ValueRays offer warm collection of gizmos



ValueRays isn’t the first company in the world to have the best interest of your hands at heart, although they do offer something unorthodox for those who are chained to their cubicles all day long. The produces on offer include a Warm Mouse, Warm Keyboard, USB Infrared Heaters, Hand Warmers and a Heated Mouse for Mouse Hand Pain.

Our USB hand warmers are infrared heaters and provide “infrared heat” therapy for computer users with hand pain and cold hands. ValueRays USB infrared heated warm mouse, heated mousepad, heated keyboard pad and Mouse Hand Warmer provide deep healing infrared heat for the cold mouse hand and cold keyboard hands. ValueRays USB Hand Warmers provide a healthy way to use the computer! Make the computer work for you, not harm you! Reduce stress. Improve circulation. Keep warm!

The use of infrared heat apparently penetrates deep through the skin’s layers to the muscle tissue, helping relieve tension and stress while improving overall blood circulation as well. This further heals and reduces the risk of computer-related hand injuries such as RSI, CTD and CTS. We wonder whether you can work this into your office budget for next year. Anyone used something like this before, and what are the results?

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3 reviews or comments

Jim Johnson Says: September 5, 2009 at 3:46 pm

I have used the ValueRays heated mouse and the ValueRays heated keyboard pad for about 6 months now. I am a lefty/righty meaning that my right hand is always on the mouse and my left hand works the keyboard. With the heated keyboard pad and heated mouse I don’t find myslef stopping and stretching my fingers and hands for more circulation. I especially like that both of the items have an on off switch. The heat is not a hot heat but a soothing infrared heat that feels really good in the mornings and when I’m working late at night. Great products.

Ida S. Says: September 8, 2009 at 7:11 am

Agree with Jim….

I bought the ValueRays 3-Piece Set – infrared heated mouse, mouse hand warmer blanket and heated keyboard pad. I love it. The infrared heat helps my arthritis, but most of all, my computer hands stay warm — I save on energy bills and don’t need to turn up the thermostat when I’m sitting at the computer. Great ideas and gadget problem solvers!

Amy Silverston Says: May 26, 2010 at 5:57 am

I was given a heated mouse as a gift earlier this year. I unwrapped it, plugged it in and it did not work.
The company refused to accept any responsibility. They (she, it’s one woman) said she would replace it ‘free’ if I bought a guarantee that cost more than the mouse sells for. We had assumed they only sold working items, and that to have it work was not something to be purchased as an additional option, so were outraged by this suggestion. At the end of a very long email exchange I was still left with a useless product that has never worked.
To add insult, a while later I received a LinkedIn invitation from someone I don’t know. One Anna Miller, wanting to add me to her professional network. The woman behind the Value Rays heated mouse. Professional is the last work I would use for her.

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