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  • Controlled by a fully open rollerbar, which encourages the use of both hands
    Unparalleled precision with tracking technology inside the rollerbar – up to 2400 dpi Quick and easy cursor speed change between five cursor speeds (800/1000/1200/1600/2400 dpi)
  • Eight key functions made for productivity and ergonomics, including the “one touch” double click, copy and paste
  • Compatible with Apple OSX, Apple Mac OS 8.1 or newer, Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP/ME/98
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Technical Details
BrandRollermouse
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions10 x 41 x 2.3 cm
Item model numberRM-RED
SeriesRollermouse RM RED
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DE83RSC
Best Sellers Rank 81,238 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
Date First Available14 Jun. 2013
  
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Product Description

Experience real comfort, control, and pinpoint accuracy with RollerMouse Re:d.

Innovative, awarded, gripless, ergonomic mouse that sits in front of the keyboard. Creates optimal work zone with relaxed hands and a neutral wrist posture. Eliminates wearing and wasteful movements associated with a traditional mouse. Prevents pain in the shoulder, neck, and elbows. RollerMouse Re:d is your new best friend. Work never felt so good.

The new RollerMouse Re:d, winner of the red dot design award 2013, gives you unparalleled precision, control and comfort.

New solid, sleek and durable aluminium houses a new advanced rollerbar and eight centralised button functions.

Seven sensors inside the rollerbar track cursor position, constantly and intuitively adapting to your pace to decrease micro movements and increase efficiency.

The new textured rollerbar is bigger and better giving you more control and less strain. The mechanical mouse click has been replaced with an electronic click to eliminate click trauma and reduce the risk of unnecessary strain.

The larger surface of the rollerbar gives you more control when pointing, rolling or clicking. RollerMouse Re:d was designed to adapt to the diverse needs of today’s computer users, working with large display areas and programs ranging from CAD to general Office applications.


Controlled by a fully open rollerbar, which encourages the use of both hands
Unparalleled precision with tracking technology inside the rollerbar – up to 2400 dpi Quick and easy cursor speed change between five cursor speeds (800/1000/1200/1600/2400 dpi)
Eight key functions made for productivity and ergonomics, including the “one touch” double click, copy and paste
Adjustable click force and click volume
Keyboard risers making it possible to customise keyboard height and angle to ensure optimal comfort and working position
Plug and play USB installation – no driver required
Aluminium body with detachable leatherette wrist rest
2-year warranty
Compatible with Apple OSX, Apple Mac OS 8.1 or newer, Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP/ME/98
Measurements (height/length/depth): 2,3 cm/41,5 cm/10 cm (25,6 cm with keyboard risers)

Box Contains

1 x Contour Keyboard RE:D


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rae Martin on 4 Mar. 2014
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Okay, so it's expensive, annoying to use (still learning), the click bar is noisy and too sensitive (even on least sensitive setting) but none of that matters.

I have used various mice for the last 18 years both left and right handed. Then I switched to trackballs about 6 years ago which gave a small rest bite before the pain in both hands and arms was intolerable (despite switching hands on alternating days). Even so, I've suffered finger, elbow, wrist and shoulder pain for the last 10 years at least. The shoulder pain has got to be especially painful. Endless ibuprofen only took the edge off.

One week of using the Re:d and all the pain is GONE. That's why it's worth the 5 star rating. Everything else is meaningless against that fact.
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Amazon.com: 33 reviews
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic and Refreshing Input Device 20 Nov. 2013
By Christopher Petro - Published on Amazon.com
I recently switched jobs. I tried an older version of this a few years back but had a mobile job so I had to return it. I knew that once I switched to a standard job, I would have one of these on my desk. Luckily for me, the timing of that meant I could get the latest version from Contour Design, the Rollermouse Re:d.

More about the product and my experience:

-The quality and workmanship of this product is very high. The base is built of solid aluminum and it feels very sturdy. The actual rollerbar mechanism and buttons/scroll wheel feel great.
-The level of adjustment is fantastic, clickbar can be turned off or set to one of 5 resistance levels. In addition, you can adjust click sound and rollerbar sensitivity.
-It's very easy to learn to use and takes literally no time at all. You will find that you will be reaching for your mouse / trackball the first few days but ultimately that habit goes away quickly.
-I can't stress enough to take the time to properly set this up and also get a compatible keyboard (I'm using the Freestyle 2).

I can say that after using this product for 3 weeks, I won't use anything else again. My shoulder and right arm (and thumb) feel so much better. I've been using a thumb operated trackball for 10 yrs and this is a remarkable change.

A hint to potential purchasers: Contour Design offers a 30 day trial if you purchase through them...however they will charge you shipping. The product here also comes from Contour Design with free shipping and you can still return it within 30 days if you don't like it.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Terrific 4 Sept. 2013
By Claire Burke - Published on Amazon.com
I've been using the Rollermouse2 for about a year. It has made such a huge difference in my work and how my body feels. I started out using it at my sit-down desk, but I then purchased a walking treadmill (lifespan) and a sit/stand desk (conset) and I can say there is no way that I could've worked while walking using a regular mouse. But you will reap the ergonomic benefits of this no matter what desk set-up you have.

The new Red version is built much better than the 2. It is incredibly solid, the rollerbar is bigger, has textile bumps, and frankly just works better. The wrist rest is the real improvement! It is smaller, so it takes up less desk space in front of my keyboard. But it has a leather (real? no idea) wrist rest that is so wonderful. It is never cold and is just...comforting. Versus the prior model which felt like vinyl and was always cold on my wrists.

They also made the keyboard holders slide, whereas on the prior model they were fixed, so this is also a vast improvement. I would've ordered this off amazon had it been Prime eligible, but as it were I went to my local store and picked one up as I have no patience waiting on some unknown shipping ETA. These items are not cheap, and while I debated replacing my Rollermouse2 because there was nothing wrong with it, the upgrade was definitely more than worth the price for me.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
worth the money, better than the earlier versions 5 Aug. 2013
By Nathan - Published on Amazon.com
Very good product. If you are doing anything mouse intensive you want to avoid RSI and similar issues, not treat them once you have the problem. This latest version, I had an earlier one, is very very solidly made and like earlier verisons eliminates all the repetitive stress motions of a regular mouse. You can use all your fingers, or one, or anything in between, to move the mouse, and you can click the same way. There is also a neat double click button that only requires one tap. All that means you dont stress one or two fingers on one hand. Also much better than a track pad, which gave me serious tendon issues in my elbow because of all the tapping with two fingers. I gave it four stars only because it takes a bit of doing to get it well-positioned at the bottom of your keyboard. I would have paid much more than $265 to avoid the tendonosis I developed in both elbows!

Get it.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Better than a mouse 15 Sept. 2014
By Mark McGinty - Published on Amazon.com
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This device is pretty good -- it is definitely less traumatic than a mouse in that using this avoids a type of repetitive motion I've been inflicting upon myself for decades (so at least, not traumatic in the same way -- only time will tell.) But it has some short comings, that are inherent to its design.

Most keyboard drawers have difficulty accommodating this device, it adds almost 5" to the depth of your keyboard device set. This of course means you must extend 5 extra inches to type, which can be hard when your shoulder is affected by RSI. It also makes ergonomic keyboards impractical, so you lose that advantage, if you were using one. (The added strain of retyping missed keys should not be underestimated.)

Also, if you leave it enabled, a wide range of drag and drop accidents are made possible by the roller bar click feature. And if the bottom edge of the keyboard is touching the bar, weird clicks can occur.

Lastly, to move the mouse pointer your elbow is pushed out away from your body while your forearm stays close in, it gets uncomfortable after awhile, which makes it tempting to slide your chair back -- but then, until you remember to slide up again, you're over-extended while typing.

Bottom line, I kept it and am using it -- no one is better about returns than Amazon, that wasn't lost on me at all... I guess I was hoping for more?

Addendum: I've been using this now going on 4 months, and the difference in the way my shoulder and back feel, even after working long hours, is literally amazing! But everything is a trade-off, and the downside is that drag and drop accidents have cost me some time. I have the click force at its maximum setting, yet still get unwanted clicks as I'm moving the pointer. Turning bar click off makes it nearly useless, it slows me down by a factor of 3 or 4.

As a work-around I set the drag height and width from 4 to 60, so now I have to drag things 60 pixels before the drag is started -- it doesn't make accidental clicks any more or less possible, but it does make accidental drag/drop less likely and more visible. (You have to know where it dropped in order to move it back.) The registry settings are under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop, DragWidth and DragHeight. If you don't know how to edit the registry trying to explain it here would be too dangerous, but if there's any interest I'll write a free program to do it.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
another world 30 Sept. 2013
By Alex - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I have been using a roller mouse pro2.
Then I feel this Re;d is much better than Pro2 by using thicker rollerbar.

The roller bar is relatively accurate,I can point so easily from end to end even if using 1920 pixel wide display.

The reason why I put 4 stars is, physical click button is a bit harder than pro2.
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