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post #11 of 19
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And how much does it weigh now? Could you share more pics please smile.gif

I removed actually everything that I dont need. Did not weigh it yet, but I would guess somewhere between 60 and 70 gramms, cause it is a bit lighter than the finalmouse classic ergo 2k15.









overview of the entire "trash" I removed: just noticed stuff like mouse wheel is already missing cause I removed that even before. Also the palm rest is re-attached.
post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by unplayed namer View Post

I removed actually everything that I dont need. Did not weigh it yet, but I would guess somewhere between 60 and 70 gramms, cause it is a bit lighter than the finalmouse classic ergo 2k15.









overview of the entire "trash" I removed: just noticed stuff like mouse wheel is already missing cause I removed that even before. Also the palm rest is re-attached.

Nice. Thx. And how much do you think it would weigh with 2 sidebuttons and the scrollwheel added onto what you have?
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post #13 of 19
I am not sure. But I will find out in the near future. I am planing to mod another one with some keyfeatures still available, cause this mouse is for fps only.
The most heavy thing is the mouse wheel, this can be replaced either by another leight-weight logitech wheel or you make a custom one yourself.

Overall I am aiming for 90 gramms with a wheel and side buttons.
post #14 of 19
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Does anyone know Best Buy's return policy? Can I take a mouse home and use it for a while and return if i do not like it?
post #15 of 19
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Does anyone know Best Buy's return policy? Can I take a mouse home and use it for a while and return if i do not like it?

I think it's a 15 day return policy. I've returned a mouse a few times and never had any problems.
post #16 of 19
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Does anyone know Best Buy's return policy? Can I take a mouse home and use it for a while and return if i do not like it?

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I think it's a 15 day return policy. I've returned a mouse a few times and never had any problems.

Yep, same here...no problems returning mice to Best Buy. thumb.gif

It's not unreasonable IMO. You just have to try a mouse to know if it's a good fit or not. They can't expect you to know that without using it.
post #17 of 19
Yeah it's 15 days. BB is great to try mice out w/o shipping hassles (pretty sure I've gained some notoriety for my abusive tactics), shame the selection is minimal. I'm currently trying out a Katar from there, which isn't bad shape-wise, actually.
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Thanks guys, and do they give store credit or cash?
post #19 of 19
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Thanks guys, and do they give store credit or cash?

I've done both exchanges and full returns no problem. thumb.gif
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