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Rollermouse Free-2 In Black

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  • Ultra low ergonomic height; allowing your hands and arms to lay flat in a more ergnomic position.
  • Fully open rollerbar; promotes the use of both hands to encourage movement variation.
  • Quick and easy cursor speed and precision selection; all from a single touch of a button.
  • Fits all keyboard heights; allowing you to achieve optimal working comfort
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 3.5 x 0.8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004M3XDAA
  • Item model number: RM-FREE2-BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)

Product Description

Our latest innovation, the RollerMouse Free2 is based on our ergonomic expertise and inspired by users creating a modern ergonomic design with ultra high precision and quality. RollerMouse Free2 helps to eliminate reaching for a traditional mouse: relieving neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist pain.



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Customer Reviews

I would recommend to anyone who has special ergonomic needs.
Cheryl L. Meyer
You must push it all the way to the side and then the cursor will "jump" to the end.
Sam Archer
She finds it extremely helpful in reducing pain in her wrist.
Sue C Pittel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Brook B. Petersen on September 5, 2011
The ergo team at my work got this for me to use. I thought it was a huge improvement over a regular mouse. When I started working from home, I had to purchase my own. I got the Pro2 which is made by the same company but is so much better. With this product, the bar was exposed and would get grit on it. I had to clean it with dental floss. The Pro2 has a bar that is enclosed and is much better. With this one, if I rested my hands down on the pads, it would "click" the mouse. The Pro2 does not do that at all.

As for pain relief, I no longer have elbow, shoulder and neck pain, and with the traditional mouse I had pain so bad it would even wake me from sleep during the night.

With anything new to you, it does take time to developed eye-hand coordination. Give it a chance to get used to. Remember how awkward it was the very first time you used a mouse to 'drag' the cards in a game of solitaire? It's only awkward at first. Once you are used to it, it's as easy as a regular mouse is to you now.

If you are spending the money, (I know it seems like a lot, but if you are in pain it is well worth the price) bypass this product and get the Pro2 instead for the same price. From someone who's used both, I highly recommend NOT getting this product.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Sam Archer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2011
This is an "ergonomic" keyboard aimed at people with wrist pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.

There is a bar on the top with a roller that simulates the movement of the mouse but with minimal movement of your wrist. The bar is quite accurate and you can control the sensitivity of it.
The setup allows you to control the mouse with either your left or right hand without issue.

There are also helpful buttons for double clicking and copy and past.

A single roller is in the center for scrolling. There are soft cushions for your wrists on both sides.

PROS:

1. Accurate mouse function. With a little practice you can move the cursor with minimal wrist strain and can click with the bar.
2. Double click button saves you from having to double click with the bar and makes you more accurate.
3. Worked seamlessly with Windows 7 and Vista without having to install any drivers.
4. Padding for the wrists is comfortable with long use.

CONS:
1. If you do a lot of scrolling with a mouse wheel then this product is not for you. The scrolling wheel is central and after even an hour of scrolling my thumb was getting sore. It's hard to use your other fingers to scroll and this needs improvement. From and ergonomic standpoint this is a deal breaker for me.

2. Because you must click with the bar that moves the cursor, you can miss your target for small icons on the screen.

3. Multiple monitors: If you have more than one monitor for your computer the mouse bar cannot travel the distance laterally to smoothly transition between all the screens. You must push it all the way to the side and then the cursor will "jump" to the end.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kathy Goughenour on December 20, 2011
When I first saw the price for this RollerMouse by Contour, I thought, "Why would anyone pay that much for a mouse?" After one month of using the mouse, I know why it's priced this high...because it's worth it!

My wrist and thumb had become so painful from using a traditional mouse, I was in agony at the end of every day. I knew I had to do something, or I would no longer be able to do the work I love. (I work from home as a virtual assistant, which means I'm on the computer 8, 10, even 12 hours a day.)

Within the first few hours of using RollerMouse, I could move between programs and documents at the speed of lightning - much faster than with a regular mouse. That's just an added benefit to the major benefit of greatly reduced pain. My thumb and wrist pain started improving immediately. Within a week, the pain had decreased by half, and now one month after I started using RollerMouse, I'm all but pain free.

The customer service provided by Steven Kleven, sales exec at RollerMouse, is extraordinary. Any time I have a question or concern about the RollerMouse, I email Steven and within minutes, he's provided a thorough response.

The only problem I've encountered is with the roller bar. It gets dirt under it, which causes it to no longer work correctly. Steven suggested using compressed air to clean it, which immediately fixed the problem. I have two furry co-workers who shed a lot so I'm not surprised I need to clean the roller bar. What a super easy, fast and inexpensive way to keep my RollerMouse working perfectly.

Because my husband only uses his computer about an hour a day, he still has a traditional mouse. Yesterday, I used his mouse for about five minutes to check his email, and it instantly reminded me of the pain I'd been dealing with day in and day out before RollerMouse came into my life. Thank you RollerMouse for your ergonomic design that truly lives up to all the hype!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Scott Howard on June 30, 2011
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If you are buying this because you bought the original Rollermouse free, you will be disappointed with this new version. It has a horrible problem with the roller bar. It is really hard to describe. I have the original Rollermouse, which is great, best mouse device I've ever had. This thing has a springing feeling to the roller bar that completely ruins it, Because of this, when you press on the roller bar, for a mouse click, often times it will move the mouse slightly away from what you are pointing at. It also requires more pressure on the roller bar to get it to click than the original device does. They really should stop selling these things until they fix these problems.

Update: I returned this item and the company was very good about it. They also stated that they are aware of the problem with the roller and are trying to do something to fix it. They really need to before selling anymore of these. The original is a great pointing device.
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