Overall and Final Verdict

So this is one of those reviews where there isn’t really a whole lot of testing I can really do. I have spent the last month using the Grifiti Fat Wrist Pads on all of our computers. Without a doubt using them is a lot better than not having them. My wife has been using one as well. Her biggest complaint was that she would like to have a matching pad for her mouse, but after looking Grifiti has those too, looks like I will have to put in an order for a few.

The Wrist Pad aren’t perfect, for starters they show wear quickly. Specifically if you use them a lot they start to mushroom out from the pressure you put on them. The smooth skin model also soaks up your body oils quickly giving it a dirty/inconsistent look really quickly.

Beyond their comfort, what I really like about the Wrist Pads is the variety of sizes, shapes, colors, and even surfaces that you can get. The fact that you can get a pad to fit any size keyboard including an ErgoDox is awesome, especially for someone like me who has a whole range of keyboards. Sadly, I am going to have to pick up pads for both my 60% and TKL keyboards in the future. Now that I use one day to day I don’t think I’m going to want to run without one when I go to events. 

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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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