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Royal Glam Hardwood Wrist Rests

Royal Glam Hardwood Wrist Rests

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Another warped board review. Which is too bad because the wrist rest is otherwise very nice. I did add some tung oil to make the purpleheart pop and waxed it so it felt nicer on the palms. I don't really fault them for this and it doesn't reflect my scoring of the product since it was an acceptable finish and it allows me to finish it to my preferences. But the extreme twisting of the wood that required a .3 cm shim is what gives it such a low score. In fact if I wasn't so enamored with the color and grain of the otherwise cleanly cut and finished wood, I probably would have given it one star.
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The finished to the wood could have been better, sanded further and varnished for a smoother feel.
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substantial warping on all 3
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Warped board wobbles on every surface.
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Been using my wrist rest daily. Using a 60% rest on a TKL. Been great. Depending on the angle you type at and how meaty your wrists are, these can come off as hard as wood. After using it quite a bit, it gets some weathering from your hands. Not sure if it's your skin's oil or whatnot. Not much more I need to say.... other than it being warmer and textured than glass/metal is pretty nice. Especially after a long day of stroking... keycaps all day. ;)
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Now I'm stuck with warped rosewood wrist rest that I can't return. MD says I'm SOL.
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I have experienced the same issues as others have said but some of mine at an accelerated pace.
1. I was disappointed to find out that I needed to add some rubber bottoms or some type of anti-slide surface to not have the wrist rest move around. My fault for not researching the product better but I thought something like that would have been included. 2. I paid extra for the ebony wood and I wonder if it is actually ebony wood or just a varnish or stain to make the wood darker. Regardless, within 100 hours of use the finish is clearly being removed from where my left wrist has been resting on the wood. I initially noticed the corners and sides were not evenly colored and I was OK with that but to have the actual top of the rest start totally loose the "ebony" wood look I paid for is in my opinion this is totally unacceptable.
I would avoid this rest if at all possible.
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For it's price, I was expecting a well made wrist rest. But I was disappointed after opening the package that I had to install the rubber bottoms myself. After using the wrist rest for a month I noticed that it wobbled diagonally from the upper left side to the lower right side, leading me to believe that the bottom of this slab of wood was not flush flat. I tried it on different tables to see if it was my tables fault, it wasn't. I'm pretty disappointed that for this price, the craftsmanship was sub-par.
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I love this wrist rest. It looks great and gets a lot of compliments. Haven't had any issues with it at all.
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It's hard, but looks gorgeous on my desk. Though, after a year the surface fainted around the area that my palms touch the board.
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Nakarin
Is there any way I can avoid this happening to mine?
KENTOSI
It's still noticeable, but it looks way better after I apply a mineral oil just once even without letting it soaks in. Sanding it before using the oil should be better, but I plan to coat the oil and leave it over night before wipe the excess out a couple more times. I've got the oil from IKEA actually for my cutting board.
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I like the looks, size and grain but the manufacturing itself is cheap and the coating or stain they use is water soluble and disappears very quickly leaving a rough surface, so I need to sand it back and re-oil it myself.
Not bad, not good.
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Really nice, but hard, it's wood.
I am coding the good part of the day and I would develop small bruises on my wrists bones,
But it looks good
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It's a quality wrist rest that causes a few of my coworkers to ask where they could get one. The tapered angle makes it ergonomic. Over time, it's naturally a tad faded where my wrists are primarily resting. The drips are great and gives the keyboard I'm using more stability (since most of the weight is on the wrist rest). 10/10, would buy again and recommend to a friend.
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