The WaveRest Gel Mouse Pad from Belkin lets you input data more comfortably and provides a smooth tracking surface for your mouse. Our specially designed ergo support pad is perfect when you're typing for long periods or surfing the Internet. The patented GelFlex Comfort Zone conforms to your hand's curves and helps reduce wrist stress that could lead to repetitive motion disorders.
Rated 1 out of 5 by ottc2 from Does not hold up The hand rest failed after a few months. When I use it know it is like having no support at all. This is my second one like this. The first one lasted for years. They must have changed something in the pad that it don't hold up. I would have to think twice to get another one like this.
Date published: 2018-07-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by NotLoyal2belkin from Not the same as the older Belkin mouse pad The lastest negative reviews on Amazon are correct. The noisy, crinkly gel made me throw it away. How could gel be crinkly?! Plus, it’s different than the silicone used in it before. You need to fire the Quality Assurance guy or the executive who released this the market.
Date published: 2017-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by BigLou from Terrible Product - No Gel In Rest At All... Mouse pad advertised as having a "gel-filled cushion" that "conforms to your wrist for maximum comfort and support". When in fact, the cushion is filled with wadded up foam (think of the foam you use to wrap around delicate items when shipping, folded over on itself multiple times). To make matters worse, every time you move your wrist, the foam makes a crunchy/crinkly sound. Wish I would have read the reviews on various retailer's sites before purchase; as I now know I am not the only one with these complaints. I know these sound like picky details, but don't advertise as gel-filled if it truly isn't.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jasper from Excellent Product!!!! I had it for almost a week and its really good! Going above and beyond involves making customers “feel special” and helping them out even when it may not make sense.
Date published: 2017-01-07