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post #21 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.

Silly question, but did you remove the tape/film on the feet?
post #22 of 26
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Silly question, but did you remove the tape/film on the feet?
I remember reading this in another thread. The instructions don't say this, and I can't seem to see any "tape/film" on my feet. Checking against with an unused one on the lid and I'm trying to "peel" something (using nails) and the only thing I've managed to do is peel off the foot.

EDIT(2): Yeah, even trying to "peel" something off an extra foot as well. There is no "plastic" or 'film" on top at all. Are you sure that's not only on a specific or older version?
Edited by ball2hi - 1/31/16 at 2:49pm
post #23 of 26
Got them about a month ago, so I imagine they can't be super old.
post #24 of 26
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Got them about a month ago, so I imagine they can't be super old.
Then idk what's up. I just messed up one trying to peel some plastic off the bottom lol. I even started crunching it up to see if I can get something but there is absolutely nothing there.
post #25 of 26
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Got them about a month ago, so I imagine they can't be super old.

Nothing, no plastic. I tore through it, bent it, scratched it. There is no plastic/flim strip that I need to take off before use. There are the small ones though, not the full replacements.
post #26 of 26
Ah that might be it. I yanked off the original feet and put the hotline ones on.
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