Strap on chair armrest with mouse pad.
Ergonomic chair with a strap-on armrest mousepad.
Ergonomic design with plush memory foam mousepad.
Wrist support to maximize comfort while working.
Three velcro straps along the underside of the chair armrest.
Easy installation of length adjustable armrest mousepad.
Secure the straps of the expandable armrest mousepad.
Minimalist office space with a woman working at an electric desk and hair with a strap-on mouse pad.
White strap on chair armrest with mouse pad.

Wooden Arm Rest and Mouse Pad

MOUNT-MS02DW

$39.99 Regular price
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  • Assured Quality
  • 30 Day Return Policy
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Patented
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
74%
(14)
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11%
(2)
11%
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5%
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Jonah Lee Walker
Almost Perfect

The best solution I have found to mount my trackball on my aeron chair. It is built as well as it could possibly be and stays in place solidly. My only complaint is the back end could be a bit thinner so it doesn’t hit me when Ia m in the chair.

B
Benjamin F
Medium density fiberboard crap.

When I took it out of the box and screwed it together I was fairly impressed....until I went to velcro it to the arm of my chair to secure it and the screws holding the velcro strap to the board popped out of the cheap MDF "wood" and fell out, rendering it useless.

G
Greg Custer
great!

it works perfectly. it makes me wonder why the place I got the expensive chair from doesn't have a great product like this. no more shoulder and neck issues from reaching forward onto my desk

A
Anonymous
LOVE IT :D

This thing is super comfy. Great for kicking back and dosing off during online lectures.

A
Anonymous
Attention: You can move the straps!!!

These are great! I'm a dev during the day and gamer at night, using a split keyboard and wireless mouse. I like to lounge and felt like these would help me do that so I thought I'd try these out. My chair is an older-style Herman Miller Aeron, which, at least compared to the few other office chairs I've tried, has armrests that are shorter, wider, and placed a bit further back than the average office chair.When I first attempted to apply this product to my chair, I shared the same concern expressed in a few of the reviews I've seen here: specifically, the straps seemed too far apart, and the front one was basically useless as the mousepad extends past my armrest (see attached picture for original location of strap, circled in red).HOWEVER!!! One is able to remove the strap and slide it through the slats on the plate connecting the two armrest sections (circled in blue in the same picture as earlier), and with very little effort; all you need to do is loosen the screws on the plate a bit if you need the strap to fit between it and the product (this is the case in my other picture, circled in blue), and then simply tighten them back up after you've threaded the Velcro through both slats. Overall, it just took me a few minutes of trial and error to determine the best position for the strap and the connecting plate and now I'm set for basically eternity.Final plusses are that these products feel extremely sturdy and are still simple enough to remove and reattach whenever you feel the need to.

About Product
Click away in comfort with Wooden Arm Rest and Mouse Pad (MOUNT-MS02D) from VIVO! This adjustable length platform creates ergonomic positioning for your wrist and provides additional space for your mouse and other small items. Elegant black fabric lines the top surface for optimal comfort and traction, and a memory foam wrist rest gives you much needed support throughout the long work day. This product attaches to your chair arm and is made to accommodate both right-handed and left-handed users. Minimal assembly is required out of the box, and all necessary hardware and instructions are provided to get your new mouse pad improving work processes in no time!
Compatibility
  • Maximum Chair Arm Circumference for Straps: 11.8”
  • Weight Capacity: 11 lbs
Specifications
  • Material: Particle Board, ABS Plastic, Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 19” x 8.5”
  • Length Adjustment Range: 19” to 21.8”
  • Memory Foam Wrist Rest: 3.6” x 2”

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
74%
(14)
0%
(0)
11%
(2)
11%
(2)
5%
(1)
J
Jonah Lee Walker
Almost Perfect

The best solution I have found to mount my trackball on my aeron chair. It is built as well as it could possibly be and stays in place solidly. My only complaint is the back end could be a bit thinner so it doesn’t hit me when Ia m in the chair.

B
Benjamin F
Medium density fiberboard crap.

When I took it out of the box and screwed it together I was fairly impressed....until I went to velcro it to the arm of my chair to secure it and the screws holding the velcro strap to the board popped out of the cheap MDF "wood" and fell out, rendering it useless.

G
Greg Custer
great!

it works perfectly. it makes me wonder why the place I got the expensive chair from doesn't have a great product like this. no more shoulder and neck issues from reaching forward onto my desk

A
Anonymous
LOVE IT :D

This thing is super comfy. Great for kicking back and dosing off during online lectures.

A
Anonymous
Attention: You can move the straps!!!

These are great! I'm a dev during the day and gamer at night, using a split keyboard and wireless mouse. I like to lounge and felt like these would help me do that so I thought I'd try these out. My chair is an older-style Herman Miller Aeron, which, at least compared to the few other office chairs I've tried, has armrests that are shorter, wider, and placed a bit further back than the average office chair.When I first attempted to apply this product to my chair, I shared the same concern expressed in a few of the reviews I've seen here: specifically, the straps seemed too far apart, and the front one was basically useless as the mousepad extends past my armrest (see attached picture for original location of strap, circled in red).HOWEVER!!! One is able to remove the strap and slide it through the slats on the plate connecting the two armrest sections (circled in blue in the same picture as earlier), and with very little effort; all you need to do is loosen the screws on the plate a bit if you need the strap to fit between it and the product (this is the case in my other picture, circled in blue), and then simply tighten them back up after you've threaded the Velcro through both slats. Overall, it just took me a few minutes of trial and error to determine the best position for the strap and the connecting plate and now I'm set for basically eternity.Final plusses are that these products feel extremely sturdy and are still simple enough to remove and reattach whenever you feel the need to.

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
74%
(14)
0%
(0)
11%
(2)
11%
(2)
5%
(1)
J
Jonah Lee Walker
Almost Perfect

The best solution I have found to mount my trackball on my aeron chair. It is built as well as it could possibly be and stays in place solidly. My only complaint is the back end could be a bit thinner so it doesn’t hit me when Ia m in the chair.

B
Benjamin F
Medium density fiberboard crap.

When I took it out of the box and screwed it together I was fairly impressed....until I went to velcro it to the arm of my chair to secure it and the screws holding the velcro strap to the board popped out of the cheap MDF "wood" and fell out, rendering it useless.

G
Greg Custer
great!

it works perfectly. it makes me wonder why the place I got the expensive chair from doesn't have a great product like this. no more shoulder and neck issues from reaching forward onto my desk

A
Anonymous
LOVE IT :D

This thing is super comfy. Great for kicking back and dosing off during online lectures.

A
Anonymous
Attention: You can move the straps!!!

These are great! I'm a dev during the day and gamer at night, using a split keyboard and wireless mouse. I like to lounge and felt like these would help me do that so I thought I'd try these out. My chair is an older-style Herman Miller Aeron, which, at least compared to the few other office chairs I've tried, has armrests that are shorter, wider, and placed a bit further back than the average office chair.When I first attempted to apply this product to my chair, I shared the same concern expressed in a few of the reviews I've seen here: specifically, the straps seemed too far apart, and the front one was basically useless as the mousepad extends past my armrest (see attached picture for original location of strap, circled in red).HOWEVER!!! One is able to remove the strap and slide it through the slats on the plate connecting the two armrest sections (circled in blue in the same picture as earlier), and with very little effort; all you need to do is loosen the screws on the plate a bit if you need the strap to fit between it and the product (this is the case in my other picture, circled in blue), and then simply tighten them back up after you've threaded the Velcro through both slats. Overall, it just took me a few minutes of trial and error to determine the best position for the strap and the connecting plate and now I'm set for basically eternity.Final plusses are that these products feel extremely sturdy and are still simple enough to remove and reattach whenever you feel the need to.