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do MX-3.0 skatez fit on this thing? in the pre-made feet area.
You can get some pretty darn cheap ones here, and they're great http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hotline-Games-Logitech-G502-Mouse-Feet-2014-Edition-/121402762810
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You can get some pretty darn cheap ones here, and they're great http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hotline-Games-Logitech-G502-Mouse-Feet-2014-Edition-/121402762810

You can find cheaper with included twitch. It's cheaper but delivery is longer at least for me. But I could get 3 sets way more cheaper that this seller.


This one is way way way cheaper

http://www.ebay.com/itm/201331122645?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fsch%2Fi.html%3F_from%3DR40%26_sacat%3D0%26_nkw%3D201331122645%26_rdc%3D1

There are couple more sellers the same price if you look easy
Edited by x7007 - 1/13/16 at 1:59am
post #3103 of 3261
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You can get some pretty darn cheap ones here, and they're great http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hotline-Games-Logitech-G502-Mouse-Feet-2014-Edition-/121402762810

hmm yes but I really dont like the way theyre shaped. I feel it adds friction cause of how big and oddly shaped they are... redface.gif
I wanted to try ms3.0 or mx1 from hyperglide and see if I can get better performance.
Plan to change scroll wheel and cable as well so I will need to replace feet regardless.
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Received a Spectrum version of the the g502 as an RMA. It's a real shame they didn't take the opportunity to lighten the mouse to 100 grams at least with this version...
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post #3105 of 3261
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You can get some pretty darn cheap ones here, and they're great http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hotline-Games-Logitech-G502-Mouse-Feet-2014-Edition-/121402762810

hmm yes but I really dont like the way theyre shaped. I feel it adds friction cause of how big and oddly shaped they are... redface.gif
I wanted to try ms3.0 or mx1 from hyperglide and see if I can get better performance.
Plan to change scroll wheel and cable as well so I will need to replace feet regardless.

They are shaped the same as the originals so it can only get better imho, the original glide like complete ass on my QcK. The feet glide better on the Taito due to the "Nano Matrix" surface, a.k.a. heat treated. Now comparing the competition to the originals, there's really no contest. Competition glides a lot better. I even had issues doing basic Photoshop work done because the mouse would "stick" to the surface if I moved it really slow (which you do sometimes when doing precision work) using the original feet, the Competition fixed that issue as well.

They are dirt cheap so if the odd chance of you not liking them, it's not the end of the world. You also get 2 sets, so when the first set it worn down in some 4 years, you can change it again for free thumb.giftongue.gif
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They are shaped the same as the originals so it can only get better imho, the original glide like complete ass on my QcK. The feet glide better on the Taito due to the "Nano Matrix" surface, a.k.a. heat treated. Now comparing the competition to the originals, there's really no contest. Competition glides a lot better. I even had issues doing basic Photoshop work done because the mouse would "stick" to the surface if I moved it really slow (which you do sometimes when doing precision work) using the original feet, the Competition fixed that issue as well.

They are dirt cheap so if the odd chance of you not liking them, it's not the end of the world. You also get 2 sets, so when the first set it worn down in some 4 years, you can change it again for free thumb.giftongue.gif
The original feet of my G502 won't ever get stuck on my Goliathus TL Edition or Taito Control no matter how slow I move the mouse, so, I guess QcK is too slow and/or G502 feet aren't good enough on slow pads.
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They are shaped the same as the originals so it can only get better imho, the original glide like complete ass on my QcK. The feet glide better on the Taito due to the "Nano Matrix" surface, a.k.a. heat treated. Now comparing the competition to the originals, there's really no contest. Competition glides a lot better. I even had issues doing basic Photoshop work done because the mouse would "stick" to the surface if I moved it really slow (which you do sometimes when doing precision work) using the original feet, the Competition fixed that issue as well.

They are dirt cheap so if the odd chance of you not liking them, it's not the end of the world. You also get 2 sets, so when the first set it worn down in some 4 years, you can change it again for free thumb.giftongue.gif
The original feet of my G502 won't ever get stuck on my Goliathus TL Edition or Taito Control no matter how slow I move the mouse, so, I guess QcK is too slow and/or G502 feet aren't good enough on slow pads.
My Roccat Kone was gliding perfectly on my QcK, but the G502 does not. Then I switched the pad out with a Roccat Taito and it was better, but still not perfect. It's perfect with new feet, the original feet on the G502 sucks donkey dirk to be honest.
post #3108 of 3261
Never experienced what you describe to the slightest, but again. G502 standard feet might not be the best, but QcK is a crap pad nontheless. I tried a few QcKs in the past (QcK mousesports Edition, QcK mass, QcK+ SK Edition, QcK+ fnatic Edition). I liked only the SK and fnatic ones because they used a different coating. Standard QcKs are trash for me because of higher friction and let my hand/wrist sweat faster than any other pad I've ever tried. I assume they're made out of the cheapest material or something like that. I can't explain the difference otherwise. The only good thing about them is they're failry cheap.
Edited by hza - 1/16/16 at 5:23am
post #3109 of 3261
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Received a Spectrum version of the the g502 as an RMA. It's a real shame they didn't take the opportunity to lighten the mouse to 100 grams at least with this version...

At least their support was to help you smile.gif I'm just returning my G502 to the retailer and never touching it with a 10 foot poll. Logitech's support is garbage. Tried to RMA the mouse for a defective scroll wheel that would just scroll by itself simply by moving the mouse and after 5 days of waiting for a reply I get a generic message, called them up and was ran through hoops and it reached no where....

Needless to say this was just a pitiful experience with Logitech my first one ever I have many of their products mice etc and it was just to the point that they pissed me off so much that I'm dumping all there products I have.


The mouse was great but the scroll wheel problem drove me mad websites/etc would just scroll down as I would move the mouse lol. And their support <- lol.
Edited by nyxagamemnon - 1/20/16 at 2:19pm
post #3110 of 3261
@nyxagamemnon Where are you from? I'm from Austria. I once asked Logitech support for buying replacement feet for the G500. They said they don't produce them anymore, but offered me a new mouse instead. The guy on the phone said I'll receive a G500s, but in the end they sent me a G502. That was the first and only time I contacted their support. I never had a problem with any Logitech product and I buy their stuff since 2003 or 2004. And even though I wanted to buy replacement feet for an older mouse, I ended up receiving a new mouse. Maybe you were unlucky and just contaced the "wrong guy" like some employee who didn't care about your problem. I don't know.
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