5 Things Under $15 To Make Work More Enjoyable
Whether you work in an office or from your kitchen table, anyone who works at a computer will appreciate these five finds under $15 that are sure to improve your work day.
Belkin Gel Keyboard Wrist Pad – $5.71 (reg. $16.99)
Type with comfort and avoid injury over the long term by adding this ergonomic wrist pad to your keyboard setup. Your wrists will thank you!
HONESTY Memory Foam Mouse Pad – $6.99
This serves as both a smooth sliding surface for your mouse and an ergonomic support for your wrist and hand. It’s also got a non-slip rubber base so you don’t have to worry about the pad moving with your mouse.
Huntkey 2-Outlet Converter with USB Charging Ports – $14.99 (reg. 19.99)
Turn your nearest wall outlet into a USB charging station with this converter! No need to plug your phone into your computer and take up valuable USB space that could be used for your wireless keyboard/mouse or data storage. I also love this for the kitchen — keep my toaster plugged in while being able to charge my tablet (aka recipe book)? Yes please!
10-ft. Lightning USB Charging Cord – $11.98
Pairing perfectly with your snazzy new USB-enabled wall outlet, grab this extra-long 10-ft. lightning charging cable so you can move around the room with your phone even while it’s charging. Compatible with most Apple products such as iPhone 5 and newer and iPads.
For non-Apple phone users, grab this extra-long 10-ft micro USB charging cable ($7.99) instead!
RAVEtone Earbud Headphones – $8.49
Last, but certainly not least, grab some discrete headphones for those moments when your coworkers are talking a little too loudly… right next to your desk… Also perfect for work-from-home professionals whose family members tend to forget you’re working when they decide to blast video games, TV shows, or try out that new drum set!
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