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post #71 of 77
just got this mouse today and will probably put some tape on the lower left side to straighten it out, has anyone else tried this yet? I tested it with a bit of card I had lying around and it was definitely feeling better with a flatter thumb area
post #72 of 77
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Originally Posted by phrax View Post

just got this mouse today and will probably put some tape on the lower left side to straighten it out, has anyone else tried this yet? I tested it with a bit of card I had lying around and it was definitely feeling better with a flatter thumb area

Nah it was kinda different at first, but i adjusted quickly.
post #73 of 77
To be honest, I wanted to love this mouse, but the sharp edge on the right side meant I couldn't rest my ring finger on the edge like I usually do, so I placed it on top of the mouse, essentially having 3 fingers on top and two on the sides. Felt fine till I got a cramp....then I had to shelve it.

Definitely a good Fingertip Grip mouse but for Palm and Claw Grips I'd recommend the Naos and Avior 7000 respectively.
post #74 of 77
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

To be honest, I wanted to love this mouse, but the sharp edge on the right side meant I couldn't rest my ring finger on the edge like I usually do, so I placed it on top of the mouse, essentially having 3 fingers on top and two on the sides. Felt fine till I got a cramp....then I had to shelve it.

Definitely a good Fingertip Grip mouse but for Palm and Claw Grips I'd recommend the Naos and Avior 7000 respectively.

Guess it just depends on how you grip then, it's perfectly fine for me, i have a meaty hand too.
post #75 of 77
What's your hand size? and could you explain how you hold your mouse?? it will help me alot thanks..
post #76 of 77
What's your hand size? and could you explain how you hold your mouse?? it will help me alo
post #77 of 77
I would say that this is not such a great mouse for finger tip / claw gripping if you have 17.5 or smaller hands. The coating I found (for dry skin) to be really bad.
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