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They only offer in on the US (.com) and UK (.uk) amazon.
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Originally Posted by Kayed View Post

They only offer in on the US (.com) and UK (.uk) amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MX8QSLW/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00MX8QSLW&linkCode=as2&tag=final0b-20&linkId=QPN5ANTCYBXUKHKH

international merchant link - https://www.amazon.com/s?merchant=A3FG85N1VEKVI5
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Originally Posted by iceskeleton View Post

The Classic Ergo ships to australia from their amazon site

Not interested in dealing with "Amazon", ever madsmiley.png .
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Not interested in dealing with "Amazon", ever madsmiley.png .

Poor you sir, AmaZon is the ish.
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Originally Posted by coldc0ffee View Post

The hype is about the new finalmouse with a shape similar to the fk1 ambidextrous design. To answer your question I'd go with the ec1. Way more deathadder shape with a great sensor like the finalmouse's. I've had both. However you could just wait until later this year when fm releases a new ergo shape that isn't actually an OEM shell.

Wait is fm actually making an ergo with its own shell???
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Wait is fm actually making an ergo with its own shell???

It was said that the new Ergo shape is 6 months or so away, most likely towards christmas.
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Originally Posted by falcon26 View Post

I just got the Final Mouse 2016. And while its a great mouse, that LED on the logo is super super bright compared to other mice with the LED logo in the same spot. Is there a way to turn it down?

 

FinalMouse makes mice with no software support so you can't do useful things like turn the LED off. They fail even more than Zowie:

 

  • Can't change polling rate
  • LED that can't be turned off because it's an esports LED
  • No access to 50 CPI increments
  • No adjustable LOD
  • No firmware updates

 

So congratulations for paying $70 for a cheap mouse that is deliberately expensive to make it seem "premium". After all it's an esports ultra gaming mouse with ultra esports technology for real gamers. Another business who does nothing but marketing spin and no innovation. Hell at least Zowie put some effort into changing polling rate and LOD just through button combinations something I wish others would do as well as providing software support for full sensor functionality.


Edited by Dreyka - 2/1/16 at 3:46am
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FinalMouse makes mice with no software support so you can't do useful things like turn the LED off. They fail even more than Zowie:
  • Can't change polling rate
  • LED that can't be turned off because it's an esports LED
  • No access to 50 CPI increments
  • No adjustable LOD
  • No firmware updates

So congratulations for paying $70 for a cheap mouse that is deliberately expensive to make it seem "premium". After all it's an esports ultra gaming mouse with ultra esports technology for real gamers. Another business who does nothing but marketing spin and no innovation. Hell at least Zowie put some effort into changing polling rate and LOD through button combinations.

That is unfortunately true, even if their shapes are nice. Anyone who denies this just lives in denial.
I personally care about the shape of the Tournament Ambi version. I'm not buying it but definitely interested to see the reviews to see if they actually improved anything since the Ergo models.
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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

Yeah dude, I had to wait more than 110 days.
I thought it was lost and I bought another one, and then both arrived with like 3 days difference. ***.

I might consider getting the ScreaM One just because of the ambi shape + 3360 + low-ish click latency.
But I'll wait for reviews and for a possible competitor, because I don't really feel like paying 77$ for it
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Still undecided about which mouse to get, the Zowie EC1-A/EC2-A or the FinalMouse 2016. I can't seem to find stock for the Zowies so I am now reconsidering the FM.

Is it worth the hype? I understand the the quality is not very good. What also concerns me is how comfortable would it be for a palm/claw grip (20 cm hands). Not interested in the new Tournament edition as I prefer ergo mice.
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