RollerMouse - your opinions?

rony123

11 Apr 2017, 00:25

As for me it is very handy. if someone know how to use it properly he will have much better experience!
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Sugoi

08 Jan 2019, 23:12

It's a nice addition to my desk setup. However, it mainly acts as wrist rest as using trackballs is more more convenient to me.

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madrobby

11 Jan 2019, 15:56

Using it for a while now (carpal tunnel!) and it works really well even with my wrist brace. Can really recommend it. And forget about the wireless, use the USB cable (if you get the wireless RollerMouse you can do wireless or USB!).

I'm thinking about getting the optional elbow-length wristpad which looks to me that it works great for standing desks.
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snot

24 Jan 2019, 05:31

You all have got me very interested in getting a roller mouse now. If any of you still have one you are willing to sell send me a pm.

tucvbif

14 Mar 2020, 14:16

I have a little issue.
I got a used Free2 and recently I notice black spots on left side of the metal axle. When it happens, the roller feels sticky. When I remove this spots, it feels smooth again, but after 2-3 days spots come back again. Any ideas?

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Dingster

14 Mar 2020, 14:19

tucvbif wrote:
14 Mar 2020, 14:16
I have a little issue.
I got a used Free2 and recently I notice black spots on left side of the metal axle. When it happens, the roller feels sticky. When I remove this spots, it feels smooth again, but after 2-3 days spots come back again. Any ideas?
I think thats just regular grime, might be wrong. Same thing happens in trackballs that use metal rollers :)

tucvbif

14 Mar 2020, 14:30

But it didn't happen earlier. Maybe, I need to disassemble it and clean roller itself inside and metal axle under roller?

tucvbif

21 Mar 2020, 13:15

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