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Mouse Feet/Skates (Logitech G9x/ Steel Series Sensei)

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The only gaming mouse I have ever purchased was the Logitech G9x. I recently bought the Sensei and I was shocked how it felt on my Razer Scarab hard mat. When using my Logitech G9x it felt like I was gliding on ice but when I used the Sensei I could feel the texture of the mouse pad. I was shocked at the difference of the mouse feet. I ended up returning the Sensei because of this reason. Does anyone else have a similar experience? Does Steel Series have subpar mouse feet or is it because Logitech has superb mouse feet. I couldn't really tell the difference when using a cloth mat. I also tried using both the mice on a 4HD Steel Series hard mat and had similar result. I bought the 4HD when I ordered the Sensei. The 4HD is almost exactly the same as the Scarab, so I will be returning the 4HD. Let me know what you guys thing. Thanks
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The only gaming mouse I have ever purchased was the Logitech G9x. I recently bought the Sensei and I was shocked how it felt on my Razer Scarab hard mat. When using my Logitech G9x it felt like I was gliding on ice but when I used the Sensei I could feel the texture of the mouse pad. I was shocked at the difference of the mouse feet. I ended up returning the Sensei because of this reason. Does anyone else have a similar experience? Does Steel Series have subpar mouse feet or is it because Logitech has superb mouse feet. I couldn't really tell the difference when using a cloth mat. I also tried using both the mice on a 4HD Steel Series hard mat and had similar result. I bought the 4HD when I ordered the Sensei. The 4HD is almost exactly the same as the Scarab, so I will be returning the 4HD. Let me know what you guys thing. Thanks

Perhaps you just need some time to "break in" the feet of Sensei, because new mousefeet tend to be sharp in the edge and used mousefeet become smoother.
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Hmm maybe you are right. But from what I read Steel Series does not use teflon feet.
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Hmm maybe you are right. But from what I read Steel Series does not use teflon feet.

You are right lol. It uses UPE mousefeet, so it may be less smooth than teflon ones. However, you can always get replacement teflon feet for Sensei.
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