These are supposed to prevent carpel tunnel syndrome. I’m actually surprised these haven’t been on the market for years. No word yet on where to buy them.

via P. Parker



  1. Chris Gregg says:

    Actually…I think I saw them a few years ago.

    -Chris

  2. Roland Marty says:

    A simple Google search for “busty mousepad” turns up a number of outfits that sell these things.

  3. Chris says:

    The HR department is going to have a field day with these!

  4. Richard says:

    John, How do you find this stuff? ROFLOL
    I bet this is a product of sillicon alley….

  5. Sam says:

    Chestrest.com seems like the better place. Cheaper shipping and profits go to red cross

  6. Jim says:

    This stuff is mind blowing man. Maybe you can sell them here along with the various things from Best Buy, your wireless phones and the disturbing ghost footages and the free blogs being pitched. This is giving me an idea for video game controllers, hardware and intuitive interfaces. Great stuff John!

  7. Scott Tobkes says:

    Please keep me abreast as to this product is within my grasp.

  8. david says:

    Do they come with a box of Kleenex, or is that extra?

  9. Samantha says:

    The equivalent pad for women would have a comfy extension in the middle — probably even better for preventing carpal tunnel if you look at the ergonomics properly.

  10. Jill says:

    eBay sellers are also offering free shipping for busty mousepads.

  11. David Grimm says:

    the busty mouse pads shown are called chest rests and are available at http://www.chestrest.com.

    David


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