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post #2701 of 4669
I'm sorry, but seeing a box in that condition with "The Professional's Choice" plastered over it is hilarious.
post #2702 of 4669
I was ashamed to send something like that.
worse than that is the left button.
post #2703 of 4669
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Originally Posted by doors1991 View Post

I was ashamed to send something like that.
worse than that is the left button.

In the world of logistics, you will always get a stepped on product that will be broken (pure luck).

Hence send it back or demand a full refund, that is how the system works for the customer these days.
post #2704 of 4669
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

In the world of logistics, you will always get a stepped on product that will be broken (pure luck).

Hence send it back or demand a full refund, that is how the system works for the customer these days.
bad logistics ...
normal logistic take care on it aand pack it that it cant get broken ...
normal here in GER for me as working at OTC VW
post #2705 of 4669
that box was damaged before it even got into the shipping containers bois
post #2706 of 4669
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Originally Posted by Buttnose View Post

@FinalmouseJude whats the word on making replacement mousefeet available? I tried to get in touch with puretrak/corepad/tiger/hyperglide last week to see if they would be interested in producing something for FM but didn't get a single reply. sadsmiley.gif Perhaps if Finalmouse approached them directly about the matter we might see something happen?

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Edited by Buttnose - 10/7/15 at 10:25pm
post #2707 of 4669
I heard that Jude will release a firmware to turn on or off mcu something, and now I never see he mention about this again.
post #2708 of 4669
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Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

In the world of logistics, you will always get a stepped on product that will be broken (pure luck).

Hence send it back or demand a full refund, that is how the system works for the customer these days.
bad logistics ...
normal logistic take care on it aand pack it that it cant get broken ...
normal here in GER for me as working at OTC VW

TRUE it's the shippers/sellers fault for not providing any reasonable transit protection.

You should see some of the stuff that arrives at my address, looks like it was stepped on with an M1 Abrams doh.gif .
post #2709 of 4669
That loose button doesn't cause any real performance issue though, it is only annoying. I had the same "problem". When you are about to press the button your finger already rests on the button making the "loose" to go away, therefore it doesn't cause any performance problems..

I just hope that FinalMouse don't put too much emphasis to these cosmetic problems and rather use their time to correct their sensor smoothing which causes unacceptable delay..
post #2710 of 4669
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Originally Posted by Jonagold View Post

That loose button doesn't cause any real performance issue though, it is only annoying. I had the same "problem". When you are about to press the button your finger already rests on the button making the "loose" to go away, therefore it doesn't cause any performance problems..

I just hope that FinalMouse don't put too much emphasis to these cosmetic problems and rather use their time to correct their sensor smoothing which causes unacceptable delay..

Are you serious? This is the e-mail they need to send to their shell maker.

Lengthen RMB/LMB plungers by 0.5mm, lengthen side button plungers by 0.8mm. (they should get exact measurements, but this is roughly what we are talking about)

Doing this removes all slop and shims in the side & main buttons, it should have been done on their first release!
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