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Airobic Quill Mouse (Discontinued)

The Airobic Quill Mouse features easy-to-use USB connectivity

This mouse is no longer available.
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Workplace injuries are no joke - switch up your mousing style and feel the benefits of ergonomic living instantly with the help of the Airobic Quill Mouse.

Designed to keep your hands in a neutral position for comfortable computer work, the Quill Mouse by Airobic is one accessory that'll save you from arm and wrist strain before it starts.

Features

  • USB connectivity
  • No need for special drivers (Mac drivers are available)
  • Optical tracking allows for low maintenance and high accuracy
  • 3 button mouse design
  • Scroll wheel
  • CD included offers PS/2, driver and other informative material

Specifications

Connectivity USB
Tracking Optical
Buttons 3 button mouse design with scroll wheel
Warranty 2 years
 

Airobic Quill Mouse

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The Airobic Quill Mouse is available in a right or left-handed model.

 

Quill-Well Extra Large Mouse Mat

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The Quill-Well Mouse Mat has a surface that works with the special material of Aerobic Quill's high glide feet. This mat requires less effort to move the mouse, and it provides ample workspace to use with your Quill Mouse.

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  • 5
    Quill Mouse

    Posted by S Kauffman on Sep 10th 2009

    I love my Quill mouse. Settling my hand into the curve of the mouse is very comfortable and makes long days at the computer much easier.

  • 3
    Airobic Quill Mouse

    Posted by Mike G on Aug 28th 2009

    It seems like a great design and I am sure it would help a lot of people. It turned out not to be a good fit for me because part of the hand heel rest pressed on the site of an old injury so I decided to use something else.

  • 4
    Great for me!

    Posted by Teresa on Aug 28th 2009

    The mouse keeps my wrist from bending, as I did with other regular mouses, and helps prevent pain. I lovingly call it my whale mouse! It's great!!

  • 3
    Upper Button Problem

    Posted by Bob in Roanoke, VA on Jul 11th 2009

    I generally like the Aerobic Mouse and the Nib clickless software. However, the mouse's upper button is twice as hard to press as the lower one which is properly calibrated. This causes me a lot of discomfort because I have carpal tunnel in both hands, and sometimes I need to turn off Nib on web pages such as gmail where there is too much hypertext. Human Solutions has agreed to make an exchange.

  • 5
    LOVE IT!

    Posted by CT on Jul 6th 2009

    I have had my Quill mouse for four years and have loved every minute of it. It's the only mouse I'm able to use and I have one at work and at home.Absolutely no problems with it whatsoever until just recently my work mouse has started acting up. Not a bad lifespan so not a problem to replace it. Highly recommend!

  • 1
    SUX!

    Posted by Mousekteer on May 30th 2009

    I didn't like this mouse! Good design and very comfortable. Initially, I got excellent relief for my had pain...but THEN...it stopped tracking. Company sent me a replacement. That one lasted about 6-8 weeks and the left click button DIED. Obviously poorly made product. Cannot recommend. Too bad, too. Company will keep replacing defective mice until I get one that works.

  • 4
    makes a difference

    Posted by nan on Feb 12th 2009

    I purchased this ergonomic mouse to allow my hand to rest on its side with the palm facing in rather than down in an attempt to get my fingers to stop flexing and aggravating the inflammation from arthritis. It took a few weeks to become accustomed to the new way of mousing but now that I am comfortable with its operation I also have more comfort in my hand. The mouse is large so it takes up almost twice as much room on the desk as a regular mouse, but that is ok. The one thing I wish were different: I wish the "cradle" area I rest my hand in was softer--maybe a rubber type substance rather than the hard plastic the rest of the mouse is made from. I am thinking of putting something soft in it to serve that purpose--will need to experiment to make sure it does not put my hand in a new awkward position. A mouse pad designed for this mouse is sold separately. I did not get it but got one from the office supply store--it is the smooth type--I wonder if I had purchased their own mouse pad I would have had an easier time with the mouse and taken less time to become accustomed to it--and maybe even its operation would still be easier. If you can pay the extra for the mouse pad, it might be a good idea. I still may get theirs, but will call The Human Solution and discuss it with them before I do. There are little "pads" that stick on the bottom of the mouse. They send extras along with the mouse. When you run out, they will send more at no charge. Better hope they stay in business-I think they are probably a one-of-kind item. In the meantime, hang on to their email address or phone number.

This product comes standard with a 2-year warranty.

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