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R-Go HE Break Mouse

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With integrated break indicator

Reminds you to take breaks

The R-Go Break mouse contains an LED light controlled by the R-Go Break software. This light changes colour, like a traffic light. When the light turns green, it means you are working healthily. Orange indicates it’s time for a short break and red means you’ve been working too long. This gives you positive feedback on your working behaviour.


R-Go HE Break Mouse

  • With break indicator
  • Natural ergonomic shape
  • Stimulates blood circulation
  • Different sizes, left and right
  • Customisable buttons

Vertical shape

Mouse movements from the arm

The vertical shape of the R-Go HE mouse ensures that you move the mouse with your arm instead of the wrist. This relieves small muscles and tendons in the wrist and hand and can prevent annoying complaints such as CANS. The mouse is intentionally lightweight, so you need less muscle tension to move it.

Comfortable grip

For relaxed mouse usage

With this ergonomic mouse, your hand has a natural and relaxed position. The round design fits your hand precisely, so it is fully supported. The thumb and little finger support surfaces prevent the fingers from sliding down. This provides even more relaxation and comfort during mouse usage!


Tested and recommended

”Ergonomic and body-friendly mice, keyboards, monitor arms, document holders and laptop stands from R-Go help with natural and effortless computer work. They relieve the user instead of putting extra strain on them. It is especially important that the aids fit the user, as different people have different preferences. Congratulations on the AGR seal of approval and on products that make working life easier!”

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Frequently asked questions

Which operating systems does the HE mouse work with?

The HE mouse is compatible with Windows/Mac OS/Linux.

Can I customise the functions of the mouse buttons?

Yes, you can customise the mouse buttons.

For Windows: You can do this via our R-Go Break software. This software allows you to link the most frequently used functions to the mouse buttons.

For MacOS: There are a number of options for MacOS. If you desire to configure only the side buttons (Button 4 and 5) to the ‘Back’ and ‘Forward’ functions, the SensibleSideButtons programme is the best option. This programme can be downloaded for free at the following link: https://sensible-side-buttons.archagon.net/. Another option is USB Overdrive which you can download from the following link: https://www.usboverdrive.com/index.php/download/. A third, paid, option, is Steermouse. For more information, you can use the following link: http://plentycom.jp/en/steermouse/

How do I make best use of the break indicator on the mouse?

Download the free Break LED controller and personalise your breaks.

How do I know what hand size I have?

Measure the distance between the edge of your wrist and the tip of your middle finger. If this is smaller than 6.5 inch (165 mm) then you have size S. If it is larger than 7.3 inch (185 mm), you need size L.

Why is the mouse lightweight?

By making the mouse lighter, you need less force and therefore less muscle tension to move the mouse.

How do I change the DPI setting of the mouse?

The left-handed Medium Break has a DPI button at the bottom of the mouse. 1 click changes the DPI 1 time. On all other Break mice, the DPI button is located behind the left and right mouse buttons.

There is no dongle with my wireless mouse. Is that correct?

Yes, that is correct. Our wireless products work via Bluetooth. You only need to pair your mouse once with your computer.

How do I know if my computer has Bluetooth?

– Go via the Windows menu to ‘Settings’ and click on ‘Devices’.

– See if the row displayed says ‘Bluetooth’

– If so, check whether Bluetooth is really ‘on’

Note: Now do not use a Bluetooth dongle, otherwise no connection will be possible!

How do I pair my wireless Bluetooth mouse with my computer?

– From the Windows menu, go to ‘Settings’ and click on ‘Devices’.
– Switch Bluetooth to ‘on’.
– Ensure that your new device is sufficiently charged.
– Press and hold the pair button on the bottom of the device until the blue light blinks.
– Select the device from the displayed row on the computer screen to connect it to the computer.

My wireless mouse stutters/The cursor is slow to respond to the screen when I move my mouse. How do I fix this?

This is not due to the mouse, but to the computer. There are often 2 causes for this:

-Multiple Bluetooth devices are connected to the computer. As a result, the computer can occasionally process the Bluetooth information from the mouse with a delay. The mouse cursor then seems to stutterer. This usually resolves itself within a minute and the mouse will work normally again.

-The computer has many programmes to load at the same time. As a result, the mouse’s Bluetooth information is processed with lower priority and thus delayed. Usually this resolves itself within a minute and the mouse will work normally again.

Mouse hunting:

The normal vs vertical mouse

The normal, ‘flat’ mouse is the most commonly used input device when working on the computer. But it actually puts your hand and wrist in an unnatural position and you make small, stressful movements from the wrist unnoticed. This can quickly lead to strain.

That is why it is smart to switch to an ergonomic, vertical mouse that is designed to let you use the mouse in a naturally healthy way. Even if you do not (yet) have physical complaints such as CANS.