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Softedge Desk Protector 70459 & 70452

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The SoftEdge desk protector provides a soft, vinyl foam surface so users can rest their hands comfortably while typing. The desk edge protector not only reduces pressure from a hard surface- it also protects workers from any sharp edges. It significantly reduces contact stress on the forearm while working at a table.

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Size

The Softedge Desk Protector is available in 30'' or 72'' lengths.

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Softedge Desk Protector 70459 & 70452 Features

  • Foam easily wipes clean
  • Standard gray color
  • Easily and securely attaches to desk edge using a strip of Velcro
  • Dimensions: 2.25" W x 1.75" H x 0.5" thick
  • Available in standard or extra-large size

Customer Reviews

Softedge Desk Protector 70459 & 70452
$37.00
5 Stars based on 9 Review(s)
Wendy Siebrecht
5 Stars

softedge desk protector
October 1, 2014
I love it and so do my wrists. I wish the velcro was the same length as the foam. I am going to buy some more velcro as I don't want to damage the protector. Thankyou

John
5 Stars

Just what I was looking for
April 20, 2014
I debated purchase these for quite a long time. Should have bought sooner, as it just perfect for my old desk.

James
5 Stars

what a relief!
June 29, 2013
although this product is thicker and has a higher profile than what appeared in the online photos, it certainly solves the problem of my wrists always resting on the sharp 90-degree angles of my desk. i went from constantly being aware of the discomfort and stress on my wrists to not even thinking about it now. i wish i had known about this product sooner. thanks, human solution!

Chad
5 Stars

great for my wrists and elbows
July 24, 2012
should have purchased one a long time ago!

Roger Kleinschmidt
5 Stars

A-1 product
July 1, 2012
The is a great product, I have an old desk that I am very partial to but the corners are sharp making me wrist sore from typing at the computer. I had tried other arm rest that didn't cut it but this product solved the problem and now I am able to keep my old desk and work in comfort. It is also easily removable when I need the flat edge. GREAT Product, 5 stars!

Jeannie
5 Stars

soft edge desk protector
February 11, 2011
I buy ergo equipment for my office. I bought one of these a while back and the person really liked it on her sit/stand desk. It was not real thick, and soft enough to make a big difference. Now I had someone else want one, they said it was the best thing ever, once adjusted, they never had to worry about it moving.

David
5 Stars

Relief for my forearms
October 31, 2010
I really liked my new corner desk, that was until I tried to sit and actually work at it. The sharp edges of the table were scraping and wearing down my forearms until I was finding excuses not to work. This rubberized guard was exactly what I was looking for and did the trick perfectly. OK enough reviewing, back to work!

Steven
5 Stars

Can rest my wrist all day...
March 8, 2010
This cusion thing is pretty sweet. The way I sit I tend to have the bends of my wrist on the corner of my wooden desk. This causes lines to mark my wrist and becomes uncomfortable after a while. Since this thingy (technical jargon) is so soft, I can type all day without having to rub my wrist and whatnot. Good stuff!

luke
3 Stars

ok, but nothing special
December 22, 2009
For 40 bucks, this feels a bit cheap. I cant imagine its going to last more than a year before getting too shabby. As far as I can tell though, theres nothing else out there, so, what can you do? One bit of advice, cut the velcro in half, and stick the two peices at each end, rather than one peice in the middle.



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