You’re well-accustomed to the pains that come from computing without a wrist rest, but you don’t want to mar your desk design with a floppy, polyester pad. Giving you the support you need for a 60% keyboard like the Poker II and coming in classy leather construction, the Noko Leatherworks 60% Keyboard Wrist Rest lets you have the support you need and the style you crave.
This is a limited buy with a cap of 20 units. If those sell out, there will be a second batch of an additional 20 units with an additional 30 day wait period.
If you want to go through the whole production history, you can check this link, but we’ll give you the highlights. To start you with a stable base, the inner core is wooden and features a 2 mm stainless steel plate underneath. These aren’t your typical, floppy pads that fall apart after a few months of use, they’re structurally sound products meant to last a good long while.
Of course, just wood and steel wouldn’t be too comfortable on the ol’ wrists, so each rest was filled with felt padding and covered in genuine vegetable tanned leather, sourced from the American tannery Wickett and Craig. To bring the whole piece together, Noko handstitched the rest with braided polyester thread direct from Maine Thread Company. Expertly made, elegantly styled, and, most importantly, a comfortable place for your wrists, the Noko Leatherworks 60% Wrist Rest saves you pain and gives you a classy accessory.
Estimated ship date is Feb 12, 2015 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.