Vassink Ergonomic Mouse, Rechargeable Wireless Mouse, 2.4GHz Rechargeable Wireless Vertical Optical Mice with USB Receiver, 6 Buttons,…

(6 customer reviews)

$19.99

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  • ☛【Ergonomics-Wireless Mouse】The vertical wireless ergonomic mouse is designed to fit the size and contour of the palm, reducing the pressure on the palm and making your control of the wireless mice more comfortable and natural.
  • ★【Efficient and Sensitive-Easy to Use】The ergonomic mouse has 6 convenient buttons design, plug and play; Adjustable 800/1200/1600 DPI mouse movement speed. Optical tracking technology has higher sensitivity than standard optical mouse, usable Smooth and precise tracking on a variety of surfaces.
  • ☛【Quiet Design-Fashionable Charging】The wireless mouse adopts a button mute design, which is more suitable for public places such as libraries, dormitories, offices, high-speed rail planes, etc.; with built-in lithium battery and USB data cable charging device, making your use more fashionable Convenient.
  • ★★★【Long Life-More Durable】The high-quality optical wireless mouse has been tested for over 5 million mouse clicks. The rechargeable feature makes this wireless mouse more durable.(It is better to use it after receiving the mouse fully charged)
  • ☛【Strong Compatibility-Vassink Service】Support Windows 2000/ ME/ XP/ 7/ 8/ 10/ Vista/98, Mac OS, Linux, etc. Suitable for notebooks, PCs, laptops, computers, Macbooks and other equipment. We provide 12 months of worry-free after-sales service. If you encounter any problems with the wireless mouse during use, please feel free to contact us.
Product Dimensions

4.72 x 2.36 x 3.15 inches

Item Weight

5.6 ounces

Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

April 9, 2020

Manufacturer

Vassink

Country of Origin

China

6 reviews for Vassink Ergonomic Mouse, Rechargeable Wireless Mouse, 2.4GHz Rechargeable Wireless Vertical Optical Mice with USB Receiver, 6 Buttons,…

  1. AmazonReviewPersona

    This is my first vertical mouse. The past few weeks I’ve been using my laptop while relaxing on the couch and my wrist REALLY started to hurt with my old regular wireless mouse. I even got a wrist brace with insertable ice pack bc it got so bad. Finally took the plunge and am so glad I did. I don’t think I want to use a horizontal mouse anymore.

    Positive Findings:
    -The transition was WAY easier and faster than I thought. This mouse is much more suited for using anywhere except desks than horizontal mouses, imo. But it’s still good for that too! Just saying if you have a laptop and like to move around and use it in bed or something, this will be better to use than a horizontal mouse, imo.
    -I found that I’m better at keeping my wrist straight and am more so moving left and right by pivoting at my elbow instead of my wrist which I think helps a lot!
    -The button clicks are SO much quieter, full, poppy, and muted than most horizontal mouse’s buttons I’ve ever heard, which are usually super clicky, high pitched, and almost delicate sounding. This sound reminds me of those super nice custom keyboard keys, like the Holy Pandas that Taha uses for his custom build in the Answer In Progress’s video on mechanical keyboards (at 17:52). They don’t sound rattly and cagey like the keys on my membrane keyboard.
    -The buttons have a high quality, matte silicone feeling! Like if you’ve ever felt a really nice high quality silicone sex toy or vibrator that almost feels like silk, yeah. I was worried this was gonna feel like cheap plastic all day but not at all.
    -I can rest this on the lower part of my laptop without any hiccups in mouse detection, unlike my horizontal mouse. I got a small track pad to keep on my laptop just in case but I don’t need it for thar. However I am using the trackpad for using the mouse on the couch and pillows, so.
    -Having a rechargeable battery AND the ability to use it while it was charging were extremely important to me, and this fits those criteria.
    -The charging cord is long enough for me to plug into my surge protector and use at my desk, but isn’t obnoxiously long like 10-15 feet.
    -I’m not accidentally bumping the back buttons by the thumb at all! I do this occasionally with my horizontal mouse and it is ANNOYING, especially if I had written a lot inside a form and hadn’t saved it yet. I was worried this would still happen but I’m pleased to report that it is actually kind of difficult to press them in that I have to stop and be very intentional about it. And I have decently big hands. I in nitrile gloves I’m a very snug medium size, teetering on the border of large.

    Disappointments:
    -I was, however, expecting it to hold my hand at a more vertical angle like 90 degrees. This more so puts your thumb at a 45 degree angle but I was kind of hoping for perfectly straight up. But maybe that wouldn’t be ergonomic.
    -I wish there were more DPI settings. Surprisingly, I would like higher DPI than 1600 with this which is strange bc I think I use 1200 or 1600 for my horizontal mouse. Oh well. It’s workable for sure and I can keep it on a 5” x 6” track pack no problem.

    Quirks:
    -I’m overthinking now which finger I normally use to scroll the scroll wheel. It doesn’t feel super right or seamless with the index or middle finger, but I’d have to do a better side by side comparison with my horizontal mouse. I could also not be holding it right and still getting used to it, I’ve only had it for about a week.

    Verdict: DO IT. Especially if you’re on the fence, doing a lot of research, gathering potential options, and whittling down your options after repeated comparisons like me. This is the cheapest one that has such great and necessary features and I’m shocked it is so cheap, actually.

  2. Jackie

    The angling wasn’t the most comfortable, and I feel like it was built for hands way larger than mine (average women’s hand size, wears medium to large gloves) . I got it to replacey Jelly Comb (for some reason no longer sold on Amazon), but it didn’t work out for me. Also, there was a lightning deal on it right after purchase and Amazon doesn’t do price adjustments…

  3. Marcus Behr

    Likes:
    – Buttons are quiet
    – Smooth material makes it a comfortable fit
    – Wireless
    – Not terribly expensive

    I tried and cannot get used to the sleep feature on this. It would make more sense for the mouse to sleep and moving the mouse at all wakes it up. Instead, you need to press one of the buttons to wake it up. I’ve had a few wireless mice in the past that woke up by movement and I cannot get used to the fact that this one doesn’t do that.

    Really sucks because I liked everything else about this mouse. Works well for gaming save a few weird moments where it unexplainedly veered vertically to where I was looking at the sky of the map or the floor randomly. This didn’t happen too much for it to bother me.

    I’m getting a different mouse that can be woken up by movement and saving this one for if I’m on the go with a laptop or something.

  4. Misty Newell

    ((The previous mouse only lasted a year (ankers wireless/ergo)).

    This mouse was much less expensive (but i figured why not give it try). First of all …. love the self-charging design: it has a USB that connects to be charged instead of using batteries (for the conservationists in the world that is a ++)
    I received it 10/21/22 it was partially charged, but I charged it to full in about 1 hr. and started using it right away for work. It looks to have an automatic sleep feature, so the charge doesn’t drain. From day 1 the charge has lasted just over 1 month = Absolutely EXCELLENT. (I have a wireless gaming keyboard with similar charging mechanism and use 4-6 hrs a day; it needs a recharge every 3-4 days). I’m on my work computer 10-12 hours a day (on average) and have not needed to charge it until 11/23 for a few hours. I should buy another one (just to keep as a spare down the road)- that’s how much I love it.

    Highly recommend!!
    as the “she” IT Geek… haha 🙂

  5. janascally

    This is my 2nd ergo mouse I’m trying. First one was from iClever. The same concept of ~60 degree tilt, handshake grip which is more neutral for wrist. iClever (uses AA battery) has nice feeling and shape, but for my medium female hands, it felt too big, and the thumb rest position was too far away which caused more back of hand tension. And the clicks weren’t as responsive. This Vassink one has rechargeable battery, so it’s much lighter and the footprint is smaller and narrower. So far (2-3 days) it feels more comfortable in my hand. It’s hard to know if it’ll relieve my typical forearm pain. Usually one sees that over longer periods. But the clicks are more responsive. iClever has definite issues with scroll button where it jumps around. So far I don’t see this here, but it’s still new to me. I think with these ergo mice, you have to try them out to see if the fit is right for your hand. * side note I got the red color. It’s not as bright, which I prefer. It’s more metallic matte red- super pretty and adds nice subtle style.

  6. Awesome sauce

    I got this mouse because hours of video editing was hurting my wrists. After using this mouse for over a week, the soreness has worn away completely. My only gripe is the left mouse click. The first mouse I received required a lot of force to click and drag items which stressed my fingers. I got a replacement and it’s much better but not really perfect. Just something to keep in mind dpeending on what you intend to use the mouse for. Otherwise the mouse functions great and the color is gorgeous

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