One of the downsides of the increased popularity of mechanical keyboards is that for the most part they are a lot thicker than rubber dome keyboards. That can sometimes lead to more wrist pain. Some manufactures include a wrist rest with their mechanical keyboards but that isn’t an option for everyone. When I switched to a Code keyboard and moved to a new desk I noticed right away that the new desk would dig into my arm, so this put me on the market for a wrist rest that fit my needs. I had seen a few people using Grifiti Fat Wrist Pads previously and knew that the thick padded design would be perfect for my needs. Well when I ordered one from Amazon I actually ran into a small problem and that led to me speaking to Grifiti’s owner and along with replacing mine he sent a whole box of different pads for me to check out. Now that I have been using the Grifiti Fat Wrist Pads for a while now I can finally talk a little about how they perform, enjoy!

Product Name: Grifiti Fat Wrist Pads

Review Sample Provided by: Grafiti

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes


Models tested

Grifiti Fat Wrist Pad 17 (Nylon Surface)

Size: 4 x 17 x 0.75 inches

Grifiti Fat Wrist Pad 17 (Smooth Surface)

Size: 4 x 17 x 0.75 inches

Grifiti Fat Wrist Pad 19 (Smooth Surface)

Size: 4 x 19 x 0.75 inches

Grifiti Big-Ass Fat Wrist Pad 17 (Smooth Skin)

Size: 8 x 17 x 0.75 inches

Ergodox Fat Wrist Pad Set Custom Fit for Massdrop Split Keyboard Set


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36443 18 Mar 2015 21:31
Happy hump day everyone! Today I take a quick look at a few thick wrist rests from Grifiti

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