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View Full Discussion After searching on reviews about the mouse, many videos told you how this works https://youtu.be/lhb_AJk6mag .However, whether this is much better for your health in long term will require some time and feedback from ppl who used it for a long time. At this point, it seems theoretical but it’s in the right direction, considering anatomy and stuff. I am interested in this mouse and would love to buy it, for the sake of not risking my health over long hours researching work.
While I can't say it's been medically proven or tested, there are many testimonials from users you can contact and ask why they are still using the RBT after months and decided to not switch back to the traditional mouse design or the trackpad. Thank you for giving the RBT design a chance. For change!
"While I can't say it's been medically proven or tested"
Then you can't make claims that it will reduce RSI or Carpal Tunnel. The FTC is very clear about making unsubstantiated medical claims in advertising. You need to either get your product tested, or change the marketing to not mention RSI at all.