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Prevent and cure pain in arm, neck and/or shoulder

Arm, shoulder or neck pain? Mousetrapper helps to prevent repetitive strain injury and other problems that may arise when working with a regular mouse. As Mousetrapper is positioned centrally in front of the keyboard, it encourages an ergonomically healthy position that keeps your arms close to your body and your hands near the keyboard.

This helps to avoid and, in many cases, relieve strain injuries that can arise from stretching your arm beyond its natural shoulder width, as you do with a regular mouse. You no longer have to reach beyond the keyboard while using the mouse. The wide, cushioned wrist support also relieves strain on your neck, shoulders, arms and wrists.

Ergonomic products

With simple aids, unnecessary pain is avoided. Mousetrapper has since its inception dedicatedly worked to develop the best ergonomic mouse solution. All our mouse solutions are based on you working centrally – or as we say in the Zone – to keep your arms and hands inside your shoulders. This avoids tensions that can lead to lifelong pain problems, so-called RSI, Repetitive Strain Injury. Here you will find a selection of our centered mouse solutions as well as some products that give you a better working position at home.

Do you work in The Zone? Our products

Centred mouse with Control Pad

Experience the Mousetrapper feeling with the Control Pad! By placing your index, middle and ring fingers on the control pad you can control the cursor with simple movements as the control pad moves smoothly in two dimensions. It is easy to use and gives the user maximum flexibility with the option of clicking directly on the Control Pad.

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Centered mouse with Control Bar

With our newly developed rollerbar, Control Bar, you control the cursor with smooth movements and click with a light press from your fingers. The unique material allows the Control Bar to slide smoothly, pleasantly and virtually frictionless. Our Control Bar makes it easy to work both ergonomically and efficiently.

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A good basic position

Your working position at the computer increases the risk of developing pain in the neck, shoulders or arms. Proper posture increases the chances of avoiding, or alleviating, repetitive strain injuries – so-called mouse arm (RSI *). Here are three things to keep in mind:

1. Keep your feet firmly against the ground

Adjust the chair so that the feet rest firmly on the floor, the feet are placed slightly in front of the knees. If necessary, use a footrest. Feel free to try a height-adjustable desk – you can notice noticeable improvements by working standing large parts of the day.

2. Keep your arms in line with the floor.

Let the shoulders relax and keep the elbows at about a 90 ° angle. If you change position, try to stay within a range of between 70 ° and 135 ° – and feel free to switch to working standing.

3. Keep your hands inside your shoulders.

To prevent wear and tear, it is important to keep your hands centered, inside your shoulders. A common trap is to extend your arm to reach the mouse, but by using an ergonomic mouse from Mousetrapper, you get a correct position that keeps your arms and hands relaxed. A centered mouse provides, often after just a few weeks, a noticeable improvement.

Order a Mousetrapper today!

You will receive your Mousetrapper a few days later and can try it out in your area. Be sure to keep the original packaging of the product.

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