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The Kakum Wrist Stand by İbrahim Guvendikler Prevents Strain

 - Apr 3, 2013
References: behance.net & yankodesign
The Kakum Wrist Stand looks like a mini backbone for the wrist. Considering that the spine is the main support system for the body, it is only natural that on a smaller scale, something similar could radically help the ergonomic position of specific body parts.

Embracing the wrist like a cradle, the Kakum Wrist Stand was designed by İbrahim Guvendikler, an industrial designer based in Bursa, Turkey. Replacing the often ugly look of mouse pads with built-in wrist supports, it is a lightweight creation that easily slides with the hand as it navigates webpages. It essentially prevents hand and wrist strain in style.

An evolution from his original wrist stand, the Kakum Wrist Stand is made out of a flexible, hygienic material that is very comfortable.