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post #21 of 141
I have the hotline for my Savu, I really like the feet.

Bought both hotline and tiger feet to several mice all from takasta ofc smile.gif
post #22 of 141
I was about to order some of the Hotline Competition feet and some of the Tiger feet but wasn't sure which was better. I have only used HyperGlide in the past. I was wanting something similar. The thing is the Tiger brand only has the White and the Silver. I was thinking of the White but they are 1mm thick instead of 0.6mm. Does anyone think the extra thickness would cause problems or if I do go with the White will I have to replace my original feet instead of just placing on top of them?
post #23 of 141
So what would you recommend , does the Competition gives better gliding than Performance ? I tried to use both but couldn't find the differences .

G502
post #24 of 141
Here's what I Found out from my own testing.

If you're using a metal pad (aluminum type, e.g .Razer Exactmat, Destructor or something similar (those pads that are well known for eating up mouse feet), use the original clones (performance level). They work MUCH better on those metal pads.

If you're using a soft cloth "fast" pad like the Puretrak Talent or the Razer Mantis speed, use the competition level.

I tried the competition silver feet on my ExactMat and it felt like ass.
And it's NOT the competition feet's fault or some "cheap low quality" Chinese design error.
Hyperglides on my Deathadder black edition felt equally like ass on that pad.

I can't explain it, though.
It STILL feels SMOOTH on the exactmat .
But it feels like the exactmat is "eating" the feet while feeling smooth and fast.
Does that make sense?

But with the performance level or default feet, it feels like the glide is like a man and woman doing the in and out smile.gif
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post #25 of 141
I know this thread is older but I just came across this after recently purchasing the G502. I was using the G500 with hyperglides on a $3 plastic cutting board from Walmart. The mouse was slick as can be and never wore out the feet. When I tried the G502 on the cutting board it still didn't feel the same so I used some spare G500 hyperglide feet and put them over the stock G502 feet. They seem to work perfectly and I don't ever have to worry about getting new feet since they never wear out on the cutting board surface.
post #26 of 141
I bought this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tiger-Gaming-Logitech-G502-Mouse-Feet-2015-Edition-/121573737242?var=&hash=item61e9277764

1mm Thick, and its really bad, the skatez dont fit well, even if I adapt them its just too high and annoying...
post #27 of 141
Can any of you tell that the inceased height of the sensor has affected sensor quality?
post #28 of 141
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Originally Posted by spawnkano View Post

They seem to work perfectly and I don't ever have to worry about getting new feet since they never wear out on the cutting board surface.

Some plain cutting boards are like pure magic when used with some mouse feet, but stay quiet you don't want everyone else knowing our secret here devil-smiley-019.gif .
post #29 of 141
The best way to use mouse feet on the G502 is to use 0.6 Performance and 0.28 Performance or Competition above so there is no way you will scratch your mouse pad. When you buy the mouse, does it come as 0.6 or 0.28 glue + 0.28 feet ?
post #30 of 141
For me i applied only 0.6mm competition without anything on top of it . Result as perfect smooth glide


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