integrated adjusting screw. Wrist pain when gaming is thus prevented.

The perfect addition to the ergonomic mouse

It is also essential to consider whether your mouse pad supports optimum hand posture. A with an integrated wrist rest relaxes the hand you use for the mouse – and therefore also the back – because you do not adopt a tense, poor posture.

More useful tips for ergonomics at the workplace and at home can be found here:

Ergonomics at home and at work