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"A clinical study has shown that changing your mouse to AirO2Bic™ mouse increased (improved) nerve conduction response in users arms.  An increase in Median Nerve Conduction Velocity beyond a certain point is a diagnostic for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).  An increase was not only seen in persons with diagnosable CTS but also in persons whose values were in the normal range; their nerve conduction velocities increased moving them further into the normal range and away from the diagnostic threshold level .

After only 3 months of use most measurements taken were below the diagnostic threshold for CTS and all had improved.

Available in Onyx (Black) or Pearl (white)

“Vertical is good, Gripless is better! Untwisting your wrist takes the tension off of those muscles, but can, in some designs, be at the expense of employing “Pinch Grip” with fingers extended forwards, which ergonomic experts say is the worst type of grip.  (Mouse grip postures pdf).

The AirO2Bic™ has you place your hand in it, not on or around, it so you do not have to use the smaller muscle that can become injured.  Fatigue affects all muscles when they are under anything but a resting tension.  A Gripless, so "Functional Neutral" posture, one part of the Aerobic Mouse Anti.Fatigue™ strategy,  provides for lowest physiological load so helps to avoid the hours of muscle tension that can cut off the oxygen supply in muscles while they are tensed.

It makes it more comfort to work and limbs that are comfortable tend not to ache and if people don't ache they are less likely to injure!

It helps those with disability or who have developed impairments to work as effectively and productively as everyone else and reduce the likelihood of further impairment due to their circumstance.

AirO2Bic™ CORRECTLY POSITIONS YOUR HAND IN THE AIR" "AND SO HELPS TO KEEP THE AIR IN YOUR HANDS!”

THE VIRTUALLY HANDS FREE™ (VHF) MOUSING SYSTEMS

(AirO2Bic™ Mouse + E-Quill-Liberator™ Nib™ or Mc Nib™ [click-less] Software)

WITH THE WORLD"S FIRST HANDS FREE SYSTEM THERE IS NO NEED TO GRIP OR CLICK.

Click ‘back’ and review the VHF System for PC’s of the McVHF System for Macintosh.

TO COMPLETE WHAT IS ‘THE MOST THOUGHT OUT MOUSING SYSTEM’ IN THE WORLD WE RECOMMEND THE PURCHASE OF A GLIDE-WELL™ MOUSE MAT.

Glide-Well™ is matched to the special material of the feet of AirO2Bic™ Mouse to lower friction and so reduce even further the effort required when mousing.

AirO2Bic™ mouse comes complete with:

- USB CONNECTIVITY:
- USB is the recommended method of connection as it is 'Plug n Play'
- (does not require a driver or software to be loaded onto your computer).
- PS/2 Adaptor (option) Please order please add Part No 0180-1111 ($4.99)
-Windows NT 4.0 Server Users please add Part No 0180-1122 (at no charge)
-Optical Tracking System for low maintenance high accuracy mousing.
- 3 Mouse Button Design
- Scroll Wheel for ease of Internet operation
- Lightweight easy clean body molding
- Detailed Manual with Posture Recommendations
- CD supplied with demo Clickless Software and other informative material.
- Replacement feet to optimize glide performance

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