Breadou Donut Wrist-Wrest Giveaway (for Webitect’s 1st Birthday!)

Breadou wrist-wrest products look and smell like real bread, but are not actually bread at all. Instead they are fun, highly creative office accessories to show off to your coworkers and friends.

Yes, it’s Webitect’s 1st birthday — and it’s amazing to see how far we’ve come in just under a year. The official date is on October 15th, so be sure to share a few birthday comments then. :) It’s been a great experience, and we have more to share with you throughout the week in celebration!

To start off the birthday bash, we’re giving away three Breadou wrist-wrest products, and it will be a week-long giveaway. Web Designer Wall has already done two giveaways with these products, both being very successful. The receivers of the giveaway, and those who have Breadou products regardless rave about their unique and creative nature, and how fun of an office accessory they are.  Still unsure about what they are? Let’s look a bit closer:

What They Are

Breadou products look and smell like real bread, but they are not bread at all. Instead, they are fun and highly creative wrist rests.


Check out the variety of products they have below. Each Breadou product comes with its own flavor and unique style. They come in donuts, loafs, and the favorite emoticon pastries. You can show them off to your coworkers, or just enjoy the fresh scent and creative appeal of them in your home office.




Here’s a bit more about them, from the Breadou site itself:

Made from Memory Foam, Improving your Aches and Pains!

Breadou wrist rests are made from NASA memory foam, and are extremely beneficial for relieving strain and stress during a long day at the computer. From the makers of Breadou themselves:

“Squeezing Breadou has a rejuvenating effect, relieves stress, relaxes your body, boosts attention, improves blood circulation and strengthens muscles in the arms and hands. Dexterity also improves and you notice yourself typing more efficiently.”

Breadou is EcoFriendly, too!

Breadou is made from flexible polyurethane foam (FPF). Polyurethane is the result of the chemistry of two primary materials used to make polyurethane products – methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) and toluene diisocyanate (TDI). MDI and TDI are known to be stable in the environment. When disposed, they have not shown any adverse impact on municipal waste handling processes, landfills or incineration. Breadou is a very unique gift on the planet.”

How You Can Win One

This week on Webitect we are giving away three of the donut Breadou wrist rests. The three you can win are…


To enter, pick one of the Breadou donuts above and leave a valid email address so that we can contact you in case you are a winner. Also, share in the comment what you love about Webitect the most, what you’d like to see more of, or what you’d like to see less of in the upcoming year!

*USPS Priority Mail service for any shipping within the US / USPS First-Class Mail International Package service for any international shipping.

Winners will be chosen Friday, October 16th!

Written By Kayla

Kayla Knight is a 20 year old college student, part-time web developer, freelancer, and blogger. Webitect is where she spends too much of her freetime, sharing interesting finds and valuable resources. Be sure to check out her portfolio.


  1. @tgraw

    October 10th, 2009 at 03:18 pm

    These are great! It hard to even pick one. I think I like #5 Cherry Swirl.

    I’d like to see articles/tutorials by some top/influential designers.

  2. Julian Scarlett

    October 10th, 2009 at 03:35 pm

    Like your jquery tutorials; would like to see more of those.

    I would like a #3 Green Teany

  3. Soph - -

    October 10th, 2009 at 07:28 pm

    I like Webitect’s tutorials and freebies, because they are excellent resources for people learning/developing their skills in web design.

    I like 5. Cherry Swirl =]

    Soph – -

  4. Chris Schneider

    October 10th, 2009 at 08:10 pm

    I like #3!

    I enjoy this site and everything it has to offer. I have used so many of the tutorials, and tips and tricks all the time. I check out webitect and every day to look for new technologies and inspiration. Your JQuery tutorials are great and really give me new ideas for my sites.

  5. Bene

    October 10th, 2009 at 08:59 pm

    I love the #3 Green Teany :)

    I hope to keep reading such amazing tutorials from you! Tyvm.

  6. Lawren M

    October 10th, 2009 at 11:26 pm

    I love this site. It is a great place for resources and awesome tutorials! As a Graphic Design student it has given me the extra resources when I need information. All three of the Breadou wrist rests are adorable. I would have fun with any of them.

  7. Michael L

    October 11th, 2009 at 07:37 pm

    I chanced upon Webitect after looking at the Nettuts+ Community Link Feed, and I’ve got it bookmarked as a must-read blog. Dynamic updates are awesome!

    Anyways, the thing that I like best about Webitect is the plethora of tutorials that can be found on the site. My favorite is the PHP tutorial of how to create a client-designer management system.

  8. Michael L

    October 11th, 2009 at 07:38 pm

    And I’ve realized that I’ve forgot to choose one of the Breadous… silly me.
    The Cocoa Banana one looks appetizing ;) .

  9. Yoyo

    October 12th, 2009 at 02:22 am

    #4 Cocoa Banana!

    I love that I can find both Web Design articles and Freelance articles here. I really want to tackle the “Create a Portfolio Client Area Using PHP and MySQL” tutorial next. It looks thorough enough so that a noob like me might be able to complete it.

  10. Dzinepress

    October 12th, 2009 at 06:23 am

    Happy Birthday Webitect (Kayla).

  11. Andrew A

    October 12th, 2009 at 10:04 am

    Happy Birthday to nice independent and interesting blog.

    I wanna 4 – Cocoa Banana ;)

  12. Tim Smith

    October 12th, 2009 at 05:33 pm

    Congrats on your first year! I think I’d like to see more WordPress tutorials. A lot of blogs do it but… they don’t do them well. I know very little PHP and most of the tutorials are aimed at people that know it well.

    I’d love #1 Cocoa Banana

  13. Kristian Polso

    October 13th, 2009 at 02:02 am

    Love this site, found it couple of weeks ago and just had to read all the interesting articles on the same day :) Keep up the good work!

    I like #3 :P

  14. Kathryn Merlihan

    October 14th, 2009 at 08:33 am

    This site is great. Congratulations! It would be cool to see random tips and tricks. They could be short and sweet spanning anything from photoshop tools to development snippets.

    Cherry swirl is where it’s at! :)

  15. Victoria C

    October 15th, 2009 at 02:52 am

    Happy First Birthday!

    I discovered the site recently, bookmarked it and am chomping my way through all the articles here! I love list-type articles: 25 best this, 10 ways to do that; Webitect has lots and I find them a really useful source of inspiration when I come to a dead end.

    Green Teany is definately the cutest!

  16. sapphire

    October 16th, 2009 at 03:15 am

    Happy Birthday!

    I should not have seen these photos as I left a coveted krispy kreme at home (it travelled 2000km to find me) and now I am dreaming about donuts.

    mmmmm, Cherry Swirl. Happy 1st to the website, hope to see lots more great articles in the future.

  17. Brooke

    October 16th, 2009 at 10:40 am

    LOVE how diverse this site is! I would love to see more css articles or tutorials, maybe some posts showing some easy ajax tricks for those who dont care to learn the full ins and outs, but want to be able to add a cool ajax effect here and there.
    i love all of them, but I gotta go with the pink of the cherry as my favorite.


  18. Chris

    October 20th, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Great site, just found it via 6 revisions, #3 for me!

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