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post #21 of 28
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My exact problem with it RIGHT NOW. First world problems. tongue.gif

http://www.artisan-jp.com/item_maint_eng.html

Translations are less than ideal, but it may solve some of the dirt woes.
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※Mouse pads are consumables. We recommend you to exchange about three months as a standard.

60 euros every 3 months ? really Grow Up Japan ? REALLY ?

/facewall
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post #23 of 28
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So today i got Artisan Hayate, superb mouse pad, my mini review compared to QCK+ with Logitech G400 and Zowie EC1 eVo

Artisan Hayate:

+When my hands sweet the mouse pad also gets moister, but when gliding with a mouse i don't notice it compared to QCK+ witch i did.
+It's fast smile.gif fast and control, a bit to get used to but that's no problem, but better than QCK and Razer Scarb
+No problem tracking with either of these mouse. (mention about the mouse i have a live one in my house biggrin.gif so need to get humain mouse traps)
+The pad itself fells nice on the hand, maybe better than QCK
+Perfect mix with Razer Scarab (speed) and Steelseries QCK (control)

-Only drawback is the price, i payed 60 pounds, this is with shipping and VAT.
Edited by Deadeye - 8/14/12 at 6:26am
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post #24 of 28
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60 euros every 3 months ? really Grow Up Japan ? REALLY ?
/facewall
I saw that as well, I was hoping it meant clean them every three months, and was just a poor translation. Also happy to hear you like the pad Deadeye.
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post #25 of 28
I really llike my Hayate, but when it is becoming unusable because of dust or simply worn out, I won't buy another expensive mousepad like that again, because, as though it is in many ways better than my QCK Heavy, it just doesn't justify the price. I hope it lasts a loooong time and be happy with it. But after that it's a byebye without looking back.
post #26 of 28
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I really llike my Hayate, but when it is becoming unusable because of dust or simply worn out, I won't buy another expensive mousepad like that again, because, as though it is in many ways better than my QCK Heavy, it just doesn't justify the price. I hope it lasts a loooong time and be happy with it. But after that it's a byebye without looking back.

I hope they can fix the weave to make it tighter or something in the future. Otherwise its a great pad but the reliability doesn't justify the price. Mine had dust in the commonly used areas about a couple of weeks in and since then, glide slowly degraded in that (large) area.
post #27 of 28
qck's material is the same crap a cheap shirt is made out of with a slab of rubber under it. get a Goliathus or even better a puretrak Talent. Talent is cheaper (25 shipped), lasts a ton longer and can be thrown in a wash to come back like new

i was lucky enough to sell my hayate to someone at a LAN before it started getting all nasty. i still feel dumb for blowing $60 on a MOUSE PAD. good product out of the box but not worth the price imo
post #28 of 28
QCK Heavy's materials might not be the best, but it works reliably and doesn't wear out fast
It's still one of my favs and maybe I slap it onto the desk today and keep it there, selling the Hayate in it's still good shape as it is right now.

The Heavy has a very very consistent glide, from the beginning of the mousemovement untill you stop the mouse again.
There is never a situation in operation when it feels faster or slower. And this consistency keeps for a very long time.
Or maybe I just prefer slower cloth pads.
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