Originally Posted by pez
The glide it had on my QCK heavy was amazing, but unfortunately the extra feet are nearly a requirement because the back scrapes the mouse bad for swipes. Maybe my first one was a bit crazy, but it didn't seem like that was the case. The rear foot/feet just don't sit far enough back on the body. However, doubling up the feet might remedy this.
It's the same on Zowie FK1+, the feet stick out so little I can barely see it, it's like 0.2mm or something very very tiny. I guess companies want us to buy a new mouse when the feet are worn down after a year.
How come the rear feet are not rear enough? It seems like they are. What part is scratching precisely?
I think I will return my FK1+ because it is simply too small, still not wide enough, it has no ass, all buttons wobble which I didn't expect from such an expensive competitive oriented mouse. It's usable but really best suited for 20cm hand or smaller
Probably ideal for 18cm hand, which is Asians, women and children kind of hand size from my POV. Overall unsuitable for finger tip grip even for my hand due to weight distribution. Maybe some tiny hand can claw it or palm it, my classic hybrid grip works but mouse just feels too small and on the edge of causing problems in long term use.
Will try the XM300 and see if I can get one that is flaw free...
Do you put the higher white feet on top of the old ones or replace?Edited by JackCY - 8/6/16 at 6:08am