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post #1511 of 2101
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Originally Posted by Erikdayo View Post

I plan on giving the Avior 7000 another week before deciding whether I want to keep it or not. Always time to grow.

i'll take it off your hands tongue.gif

only 3310 or current mouse i haven't tried yet due to its price and availability . wish i could at least try it out at best buy or it was priced more competitively with the fk1 / rival

edit- i take that back i haven't tried the naos either. why doesn't the naos get more recognition on here may i ask? is there an issue with it? even the m45 gets more attention
Edited by riznich48 - 10/22/14 at 5:27pm
post #1512 of 2101
Can someone recommend me some replacement mouse feet?

Also, do the am or normal fk mouse feet fit?
Edited by James N - 10/22/14 at 6:36pm
post #1513 of 2101
Same feet as the FK/AM so you can just grab some from Takasta's ebay store. I'm not entirely sure of the difference between the Hotline, Tiger, or 2014 version of the Hotline. But I would probably go with the 2014 Hotline because they have the most exciting marketing. >_> They do seem like they should be the slickest though.
post #1514 of 2101
Thanks
Edited by James N - 10/22/14 at 7:08pm
post #1515 of 2101
I actually got 1 set of white feet from Zowie, the rest were the basic black ones. Either it's placebo or... their white skates > black ones.
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post #1516 of 2101
Unfortunately my FK 1 came without an additional pair. And the default ones feel way too thin for me anyways.
post #1517 of 2101
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If you have issues with tediousness due to stiff clicks, the FK1 is probably not your best best. I ran into the exact same issue as you, with the exact same game (Dota 2)... when I got my FK1 a week ago. Its clicks are much stiffer than my Deathadder 2013's clicks (whether it's due to the switches or the shell, as DivineDark mentioned), so I'm going to put it in storage and get myself another, different mouse with Omron switches (probably Roccat Kone Military).

Awe man, just what i did not want to hear, looks like the sexiest mice on earth cannot be considered then.

Looks like gonna take a look at the Minox 7000 or the Roccat Kone Military.
post #1518 of 2101
The white ones are thicker and zowie says they are optimized for less friction.
post #1519 of 2101
The white speedy skatez are thicker. I just bought 3 or 4 packs of them.
post #1520 of 2101
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Been messing around with the Avior 7000 compared to FK1 for a bit. Avior 7000 just feels a bit too bulky in comparison. And the way my ring finger sits due to the wideness near the mouse clicks kinda bugs me. But I will still be keeping both.

Complaints with the FK1 are the same as everyone else's, I suppose. Clicks could be lighter (not really a big issue for games I currently play often), and the scroll wheel has some room for improvement. But I do love the shape, and I have not noticed any tracking issues. The FK1 may truly be the perfect shape for my hand/grip. At the very least it's the most comfortable mouse I've purchased.

I plan on giving the Avior 7000 another week before deciding whether I want to keep it or not. Always time to grow.
same situation. I love the FK1's shape!!!
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