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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

I still cannot believe that it's only available in the US at the moment, so damn annoying.

You would have thought that due to the success of the original FM that they would be doing a international release, I mean, if you live in Canada you can't even order one from the US, I can't even order one from amazon.com to the UK, yet I could with the FM 2015? Lol, it's just stupid.

I get that it's an American company and obviously, it was/is an obvious choice to appeal to your countries demographic first, but it's just bad business practice imo. You wouldn't see a company such as Logitech/Zowie and so on, put out a mouse in a specific country first without having the availability elsewhere. I'm just annoyed at this fact.

But I guess this is just a small outcry, probably one that is going to be ignored due to the fact that Americans are already getting their mice and therefore there are going to be a majority of happy customers. Oh well, I expected better, I guess I and many others will just carry on waiting.

Well, I'm still waiting for a better way to buy the FM since the first one.
The only option I have is Amazon, but in there I'd need to pay insane taxes and the mouse would cost me 140~150$ in total.
I've messaged their support a couple of times and they always says stuff like "Yea we're looking into it", but in reality they don't care.

They're probably already rich at this point, selling a Motospeed V2 with the 3310 for 67$ rolleyes.gif
post #4152 of 4666
stop whining and find solutions

https://www.shipito.com/

protip: avoid UPS, FedEX. use USPS when shipping over the border, you avoid huge duties/custom fees

you people are nuts if you think it's somehow 'stupid' to only sell to the USA. it just became available a few days ago, it's called logistics. I don't understand how anyone is surprised by something like this. it's a small business trying to sell a mouse online, you can't expect worldwide shipping on day two of release
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Originally Posted by wmoftw View Post

stop whining and find solutions

https://www.shipito.com/

protip: avoid UPS, FedEX. use USPS when shipping over the border, you avoid huge duties/custom fees

you people are nuts if you think it's somehow 'stupid' to only sell to the USA. it just became available a few days ago, it's called logistics. I don't understand how anyone is surprised by something like this. it's a small business trying to sell a mouse online, you can't expect worldwide shipping on day two of release


It's not as simple as you think it is, actually.
I would need to pay more than 20$ for the cheapest and slowest shipping with them, and that would take easily more than 45 days to arrive.
Not only that, but all the fees/taxes that I'd need to pay to my credit card, and to our postal service.

That mouse would easily cost me 90$ or even more in total, plus the insane awaiting time.

And I'm not even asking them to come to my country and sell their products here, but having their own virtual store would help many people. Right now they're only selling their products on Amazon.
post #4154 of 4666
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Originally Posted by starmanwarz View Post

I could use some help.

Looking to buy a new mouse and I'm torn between the Zowie EC1-A and the FinalMouse 2016. Previously owned a DA2013 (love the shape) and the FK1 (hate the shape).

Has anyone here used both, which one do you prefer and why? Also, what's up with all this hype, are FM releasing a new mouse?

Question is why on earth would you not go for the DA Chroma. If you love the shape and want a new one - what is wrong with people nowadays :O I've tried to find a shape I love for 2 years. Still looking. If i'd love the da shape I wouldn't even come to ocn anymore, let alone look for new mice. Cause it's really good imho.

Edit: far better than FM in terms of hardware+shell. Also, I believe the 3988 implementation is better than the zowie's 3310.
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Question is why on earth would you not go for the DA Chroma. If you love the shape and want a new one - what is wrong with people nowadays :O I've tried to find a shape I love for 2 years. Still looking. If i'd love the da shape I wouldn't even come to ocn anymore, let alone look for new mice. Cause it's really good imho.

Edit: far better than FM in terms of hardware+shell. Also, I believe the 3988 implementation is better than the zowie's 3310.

Had 2 Razer mice and they keep breaking after a few months. Not a big fan of RGB too.
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Had 2 Razer mice and they keep breaking after a few months. Not a big fan of RGB too.

You can read the exact same about FM and Zowie though. For me personally, I've had broken Roccat, Steelseries mice. So YMMV. Mostly it's omrons doubleclicking, led dying or what not.
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It's not as simple as you think it is, actually.
I would need to pay more than 20$ for the cheapest and slowest shipping with them, and that would take easily more than 45 days to arrive.
Not only that, but all the fees/taxes that I'd need to pay to my credit card, and to our postal service.

That mouse would easily cost me 90$ or even more in total, plus the insane awaiting time.

And I'm not even asking them to come to my country and sell their products here, but having their own virtual store would help many people. Right now they're only selling their products on Amazon.
That sucks dude. You might as well save up for the Scream One (which all things considered, you'd likely get sometime this fall lol/smh).

I still remember your struggle getting the FK1 lachen.gif...sad-smiley-002.gif
post #4158 of 4666
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Originally Posted by wmoftw View Post

it's a small business trying to sell a mouse online, you can't expect worldwide shipping on day two of release

They have never sold their mice to anyone outside of the US border.

Just gave up of ever owning any Final Mouse model because of the rarity of it, plus the insane idiot prices on Ebay from scumbags wanting to gouge anyone for this product.
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They have never sold their mice to anyone outside of the US border.

Just gave up of ever owning any Final Mouse model because of the rarity of it, plus the insane idiot prices on Ebay from scumbags wanting to gouge anyone for this product.

they have mice on amazon USA/CAN, UK, Germany, and a 'worldwide' amazon link
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

They have never sold their mice to anyone outside of the US border.

Just gave up of ever owning any Final Mouse model because of the rarity of it, plus the insane idiot prices on Ebay from scumbags wanting to gouge anyone for this product.

The Classic Ergo ships to australia from their amazon site
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