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Belkin WaveRest Gel Mouse Pad -Black

by Belkin
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List Price: $29.37
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  • Conforms to your wrist for maximum support
  • Provides excellent tracking surface for your mouse
  • Reduces wrist stress which can lead to repetitive motion disorders
  • Promotes proper hand and wrist movement
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Belkin
  • Model: F8E262-BLK

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 8.8 x 1.5 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000JRRD
  • Item model number: F8E262-BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,515 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

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 youre typing for long periods or surfing the Internet. The patented GelFlex Comfort Zone conforms to your hands curves and helps reduce wrist stress that could lead to repetitive motion disorders.


The Belkin WaveRest Gel Mouse Pad gives your wrists plenty of ergonomic support through a wave design that permits natural hand and wrist movements. The gel cushion creates contours that fit to the curves of your wrists and provides support as well. The surface lets your mouse slide smoothly and precisely along the pad, and the lightweight, durable design stands up to years of use.

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

320 of 335 people found the following review helpful By W. Anderson on May 12, 2009
I loved these mouse pads, have used them for years. I just bought a new one, my fourth, and found that Belkin has changed them. The quality is entirely different and cheap now. The weight is much lighter (the top corners don't even lay flat), the gel pad feels like a brick, and worst of all the surface is so reflective that my optical mouse does not track properly on it. As mouse pads go, these are pricey (but used to be worth it) and so I am very disappointed to see Belkin cut quality like this and rip off a longtime (now ex-) customer. It feels like they switched to a two-dollar mouse pad that they still want to sell at the old price.
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88 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Justin Weaver on December 23, 2007
It is a mouse pad made by Belkin, which has a reputation of making reasonably priced and acceptable products. I have had it for a few days, some reviews say they couldn't live without it, some say it is too hard...this is my two cents:

Comfort level: C+ - I see some reviews that say it is too hard, but I don't think so. It is gel and it needs to be a little hard to maintain it's shape. It does not feel like a pillow. If it did feel like a pillow, it would lose its shape and become flat where your wrist laid and fluffy on the sides. I have used it for an hour or two at a time and I think it's nice for the price. I have it on a end table beside the couch and my had goes to sleep if I don't pick it up every 4-5 minutes, but I can't say that is uncommon for a mouse pad of this type.

Functionality: A+ - I have been using this mouse pad with a laser mouse and it works flawlessly. I do not know what to say except that it does the job as far as I am concerned.

One more comment...The bottom of this thing is tacky. When I say tacky I don't mean that it is not very fashionable, I mean that it sticks to crap like crazy. It will not slide on any surface under normal conditions.

Durability: I have had it for just a few days, but it does seem to be a fairly durable product. It seems to be covered in a neoprene type cover. I think you could spill anything on it and simply wash it out and dry it, though I have never done it. I think if you were wearing a watch on your mouse hand, mine is on the right, the wrist pad covering would be gone in a couple of weeks of moderate use.

Overall: I recommend this mouse pad for the price. I have not had a lot of experience with mouse pads with a pad for the wrist, but I am glad I switched over.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Keith Aljrew on January 27, 2011
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Let me say first, that I am not comparing this product to any other products for the simple fact it's my first mouse pad with wrist support. Secondly, I've read through other customers' reviews prior to making my purchase. I think now that I've had it for a bit over a month I can pitch into the online community with my own review:

1) Value for the Price: It's under 6 bucks so it's a value buy.
2) Is it for gamers or for everyday users? I'm not a gamer myself but judging by what other reviewers have contributed I would NOT recommend it for gaming because it is relatively small. Please, see photo(s) attached. Gamers often demand more real estate. There are other pads out there especially designed for gaming. This is NOT one of them.
3)Does it really smell? it does! But honestly the odor is barely that serious of an issue for me to make an impact as to not recommend it for potential buyers. In order for me to smell it now I have to stick it against my nose so... One more thing to be mentioned here: I don't have any allergies to smell or otherwise.
4) The wrist support, is it soft or stiff? It is rather stiff. How does it compare to older Belkin models? I don't know because it's my first. Do I like it still? Yes, I do.
5) Does it work best with laser or optical mice? I'm using Logitech M505 Laser Muse & it works great. But taking into account other reviews, the majority have pointed/hinted compatibility issues with their optical mice so if you have an optical mouse I'd look for else where just to be on the safe side.
6) Does it skid? Nope, it actually sticks really well on my desk's surface. You may refer to the product photos.

After all, I still think it is a good buy for the price, it meets my expectations & serves my needs. I hope my review would help you make a better buying decision.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By sulik on October 3, 2008
ok first of all the mouse pad is smaller than you think, which is bad if you are going to game with it.

Second, the synthetic material they used feels really nice to the skin and is the main reason why I picked this mouse pad.

However, it is easily the worst material possible as a mouse surface. I CANNOT use ANY wireless optical mice on this surface. I tried 3 and the mice stop responding when used on this surface.

Also from what I can tell, it causes a LOT of friction which means it takes more effort to move the mouse across the pad. I can actually HEAR the mouse when I move it around.

The only positive feedback I can give is the shape,size, and feel of the wrist support. which is exactly what I was looking for.

In the end, I cut off the pad area from the wrist support and stitched my old mouse pad onto the wrist support.

seriously tho... a mouse pad that doesn't work? wtf?
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