Small hands? Need not worry, we have a range of ergonomic vertical mice that are designed for users with smaller hands.

Best Ergonomic Mouse for Small Hands

Ergo Comfi Mouse

Width: 7.5 cm
Length: 10.5 cm
Height: 6.5 cm

Measuring in at just 10.5cm in length and 6.5cm in height, this mouse is a great option. It features a unique semi-vertical design, two short cut keys for backwards and forwards navigation in web browsers and is specifically customized to promote the most comfortable upper limb biomechanics for operating a computer mouse. 

Ergonomic mouse for small hand

Perixx 719 Small Mouse

Width: 6.7 cm
Length: 10.5 cm
Height: 5.8 cm

The Perixx 719 Small Mouse is the smallest mouse we stock. At just 5.8cm in height, it has an ultra low profile. This mouse is ideal for users who want a small mouse that is very low in height. 

Perixx 719 Small Ergonomic Mouse 

Evoluent VMR4 Small

Width: 8.5 cm
Length: 10.5 cm
Height: 7.4 cm

This mouse has one of the best build qualities in the market, however this doesn't come cheap. Although a great option for users with small hands, its 7.4cm height and 8.5cm width make it on the bigger side for a small mouse.

Evoluent VMR4 Small Ergonomic Mouse


Oyster Mouse - Small Model

Width: 9 cm
Length: 9.7 cm
Height: 5 - 9 cm

If money is no option and you want the flexibility of being able to choose what angle your vertical mouse is, then the Oyster Mouse - Small Model is your answer. The Oyster Mouse is an award winning design by Ergoption that is the only fully adjustable ergonomic mouse: you can instantly adjust the mouse to 5 different angles to intuitively find the best posture for you.

Oyster Mouse

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  • the small ergo mouse has assisted my forearm pain from too much computer use, highly recommend

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