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Kinesis Freestyle2 VIPTM Accessory Features AC820-BLK (Keyboard sold Separately)

by Kinesis

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  • The VIP Accessory Includes:(Solo keyboard sold separately)
  • (1) set of right & left V-Lifters
  • (1) set of right & left integrated palm supports which must be installed prior to using
  • (1) set of replaceable, padded palm pads
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Product Description

Max Height at 15 degrees slope: 3 1/16 inches Max Height at 10 degrees slope: 2 1/2 inches Weight: 1/2 lbs Freestyle2 VIPTM Accessory Features: The VIP (V-Lifter and Integrated Palm Supports) accessories attach easily to the base of the Solo Keyboard allowing quick and reproducible slope settings of 10 and 15 degrees. Features include: Left and Right V-Lifters: the V-lifter quickly and easily alternates the slope of the keyboard from 10 to 15 degrees, positioning your forearms and wrists in a more comfortable position by reducing pronation. Integrated, padded palm supports ensures that wrists are neutral while resting. Use with or without the pivot/tether. The pivot tether connects the two keying modules of the Solo keyboard together. Disconnect the pivot tether if greater separation is required. Provides a highly stable typing platform with no "bounce".

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 9.5 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000RBBMNG
  • Item model number: AC820-blk
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)

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Unfortunately, the tilts that attach to the keyboard are not sturdy at all.
HC
If you purchase the Kinesis Freestyle alone I highly recommend adding this VIP accessory to your overall purchase.
Rudy
It saved my wrists and hands from a lot of pain and it makes typing easier and faster.
John Bates

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By D. Jackson on May 14, 2009
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If you're buying the Kinesis Keyboard, this accessory kit is an absolute must have. Without it, the keyboard is goofy looking and odd. With it, the keyboard is truly ergonomic.

I'd say the keyboard and the accessory pack went a lot farther towards helping my wrist heal than a doctor's visit, x-rays, and a custom brace. I no longer wear the brace, but still swear by this keyboard.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By SchaqListener on February 17, 2011
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There are two attributes I was not able to determine either from Amazon's description, other reviews, or the Kinesis website product description: 1) It is not possible to use this kit without the palm rests attached; and 2) the folding legs won't stay locked in place when moving the keyboard sections.

The first is not a flaw, but it does require more room on your desktop than would otherwise be possible, so slightly disappointing. The second is a real problem. To switch between the 10- and 15-degree positions, the legs swing in and out on an up-down axis (i.e., draw a line from the space bar to the number row at top). But the legs don't lock in place at all. This is not a problem for the 10-degree position, because this is its natural resting position. But the 15-degree position remains solid only when the keyboard is not moved -- as soon as you shift either half of the keyboard slightly to the left or right, plops back down into the 10-degree position. Easy enough to put back, but annoying and extremely stupid from a design perspective.

Also, while the platform feels stable and solid in either position, note that there are 6 points of contact with the desk in the 10-degree position and only 4 points of contact in the 15-degree position. Again, it feels solid in either position, but very strange design decision. This is not a flaw, however. The non-locking position switching mechanism most definitely is a flaw.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Johann on August 8, 2010
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It's not that often that a product is just right. This keyboard kit helped my wrist pain significantly and is more than easy to set up and use. It is also very versatile, in that you can adjust the components' distance from each other, and when "tented," at two possible angles. I didn't give it five stars for durability only because it is made with a lighter plastic, which his probably very durable, but I can't be sure. It comes with wrist pads for the wrist rest area, but I don't use them. Without this kit, I wouldn't keep the Freestyle keyboard.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By HC on February 23, 2011
I find the palm rests quite essential to support my palms when typing in a titled position. It's plastic and comes with an adhesive backed foam sheet to paste on for comfort.

Unfortunately, the tilts that attach to the keyboard are not sturdy at all. I'm afraid they might break soon.

Each tilt consists of actually 2 pieces. The first is a flat like plastic piece with 2 pegs that attach to the keyboard. The second attaches to the first piece and rests on the desk. The two pieces are connected with at 3 points - top, bottom and centre.

The top and bottom points are just attached with a very thin plastic rod about 5 mm long and 2mm thick. It has snapped out twice when I adjusted the keyboard already. See the image I uploaded on the product page.

Given the $39 price tag, one could expect it to be more durably constructed.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 5, 2010
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I have had some problems with my right wrist. I noticed that two things make it worse, tennis and computer usage. The combination of the keyboard with this attachment and the purchase of the vertical mouse has practically solved my problem. I have tried sleeping with braces and this works better than braces.
In my case, it is the pronation of the wrist that is causing the problem, and this accessory alleviates that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By gnwamazon on April 21, 2011
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This keyboard is great for Carpal Tunnel. It is adjustable in height, separation distance and angle. I had a Microsoft "Natural" Keyboard before and this is a great improvement -- easy to assemble.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DiAnneInDover on December 14, 2012
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While this is way overpriced, in my opinion, it is an absolute necessity if using the Freestyle keyboard. I think it should be included with the keyboard, especially at the price they charge. Without the riser and the palm rest, the keyboard is not ergonomic at all. With this, it is very comfortable.

The palm rests are moderately comfortable; however, the cloth cover on the left separated after just two months. I'm going to try to use adhesive (the kind meant for automobile headliners) to see if I can get it to stay in place.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Terry on November 11, 2010
Love it! Thia KB has saved me from carpal tunnel syndrome. I was having a lot of pain before I got this KB. Now I have none. Only things I don't like are the fact that there is not a separate numbers KB and that the backspace and delete key are too close together. Neither issue is a major problem however.
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