- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 26, 2006

This might be worth checking out — I’m going to ask for a review unit and will let readers know my experience…

Carpal tunnel syndrome will have to find new ways to cripple. Wristease, a new ergonomic wrist support, sits comfortably on your wrist as you use the computer, keeping your wrists safe from the damage of repetitive stress.

“So many of us spend hours on the computer every day, and using keyboards and mice that intensively wreaks havoc with the nerves and tendons in your wrist,” Todd Stager of Wristease. “Wristease guards your wrists from that damage, so you don’t have to miss precious working days because of carpal tunnel syndrome.”

Wristease (available online at https://www.wristease.com) was featured on the Home Garden Television show’s “I Want That - Tech Toys” segment, and it shot to instant popularity. “Our web site was accepting an order a minute after the show, proving that there is a dire demand for exactly such a product,” says Stager.

Over 40,000 people have now bought Wristease, and not a single person has returned the product for a refund. “We started selling them on eBay to test the market of internet users and use their feedback to determine the value and the effect of the product and we have a 99.9 per cent positive feedback rating,” says Stager.

Interesting claims. Watch “On Computers” and/or this space for updates.

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