Best Mouse Pad With Wrist Rest

Today I share the best mouse pad with wrist rest options, so…if you have been experienceing wrist pain, discomfort or even symtomps of carpan tunnel syndrom from straining your wrist so much…you are in the right place!

Below you will find mouse pads that you can use for work and gaming so…why don’t we get started with a brief overview of the models I got for you today followed by a proper, mode detailed review?

Let’s jump right into it!

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Now it’s time for the mode detailed reviews. And the first one is…

1:  RAKOON Wrist Rest Ergonomic Mouse Pad

When you see a product that has over 300 reviews and is rated close to 5 stars, then you can simply infer that it is a product worth taking a look at.

This ergonomic mouse pad with wrist support from Rakoon offers an adequately textured surface for your mouse to function smoothly and then adds the wrist support.

With this support, your arm is relaxed from not having to provide the support needed to keep your wrist up while using the mouse.

What this then means is that you will be able to work for very long hours without your arm or wrist getting fatigued. It also means that you will not be in danger of suffering from carpal tunnel and media nerve compression issues.

Let’s break the features it offers down:

Features

  • Ergonomic design
  • Well-textured surface for easy mouse operation
  • Non-slip bottom surface
  • Memory foam pad
  • One-size fits all
  • Waterproof lining

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2. Vaydeer Mouse Wrist Rest

This is another highly rated mouse pad that offers a very specific function. Unlike most other products, including the one I use, this comes only as a wrist rest.

I personally do not use this because it will only serve in situations where the table surface is already textured for mouse use.

You can therefore only consider this if you currently do not have need for a mouse pad. This will just be placed under your wrist to provide proper support as you work.

Here are some of the features this ergonomic mouse pad offers:

Features

  • Non-slip silicone base
  • Memory foam mouse pad
  • Measures 8.66 by 2.63 inches
  • Ergonomic design
  • Breathable material

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3. ZZshop Mouse Pad with Wrist Protect

I just had to include this ergonomic mouse pad in this list because it really looks like the one I currently use, which, by the way, is the one I love.

Now, this is a combo of both a mouse pad and a wrist support pad. This means that you can use it on any surface and your mouse will work well.

Interestingly, this mouse pad is designed to improve performance on two fronts – improve mouse tracking accuracy and also improve wrist comfort.

It achieves this with the kind of material used for both the top and bottom surfaces.

On the top, you have a non-reflective, sponge and cloth surface that provides the optimal surface texture for your mouse.

On the bottom, it has this neoprene rubber material that provides good traction to keep the mouse pad from sliding around the whole place.

Take a look at a breakdown of its features:

Features

  • Non-reflective sponge and cloth surface
  • Neoprene rubber bottom
  • Ergonomic mouse pad and wrist support combo
  • Size – 9 by 7.8 inches
  • Blue and black color options
  • Ergonomic design
  • Breathable material

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4. ZZshop 1Pc Comfort Square Wrist Mouse Pad

Why did I add a mouse pad that has only one review even if that review is 5-star? Well, here’s the thing…

This ergonomic mouse pad has the same basic ergonomic design as most of the others out there so it will get the job done.

In addition to the above, this mouse pad is shaped differently from more of the others, making it a great alternative for those who possibly do not like the other shapes.

Aside from all of the above, one of the main reasons I quickly added this to the list is the fact that it offers more color options.

Really…?

Well yeah! Color plays an important role in the setup and comfort of your work space so having enough color options to be able to pick one that can match your existing décor is a great advantage.

Here are the features of this ergonomic mouse pad in a nutshell:

Features

  • Rectangle shaped
  • Ergonomic design
  • Hard, non-reflective, textured surface
  • 66 x 7.87 inches in dimension
  • 5 inch wrist pad height
  • Breathable material

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5. Wisefield Comfort Wrist Mouse Pad

If you have been following this review closely, then you may know that I kind of have a soft spot for this design because it is similar to the one I use.

Just as most other designs, it offers a cloth and sponge-like surface that presents just the right kind of surface texture for all kinds of mice – mechanical, trackball and optical types.

Underneath, it has a rubber and neoprene material that offers good traction with most surfaces, preventing the ergonomic mouse pad from sliding about with use.

The wrist pad, which provides the support, is made of a kind of memory foam that is comfortable but firm enough to do its job without getting indented.

For aesthetic value, you have up to seven colors that you can choose from. This means that you will not be forced to choose a color that will not fit into your existing décor scheme.

Here’s a summary of what to expect from this mouse pad:

Features

  • Front material – cloth and sponge
  • Backside material – rubber and neoprene
  • Dimension – 9.4 x 7.8 x 1.5 inches
  • Wrist pad height – 0.78 inches
  • Breathable material
  • Ergonomic design mouse pad
  • Well textured non-reflective surface

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6. Huado Mouse Pad with Wrist Support

If you’ve been wondering if everything here on the list is basically the same then here’s something different.

I found this to be an interesting approach to an ergonomic mouse pad. Who makes a mouse pad with leather – soft or not?

Well, Huado obviously does and have a 4.9 star rating from about 128 reviews (as at the time of writing this review) to show for it.

This particular mouse pad with wrist support clearly offers something different from what every other one we have looked at does.

But does this difference translate to effectiveness in its primary function?

The top surface is made with soft leather that is precisely cut and close sewed. The craftsmanship and care put into the sewing can easily be seen.

For the wrist support, the 0.78 high mouse pad area is loaded with soft rebound cotton that is both comfortable and firm.

Beneath it all, the bottom surface is covered with a non-slip rubber material that ensures the entire mouse pad stays in place as you work.

Are you intrigued? Let’s break down the features of this mouse pad:

Features

  • Soft leather design
  • Non-slip rubber bottom surface
  • Soft rebound cotton loaded support pad
  • Ergonomic design mouse pad
  • Dimension – 10.6 x 9.64 inches
  • 78 inch high support pad
  • Mouse pad is available in brown and black colors

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7. Sovawin Ergonomic Mouse Wrist Pad

I will be rounding off our list with this uniquely designed mouse pad. Looking at the image of the product, you are sure to have a bit of a hard time trying to figure it out.

The reason why this mouse pad has a funny shape is because it is designed to work best with a vertical mouse. This does not however mean that you cannot use with it the regular mouse.

The streamlined, ergonomic design just works best with a vertical mouse.

This wrist mouse pad is built with what the manufacturers refer to as advanced silicone. It is this silicone that provides the support it offers.

Another thing to note in this mouse pad is that because of its design, it is best suited for use with the right hand. Sadly, there is none for left hand use.

Since this is just a mouse pad, you will either use it on a properly textured surface for your mouse or with a regular mouse pad.

Let’s now break its features down into bullet points.

Features

  • Streamlined design
  • Made of advanced silicone
  • Wrist pad alone
  • Best for use with vertical mouse
  • Measures 0.59 x 3.85 x 0.39 inches
  • Provides good wrist support
  • Prevents and reduces wrist pains

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My Overall Best

If you had to just pick any one mouse pad with wrist rest, you will likely not have a hard time doing so.

The story however changes drastically when you have a choice of seven options from which to choose.

If you followed us through this review, you will agree that we had some great products with interesting features.

Most of the products we looked at will serve the required purpose in most cases. That said, there is always that little edge that one will have over the other.

My personal favorite mouse pad from this lot is the Wisefield Comfort Wrist Mouse Pad.

I chose this because aside from the main value it offers, it also adds portability and the option to select from about seven colors.

That’s it guys! Go get your mouse pad with wrist support and improve your work efficiency.