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post #1 of 22
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I can't find any community reviews of this mousepad. I'm hoping to replace my qck which is getting old and dirty. I also read somewhere that the fury mousepad is a rebrand of the Qpad UC, is there any truth to this?
post #2 of 22
I have no idea if it's anything like a qpad but I used the hyperx for... a while now 6-8 months? I'm back on a QCK but overall I think the hyperx is better. I can't seem to get 'perfect' muscle memory on the qck no matter how much I try meanwhile on the hyperx it just comes to me naturally.

The only downside I have with the hyperx is after like 3 months of using a new one it begins to lose its 'euphoric' feel and just doesn't feel AS good. I've had 3 of them so far. If you're going to buy one make sure it's from amazon. Every hyperx I got from newegg had QC issues.. dunno if just unlucky but amazon always gave me a good one. Don't waste money on the XXL size - just get the large one

So if I were to rate it

hyperx 8/10
qck heavy 6/10
post #3 of 22
I also made the switch from a Qck Heavy to the Fury and I'm really happy. I wanted a pad that has a little more glide than the Qck and the Fury is perfect. It feels as durable as the Qck.
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post #4 of 22
kingston has a heat treated, satin feel, like a black puretrak talent/goliathus speed
qpad UC feels like a good old everglide titan, it is slighty rougher to the touch with low amounts of static friction.
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post #5 of 22
Fury is a slightly thicker G640. Bottom embossing same. Surface weave appears same, maybe a tad more glossy/satin. Base cell structure and durometer also very similar.
post #6 of 22
Honestly now that I have a fresh hyperx - I can say it's just simply better than the qck heavy in every way besides maybe lifespan. I'm going to see if I can take this pad up to a year before replacing it with the same thing. It's just the initial feel for the first week is pure euphoria then I always feel like it disappears
post #7 of 22
I just got one of these bad-boys, too. I'm coming from years and years of using a QCK+. It's definitely more "glidey" than the QCK. It doesn't stop as well as the QCK but much better than other mousepads that I've tried. After using a really old QCK which caused so much friction, I was able to use the HyperX Fury without much getting used to.
post #8 of 22
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I just bought one to replace my qck, and there is one issue that I have. The edges of the pad seems to be extremely sharp, and irritates my forearm a lot. Is there anyone else that has this issue?
post #9 of 22
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What kind of qc issues are you talking about?
post #10 of 22
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Originally Posted by pyrexshorts View Post

I just bought one to replace my qck, and there is one issue that I have. The edges of the pad seems to be extremely sharp, and irritates my forearm a lot. Is there anyone else that has this issue?

Yep. Fixed it by hanging a bit of the pad off the desk.
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