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Black mousepad with no branding?

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Hello.

I am looking for a black mousepad that does not have any visible branding on it whatsoever. I do not want a glass pad and of course no cloth pads.

I am currently using a Razer Sphex and before that I used a Steelseries 4D ( I am still using the separate rubber backing from the 4D under the Sphex because the non-slip surface on the Sphex was completely dry when I got it). So a surface similar to those two pads would be preferable.

Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by Feigr View Post

Hello.
I am looking for a black mousepad that does not have any visible branding on it whatsoever. I do not want a glass pad and of course no cloth pads.
I am currently using a Razer Sphex and before that I used a Steelseries 4D ( I am still using the separate rubber backing from the 4D under the Sphex because the non-slip surface on the Sphex was completely dry when I got it). So a surface similar to those two pads would be preferable.
Thanks in advance.

Either buy a brandless mousepad, or buy a branded mousepad and cut away the logo?

I don't see why "no cloth pads" is an "of course", but nvm.
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

Either buy a brandless mousepad, or buy a branded mousepad and cut away the logo?
I don't see why "no cloth pads" is an "of course", but nvm.

It is the "buy a brandless mousepad" bit that I am asking about, because I am having difficulty finding any.

No cloth pads is because I am interested in something that is higher quality than just a cloth pad, something that will last for a while.
post #4 of 5
Unfortunately, if you want a high quality mouse pad, you need to buy from one of the "big" companies.
Of those, Razer seem to have both the worst, and the least-intrusive branding.

Some of their mats like the Goliathus and Sphex have bright green logos on the pads, but a lot of them are just a small black-on-black logo in the corner without any writing, and the logo itself isn't particularly offensive.

I would probably consider either the Destructor 2, or the Manticor.


Artisan mouse pads aren't branding-free either, but I generally find their branding quite inoffensive. They are very overpriced, and are poor performers though, so I don't recommend them. It's a shame, because they do look nice, and are well made.
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func pads have pretty minor branding, I wanna say core pad does as well, I recall ratpadz having little branding also.
    
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