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I need to buy a new mousepad. I have been using goliathus speed ones and I really loved them but they are diminishing so fast due to my sweaty&oily&acidic hands.

I was searching Scarab actually but now this is an upgraded version, I might think on it. I play mainly CS:GO and I own DA 2013 and mamba.

Can anyone confirm or tell me that if this pad has some problems with DA2013 or mamba?
post #2 of 9
I've been using the Scarab roughly since release, and I'm quite happy with them, I've had no issues so far and the surface is still perfectly intact.
I'm using the Mamba with it, and it works well.
post #3 of 9
I have the destructor 2 with a da black edition. The destructor 2 is pretty good, it has a sandpaper feel and feels gritty under your mouse. Some people like it, some people hate it. I think the manticor is a little bit better for fps games but it needs time to wear through the really high friction coating to get it to the smooth but controlled feel.
post #4 of 9
i just picked up a 2013 DA and it tracks like a boss on my red artisan hien.
i also have a small goliathus speed as well and the DA just tracks/glides much nicer on the hien but the goliathus is no scrub either.

id recommend the hien.
post #5 of 9
I have a destructor 2 and a deathadder 2013. the DA2013 sensor tracks well on the D2 but the pad's too slippery so it's difficult to control the mouse for stopping and precise motions.
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post #6 of 9
Is is more slippery than the 1st Destructor?
post #7 of 9
I've purchased the Destructor 2 last month, I do not find it slippery at all, but maybe that's because I'm used to the Scarab which has a lot more glide.
post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

i just picked up a 2013 DA and it tracks like a boss on my red artisan hien.
i also have a small goliathus speed as well and the DA just tracks/glides much nicer on the hien but the goliathus is no scrub either.

id recommend the hien.

I have this same combo, gotta give a +1 to the Hien, the best mouse mat I've used by a long margin.
post #9 of 9
Destructor 2's already on it's way back. Not only does it feel bumpy, but both a Mionix 8200 and a Logitech G400 physically drag on the pad. Scarab is much better IMO. Not sure what happened as I liked the OG Destructor.
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