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Originally Posted by MorgsTouch View Post

any luck with the lid for the weights, you probably would have noticed if you looked at the feet at all

i was one of the early adopters for this mouse thead i posted a while back

for the weight on the bottom, its extremely tight(i felt like i was about to break my finger nails opening). you have to use both thumbs to open it(at least for me). the mouse with the weights added in is still pretty light. I bought it for 20$ on opening price(as Ianker is a company who likes and wants people to purchase and review on their hardware, as a growing accessory company)
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post #12 of 80
How does this mouse work for someone with bigger hands?
My deathadder is too small and uncomfortable for me, and this looks like a nice, cheaper alternative than an ourobouros or a Rat 7.
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post #13 of 80
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How does this mouse work for someone with bigger hands?
My deathadder is too small and uncomfortable for me, and this looks like a nice, cheaper alternative than an ourobouros or a Rat 7.

I have long fingers and my only gripe is the mouse wheel is a little too far back other than that it's fine. It has a pretty high arch too
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post #14 of 80
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any luck with the lid for the weights, you probably would have noticed if you looked at the feet at all
I had no problems with the lid like some people have reported. It was definitely the pads.

I've actually got surprising news to report. I had emailed Anker to let them know about the issue with the feet pads and the last email they sent me they said they had shipped me a new mouse to see if it would work better. thumb.gif I didn't ask for it at all. So once it gets here I just send back the other one and it's a done deal. Now that's customer service.
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post #15 of 80
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I had no problems with the lid like some people have reported. It was definitely the pads.

I've actually got surprising news to report. I had emailed Anker to let them know about the issue with the feet pads and the last email they sent me they said they had shipped me a new mouse to see if it would work better. thumb.gif I didn't ask for it at all. So once it gets here I just send back the other one and it's a done deal. Now that's customer service.

anker has a strong customer service base. I mean it literally has the power user well user which they will send you free(or discounted) hardware on a specific list of new items just so you can review them. heck because one of their factories is like an hour drive from where i live(they have one in san jose california), i got my shipment DAYS in advance.

I mean just from the mouse alone, I sorta do believe that their goal is truely good accessories for a low price.
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post #16 of 80
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anker has a strong customer service base. I mean it literally has the power user well user which they will send you free(or discounted) hardware on a specific list of new items just so you can review them. heck because one of their factories is like an hour drive from where i live(they have one in san jose california), i got my shipment DAYS in advance.

I mean just from the mouse alone, I sorta do believe that their goal is truely good accessories for a low price.
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I had no problems with the lid like some people have reported. It was definitely the pads.

I've actually got surprising news to report. I had emailed Anker to let them know about the issue with the feet pads and the last email they sent me they said they had shipped me a new mouse to see if it would work better. thumb.gif I didn't ask for it at all. So once it gets here I just send back the other one and it's a done deal. Now that's customer service.


Awesome, need more cs like this
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Price went up to $43.99 - the way it's selling and being reviewed on amazon I don't think it will linger at this low price for too long =/
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post #18 of 80
Got the replacement mouse today. The feet are placed correctly and it rolls a lot more smoothly than the other one did. No more dragging on my mouse pad. Now I just need to send them back the old one and then make a nice topic about their quality CS. smile.gif
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post #19 of 80
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Got the replacement mouse today. The feet are placed correctly and it rolls a lot more smoothly than the other one did. No more dragging on my mouse pad. Now I just need to send them back the old one and then make a nice topic about their quality CS. smile.gif


Glad to hear - I think you'll like it smile.gif
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post #20 of 80
Oh I do like it. It's a great mouse for the price. The ergonomic design is a little different for me but I can get used to it.
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