Original web offer details & such: 1 keyboard & ergonomic mouse - $14.95 + $7.95 P&H. BOGO: 1 - $7.95 P&H. Sales tax: Varies. Guarantee: 90-day (minus P&H). Notes: Allow 2-6 weeks for delivery.
Crank out 7,000 words a day and you'll want to go with a top of the line keyboard. For me, it's the Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard. I've gone through 4 of them and this one I'm typing on right now is about to go out. But my hands and wrists thank me.
We can see the value in the EZ Eyes keyboard. If you're one of those who look down at the keyboard often, then you might do well with the board.
The question is: how long will the board last?
EZ Eyes Keyboard is a soft-touched ergonomic keyboard with huge yellow keys and big black lettering on it so people can read it from the other side of the room. It's designed for those who have vision troubles and issues seeing the keys. The offer on the website also comes with an ergonomic mouse to help with hand cramping.
According to getezeyes.com, EZ Eyes claims the following features and benefits:
- high-contrasting letters
- over-sized print
- works with PC & Mac
- water resistant to light spills
- comes with an ergonomic mouse
Order Process: We're seeing a couple spots where people seem to be having issues with the order process . Remember that for this offer, it is a BOGO which means when you order you'll be ordering 2 keyboards. Who needs two keyboards? I dunno but as I said earlier I go through one ever two months so it depends on use. Two mouses in this offer as well. Also, there's an upsell process so don't blindly click through or you'll get some stuff you didn't intend to order .
Product Performance: This product is generating quite the attention already. At this point it looks as though people are being positive towards the product. The soft keys, contrasting colors (for those who actually look at the keys to type) and ergonomic mouse seems to be attracting people. Here's some of the footage we've discovered:
QVC : There's been some good chatter on the forum about the keyboard. People have been buying products for elder members of their family.
DealMac.com : There's a nice argument back and forth regarding fear over the quality of the product. Looks like a newbie tried to jump on the thread and stir the pot. Never a good idea if you're a forum newbie.
PoliteandFriendly.com : The people on this forum are true to their word - they're polite and friendly. One wants to get one for their old man and another wants one for themselves. There's also a good discussion on price.
I'll keep going through my Microsoft Ergonomic keyboards because of the split style, padded handrest and curved design. But I type 100 words a minute and never look at the keyboard unless the keys stop working - loose UBS connection. And if you use them like I do you'll need more than one. It'll be up to you.
Customer Service:EZ Eyes P.O. Box 3179 Wallingford, CT 06494
Phone: 1-888-811-2933 24/7: customerstatus.com
Customer service is available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 10:00pm Eastern Time.
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