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post #11 of 26
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Is it normal for them to take so long to begin shipping? I ordered 6 days ago and haven't received an e-mail regarding them shipping yet.
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Is it normal for them to take so long to begin shipping? I ordered 6 days ago and haven't received an e-mail regarding them shipping yet.
I never got an email but still received the letter.
post #13 of 26
I used tiger gaming mouse feet once and didn't really care for them. I'd just e-mail support and see if you can get an original pair. The only 3rd party I ever used with success was hyperglides
post #14 of 26
Just an update I got the competition skates and it definitely tracks much smoother than vs stock. Glad I spent the few bucks I did on these suckers (would recommend) smile.gif
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I've had mine for a while. Unfortunately my first pair (of 4 sets) withered down to really hard friction within 2(?) weeks? I'm not sure if I just got unlucky there or something but that's a pretty short time span. Definitely moves smoother though, but my mousepad in general just might be crap.
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I've had mine for a while. Unfortunately my first pair (of 4 sets) withered down to really hard friction within 2(?) weeks? I'm not sure if I just got unlucky there or something but that's a pretty short time span. Definitely moves smoother though, but my mousepad in general just might be crap.

Jesus christ, what kind of pad do you use? Mine are still going strong.
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I've had mine for a while. Unfortunately my first pair (of 4 sets) withered down to really hard friction within 2(?) weeks? I'm not sure if I just got unlucky there or something but that's a pretty short time span. Definitely moves smoother though, but my mousepad in general just might be crap.

Wore out in 2 weeks?! I'd have been hitting up Logitech support for a new 502. Logitech is very easy to work with for replacements.
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I've had mine for a while. Unfortunately my first pair (of 4 sets) withered down to really hard friction within 2(?) weeks? I'm not sure if I just got unlucky there or something but that's a pretty short time span. Definitely moves smoother though, but my mousepad in general just might be crap.

Wore out in 2 weeks?! I'd have been hitting up Logitech support for a new 502. Logitech is very easy to work with for replacements.
Think he means the Hotline Games ones, I could be wrong though. The original G502 feet are absolutely horrendous.
post #19 of 26
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003DZ16X4?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

I have this tape and find it is very good at improving mouse glide. The glide it offers is very fast and makes my QCK feel quick - almost too quick! Good for tracking targets using the lightning gun in a game like quake but it can make railing more difficult as you give up some of the stopping power. The tape is very thin and good for cloth pads. When used on hard or bumpy mouse surfaces it would need to be replaced often as it wears fast. The tape linked above is also only 0.5 inches in width and only suited to smaller mouse feet (e.g. deathadder or intellimouse explorer 3 sized feet). I find I cannot layer the tape over large mouse feet (tried this on the Castor) as it causes the tape to drag on the mouse pad when moving the mouse in the opposite direction to the direction the tape has been applied.

There is a 1 inch version of the tape (more expensive) and some rounded mouse feet which I have not tried.

http://www.amazon.com/CS-Hyde-Conformable-Silicone-Adhesive/dp/B000REJN48/ref=sr_1_2?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1454123703&sr=1-2&keywords=CS+Hyde+Conformable+PTFE+Tape+With+Silicone+Adhesive%2C+Brown+1+inch

http://www.amazon.com/CS-Hyde-Extended-Mouse-Diameter/dp/B003DZ16XE/ref=pd_sim_328_8?ie=UTF8&dpID=31AeApb191L&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_&refRID=1WWK6APMYT98N3113N16

I'm using Hyperglides at the moment - not as quick as the mouse tape linked above but still quick on my QCK and I can also aim well enough using rail gun.
post #20 of 26
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Jesus christ, what kind of pad do you use? Mine are still going strong.
I use a steelseries cloth pad but I've had this thing for almost a year+ by now. I'm also kind of baffled at how long they lasted. The feet weren't smooth at all, but rough and I could feel it causing friction rather than smoothness.
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