wrist pad

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Noun1.wrist pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn by football playerswrist pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn by football players
protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
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Consider purchasing ergonomic devices such as an ergonomically shaped mouse, keyboard tray, monitor riser, padded mouse pad with wrist rest, keyboard wrist pad, padded floor mat (for users who stand), anti-glare screen, back support belt, wrist support brace, and additional lighting.
Beneath the wrist pad is a pressure sensor to measure the force of the hand toward the work surface.
* Experiment with a wrist pad to help reduce stress on the wrist.
It said the high-resolution optical mouse includes an integrated wrist pad and is operated with a 'glider' in a natural vertical hand position, with the wrist rest providing relief and support for muscle groups.
Featuring an adjustable wrist pad for right- and left-hand use, the device boasts six degrees of freedom and allows users to simultaneously pan, zoom, and rotate 3D models.
The glove's removable stay provides flexible support for carpal tunnel syndrome sufferers, while its moldable wrist pad raises your wrist to a healthy position.
For keyboard and mouse users, wrist pads are very helpful in preventing the wrist from bending too much.
Col Al Ameri also said that children must use protective gear such as helmets, knee, elbow and wrist pads to ensure maximum safety.
Built to enhance a firearm examiner's experience sitting at a microscope for extended periods of time, the device includes adjustable column and table heights, tiltable binocular head, roll-off prevention table edge, ergonomic table shape and wrist pads for added comfort.
Be sure to wear proper safety equipment (helmets, wrist pads, etc.).
ANY sport where you have to wear knee, elbow and wrist pads and a crash helmet while mounted on rollerskates is bound to be tough to master.
Fortunately being kitted out in helmets, mouth guards, knee, elbow, shoulder and wrist pads minimises the risk of injury though a few bumps and bruises are only to be expected.