It's a Grifiti fat wrist rest that I cut to "fit" with a hacksaw lol. While the aesthetics look harsh in the light of day, it words surprisingly well as the keyboard has a really tall chin.
This one I think.
Just realized that's the wrong size, there is a 14 inch that fits the K4 quite well, which is the one I got.
For me, the feel is good. A bit mushy for about a week, but afterwards, if you can touch type, I'd say its perfect. The bumps do help a TON with tactility. As a high school senior, I've only written a couple long session papers on this but from my experience its really awesome. If i have one recommendation for this board for typing, i'd say get a wrist rest since it sits high in my opinion. I got the Grifiti fat wristrest and now I can game and type for hours. (: About 3 months into this combination and i really like it.
edit: like this! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FPDAU6Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_-Mf5ybJMK5A67
S Pro looks awesome. I have a model down from that, the QuickFire Rapid with brown switches. Amazing keyboard.
I would highly recommend getting a grifiti wrist rest for it. It fits perfectly with this keyboard form factor and makes typing a lot more comfortable.
Same here, only thing I'd say is a real negative about this keyboard is the lack of an included wrist rest. I'll be ordering this wrist rest soon to fix this issue.
The advantage of it would be that your arms arent bent unnatural, hence making it much more comfortable. Also these wrist rests look amazing!
If you really dont want wood: Grifiti FAT, I havent tried it but it doesnt look squishy.
If you feel weird with your wrists that high up, you may want to look into getting a wrist rest. I have one of these and it serves my needs very well, but you can find a million different variations on the theme.
I've enjoyed this one so far. Not sure how durable it will be.
I found it: Grifiti Slim Wrist Pad 14 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FPDAU6Q/
I think the angle is fine, but I use a wrist rest (link) so perhaps that's why
Grifiti is perfect for me:
Grifiti Fat Wrist Pad 14 4 X 14 X... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FPDAU6Q?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Both for the Q3 and for the Q1.
I purchased this (also Canadian):
Was a little stiff at first, particularly the edges, but after a week or so and getting it broken in, it's great
Grifiti but I've been looking at others such as the Glorious PC Gaming Race to match my mouse pad or the Ducky to match my full size Ducky.
I have use https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FPDAU6Q/ref=s9_acsd_hps_bw_c_x_9 in the past though currently I use a custom cut, sanded and sealed piece of rosewood and am loving that.
Grifiti Fat Wrist Pad 14 Is About 4 X 14 X 0.75 Inch Wrist Rest for Tenkeyless Mechanical and Gaming Keyboards (BLACK NYLON) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FPDAU6Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_BNlRxbG04ABYF
There are also regular cheaper wrist rests too.
If you want a TKL I have the Ducky Zero with reds for gaming and I'm very happy with it. Blue switches are probably nicer but we decided we're gonna go for the quieter ones for now (my partner has a Ducky Shine 3 with browns, those are really nice as well). If you don't need a number pad I would highly recommend a TKL, it's very comfortable and saves a surprising amount of space on your desk.
I would recommend this keyboard and this wrist pad - it comes a bit over £100 but it's well worth it. Or if OCUK has some deals running grab something else, the reviews are quite good there.