You don’t need to be a professional gamer for all those clicks to take a toll on you physically. Carpal tunnel, tenosynovitis, joint pain—all of these can befall the hands of even recreational players like you and me, especially when you take into consideration the countless hours we spend mousing away for work.
That said, here’s a little gizmo that might help ease the burden on your hands and fingers. A gaming furniture and accessory manufacturer in Japan called Bauhutte is now selling a desktop hand massager that comes equipped with neat tricks that should help serial clickers hands’ free of tension.
The device has two modes. The first is a Shiatsu mode that massages certain points on the user’s palm, and the second is a thimble mode that pulls and stretches your fingers. You can set a 10-minute timer, and it also comes with a heating function to promote proper blood flow. The design also allows the massager to be used on either of your two hands.
This convenience comes at a cost, though. One of these will set you back ¥15,994 (around P7,000). But hey, if you’re willing to spend close to that amount on RGB this and RGB that, perhaps this might be worth it. It could save your hands some trouble in the long run, after all.
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