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Fellowes Double Giveaway!

Our weekly giveaway this week (and the first one for the new year!) is sponsored by Fellowes. The winner of this great prize pack will be working quite comfortably. Learn more about the products featured below.

Professional Series Laptop Workstation with USB

* Positions laptop at comfortable height to help prevent neck strain
* Sturdy metal frame with padding and rubber strip firmly supports and protects laptop
* Features 4 USB ports for plug & play convenience
* Adjusts easily and provides 9 height selections for custom comfort
* In-line document holder offers vertical or horizontal page orientation
* Supports 17″ laptops up to 15 lbs.

Gliding Palm Support with Microban® Protection

* Go beyond comfort with our patented Health-V™ Channel!
* Relieves wrist pressure to help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome
* Glides effortlessly to encourage healthy, natural movement
* Flexible harness keeps Palm Support attached to your mouse
* Unique Palm Guide keeps wrist correctly positioned
* Self-adjusting support with expanded cushion puts any size hand in neutral posture
* Compact design works with or without the mouse pad
* Optical/Laser-friendly mouse pad for enhanced readability
* Microban® antimicrobial protection keeps product cleaner

Ready to win both of these items? Here’s how to enter!

Tell us about any aches or pains you have when you work for a long time. (could be wrist pains, hunger pains, eye strain, etc)

Bonus Entries

-Follow @shoplet on twitter and tweet about #fellowes (3 whole entries)
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-Write a post on your blog about a Shoplet product you’d like to buy for tax season. Choose your product from office furniture or office supplies, and you must include a link to the main category. (5 extra entries, yes 5!)
-Subscribe to our blog through by RSS or Email. (1 entry)
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-Add our blog to your blogroll. (3 extra entries)
-Add our Twitter account to one of your lists. (1 extra entry)

Winner will be chosen Monday, January 24th! Good luck!

96 Responses to Fellowes Double Giveaway!

  1. Annmarie W says:

    If I work at the computer too long without getting up to stretch & walk around, my neck starts to get tight & sore. And my ankles get a little numbish…

  2. Ozzie says:

    My whole life revolves around a computer. I am constantly typing away and searching along with updating things. I am constantly complaining of aches and pains in my lower half. I also suffer from eye strain not so much hunger pains. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE it if I could be the chosen one. It would be the only thing I ever achieved my whole life!!!!! I hope I win so bad… I LOVE BEAVERS!

  3. Georgann says:

    My shoulder and right arm hurt daily. I have CT in my right wrist and my ball and joint in my right shoulder is out of socket.

    I subscribe via email.

  4. Brian F says:

    My eyes get real strained when working too long on a laptop. I find I just need to take breaks in between to give my eyes a break!

  5. Sondra says:

    I had surgery in November to relieve back pain between my shoulder blades. I am forced to reposition myself anytime I sit for more than a few minutes. The pain affects my neck as well and it is the result of being rear ended while at a stop light. I would really appreciate anything that could provide some relief. This set up appears to be just the thing! I hope I win.

  6. Steve Robillard says:

    I have pain from arthritis even working for short periods of time. i am currently building a system where I can work from bed, use Dragon rather than typing and control almost everything in the office remotely. This kind of ergonomic stuff when designed right can make a big difference – sometimes it is just a difference of half an inch.

  7. Susan says:

    I get pains in my neck and my legs ache from sitting so long. I have to get up and move around just for some relief.

  8. Sam says:

    I previously used my touchpad and everything was fine, but then I spilled hot tea on it and that completely destroyed it. So now I use an external mouse and it really bothers my wrist. This worries me a great deal as I really don’t want to deal with the long-term consequences…