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Leather Wrist Rests

Leather Wrist Rests

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Product Description
Thick and heavy, this leather wrist rest measures 12 inches long by 4 inches wide—the ideal dimensions to pair with a 60% keyboard. Bound with foam, for softness, and a metal plate, to help maintain its shape, it features white stitching around the edges Read More

Oct 13, 2016
Who is the manufacturer?
Oct 9, 2016
"Wrist pads and gel pads are not proven to prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). In fact, they may actually make matters worse. The Carpal Tunnel is just big enough for the nerves and tendons that pass through it. Putting added pressure on the wrist may compress the tunnel and increase chances of the median nerve getting pinched. If you use or are investigating a wrist rest, ensure that your palm touches the wrist rest lightly only while you are NOT typing. Resting your wrists on the wrist rest while you are typing is actually detrimental as it will place pressure on the wrist and cut off blood circulation to the hand, with negative effects (even if the wrist rest is soft.) A best practice is to not lower your wrist at all when typing, but rather adjust your desk/mouse so your forearms are almost parallel to the floor." Brought an important quote here to you guys. I used a wrist rest for years until reading into how bad they can be for you.
Hey everyone. Turns out I made a mistake. These were actually leather wrist rests and not PU leather. The sample we've received looked and felt pretty great.
I've also updated the drop with the correct information.
Oct 13, 2016
YanboWuCan you tell us what kind of leather? There is a range of leather quality. I can't imagine this is full grain at that price.
MrRooksDefinitely not full grain or top grain. I imagine it's more of what people would call "genuine leather".
Oct 7, 2016
"PU Leather" What they have to call it since everyone learned the meaning of "faux".
Oct 7, 2016
PU Leather! Not real leather!
Oct 7, 2016
Leathercraft hobbyist here. Being a top grain leather, where the original surface is stripped, then embossed with a polyurethane layer, it's cheaper to produce and likely why they can hit a lower price point. It'd make for almost nonexistent margins to sell for this cheap while also making it with a good full grain leather. Functional tradeoffs being that the finish may wear faster with time, and that the leather won't breathe well, like full grain leather does, since the pores are all covered with the PU Layer now.
Oct 7, 2016
There are plenty of good leather belts out there. Just look for one that is one solid strip of leather. Anything with a seam running along the edge is most likely made of less quality materials and will crack/split/disintegrate in no time.
Oct 7, 2016
Previous comments don't lie: "pleather" won't last the warranty especially under the constant wear of wrists.
Oct 7, 2016
TL;DR: This isn't leather. And <ding><ding>shame on massdrop for presenting it as such. Customers of massdrop are generally "enthusiasts" and this is certainly not enthusiast grade.
Since I was curious about "PU Leather" (is it stinky?), I looked it up. I'll post here for the edification of all... From:
"Bicast leather (also known as bi-cast leather, bycast leather, or PU leather, sometimes described as split leather) is a material made with a split leather backing covered with a layer of polyurethane (hence the term "PU leather") that is applied to the surface and then embossed. "
"The use of terms like "leather", "genuine leather" or "100% leather" in relation to bicast treatment is considered a misrepresentation and therefore not permitted in some countries, including the UK, Denmark, and New Zealand. Furniture made with bicast exhibits none of the characteristics associated with aniline leather; it will not develop a patina or suppleness nor otherwise "improve with age". With constant use, the polyurethane layer may crack and split free of its backing, and abrasion may cause large unsightly marks."
On the upside, I've learned something new today and also found out why I can't find a damn decent belt.
Oct 7, 2016
"Hated By Bratty Children Worldwide"
Oct 10, 2016
Huh. I mainly just look at bags from them since the "belts" he used to make were alternate uses for his backpack straps in a pinch and went "all the way" to 36". (Not very useful for fat people like me, but what do I need a backpack for anyway?)
His bags are all he says and more, by the way. Everyone who looks at one of mine wants it.
Oct 7, 2016
For those unfamiliar, "PU leather" is synthetic. The title and description are misleading.
Oct 13, 2016
tejonThank you, I came here to find this.
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