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post #101 of 108
You might just have crappy mouse skates, qck heavy really isn't that slow - and if you think thickness is a problem there's a qck+ ;P

I just find it to be reliable and more consistent than majority of competitors, plus the cheap cost and ease of access makes it easily replaceable every 12~ months
post #102 of 108
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You might just have crappy mouse skates, qck heavy really isn't that slow - and if you think thickness is a problem there's a qck+ ;P

I just find it to be reliable and more consistent than majority of competitors, plus the cheap cost and ease of access makes it easily replaceable every 12~ months

I've had Zowie EC1, EC2, ZA12, ZA11, so no crappy skates biggrin.gif
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post #103 of 108
Actually ... Zowie mice all have very thin feet and most of the time the plastic bottom are touchign the pads surface. That's why I began to double stack the feet on ALL my Zowie mice the moment I take one out of the box.
post #104 of 108
Welp I got the G-SR today and and it seems pretty high quality. The best way I can describe it is that it has the speed of a Glorious mousepad but more control. It seems faster than my QCK heavy and the rubber base seems to hold still. Currently using it with a g pro and so far I am liking the experience.
post #105 of 108
Any one using a Death Adder Elite with this GSR ? Trying to decide between gigsntus and the gsr.
post #106 of 108
Internet really makes me confused. People keep telling that this pad is smooth and durable but I found this review from a csgo player, and it makes me think again. Can someone confirm this after months of using? I'm using DA Elite.
post #107 of 108
Hi,

Is there any solution to make it less slippery on the desk?
I just have bought one of this fantastic pad, but it slips on my desk.
Or I just have to wait and it will "find" its place? smile.gif
post #108 of 108
Created an account just to post this: The "new" black version of Zowie G-SR is an absolute trash mousepad which gets too sticky with the slightest hint of humidity. The mousepad actually feels quite great out of the box, too bad it's unusable due to the huge variance in glide depending on humidity. Also the friction on the G-SR is a tad too heavy for my taste, I had real troubles doing micro adjustments due to this. Could be fine with lower sensitivities though. Tested with Logitech G303 and EC2-A (hyperglide mouse skates), g303 felt a bit better on this pad compared to EC2-A. This thread is filled with positive feedback, decided to chip in with mine if there are others who are just as picky with their mouse / mousepads as I am. It's still better than QcK+ though, however with 35 euros I was expecting more. Could Zowie G-SR Second Edition fix aforementioned problems? I actually like the feel of the pad once you get over the starting friction.

Any suggestions for alternative mouse pads? Currently I'm thinking about Xtrfy XGP1-L4, QcK Heavy (is the glide different from QcK+? Does it wear out as quickly?) or HyperX Fury Pro.
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