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Is there not a big difference to the two other than the color of the mouse skates? I would like to get some replacement feet and read these two brands were nice. Just wanted to ask if you guys thought one was better than the other. Or if one company was crappy.

Thanks in advance for the words/conversation/thought/help
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The Puretrak Perfect Glides are supposedly terrible and have far from "perfect glide" since they're a blend of Teflon and some other kind of plastic material. However, the HD version of the Perfect Glides are fine, they're just pretty thick for mouse feet. I haven't tried Corepad personally but I hear that their products are pretty good.
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post #3 of 7
Dont forget to consider Hyperglidez, they make good mouse skates too.
post #4 of 7
Pefect glides aren't necessarily terrible, just different. They're pretty controlled vs 100% PTFE.
post #5 of 7
I have used both versions of Puretraks feet and they are both too slow. Stock teflon feet are faster than both. Corepad or Hyperglide would be much better options.
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I was looking at Corepad more. Hyperglide a little bit. I dont see anything for the Sensei from there though. Maybe am just not looking hard enough.
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I was looking at Corepad more. Hyperglide a little bit. I dont see anything for the Sensei from there though. Maybe am just not looking hard enough.

You should be able to buy Xai feet for your Sensei. Or just stick with the Sensei's stock feet which are already teflon.
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