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post #1391 of 1872
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Originally Posted by deewe View Post

Got ZA13 today, scroll wheel was rattling so much that i could hear it easily when i moved the mouse. I opened and put some cleartape around those "legs" that are securing the wheel in place, that fixed it smile.gif
Im really digging the shape of ZA13 and the coating is amazing for my hands. thumb.gif
Glad to hear that. my ZA12 was a bit too big for me, so returning it to get ZA13. It is a great mouse I must say. Also the feet are much better than on EC-A series.
post #1392 of 1872
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Originally Posted by AyeOkay View Post

Are there any aftermarket mouse feet for the ZA13?

email hyperglides and bug them to make ZA13 feet. I did and no reply. I don't think there's any (decent) aftermarket feet for the ZA13. Don't listen to the silly people here who tell you to cut up bigger feet for them to fit.

Just use HyperGlide IE 3.0 feet and stick them in the same position as I have done on previous IE 3.0s in the past cheers.gif .
post #1393 of 1872
I highly recommend this mouse to anyone with the caveats being the shape and size selection which is highly subjective so depends on your personal preferences. Zowie have done an outstanding job with their implementation of the 3310 sensor. This mouse and the Deathadder 3.5G Black Edition were my favorites so were my daily drivers until I got a mouse with the 3366 sensor (G303). I can easily and happily live with this mouse from here on if I didn't get used to the G303.

I specifically have the ZA13 which I actually think is a tad too small for my tastes and I have small to medium hands. Although, it must be said that I don't have issues playing with larger mice that I own such as the IE 3.0 and Deathadders so take that as you will.

Awesome mouse.
post #1394 of 1872
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Originally Posted by wmoftw View Post

email hyperglides and bug them to make ZA13 feet. I did and no reply. I don't think there's any (decent) aftermarket feet for the ZA13. Don't listen to the silly people here who tell you to cut up bigger feet for them to fit.

I emailed them and got a response "not soon". Meh.
post #1395 of 1872
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Originally Posted by AyeOkay View Post

Are there any aftermarket mouse feet for the ZA13?

If you're up for a little bit of DIY, get the Hotline Gaming feets: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hotline-Games-Zowie-AM-FK-Mouse-Feet-0-18mm-0-5mm-/111314116065?var=&hash=item5f881c39e7

Then trim about 2mm or so of the edges. It's a little bit of a hassle, but I did do it with my extra feets that I got for my ZA12 and applied it to the ZA13.
This is currently the best alternative other than waiting for Hyperglide, which could be... never?
post #1396 of 1872
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Originally Posted by AyeOkay View Post

I emailed them and got a response "not soon". Meh.

at least you got a reply, I never did. Looks like the best that's available is replacement zowie mouse feet.

I might buy a ZA12 and dremel out some inside plastic to drop the weight, just so I can get hyperglides.
post #1397 of 1872
These days i'm using the kinzu v3 and i have to say is definetely more balanced than za13 mouse which is very similar to. Hump and shape wise the kinzu is better the only thing i regret is the space in the end to put the ring finger that is just too small on the kinzu, and obviously sensor,button switches and mwheel are all much better on za13. If zowie make a smaller version of fk or ec2 it would be perfect to have 117 mm lenght it feels just much better to claw.
post #1398 of 1872
My ZA12 seems to track on its own. I'm using a 4hd mouspad and after I stop the mouse the cursor just keeps moving sometimes. Anybody else experience this? Is this because I didn't adjust the LOD for a hard pad? I'm guessing I'm going to need to put in for a replacement through amazon. Love the mouse otherwise.
Edited by bern43 - 10/22/15 at 7:58pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4770K at 4.4 (delidded) Asus Maximus VI Extreme EVGA 980ti SC X2 G.Skill Trident 2400 (2 X 8) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 830 256 GB SSD, Sandisk Extreme Pro 480... LG Blu-Ray Heatkiller CPU Rev4.0 Ni-BL; Aquacomputer Kyrog... Windows 10 Pro 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Dell U2713HM Filco Majestouch 2 Tenkeyless Corsair AX1200i Case Labs SM8 
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post #1399 of 1872
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My ZA12 seems to track on its own. I'm using a 4hd mouspad and after I stop the mouse the cursor just keeps moving sometimes. Anybody else experience this? Is this because I didn't adjust the LOD for a hard pad?
Try to adjust the LOD then. Things that come to my mind:
  • Acceleration on in Windows/game?
  • Monitor lag?
  • Hair/something got into the sensor?
post #1400 of 1872
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Originally Posted by Zares View Post

Try to adjust the LOD then. Things that come to my mind:
  • Acceleration on in Windows/game?
  • Monitor lag?
  • Hair/something got into the sensor?


I use the Zowie G-SR with my ZA11. Do I need to adjust the LoD at all?
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