Jelly Comb 2.4G Wireless Mouse – Review

Jelly Comb are likely a brand that you will have never heard of and to be honest up until a few weeks ago, I too did not know anything about them.

They do however appear to have many products available at attractive prices. The Jelly Comb 2.4G Wireless mouse is one of them and one which I will be reviewing.


Directly from the included user guide are some of the basic features and specs.

Data Transmission           – 1Mbps

Frequency                        – 2405MHz – 2476 MHz

Channel                            – 32

Sensor                              – Optical  (1500DPI 125Hz)

Range                               – 15M

Size                                   – 110×59.9×31.2mm

Weight                               – 81g



Like lots of Made in China products the actual packaging is very plain. The Jelly Comb 2.4G wireless mouse is provided in a simple brown box which is sized perfectly for the mouse inside.

Also included is a guarantee card and a user guide which has a bit more information about the mouse itself including the sensor resolution and polling rate.


Underneath is the on/off switch and a removable plate to access the battery compartment and the stored nano receiver.


The mouse is covered in a soft grippy texture and the scroll wheel itself is made of an extremely grippy material.


In use

I’ve had the Jelly Comb 2.4G Wireless mouse for a while now and have been using it when I take my laptop and windows tablet out and about.

Despite the small size and shallow height of the Jelly Comb wireless mouse it has been nice and comfortable to use.

The buttons are rated in the user guide as having either over 3 Million or over 300 Million clicks lifespan. I found this differing opinion quite amusing but it still means that the mouse buttons should still last a while in either case.

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These buttons are also extremely silent, almost dampened and have a nice feel to them. The mouse wheel itself is also super grippy although the notches are quite dull.

It feels mostly robust enough for daily use, with only the battery cover and power switch feeling like the weak points.

To help reduce battery usage, the Jelly Comb Wireless Mouse has a standby feature. After a set period of inactivity, the mouse goes to sleep. To wake it up you must tap one of the buttons and then you are good to go again.


I must say that for its cheap price (£5.99) at the time of writing. The Jelly Comb 2.4G Wireless mouse is a good deal.

Apparently, it was £24.99 and is now discounted but for the last year or so. Price tracking sites show it has never been sold at this price. It has however fluctuated from £5 to £7 which is what I would expect to pay.

I will certainly be continuing to use it as my go to portable mouse.

Thanks to Jelly Comb for providing this item for review.

You can purchase the Jelly Comb mouse over at Amazon
You can also find more Jelly Comb items over at Amazon as well by clicking this link

Disclosure the Amazon links are referral links, if you purchase an item I will get a small kickback which goes to help run the site.

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