Break Free from Normal

Our RollerMouse line of products has one simple mission: to make you better at what you do. A RollerMouse is designed to sit in front of your keyboard and relies on our patented Rollerbar to control the cursor. The RollerMouse can be used ambidextrously and encourages use of both the fingers and the thumbs to roll and slide your way to a healthier, more productive work experience.

Ambidextrous Use

RollerMouse is easily
used with both hands,
reducing repetitive motion.

Centralized Pointing

RollerMouse gives users
control while reducing
the risk of repetitive
stress injuries.

Eliminate Reaching

RollerMouse eliminates
reaching, keeping users
in a comfortable,
neutral posture.

Reduce the Reach

RollerMouse Free3, unlike a traditional mouse, sits in front of your keyboard instead of to the left or right. This placement eliminates the need for reaching for the mouse and will greatly reduce unnecessary muscle activity in your arms, shoulders, and neck. RollerMouse Free3 has a more gradual wrist rest than our other RollerMouse lines, making it the perfect option for those with medium or large hands that work from their desktop.

Control at Your Fingertips

All RollerMouse products rely on our patented Rollerbar to control the cursor on your screen. This new way of cursor control will allow you to work fluidly with your fingers and thumbs and is easily used ambidextrously. Not only will you be working more efficiently, the Rollerbar doesn’t require the gripping and squeezing of a traditional mouse, reducing hand, wrist, and forearm strain.

More Buttons, Less Problems

RollerMouse Free3 comes with four main function buttons: left click, right click, scroll lock and a one-touch double-click. The Free 3 also comes with four shortcut buttons: Copy, Paste, Forward and Back. Through the use of our driver all of these buttons are fully programmable, giving the Free3 the most customizable options out of all the RollerMouse products.

We recommend using RollerMouse Free3 to help with these repetitive strain injuries

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
Mouse Shoulder
Tennis Elbow
Trigger Finger
Ulnar Nerve Entrapment

Finding the Right RollerMouse

We know finding the right mouse for you can be confusing. That is why we have created our RollerMouse comparison page that will give you the all the details needed in choosing which RollerMouse will be the best fit for you. Just click the button below to be taken to our comparison chart.

RollerMouse Free 3


Bundle your Free3 with a keyboard and save.

Save big when you bundle your Free3 with our home workstation kit.

Tech Specs

1.45 lbs

19.25 x 4.5 x 0.9 in

RollerMouse Scroll Wheel

RollerMouse Buttons
6 Programmable Buttons

RollerMouse Sensor Type

RollerMouse DPI
600 | 800 | 1000 | 1200 | 1400 | 1600 | 1800 | 2000 | 2400 | 2800

Operating System
OSX | Windows


Optional, available on Support page

Wired | Wireless


RollerMouse Free3 Wired Product ManualDownload
RollerMouse Free3 Wireless Product ManualDownload
RollerMouse Free3 DriverDownload