Do you spend more than 60 minutes per day on your computer?
Then it's better not to skip this text...

How an MD helped this young startup develop the perfect solution for a cruel disease...

(Analysts estimate that this invention can potentially prevent more than 230,000 surgeries per month)

Do you spend hours and hours holding your computer mouse every day?

Does your job or school require you to stare at the computer screen for more than 60 minutes per day?

Or do you simply enjoy spending your free time on your computer chatting, designing, composing music or gaming?

If YES is the answer to at least one of these questions, the next few lines contain probably the most important text you have read in the last year.

*I know that you read about a lot of very important things in 2020 such as the Corona crisis and elections. But I promise you. This text can impact your life to the time when pandemic will be dead news.

And before I tell you what I’m talking about...

There is one thing you need to know first...

I want to show you the statistics of surgery made every year due to one specific insidious disease and compare it with the use of computers.

Why?

Because stats don’t lie.

And because I don’t expect you to believe my words…

I mean… Why would you believe a random guy on the internet, right? :)

I’m just one guy named Primož Erjavec (26) from small European country Slovenia who worked with his team for 14 hours per day for the last 3 years and made a huge international success with our start up business named Deltahub “overnight”.  

And this success came “just because” I met a respected reconstructive surgeon named Marko Mikša, MD a few months ago. He was amazed with our progress so we started to collaborate and he helped us make the perfect product that will probably change the world of everyone who is using a computer for work, school or gaming.

So let’s look at the numbers…

Numbers from the American Family Physician (AFP), which is the editorially independent, peer-reviewed and evidence-based medical journal published by the American Academy of Family Physicians.

They have been publishing continuously since 1950.

Their peer-reviewed articles are sent to 180,000 health care professionals every 2 weeks.

Their online page on average gets more than 2.5 million unique visitors every month.

Let’s just say I trust them...

AFP says that Musculoskeletal Disorders are the 4th most common occupational disorders after Asthma, COPD and Dermatitis.

And let's look at some other more specific facts, which Orthopedic Center of Arlington revealed for us…

  • More than 8 million people are affected by carpal tunnel syndrome each year (and trends do not indicate that this is declining)
  • Carpal tunnel is the second most common type of surgery after back surgeries (with well over 230,000 procedures performed annually)
  • In United States alone, employers spend more than $7.4 billion in workers compensation costs (and untold billions on medical treatment, litigation costs, hidden costs and lost productivity)
  • Ergonomic disorders are the fastest growing category of work-related illness (and there are more and more disorders with office workers)
  • Many patients are undergoing multiple surgeries, which can cause complications ranging from excessive scar tissue overgrowth (to surgical injuries that leave the fingers totally devoid of sensation)
  • Surgical fees, according to LiveStrong.com, can range between $2,445 to $5,354 (depending on care from an ambulatory center versus a hospital)
  • 77% of all Carpal Tunnel Syndrome patients were NOT able to return to their previous professions following surgery

Sorry.

Don’t take me wrong.

I’m not here to scare you.

I’m here to tell you the truth…

Because…

Is it a coincidence that problems start to exponentially grow at the same time of computer development?

Is it a coincidence that this happens at the time when there are more and more jobs related to computers work?

Just look at this chart which shows us the most affected age groups…

Yes…

People that use computers more, are more likely to suffer from this devastating problem...

*You can read the article about long-term trends about carpal tunnel syndrome on this link.

You get the point..

“Fun” fact…

In a study by the American Journal of Industrial Medicine,

employees with carpal tunnel suffered an average loss

in income between $45,000 and $89,000 during

the six-year study period.

There is a huge problem behind these numbers that nobody talks about.

There are tens of millions of computer mouse users who are potential victims of carpal tunnel syndrome in the next 10, 20 or 50 years.

And there are billions of people who are not aware of the problem at all…

What can you do to avoid potentially losing $45.000 and the ability to do your job?

Excellent question.

Back in 2018, my friend and now co-worker Amadej (24) had the same question. He is a graphic designer and on the average, he spends 8 hours in front of the computer.

At age 22, while using a computer mouse he already felt an awful pain in his wrist accompanied with tingling sensation and he even lost all of the strength in his grip sometimes.

As a young man starting a career where sitting in front of the computer is basically all he does, he couldn’t even imagine that this could be something serious…

Because where's the problem there’s a solution, right? 

Usually yes.

In this case - not.

He started googling and reading articles and found out he is not in the minority. In fact, 7 out of 10 people who use the computer at their workplace encounter some problems with their wrist.

Of course he immediately took action.

He bought every possible device on the market that promised a little bit of help with preventing pressure on a wrist. He started doing exercises, bought soft wrist pillows and even a weird looking brace for his right hand.

And after a few months of using all of these products…

He felt more pain in his wrist than ever before…

“I think I should quit my job and go doing something else. I know that graphic design is my passion but if I don’t want to go to surgery in 3 years I have to change something. ” were his words when we talked on the phone.

This night none of us went to sleep.

The next day we called another friend Jan and we were looking for solutions on the internet together.

After 2 weeks wandering in the dark, the final decision was made.

We will roll up our sleeves and take the situation into our own hands.

We started developing a brand new product.

Wrist rest.

Not a big deal for 3 young guys, right? Yeah. We wish.

After 7 months of developing and 54 prototypes we were still at the beginning.

Believe me... spending the best years of your life in the office and working on an imaginary product in your head for the whole day for 7 months in a row and not getting any results was extremely frustrating.

But there was a moment which changed the game...

We changed our way of thinking. We put the product aside and started to study anatomy.

Muscles. Nerves. Veins. Bones. Everything.

Through the process we realized we won’t be able to do it alone. So we asked one of the best surgeons in Europe, Marko Mikša MD for help.

His experience from plastic, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery including carpal tunnel surgery, has made the difference that we all dreamed about.

What happened?

After a few more months of developing the wrist rest we got a completely different product from any other “wrist rests” you can find on the Earth.

*And you can literally look in any corner anywhere between Canada to Australia, between Chile to Russia.

The final product is wrist rest, which...

  • Puts your hand in the position where if feels most comfortable and doesn’t put unwanted pressure any of the main nerves (so you won’t even feel the product while you using it)
  • Doesn’t force your wrist position and create additional stress (this way you are not forced to move the mouse by rotating your wrist)
  • Raises your arm to just the right height (and makes sure your muscles aren’t too tense while using the computer mouse)
  • Prevents constant friction and reducing muscle fatigue (because you will be using your whole arm and shoulder with bigger and stronger muscles)
  • Has space for your main veins (so it doesn't slow down your blood supply)
  • Doesn’t apply the pressure to the underside of the carpal tunnel (because the product doesn’t compress the tissues)

Let’s look at the product that can change the industry of orthopedic surgery…

This is Carpio.

It’s simple.

We made it in the 86th try.

At first glance, it doesn’t look special.

With the naked eye, you won’t even notice the difference between our last 47 prototypes.

But very soon the product above will become the most important gadget on your work desk.

And as I already said…

I don’t expect you to believe my words…

That's why there are other people like you and me, who share their experience of using the product…

Let’s see what they have to say...

Long story short…

It can save you from wrist injuries now and in the future.

It can save you money for a potential surgery.

It can help you do your job in the long run.

But...

Unfortunately, the Carpio has one bad feature...

I'll be honest.

We get a lot of comments and feedback on a daily basis and I would be lying if I said the product is perfect. Nothing is, right?

Carpio is an ergonomic device and you need to get used to it.

And in the past, it was our mistake not to say that the average time to get used to it is about a week.

* Of course, if you use it on a daily basis.

So keep in mind that you will need a few tries to be 100% comfortable with Carpio. You know, like when you start wearing a watch. At first, it can bother you a bit, but when you get used to it, you don’t notice it at all.

After you get used to it…

You will no longer want to use a computer mouse without it…

At least that's what our customers say…

And maybe there is another reason why more than 99 percent of our customers love it.

Maybe they love it because Carpio...

  • Glides smoothly on the base (that’s why you won’t even know you are using it after a few days)
  • Looks elegant and classy (you can get it in white and grey colour to match any gadget on your desk)
  • Fits all the types of computer mouse (from Logitech MX Master, Apple Magic Mouse, Microsoft Surface Mouse and on and on…)

Yes.

I’m pretty sure what you are thinking about right now.

So let’s get straight to the point…

How much does Carpio cost?

We both know that Carpio can potentially save you somewhere between $2,445 and $5,354 in surgery cost alone.

*Not to mention the devastating cost of losing the ability to do the job you love and lost income between $45,000 and $89,000).

But of course…

The product doesn't cost close to the value it brings.

So at first, our business consultants advised us to put the price at $87.

The logic behind this price is that we are the first who developed this product, protected it and we have a huge advantage on the market. Yes, you can find cheap wrist rest everywhere, but the problem is, none of them work and Carpio does.

It seemed like a good idea at first…

But then me and my team remembered why we started this project in the first place.

Our mission is to help every vulnerable person who is exposed to musculoskeletal disorders.

With every vulnerable person, I mean E V E R Y vulnerable person.

That’s why we set the price of Carpio at a symbolic $36.

We put a ridiculously low price so there will be no people who can't afford it without any problem.

No student.

No employee.

No retiree.

No gamer.

But we went a step further...

Because Deltahub really wants to help as many people as possible...

We have prepared a special gift for you.

We will cover all the shipping and handling costs and you will get your Carpio anywhere in the world - FOR FREE!

That’s right…

You can have this amazing product delivered right to your doorstep for only $36.

I mean…

Shipping from Europe to America, Brazil or China without investing a single penny?

How cool is that!The only trick here is that we offer free shipping only until 5.3.2021.

What about my crazy 12 month guarantee…

Yes.

It’s true.

I guarantee you'll love this product. If you don’t agree with thousands of happy customers who are already using Carpio simply drop us an email and we will refund the full amount of your purchase, no questions asked.

Why?

Because the most important thing for us is to help as many people as possible. Hands down.

Fair enough?

Fair enough.

And don’t get me wrong...

I’m not forcing anything on you.

You can click out of this window… go about your day… use your computer mouse as you use until now…

It’s okay.

Just don’t blame anyone else after a few years, if you will have a problem with your wrist.

You know that I did everything I can to help you :)

But if you are that kind of person who never lets the faith decide your future…

There is your next step…

Few lines below you will see a big blue button.

When you click on it, it will take you to checkout where you choose your Carpio.

You enter your basic information and choose the method of payment (you can choose between credit card and PayPal).

And that’s it.

We will send you your Carpio in 3 days after your order and you will be able to use it soon :)

See you on the next page,

Primož Erjavec, CEO & Co Founder of Deltahub

P.S.  I think this can be one of the best investments of $36 you ever made.

Let’s give us a try and you won't regret it.

With this guarantee you have nothing to lose with this purchase anyway :)

FAQ

1… How do I determine the size is best for me?

In 90% of the cases Small is a perfect fit for women and Large perfect fit for men.

But if you want to be 100% sure Carpio will fit for you, there is an extremely easy way to do this.

Take a credit card and place it on your palm.

If your hand is bigger than a credit card, choose Large. If your hand is equal or smaller, choose Small.

2… What are the first symptoms of CTS (Carpal tunnel syndrome)?

  • Numbness, tingling, and pain in your thumb and the first three fingers of your hand.

  • Wrist pain and burning that travels up your arm.

  • Weakness in the muscles of the hand

  • Dropping things

3… How is Carpio different from other wrist rests out there?

In most cases, other wrist rests like gel pads don’t provide any significant ergonomic benefit and usually increase the risk by:

  • Applying the pressure to the underside of the wrist, or carpal tunnel to be more precise, and compressing the tissues, slowing down blood supply...
  • Fixing your wrist position, which causes additional stress for your wrist as you are forced to move the mouse by rotating/flexing your wrist instead of using your whole arm and shoulder (larger, stronger muscles)

And that's why Carpio reinforces that pressure from the wrist to the lower palm (thenar and hypothenar part), so actually, it's a palm rest rather than a wrist rest, and lifts your wrist for about a centimeter to reduce the harmful extension. Also, it moves/glides together with your hand and enables the arm and shoulder motion.

4… Can I game with it?

Well, yes and no. It depends on what games you are playing. We wouldn’t recommend playing fast paced FPS games with it, but playing slower strategy games, card games and adventures is all game.

Just remember, you don’t have to use Carpio ALL the time. A lot of games use it in the sessions between gaming while doing other stuff on their computer.

5… Would Carpio be beneficial for touchpad users?

Sure, because of a similar wrist extension as with using a computer mouse. Carpio lifts your wrist and reduces the angle.

6… Is the Carpio soft or hard to use?

Just soft enough to be comfortable and just sturdy enough to be stable at the same time. The pads are rubber-like: flexible and soft to the touch but not as soft as memory foam for example because the softness isn’t as essential for ergonomics as Carpio’s shape.

7… Did Carpio win any awards?

Carpio won the Rector’s Award for the Best Innovation at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and Silver Award for the Best Young Enterprise from the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce.

8… Can I get Carpio on prescription?

Unfortunately, no(t yet).