3D-Printed Replacement Cover Makes Your Mouse Infinitely Adjustable

For those who just can’t seem to find a standard mouse that fits comfortably in their hands, Pyott Design has come up with a 3D-printed workaround. And it involves turning a Logitech M100 into an infinitely adjustable alternative.

The Statial is specifically designed to replace the stock housing on the M100, and when unlocked from a central switch it features five adjustable sections that can be repositioned until the mouse feels absolutely perfect in hand.

At $70 on Shapeways the Statial is priced similar to other high-end mice that actually include more functionality, but if you prioritise comfort over a few extra buttons, it’s a rather clever way to use 3D printers to upgrade existing hardware.

[Shapeways via Damn Geeky]