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post #2341 of 2813
The right click issue and the delay feel in the sensor is what made me put away my EC2A in favor of the FK1.
post #2342 of 2813
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Originally Posted by m4gg0t View Post

The right click issue and the delay feel in the sensor is what made me put away my EC2A in favor of the FK1.
It took (2) RMAs of EC2-As and taking it apart to lube up the buttons to actually get a clean clicky feeling for both main buttons. I'm still scratching my head on why the EC series is such a hot commodity. It's good, but in my experience, there are other alternatives that offer more and perform better (at least with my hand). Heck, I just went back to a G900 and I couldn't complain (as my wallet got lighter).
post #2343 of 2813
Yea i agree. I didn't really like my EC2A since the day I got it. I like my FK1 a lot more. I just think i cant use egonormic mice though the Castors is one of the best minus the click latency.
post #2344 of 2813
Mouse gets slippery after a while, not sure if anyone else has this problem but this solution works pretty sweet smile.gif

Together with Huano switches replaced with Omron and ultra thin cable from Orochi (De-braided as well) this mouse so sooo good wink.gif



post #2345 of 2813
^^Well that's one way of resolving the issue. Don't the stickers add a little weight? My hands rarely get hot enough where they're sweaty. I have notoriously dry hands. And what sucks about using my EC1-A is I literally have to lick my fingertips like a pitcher does before gripping a baseball every 5 minutes to get a firm grip on my mouse.
post #2346 of 2813
Just ordered an FK2 from Amazon. Something about the EC2-A's clicks just aren't sitting right with me. The right click feels crisp but the left click is a bit mushy and "thunks" rather than "clicks" when I press down. Drives me nuts. Am I in for a good experience despite the non-ergonomic shape?
post #2347 of 2813
I had the same issue with ny EC2A. My FK1 is much better both clicks feel good, only problem the scroll wheel feels like crap.
post #2348 of 2813
Nah
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

^^Well that's one way of resolving the issue. Don't the stickers add a little weight? My hands rarely get hot enough where they're sweaty. I have notoriously dry hands. And what sucks about using my EC1-A is I literally have to lick my fingertips like a pitcher does before gripping a baseball every 5 minutes to get a firm grip on my mouse.

Weight is no issue, I doubt they even weigh more than 1 gram each.

Im still trying to get ahold material width leas width, found some vinyl tape 0.125mm (vs 0.50mm)
Which im about to order.

I dont get it though, my problem is exactly opposite of others.
The dry hands on this mouse for me is great compared to when they get wet/oily.

I even use a fan to keep my hands cool but its not enough.
If this thin tape isnt satisfactory somehow, i could always inverse the pads and use it as coverage when i plan to sand paper the spots where my fingers land smile.gif

I think roughening up the surface could suffice, as the FK2 coating feels fine to me.
post #2349 of 2813
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Originally Posted by Jinto View Post

Just ordered an FK2 from Amazon. Something about the EC2-A's clicks just aren't sitting right with me. The right click feels crisp but the left click is a bit mushy and "thunks" rather than "clicks" when I press down. Drives me nuts. Am I in for a good experience despite the non-ergonomic shape?

I have the FK2, while its a solid mouse for a ambidex the right side buttons constantly ruined my gaming experience.
Such a distraction frown.gif

Just replace the huanos with omron switches and tbe EC2 is godly ^^
post #2350 of 2813
Sorry for posting here.
i bought a zowie fk2 today,what is the default polling rate ? 500 or 1000 hz ?
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