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post #11 of 21
cant say i've experienced that. maybe it had something to do with your mouse feet
post #12 of 21
I can definitely say the Glorious XL is a damn good pad.

The surface is smooth, similar to the Puretrak Talent, not at all rough like the Goliathus. The edges are stitched up to prevent fraying, the rubber base is firm but not too hard, it feels just right. Plus, it's a black pad, and with a little work you can get clean black mouse pad. Honestly this is my favorite pad so far, I'm not tempted to try anything else.
post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

I can definitely say the Glorious XL is a damn good pad.

The surface is smooth, similar to the Puretrak Talent, not at all rough like the Goliathus. The edges are stitched up to prevent fraying, the rubber base is firm but not too hard, it feels just right. Plus, it's a black pad, and with a little work you can get clean black mouse pad. Honestly this is my favorite pad so far, I'm not tempted to try anything else.

I agree, especially after they fixed the few issues they had with the refresh. It's very solid with great size as well(giggity), & has taken over as my main pad.
post #14 of 21
I am so glad to read this post. I ordered a Glorious XL and it should be here any minute (or hour) and I LOVE the puretrack Talent so yea, so glad this mat is coming today.
post #15 of 21
Yea it's literally the best pad I've had thus far, the Talent came in black but doesn't have the stitched edges and was a little uneven. And after having this pad I don't see any good reason to buy a G-SR or a Hayate.
post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

with a little work you can get clean black mouse pad

do tell.
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by SeanyC View Post

do tell.
I'm curious too, it seems every cleaning method will sacrifice the original grittiness/texture.
post #18 of 21
The pad is machine washable, really you could put in a sink a rub it away, rub it with alcohol, or try heating up the logo so the glue comes off and it just peels away.
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

I'm curious too, it seems every cleaning method will sacrifice the original grittiness/texture.

If you want more control usually washing will help remove the speed of a pad. So could be a good or a bad depending on what glide you're going for.
post #20 of 21
Can you recommend any mousepads (except hardpads) which have absolutely no smell? I am a bit sensitive to the smell of the mousepads. Also faster=better for me. But unfortunatly hardpads are not very comfortable. for sweaty palms.
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