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post #201 of 339
Dude is playing with a straw on his hand. I honestly have a shortage of words at this point.
post #202 of 339
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Dude is playing with a straw on his hand. I honestly have a shortage of words at this point.
All in the name of science
post #203 of 339
Watch this Mouse Bungee, I think it's the best.

COUGAR Bunker Gaming Mouse Bungee

post #204 of 339
is that your video? Your poor desktop lol

His mouse rock looks like it's holding the wire good too - I'm using the camade and haven't really needed a reason to switch yet - it fell apart once but just used some super glue to fix it
post #205 of 339
I use a paracord cable and a YoYo. biggrin.gif
post #206 of 339
I love the Quad rock now even more with ceesa cable biggrin.gif Just need to hold the cord in place, and the ceesa cable glides with ease.
post #207 of 339
I've been using a bass drum mic stand (with velcro tape to hold the mouse cord on to the boom arm) for almost 2 years now and it's great. Doesn't move anywhere because of the super weighted base and it's very adjustable to suit anyone's setup. Please excuse the gross ass pad, I'm looking to get a new one soon hopefully.



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post #208 of 339
You can wash the mouse pad. What works for me is, I let it soak face-down for a while in warm water with detergent and then rub it a bit with a wash-cloth. The cloth surface of the pad looks like new afterwards.
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You can wash the mouse pad. What works for me is, I let it soak face-down for a while in warm water with detergent and then rub it a bit with a wash-cloth. The cloth surface of the pad looks like new afterwards.
The dirtiness of the pad isn't why I'm going to replace it. It's too slow of a pad and thicker than I prefer these days.
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post #210 of 339
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I've been using a bass drum mic stand (with velcro tape to hold the mouse cord on to the boom arm) for almost 2 years now and it's great. Doesn't move anywhere because of the super weighted base and it's very adjustable to suit anyone's setup. Please excuse the gross ass pad, I'm looking to get a new one soon hopefully.




DAMN, that's GOOD thumb.gif .

Actually have an old Mic stand downstairs (remembered it having a Cast Iron base) packed away in the basement, now need to dig it up again.

Thanks for reminding me about this vital attachment. Not getting rid of my Mouse Rock as of yet just moving it aside to try out this new concept.
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