Wireless Vertical Mouse Rock Mouse

Mouse Rockstick Mouse


A vertical mouse that avoids twisting of the hand, wrist and forearm that often results in RSI and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

This ambidexterous mouse, can be used simply with both your left and right hand.

Instead of using your fingers for clicking you use your hand movements to the right or left to click right or left, thus helping you avoid RSI and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Red dot Award winner 2014Red Dot Award Winner 2014.


€134.07incl VAT

Prices quoted are ex VAT

Red Dot Award 2015A Convenient And Stylish Replacment of Traditional Mouse Clicking - Rock Mouse. Let Your Fingers Rest!


Many people complain of discomfort when having to click their mouse repeatedly. The Rock Mouse provides the ultimate solution to your conventional mouse clicking problems. It is the ideal product for those who have to work for long hours on their computers or laptops. With the Rock Mouse, you use your hand for the clicking; this increases performance, reduces the strain on your fingers and prevents joint inflammation and nerve damage. 


This product is highly adaptable and can be used by both, left-handed and right-handed individuals. Its compact design allows it to be carried around easily and promptly set up at your workstation.   


Its use is highly recommended for professional software houses and IT related setups.


Rock Mouse Ambidextrous Mouse

The Rock Mouse was also awarded the prestigious Red Dot Award in 2014 on the basis of its novel features and design. 


Additional Benefits and Information


The Rock Mouse is ambidextrous, thus reducing the workload for both hands and providing adequate rest to each.


Its unique design supports the fingers, allowing users to rest and relax them as they prepare to use the whole hand to click. This significantly reduces the strain on the fingers due to hovering and mouse lifting before a click.


The Rock Mouse is uniquely designed to make use of the whole hand during clicking. This removes the additional burden from the fingers that often results in numbness and inflammation, a condition that can lead to Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).


Rock Mouse reduces RSIThere is a concave depression on the side where the thumb is placed, along with a downward slope towards the fifth finger that forms an angle of 60o. This provides a natural and comfortable posture for your forearm and wrist.


The Ergo-grip feature with a detachable ledge (available on the medium size design) reduces friction between the lower side of the little finger and the work surface.


The precision grip design offers high-quality fingertip and efficient click control.    This also reduces the strain of unintentional or wrong clicking. 



Traditional mouse handling involves the unavoidable twisting of the hand, wrist and forearm. This exerts unwanted pressure on the muscles, tendons and nerves, which can be extremely painful as well.


The Rockstick Mouse is designed to be vertical (handshake posture), thereby relieving the forearm of any twisting and undue strain related muscles, tendons and nerves is avoided





Minimizes repetitive finger-clicking and improves efficiency

Provides comfortable and interchangeable grip

Adjustable laser sensor

After a few minutes of inactivity, the Rockstick Mouse goes to sleep mode for saving conserving battery power.


Technical Specifications 

Interface 2.4 GHz wireless, 10 m range

Laser Resolution 800, 1600, 2400, 3400 DPI

Warranty 2 years


Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000

Mac OS 9, OS X (10.2.8 or newer)




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