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post #71 of 141
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Are you sure you removed the plastic backing from the feet?
Because there's no way in hell the stock feet were smoother than the hotline games feet.

They stock feet are only smoother on some metal anodized surfaces (like the Razer Exactmat), and ONLY when the Hotline Games F4 feet are brand new and freshly applied. After they wear in a bit, the glide increases greatly on that type of surface. On normal cloth, the F4 feet are always better.

how does one remove the plastic?
post #72 of 141
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Are you sure you removed the plastic backing from the feet?
Because there's no way in hell the stock feet were smoother than the hotline games feet.

They stock feet are only smoother on some metal anodized surfaces (like the Razer Exactmat), and ONLY when the Hotline Games F4 feet are brand new and freshly applied. After they wear in a bit, the glide increases greatly on that type of surface. On normal cloth, the F4 feet are always better.

I removed the plastic.... I feel stupid, horribly stupid, heres A MASSIVE +REP to you, thank you for being epic, and replying to me on this old thread, thank you for helping and thank you for being awesome and having information you were willing to share.
post #73 of 141
Nah. You just didn't read the instructions, as the instructions mention peeling off the protective layer.
And that's a very easy to make mistake, as if you formerly used hyperglides, they never came with a protective layer.
I even failed to remove the layer on my very first application of G502 feet and wondered..."uh..why is this thing barely gliding?" But then I noticed it appeared -too- reflective...
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post #74 of 141
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Nah. You just didn't read the instructions, as the instructions mention peeling off the protective layer.
And that's a very easy to make mistake, as if you formerly used hyperglides, they never came with a protective layer.
I even failed to remove the layer on my very first application of G502 feet and wondered..."uh..why is this thing barely gliding?" But then I noticed it appeared -too- reflective...

yeah you see, I did read the instructions... but i thought the film it was talking about was the one it comes on...
post #75 of 141
I've done much, much worse than that before.
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post #76 of 141
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I've done much, much worse than that before.

but yeah these are some nice feets. also got my new mouse pad too on the same day they in, https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00R9YH1ZC I had the large control and upgraded to the extended control
post #77 of 141
For me the Tiger mouse feet is a winner after been for 2 years with the HotLine Performance 0.6 - 0.28 and the Competition 0.6 - 0.28 ... when using with SteelSeries I-2 Glass mouse pad is just smooth and so fun to play.
post #78 of 141
The white tiger gaming feet are a poor man's Hyperglides, using teflon feet (afaik) with indentions in the surface from there being two sets of feet glued together, but this is on the version of the tiger gaming feet I bought over a year ago. They may have changed their methods by now. Those type of feet are really nice for glass or hard pads and probably will last longer than hotline games feet.
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post #79 of 141
Seems like the quality has improved for Hotline feet? When I ordered from Takasta for my G602 they came sharp edged and not uniform thickness.

I'm thinking about picking up a set for my G402 since there's no Hyper glide available.
post #80 of 141
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The white tiger gaming feet are a poor man's Hyperglides, using teflon feet (afaik) with indentions in the surface from there being two sets of feet glued together, but this is on the version of the tiger gaming feet I bought over a year ago. They may have changed their methods by now. Those type of feet are really nice for glass or hard pads and probably will last longer than hotline games feet.

are there htperglides already ? where can we buy
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