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Review: Magic Mouse Fix Solves the Uncomfortable Magic Mouse

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The Magic Mouse is a great mouse with multi-touch gestures. I picked mine up soon after it was launched by Apple. However, I have relatively large hands. After a few hours I noticed my hand and wrist didn’t ‘agree’ with the contours of the Magic Mouse. I’ve switched back and forth between mice and it wasn’t until I stumbled upon the Magic Mouse Fix that made the Magic Mouse bearable.

What is the Magic Mouse Fix?

It’s a soft, comfortable silicone addition that attaches to the Magic Mouse via suction. It raises the base of the Magic Mouse to help mold better to your hand, and to relieve some pain. I had a chance to try out the Magic Mouse Fix, created by Will from hybridracing.com.

Does it Work?

After receiving the silicone piece, and attaching it to my Magic Mouse the experience was improved. My hand felt better and wrist did not hurt as much as days went by. The Magic Mouse fix really does work. And at $12 plus $3 shipping to Canada, it’s a small price to pay to alleviate discomfort from Apple’s Magic Mouse. So if you’ve been suffering, definitely give the Magic Mouse Fix some consideration.

I’m currently no longer using the Magic Mouse, as it didn’t fit right with my large hands. I’m now using the Logitech Revolution MX thanks to a recommendation from @jessicasarai. My hand has thanked me for it!

Click here to visit MMFixed.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Logitech Revolution MX

    Good choice

  • Inoyourehere

    Wow! “Breast Augmentation” for a computer mouse!

  • JSR84

    Revolution MX > All

  • I stopped using this piece of junk after trying out for a week. This is only for kids and girls with tiny hands.

  • Really takes the wow factor out if your looking for a clean all Apple setup lol
    I actually never felt that if was that uncomfortable for me, although I use a the magic Trackpad now ^_~

  • JfromK

    I used to use the Logitech MX Revolution. But Logitech refreshed the model a little while ago and it is called the Performance MX. The big difference for someone who uses this mouse at a desktop station is that the Performance MX uses a USB cord plugged into the front of the mouse instead of having to charge it on a base. So now I just leave it plugged in like a corded mouse, but I can unplug it for mobility or when I need that little extra freedom of movement in a shooter game. They also removed the thumb “wheel” from the Performance MX. I don’t miss it, I found it awkward to use anyway. Oh and it’s a Darkfield laser so it can be used on a glass top table.

  • maxgruv

    It’s NOT a TUMOUR!

  • Mikejameshughes

    Magic mouse, can’t stand it. I have 30+ mac users on site. Battery life of the Magic is not great and having to constantly purchase batteries is a pain, so most have reverted back to the wired mighty mouse.

    I have been using the MX for 3+ years now and luv it, the buttons, the feel, scroll wheel and the Mac driver really works well. But for the last month or so the mouse is having trouble charging. I put it in the base but the LED’s do not indicate the charge (the three cascading blinking green LED’s), if I apply some pressure by firmly holding it in the base the LED’s start to blink and then stop when I release.

    Anyone know how long this mouse should last? Is it time for a new one?

  • Thanks Arnie!

  • Anonymous

    What the hell good is a cool looking mouse if you have to put that on it so it won’t hurt your hand when you use it? I bought a Mighty Mouse and returned it two days later. Give me a Logitech mouse of any variety over the “Mighty” mouse.

  • I have no problems with it, sure its not the same feel as the arc mouse or the revolution, but all the other mice do not have the multi-touch features. And with additional software it does a whole hell of a lot. Seriously this addition is kind of ridiculous, because even the back of the mouse can be used for other functions. Even with big hands its not one of those mice your suppose to lean on and engulf it with your whole hand. Oh and there is a charger cradle for it, with rechargeable batteries. Mine last about a month before i have to change the batteries and i use it everyday at work.

  • gordunramsie

    That thing looks like a friggin marshmallow!

  • gordunramsie

    That thing looks like a friggin marshmallow!

  • Anonymous

    Best mouse ever is the logitech MX1000. They are hard to find anymore as they are about 5 years old now. But I am glad I bought 2.
    They replaced it with the Revolution and then the Performance. Don’t get why they changed it as it is still the best in my opinion.

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