Warm, comfortable hands at the computer.
Feel the Difference of 8°F Warmer Hands
Flex your fingers fast again
1x Toasti Heated Mouse Pad
1x 12V 2A DC Power Supply with 8 ft Cord
10.6 x 12.6 in (27 x 32 cm)
9.4 oz (265 g)
8 ft (2.4 m)
6.4 oz (180 g)
How do I clean the Toasti Heated Mouse Pad?
Unplug the mouse pad. Mix a drop of dish soap in a cup of water. Wet a cloth and wring out until only damp (a lint-free cloth will work best). Gently rub against mouse pad until clean. Let dry. Do not submerge. Do not soak.
How hot does it get?
Plenty hot. The Toasti Heated Mouse Pad is a high-quality, premium product. We rigorously tested it with collegiate NCAA Division I Esports teams and increased the power to meet their demands. We made sure it had plenty of power to reach comfortable temperatures in many different environments such as cold basements, air-conditioned offices, and even in unheated warehouses. In our testing, it is much hotter than any other similar product. It is definitely hotter than the underpowered and inexpensive "plushy" mouse pad mittens or the thin pleather desk mats.
If the top setting is too hot for you, we included the ability to select from 3 heat settings for your comfort. If it is not hot enough, tell us.
Is it safe?
Automatic 2 hour shutoff in case you leave it unattended.
Sealed heating element. No glowing red exposed heating elements like in a space heater.
Low voltage power.
With that said, don't puncture it. You would have to try really, REALLY, hard to puncture it.
How do I turn it on and select my heat setting?
1. Plug it in.
2. Press the button to turn on and select your heat level. Red = high; Blue = medium; Green = low. No light = off.
It will automatically shut off after 2 hours if left unattended.
You know the feeling of holding a hot mug? Like that, but better and all the time.
MARCELLA S., CHICAGO
A godsend for Raynaud's sufferers.
AMYRA V., TORONTO
Ditching the handwarmers. I'm crushing League of Legends with a Toasti!
JUNJIE X., SEATTLE
SO … WHAT ARE
YOU WAITING FOR ?
Are you ready to stop living with
cold hands at the computer?