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Asus ROG Soft-Foam Gaming Wrist Rest. Asus rog gaming wrist rest

Asus ROG Soft-Foam Gaming Wrist Rest

The ROG Gaming Wrist Rest is crafted for gamers who demand next-level comfort. With a foam core encased in fine leatherette, it offers cushioned support and a smooth, soft surface. It also features non-slip rubber feet that hold it firmly in place.


Base Material
Non-slip Rubber
Layout Full Size (UK)
Dimensions (WxDxH) 370mm x 75mm x 21mm
Weight 160g

Delivery Options

Delivery option(s) available for this product:

Sorry, Express Delivery is NOT available for this product

  • Orders are not processed on weekends or bank holidays.
  • Orders made after 4pm on Friday will be processed on Monday.
  • information on delivery times here.

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Please Note: We only ship within the UK at this time

Orders placed AFTER 4pm Friday 25th August will ship Tuesday 30th August for delivery on Wednesday 31st August (Express Delivery) or Thursday 1st/Friday 2nd September (No-Rush Delivery)

Some items may arrive before these dates, but we can’t guarantee this due to the huge volume of parcels couriers are currently processing, so please bear with us.

Christmas Delivery Schedule

Orders placed AFTER 4pm on: Friday 16th Dec. (Free Delivery), Monday 19th Dec. (No-Rush/Tracked Delivery), and Wednesday 21st Dec. (Express Delivery) will be delivered in January.

Note: Some items may arrive earlier, but we can’t guarantee this. Read

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Please Note: Orders with Express Delivery must be made before 4pm to have your gear delivered to you the next working day. Monday to Friday. Orders are not processed on weekends or bank holidays.

Last orders of the week must be made before 4pm on Thursday to receive your gear on Friday.

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Orders made after 4pm on Friday will be processed on Monday, and delivered to your door on Tuesday.

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Northern Ireland BT 2 Working Days
Orkney and Shetland Northern Highlands KW0. KW17 ZE1. ZE3 2-4 Working Days
Northern Highlands HS1. HS9 2-4 Working Days

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Dead On Arrival/Faulty Under Warranty: We recommend contacting the manufacturer to troubleshoot the problem before arranging a return, to avoid sending non-defective products back and incurring shipping fees.

Mouse Sizing Guide

There are many factors that come into play when sizing your mouse, such as shape and grip style, but we’ve focused on the size of your hand comparitive to the mouse itself.

Length: Measure your hand from the base of your palm to the top of your middle finger.

Width: Measure from the knuckle of your thumb to the edge of your palm.

Mouse Size Hand Length Hand Width
Small Up to 17cm Up to 8.5cm
Medium 17 to 19cm 8.5 to 9.5cm
Large 19cm and above 9.5cm and above

These sizes should only be used as a guide, but we would love to hear your feedback on your own personal experience. All mouse sizes shown here at EG are based on this guide.

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Replacing your Mouse Skates

When you’re looking to switch out your skates, you’ll need to choose replacements that fit your specific model of mouse due to each mouse having a different layout on its base where the skates are installed. The exception being brands who use the same mouse chassis for multiple models, but that will be mentioned on the skates product description.

Once you have your replacement mouse skates in hand, it’s now time to remove your old ones from the base of the mouse. There are a few different methods to do this, but we’ll cover the main, most reliable method (in our opinion):

Method: Hairdryer Spudger (removal tool)

This method involves using the hairdryer to heat up the glue underneath the mouse feet. Once the glue has been heated long enough, use a spudger (a flat plastic tool with a sharp end) or a knife to scrape underneath the feet to peel them off — be careful if using a knife !

Be careful when using the hairdryer too, as you want to avoid overheating the mouse, which can cause damage to your mouse (plastic melting or warping) and also cause injury to yourself, so proceed with caution.

You can use the spudger or knife on its own without using the hairdryer, especially if you’re unsure of how long to heat the feet up by. This may leave traces of glue on the bottom of the mouse however, which will need to be removed before attaching the new mouse feet.

Installing your new skates

Once you have removed all the old skates from the base your mouse, give the surface a clean by using rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl). This will remove any excess adhesive that may still be present. Leave the mouse to dry, and then it’s time to apply the new ones.

Almost all aftermarket mouse skates will be a simple case of peeling and sticking onto the mouse, ensuring the feet are applied evenly to prevent any air bubbles from appearing.

Installing your Mouse Grip Tape

Are you tired of your mouse slipping and sliding all over the place during intense gaming sessions? Installing mouse grip tape may be the solution you’re looking for! It’s a quick and easy way to improve your grip and control over your mouse.

With a little preparation and some simple steps, you can enjoy better control and performance like the pros.

Step 1. Choose your grip tape

The first step is to choose the grip tape that suits your preference. You can choose between a DIY sheet or a pre-cut option. If you opt for the DIY sheet, make sure to measure and cut the tape to fit your mouse’s size. On the other hand, pre-cut options come in ready-to-use sizes and shapes, so you can simply peel off the backing paper and apply the tape to your mouse without the need for any cutting.

Step 2. Clean your mouse

Before applying the grip tape, it is essential to clean your mouse to remove any dirt or oils that may interfere with the grip tape’s adhesion. Use a soft cloth and rubbing alcohol to gently clean the surface of your mouse, taking care not to damage the coating. Make sure to remove all the dirt and oil residues, especially around the edges of your mouse.

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Step 3. Apply the grip tape

With your DIY or pre-cut grip tape ready, it’s time to apply it to your mouse. Start by peeling off the backing paper from one corner of the tape, making sure not to remove too much of the adhesive backing at once. Carefully align the tape with the edge of your mouse and begin pressing it down firmly, using a credit card or similar tool to smooth out any creases or bumps as you go. This will help ensure that the tape adheres evenly and stays in place for longer. Take your time and work carefully to achieve the best results.

Step 4. Trim the edges

Finally, once the grip tape is properly applied, use a sharp hobby knife or scissors to trim any excess grip tape from around the edges of your mouse. Trimming the edges gives your mouse a clean and finished look.

And that’s it! You’re now ready to take your gaming to the next level with your newly gripped mouse. Say goodbye to slipping and sliding, and hello to better control and performance.



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