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post #11 of 27
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I've found another option. since the goliathus control weave is pretty unique maybe that too would be pretty resilient to a sweaty palm / fingers? I've found the old one (which looks better than the new one by far) in a large size for fairly cheap. worth getting too?
post #12 of 27
I really want a zowie g tfx I think it's called. I don't know where to buy in us. But that control goliathus is my favorite. Would definitely try it
post #13 of 27
Artisan pad or Hiro. I have the Hiro and its very sweat resistant. I merely have to wipe it every now and then. My only gripe is the mousepad slides around when I move it fast which is why Im getting an Artisan Hayate Otsu. The embossing grip should solve my problems.
post #14 of 27
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currently can't find anywhere to buy the OTSU variation of the Artisan mouse pads. Probably because i'm in the UK. Do you have to order directly through their website?
post #15 of 27
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currently can't find anywhere to buy the OTSU variation of the Artisan mouse pads. Probably because i'm in the UK. Do you have to order directly through their website?
Yes. I'm pretty shure official UK resellers don't have artisan pads in stock, just as european sellers don't. Also almost every artisan pad is sweat resistant (to some degree) not just the otsu version.
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post #16 of 27
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looks like you can order from their website. not sure though :/

If i were to get the OTSU what should i go for - xsoft, soft or mid?

I'm coming from a QcK Heavy which was worn in, but now worn out in the middle due to durability issues (even when cleaning it!).
post #17 of 27
XSoft is, well, extra soft if you like the feel. It should be the same as QcK Heavy. I would personally go for mid when Artisan will release their XL size pads.
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post #18 of 27
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guessing mid is closer to a hard pad? maybe soft will be the middle ground smile.gif thanks for the info.
post #19 of 27
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guessing mid is closer to a hard pad? maybe soft will be the middle ground smile.gif thanks for the info.

i would go with XSOFT, it's then still not softer than a qck heavy.
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post #20 of 27
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guessing mid is closer to a hard pad? maybe soft will be the middle ground smile.gif thanks for the info.

Would avoid the Artisan Hayate if you're used to the QCK+ / Talent.... It's really fast, and offered me no real control compared to the cloth pads I have used. Center of massing people with the QCK+ and especially the Talent is quite easy, but not so much when you start using a pad that's as fast as a desk and also is fairly small. For the Hayate to have been viable for me, it would of needed to be much bigger because you had to use 20" / 360 just for it to feel right lol.

I guess if you're playing CS:GO it doesn't really matter that game doesn't require much aim, but if you're planning on getting into Quake Live, UT4, or whats left of competitive TF2 I'd stay far away from pads like this.
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