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Hand fatigue with my mouse - question and suggestions

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Hello guys! I bought Perixx Mx-3000 back in September i and still haven't got used to it.I've been using generic mice all my life and this is the first time i get a better "gaming" mouse.The things is,i don't have big hands and i think that's the reason this mouse feels very unconfortable for me.I get hand fatigue and the mouse feels too sluggish sort of. I get the same feel from my friend's Imperator 4G.It's weird,my generic mouse felt more accurate.
My questions :
1) I use fingertrip grip.I'm looking for a "LIGHTWEIGHT" mouse that's ergonomic and with a simular design to G400.
2) Should i continue using it until i get use to it? It's very unpleasant experience sometimes.My biggest complain is the weight which wasn't mentioned in Amazon.It's 3x the weight of my old mouse,it's too heavy.
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I haven't used that mouse myself, but I notice it is weight adjustable. I assume you're saying it's too heavy without all of the weight cartridges, correct? I personally have a Mionix NAOS 5000 and I find it to be the most comfortable mouse I've personally used. It is adjustable as well, and seems very light to me when the weights are removed. I keep a couple weights in it for my preference. I hope this might be helpful.
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