Contour Perfit Mouse
- £106.80 (£89.00 +VAT)
- Delivery Time: 3-4 days
- £12 Carriage OR...
- FREE Delivery on orders over £500
The contoured shape of the CMO ‘perfectly fits’ your hand, no matter what size it is or whether you are right- or left-handed.
This ‘perfectly fitted’ mouse allows the hand to easily control the basic functions of the mouse while reducing any fatigue that would otherwise result from constantly using a uniformly shaped or ambidextrous mouse. With the CMO, the mouse is meant to perfectly fit your hand, not your hand the mouse. This design principle is just good ergonomics put to effective use.
- Multiple sizes for both left and right hands
- Sculpted elevated buttons
- Thumb support with integrated scroll wheel & two position rocker switch
- Black rubberized coating to prevent hand slippage
- Elevated wrist support
- Multiple platforms
- Dimensions HxWxD (mm)
- Refer to Size Table
- Weight (kg)
- Data not available
- Mac Compatible
- Cordless Type
- Programmable Buttons
- Sensor Type (Laser/Blue Ray)
- Left or Right Hand or Ambidextrous
- Suitable for Detailed Work
- Gripless Use
- Left Hand - Small
- Left Hand - Medium
- Left Hand - Large
- Right Hand - Small
- Right Hand - Medium
- Right Hand Large
- Right Hand - Extra Large
Your hand should be able to rest upon the Contour Mouse and support your full palm from underneath. To find your perfect size, you should measure the length from the tip of the middle finger to the first crease of the wrist.
|Length||Your Size||Right Handed||Left Handed|
|21cm or Above||XL||x|
There is a notch on one side in which to place your thumb, and the mouse slopes downward on the opposite side. This puts your hand at a 20° angle, which is a more natural position for your hand.
No Need to Grip
This design means that the force of gravity on the hand alone provides all the control required to move the mouse; there is no need to grip the mouse. The black rubberized coating increases the coefficient of static friction, further reducing any grip force requirements.
Reduces Pain and Force of Clicking
The tips of the fingers should hang over the end of the mouse slightly, which allows the user to click with the base of the first segment of the finger - meaning the user is not bending, hovering or lifting up the finger, resulting in approximately 1/10th of the muscles required to perform the clicking action. Because the fingers are not poised in preparation to click, the 'clicking' fingers remain relaxed, outstretched and supported at all times.