Originally Posted by Dasher
Not as bad as FK14, but yes, fingerprints & etc are visible, especially if you have sweaty/oily hands.
I pretty disappointed with the Zowie FK mice... Quality assurance seems to be really bad at ZowieGear, same with the customer communications/support (none of my mails to ZowieGear were answered. Thank god i'm located in Germany and could quickly get replacements through caseking.de. RMAing directly through ZowieGear would be probably a nightmare, since they dont even answer emails.)
ALL of my Zowie mice (2xFK14 and 1xFK1) had problems with scrolling up:
often Scrolling up with the wheel just doesn't register at all (especially if you scroll slowly), but scrolling down works always fine.
While browsing through various forums I read that many people have this problem. How the f did it went unnoticed?
Competitive gaming mouse my ass.
Now my experience with ZowieGear mice:
- My 1st Zowie FK14 mouse had problem with left mouse button. It didn't always work and clicking sounded really weird (tincan sound).
- My 2nd replacement FK14 mouse still had the tin can sound (not as bad as the 1st) while left clicking, but at least it worked. But after 3 weeks of use the rubber coating started to peel off and i decided to RMA it.
- Now Im on my 3rd replacement mouse, this time its FK1. This mouse just stops working sometimes for a 1-2 seconds and then it works again (can happen once in 5 mins, sometimes it happens more often). You can forget playing competitive games with this ****.
I'm pretty much done with Zowie Gear at this point. While the form and weight of the mouse are great, the tech seem to be a cheap and untested crap.
Can some recommend me a good gaming mouse with low LOD? (price doesnt matter, as long the mouse works good)