Wristocat gadget helps tired wrists

Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa. - The Wristocat uses magnets to create a moveable rest for your wrist while typing or using a computer mouse.

Dave Luciew and his wife, Michele, created the Wristocat after he had surgery for Carpal tunnel syndrome in 2013.

They just received the final products in the last couple of weeks. Now, they have to ship them out to the customers.

"You put your best foot forward and the results are really in the hands of the people at that point. That's all you can really do is do your best, put it out there and see what the response is," said Dave Luciew, the product designer.

At the end of April, Luciew plans to meet with QVC Network officials to see if he could present the Wristocat on the show.

 

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