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Hi all,

So I recently got a replacement for my EC1 eVo that that I RMA'd because of problems with the rubber grip and a squeaky mouse wheel. After I started using this new replacement, I felt there was definitely something different from this than my original one. The right click button was way too light. I would just rest my middle finger on the right click as usual, and I would find myself accidentally depressing the right click from time to time (like at least twice in five minutes when holding the mouse). I used my index finger to test both buttons, and it is very obvious that I could right click with my index finger a lot faster than left click with my index finger. Is this a defect or is there something they've updated? The mouse I RMA'd was a little different than the one I received, because the mouse that was defective was an ESEA version of the EC1. I posted this in /r/mousereview to no answers (despite 3 upvotes).

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I thought the problem with Zowie switches was stiffness?

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Well I was fine with the first Zowie, but I still feel there's some problem with the right key being less stiff than the left key. As I said in the original post, I can click the right button much faster than the left, which is quite odd.

I think I'll buy one from amazon and then return it or sell to a friend, unless someone can come up with a better solution.

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I'd try to RMA it again

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