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post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by Cloudy View Post

Part of the reason why I want to replace it is it being a major dirt magnet.

As long as you're using a cloth pad it's going to collect a bit of dust, skin, and dirt. I've been using a QcK Mass for 5 years now, it hasn't frayed at all and gets cleaned about every 6 months from dust.
I was looking for a new pad last week, I ordered another QcK Mass for $9 since it's served me very well over the years.

There are other thick pads like ours such as the....
-Razer Goliathus
-Artisan
-PureTrak Talent
-Glorious XL
-Sentey
post #12 of 20
http://www.amazon.com/Zowie-Gear-Large-Gaming-G-SR/dp/B00T56XWZU

480 x 400 x 3.5 mm / 18.9 x 15.7 x 0.14 inch

I have the steelseries qck I just measured the thickness and it comes out to 6mm. VS above 3.5mm.
post #13 of 20
Don't know why people worry so much about trying to find some magical pad that's going to last them a decade. $10-20 once a year for a QcK + or Heavy. Throw the old pad out. Done deal.
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post #14 of 20
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Don't know why people worry so much about trying to find some magical pad that's going to last them a decade. $10-20 once a year for a QcK + or Heavy. Throw the old pad out. Done deal.
Not looking for the world's most durable mouse pad or anything. Just trying to find something that gives me a little more stop and doesn't make me consider busting out a lint roller on it every week.
post #15 of 20
I've heard a number of people around these forums recommending the Cougar Control pad for users who like high friction. I haven't tried it personally, but you may want to look into it.
post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by Oh wow Secret Cow View Post

I've heard a number of people around these forums recommending the Cougar Control pad for users who like high friction. I haven't tried it personally, but you may want to look into it.
I like that Control , the Buildquality isnt good ( bad cutted sides ) , but the Price is low too , so it's OK for me ...
post #17 of 20
did u try washing ur heavy
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post #18 of 20
Roccat Taito control i guess. All the reviews point to it being TOO rough.
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by MLJS54 View Post

Don't know why people worry so much about trying to find some magical pad that's going to last them a decade. $10-20 once a year for a QcK + or Heavy. Throw the old pad out. Done deal.

I'm about every 6 months for mine. Tried washing and its not the same as a box fresh. Always recycle the old ones though for strange usages.
post #20 of 20
After buying like 40 mousepads I decided to stop and go back to basics smile.gif
Been using QCK+ Heavy and just buying a new one now and then. They are so cheap it's like whatever smile.gif

Way cheaper then trying every new mousepad out there for sure wink.gif Although I have the new Zowie gtf-x pad inc when it's released here in october.
But I am happy with QCK+ Heavy to be honest, glide is decent, feel is good smile.gif
I do hate the Logo in left corner, I need to turn the pad upside down which looks stupid. But cannot use it with a logo in the lower left corner.
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