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Recommendations on a (very) large soft mouse please

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Playing a bit of UT4 recently and I'm finding I'm running out of room on my QcK Heavy and the texture of the pad is causing a bit too much friction with my forearm. Hence, I'm looking a new mouse mat that is:

  • At least 55 cm wide. (Assuming probably a deskpad.)
  • A maximum of 40cm length, preferably 38cm.
  • Softer than a QcK Heavy.
  • Cloth or a plastic/cloth hybrid.
  • 2mm - 3mm thick.

Thanks.
Edited by Ruvan - 10/27/15 at 4:42pm
post #2 of 6
You could always get a Corepad deskpad and then cut it in half so you get two very large mouse pads.
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Originally Posted by 7Teku View Post

You could always get a Corepad deskpad and then cut it in half so you get two very large mouse pads.

They don't seem to sell Corepad Deskpad in the UK. Don't feel like getting it shipped over either (expense + time).
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I live in the US and the shipping wasn't that expensive and it didn't take very long to get here.

Xtrac pads could also be an option.
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post #5 of 6
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Picked one. Overestimated the amount of additional space I actually need. Going for GTF-X.
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If you have big mouse skates you should go for the gtf-x (I've used gtf-speed)
You can also take a look on glorious pads....I find it the perfect mouse pad...it's similar to goliathus speed, not so smooth as qck, and they have really good price.
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