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WarmMe Warm Mouse Review

If you are like me and suffer from being cold or chilled all the time.. do I have the perfect thing for you! I was sent the WarmMe Mouse byWarm Mouse to review.  The WarmMe Mouse is an ergonomic, infrared heated computer mouse.  Yep, that’s right, heated! Which means no more cold holds while I spend countless hours on the computer. Yippee!

About the WarmMe Mouse:

  • USB Optical Scrolling Mouse
  • Accurate 800dpi
  • 2-Button, 3-function
  • Heated (infrared)  Warms to perfect 104°F
  • Convenient On/Off Switch on cord
  • Works with any PC, MAC or Notebook
  • No additional software/hardware necessary

The WarmMe Warm Mouse improves the circulation in your hand, fingers thumb and fingertips. As natural infrared rays are gently emitted, reflected and refracted in the soft tissues of your fingers and hands, cellular functioning is enhanced. The mouse insures that your wrist in in a neutral position during use and allows you to move freely while delivering therapeutic heat to relax tight hand and wrist muscles.

The WarmMe Mouse is perfect if you:

  • work in a COLD office or warehouse

If you suffer from:

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,
  • Arthritis
  • Raynaud’s
  • DeQuervain’s
  • poor circulation
  • Tendonitis
  • RSI or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

The Review

The mouse was very comfortable to the hand, it’s about the size of any regular mouse you find at the store. There was no installation of any kind, I just plugged it in to my computer and we were off an running! (I hate having to install software!)

When my hands are really cold I have pain in my joints and the WarmMe mouse soothed my fingers so there was no more pain.  This product helped so much I think I will be sending it to a few family members who suffer from arthritis. I know they will enjoy it and it will allow them to work on the computer pain free!

There is an on/off switch on the cord so if someone else uses the mouse and doesn’t need the warming the function you can simply turn it off. Since the mouse is an optical mouse, there is no need to use a mouse pad if you don’t want to.

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