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post #251 of 1929
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Originally Posted by e4stw00t View Post

I tend to resell my Avior and keep my FK. Despite the Avior being more precise I prefer the FK's shape.

Dito. I don't find the Aviors shape that good.
Rule #1 shape. If it doesn't fit than it doesn't matter how good the mouse is.

I'll keep the Rival. Would be perfect without the rattling noise.
post #252 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Amperial View Post

Dito. I don't find the Aviors shape that good.
Rule #1 shape. If it doesn't fit than it doesn't matter how good the mouse is.

I'll keep the Rival. Would be perfect without the rattling noise.

Even though I don't love the shape either there's nothing else on the market with the same combination of features I need so I'm trying to just get used to the shape as much as I can.

For instance I'll have a hard time using another mouse without LOD adjustment, which I know the new Roccat mice will have but not until later this year.
post #253 of 1929
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Originally Posted by xmr1 View Post

Even though I don't love the shape either there's nothing else on the market with the same combination of features I need so I'm trying to just get used to the shape as much as I can.

For instance I'll have a hard time using another mouse without LOD adjustment, which I know the new Roccat mice will have but not until later this year.

True, however if you've used a Deathadder the Rival should fit you perfectly.
Though the lift off distance is a tad higher compared to the lowest Avior setting.

I for example can't play if i have some annoying feeling while using my mouse.
post #254 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Amperial View Post

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Originally Posted by xmr1 View Post

Even though I don't love the shape either there's nothing else on the market with the same combination of features I need so I'm trying to just get used to the shape as much as I can.

For instance I'll have a hard time using another mouse without LOD adjustment, which I know the new Roccat mice will have but not until later this year.

True, however if you've used a Deathadder the Rival should fit you perfectly.
Though the lift off distance is a tad higher compared to the lowest Avior setting.

I for example can't play if i have some annoying feeling while using my mouse.

Deathadder fits my hand perfect, I can claw it without problems.

Rival that's impossible for me, It feels way way bigger and more clumsy.

So the perfect fit for me atleast is far from biggrin.gif
post #255 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Deathadder fits my hand perfect, I can claw it without problems.

Rival that's impossible for me, It feels way way bigger and more clumsy.

So the perfect fit for me atleast is far from biggrin.gif

Don't get the 2013 death adder. Get the 3.5g or BE. I liked my black edition a lot but I'm more of a clawer than palmer so I went with the FK.
post #256 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Deathadder fits my hand perfect, I can claw it without problems.

Rival that's impossible for me, It feels way way bigger and more clumsy.

So the perfect fit for me atleast is far from biggrin.gif

I don't know.. i've seen people gripping the Rival so weird.
Afaik some reviewer grips it so his wrist isn't touching the mousepad. Was it Takasta? Dunno.

Mainly talking about a normal "Deathadder" palm grip. Like if you palm your Deathadder and you like it, than you should like the Rival.
Clawing the Rival might be abit different. Like if i'd claw it my fingers would be somewhere between the scroll wheel and the dpi switch button. Not sure if thats comfy ingame.. yet i wouldn't claw my Deathadder either..
post #257 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Amperial View Post

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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Deathadder fits my hand perfect, I can claw it without problems.

Rival that's impossible for me, It feels way way bigger and more clumsy.

So the perfect fit for me atleast is far from biggrin.gif

I don't know.. i've seen people gripping the Rival so weird.
Afaik some reviewer grips it so his wrist isn't touching the mousepad. Was it Takasta? Dunno.

Mainly talking about a normal "Deathadder" palm grip. Like if you palm your Deathadder and you like it, than you should like the Rival.
Clawing the Rival might be abit different. Like if i'd claw it my fingers would be somewhere between the scroll wheel and the dpi switch button. Not sure if thats comfy ingame.. yet i wouldn't claw my Deathadder either..

I got both DA and rival ofc, otherwise I would not speak about it biggrin.gif

The rival is way to big for me to claw, It is just impossible in every single way.

Meanwhile the Deathadder is perfect for me to clawgrip.

Rival was useless to me, not that im using DA anyway since I prefer smaller mice.
But Rival was just pure garbage in terms of shape for my hand since clawing it was impossible.
post #258 of 1929
I cannot describe how or why but I guess the combination of the shape,weight,sensor is so good for my hand .... I switched between WMO, FK and Avior since I bought the latter and so I usually should've the worst aim on the Avior. But as soon as I use it I feel more in control of my aiming and... it shows. More direct flickshot hits. More headshots. More connected to the mouse.

I keep that baby now. Works good enough for me, better than my beloved other two mice, the FK and WMO.
And that after so little time using it.
Never had that with any other new mouse I put besides WMO and FK.
post #259 of 1929
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

I cannot describe how or why but I guess the combination of the shape,weight,sensor is so good for my hand .... I switched between WMO, FK and Avior since I bought the latter and so I usually should've the worst aim on the Avior. But as soon as I use it I feel more in control of my aiming and... it shows. More direct flickshot hits. More headshots. More connected to the mouse.

I keep that baby now. Works good enough for me, better than my beloved other two mice, the FK and WMO.
And that after so little time using it.
Never had that with any other new mouse I put besides WMO and FK.

How do you feel the bigger size + weight is compared to the light and smaller fk and wmo?

Do you claw/fingergrip your mouse?

I feel the bigger clumsier size of the aviour will be a problem for me using Mice like Kana v2, g100s size.
post #260 of 1929
I always claw my WMO and with the FK I thought I would do the same.
But during longer gaming sessions I just tend to relax my claw grip a bit which is perfectly doable on the WMO (because of the higher butt) but more cramped on the FK.
I would say this is called a mix of claw and palm grip.

The Avior is pretty good for that palm/claw grip.
It is wide enough so you don't cramp your fingers too much.
The weight is ... an expected weight for that mouse and shape I would say. I don't know if the Avior would be really better with less weight.
But I DO know that the weight of it is not a problem at all to me because my grip works really good on it.
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