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It is strange because I know people who have had an original Sensei on OCN even longer and haven't had coating rub off. Yet dozens of pictures with paint rubbed off on others to the contrary.

Common denominator seems to be but unconfirmed is being rubbed off on the bottom of the mouse and the left side of the Sensei logo. It might have something to do with those peoples grip style / type / varying strengths on the mouse.

Otherwise I'm inclined to think that it has something to do with a flaw in the coating itself but we'd have a lot more people complaining about this same issue. I don't hear of MLG owners with this issue. Albeit there are a lot less MLG owners percentage wise but it uses the same coating.

I own SS Fnatic and if anyone wants an original Sensei it dosent have any coating issues and the same mouse. thumb.gif


Oh yeah. I returned my the normal model because I thought it was a bad sensor, then I tried buying it again from TigerDirect. I rarely go with TD, but their Sensei was so cheap! However... It was not the right version. It was the Fnatic. I owned the XAI and loved the rubberish finish. I really didn't like the non rubber finish on the normal model. It felt weird and it gets dirty easy. The Fnatic edition is a mix and I love it so far. Plastic sides, rubber else where. My XAI logo did begin to dissolve. It was layered or something, because there was kind of a hole in the logo? Like you could dig into the logo a bit. Wasn't an issue tho.

 

I think it matters on how you grip your mouse. If you claw, your palm doesnt really touch the mouse as much when compared to a palm grip.

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The coating actually wears off quite easy on the top for people who have sweaty hands. The rubber sides are pretty durable though much more than the rubber on cheaper razer mice such as the abyssus, the rubber on the latter becomes sticky quite fast, I just had one in the shelf it became sticky.
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not to rez an old thread but have you guys tried increasing your "Exact lift"
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