Summary: Sleek design. Small (like notebook mouses). But fits under an average or medium sized mans hand very well. Click buttons are a little harder to operate (because of the silicon-like material covering them). But you may get used to after extended use. I really like the white scroll bar or scroll pad in between the right and left mouse buttons. Its very fun and easy to scroll the pages with it.
Summary: Belkin has been known to make good quality products for a long time running now, and so far I've never been disappointed by one of them, until now. You could blame the fact that it's an online purchase and one can't hold the product as the chef reason. But it goes beyond it's small kid'ish size. It goes the core of the point of the product, to make a water proof mouse.
Summary: Works fine. The feel takes a little while to get used to, as there is not an actual scroll wheel and separate buttons. It is all one piece. I bought 12 for a school as the mice get really dirty. Time will tell if they hold up under lots of use, including multiple washings.
Summary: It's a computer optical mouse that can be washed. There's no seams at the top so you can spill anything solid or liquid onto it and it won't ruin the functionality. USB plug can't be washed but that's a given. The scroll bar will take some getting used to. Since it's a touch bar, you need to train yourself to use the tip of your finger only to touch the bar rather than the bottom of your finger as I'm sure lots of us do when scrolling the wheel.
Summary: I bought this mouse on a whim, always looking for a better mouse for my desktop. Note I don't care for wireless because the batteries make the mouse too heavy. Mouse history from start until now: Basic mouse; Optical mouse with wheel; Laser mouse with wheel. Laser mouse with silent mouse wheel, which is the Microsoft Comfort Optical Mouse 3000. Whee, no clicking, accelerated scrolling which goes farther as the wheel turns faster!
Summary: OK - this is a little premature, as I've only used it for one day, but I thought I'd pitch in my 2 pence. First of all mine was not DOA. Everything seems to work fine. Packaging is absurdly complex and excessive for such a small gadget, but there you are. Plugged it into my iMac (OS 10.5.x) and it worked perfectly. Everything worked, in fact - including the "side scrolling" feature that we were warned would only work in Vista...
Summary: My mouse was DOA. Something must be wrong on the board, because even though the optical light comes on and the computer recognizes it as a mouse input, the cursor never moves and no clicks or scrolls register. I tried it on an XP machine as well as my Mac. Belkin support also could not get it to work. Belkin said the model is discontinued and could not replace it with a new one.
Summary: Too bad it does not work fully on Mac OSX. That's a deal killer for me for an otherwise good mouse. "A scroll pad allows both vertical and horizontal scrolling with one easy touch. (Horizontal scrolling is only available when used with Windows Vista.