Thermaltake tt-eSports Keyboard Memory Foam Gaming Wrist Rest
Thermaltake Battle Dragon Wrist Rest, Uses Memory Foam, Ergonomic size 470x70x20mm, Non-slip polyurethane base
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ENRICHED DURABILITY - The smooth Lycra surface finish and the Polyurethane base provide a soft touch finish for comfort. The softness of the wrist rest also makes it more durable, where you can just put it into your bag without worrying it will break, whereas traditional hard wrist rests may snap/break easily at certain joints.
NON SLIP POLYURETHANE BASE - With the non-slip polyurethane base, it helps to hold the wrist rest firmly in place for both comfortably and stability.
YOUR IMPORTANT GADGET - If you're a 24x7 computer user or gamers, the wrist rest will surely become an important accessory in your gadget arsenal. Invest in this functional Battle Dragon Wrist Rest and enhance your gaming experience!
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 2nd Jan 2015
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