Sunday, December 21, 2008

WarmMe Warm Mouse Review and Giveaway

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Before I got a cast put on my arm, I was dealing with a great deal of wrist and hand pain. To be truthful, I could hardly type at all because the pain was so severe. I happened upon a product called the WarmMe Warm Mouse while I was browsing the internet (one-handed!), and I was immediately intrigued.

The WarmMe Warm Mouse is a heated mouse that works for both PC and Mac. You NEED a Warm Me Warm Mouse if you work in a COLD office or warehouse. You NEED a WarmMe Warm Mouse if you suffer from any of the following:

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Arthritis
Raynaud’s
DeQuervain’s
poor circulation
Tendonitis
RSI or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

According to the website, The WarmMe Warm Mouse is ergonomically designed to fit in your hand comfortably, minimizing unnecessary pressure on the wrist and forearm muscles. This insures that your wrist is in a neutral position during use. You can move freely while delivering therapeutic heat to relax tight hand and wrist muscles.

WarmMe Warm Mouse improves circulation in your hand, fingers, thumb and fingertips. As natural infrared rays are gently emitted, reflected and refracted in the soft tissues of your fingers and hands, cellular functioning is enhanced. This amazing process can help to reverse damage done from overworked joints. Infrared rays can actually help to produce better enzymes within the cells of the muscle.

I was sent a WarmMe Warm Mouse to review, and I could not have been more excited! During the time between receiving the WarmMe Warm Mouse and having a cast put on, I was able to play around a bit with the it. It is amazing how much it helped my wrist pain and allowed me to type - even just a little bit. The warmth of the mouse was so relaxing for my hand. It reminds me of what it feels like when I put moist heat on my wrist. The WarmMe Warm Mouse has a button in the cord for me to turn the heat on or off, and I really like that feature because my hand felt better when I used the heat setting for awhile and then turned it off for a bit.

I am really looking forward to having my hand heal more so that I can use the WarmMe Warm Mouse again! I plan to use it at home and work because I know that I will be able to do so much more on the computer with the help of the WarmMe Warm Mouse.

If you suffer from wrist or hand pain, or if you just want the benefit of using a mouse that will keep you warm while you type, you should purchase the WarmMe Warm Mouse. I highly recommend this product for anyone, especially those with any sort of hand or wrist pain.

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36 comments:

jamaise said...
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jamaise said...

Oh no the dreded first post - sigh. Oh well lets get things started!!
This would be perfect for my mom who has been comenting lately on her hands feeling like they're loosing circulation while she's on the computer. Anything warm at this time of year is welcome!

Andreah @ Life's A Hoot said...

I would like this because my hands stay so cold when I am on the computer. The feature that I like (besides all of them!) is that there is an on/off switch on the cord.

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I subbed in email too :)))

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I tried to subscribe via email but it gave me some sort of error. =(

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I follow you as well:)))

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Anastasia said...

my hands are always cold

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I am a follower.

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MJ said...

I love the Heat Therapy.

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Jenna said...

I like the heat therapy. I keep my house very cold in the winter because it is so expensive to heat so having a heated mouse would be awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

betty R.~Simply Southern said...

same as above,my wrist hurts a lot in winter when it's cold and this would be a great help.

bUT...
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micaela6955 said...

Definitely the heat therapy...I have DeQuervain's and was surprised to see that listed since it's not something you commonly hear about. I know being in a cast stinks, I have had 4 arm/shoulder surgeries on my rt arm... and currently use a gel wrist pad to alleviate any further problems. I never even knew these existed, so will definitely look into getting a couple-thanks for the heads up!

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exotic1 said...

Isn't this a grand invention. I have RA and my joints hurt from the cold and since one of the symptoms is poor circulation my hands and feet are always cold even in the summer but since I live in Maine and the winters get down to -40 below at times it's down right painful sometimes. I have a heater I'm using now under my PC desk which keeps my feet warm but my hands are always cold.I blogged about this site and giveaway just click the link below.
http://exotic1.blogspot.com/2008/12/warm-little-mouse.html
Thanks for caring and for sharing~!

exotic1 said...

I follow your blog :)

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exotic1 said...

I tweeted at twitter about your site and giveaway here.
http://twitter.com/exotic1/status/1078814181
Thanks Again

Lilith Silvermane said...

I have one of these... I love it. My favorite feature, the on and off switch. It helps a lot on days like today that are warmer, but I know tonight I'll need it! I'd love for it to have the ability to switch off on it's own! That would be great.

I could use another one for work.. I get soooo cold there!

nanja said...

The best part is that it warms simply by using your usb port .The warmtn would be soothing to arthritic hands
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3boyzmom said...

I like the fact that it is designed for the most comfort for the hands.

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Anonymous said...

My mouse hand gets so cold I use a warming mouse pad, a warming mouse and a mouse hand warmer blanket. You can see them at IGMproducts.com. The blanket keeps my entire hand and most of my arm covered by cozy fleece. It works great.

http://www.IGMproducts.com

Anonymous said...

Here's a direct link to see the mouse hand warmer blanket to use with a warming mouse. IGMproducts.com

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