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Assistive Tech - Ergonomic Mouse - Small - Black Optical.

Misco No. : 2174260
Manufacturer/No: ASSISTIVE TECH / M-RMS-OPT
Price:
£70.95 Ex VAT
£85.14 Inc VAT
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Hypertec Ergonomic Mouse Large


3M Ergonomic Optical Mouse - Large. Clinically proven to reduce the muscle strain and discomfort associated with carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress injury.
What size do you need? Large (this item) = palm width of 8.9cm or more; Small/Medium - palm width of 8.8cm or less.



Technical Specification

Main Specifications
Product DescriptionHypertec Ergonomic Mouse Large - mouse - black
Device TypeMouse
ColorBlack
Movement Detection TechnologyOptical



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