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post #1661 of 2273
When buttons have over travel it feels easier to press. When you get used to that over travel you end up pressing the buttons harder than you need to. So when you use a mouse without over travel your fingers will tire more quickly and/or they will hurt because you are pressing too hard due to habit.
post #1662 of 2273
Are you guys noticing any creaking when you press on the lighter gray part of the sides? I mean the parts closest to the USB port.

It doesn't bother me since I don't grip the mouse there but it makes me wonder why I paid 185€ for this level of quality rolleyes.gif Should I RMA?

Btw, mouse hasn't been abused of thrown in any possible way, I baby my peripherals as much as I can biggrin.gif
post #1663 of 2273
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Originally Posted by kse617 View Post

Are you guys noticing any creaking when you press on the lighter gray part of the sides? I mean the parts closest to the USB port.

It doesn't bother me since I don't grip the mouse there but it makes me wonder why I paid 185€ for this level of quality rolleyes.gif Should I RMA?

Btw, mouse hasn't been abused of thrown in any possible way, I baby my peripherals as much as I can biggrin.gif

No there is no creaking with mine.

I got mine since a few hours and hey Jesus this mouse earns an Oscar.

it isn't even a mouse anymore, it's rather pure technical art.

very nice and awesome outstanding product.thumb.gif

Now I am just waiting until this Beauty talks to me and says I Robot. hehe

great mouse, outstanding without a doubt.
Edited by mousefan - 6/14/16 at 5:30am
post #1664 of 2273
OK once more. Man this is no mouse this is art. this is now official the best mouse ever created ambidextrous I tried. and the model i got of the chaos spectrum is top notch and absolutely high Quality.

Excellent, just EXCELLENT. smile.gif

Ofcourse you can expect something for this high Price and I think the Price is a bit to high ot be honest, but the mouse itself is a simple masterpiece of modern science and work.
post #1665 of 2273
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Originally Posted by kse617 View Post

Are you guys noticing any creaking when you press on the lighter gray part of the sides? I mean the parts closest to the USB port.

It doesn't bother me since I don't grip the mouse there but it makes me wonder why I paid 185€ for this level of quality rolleyes.gif Should I RMA?

Btw, mouse hasn't been abused of thrown in any possible way, I baby my peripherals as much as I can biggrin.gif

I had two, one creaked, one did not. Didn't care either way though as never really grip the mouse that hard in use.
post #1666 of 2273
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Originally Posted by kse617 View Post

Are you guys noticing any creaking when you press on the lighter gray part of the sides? I mean the parts closest to the USB port.

It doesn't bother me since I don't grip the mouse there but it makes me wonder why I paid 185€ for this level of quality rolleyes.gif Should I RMA?

Btw, mouse hasn't been abused of thrown in any possible way, I baby my peripherals as much as I can biggrin.gif

Both sides of mine make creaking noises. It doesn't bother me either but it is a bit disappointing for a $150 mouse.
post #1667 of 2273
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Originally Posted by kciN View Post

Both sides of mine make creaking noises. It doesn't bother me either but it is a bit disappointing for a $150 mouse.

A bit disappointing ? That's not acceptable knowing the price tag of that "piece of art".
post #1668 of 2273
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Originally Posted by TUFinside View Post

A bit disappointing ? That's not acceptable knowing the price tag of that "piece of art".

I definitely wouldn't call it a "piece of art" lol. The only reason I haven't returned it yet is because I really like the wireless.
post #1669 of 2273
I can somewhat lessen the fatigue to my hand when switching from fingertip to claw grip, espeially when click-spamming. Still this is not optimal. How does the sensor compare to the Avago 3989 in the Deathadder Chroma or the widely used 3310?


Edited by ColinMacLaren - 6/15/16 at 2:41am
post #1670 of 2273
Those are all good sensors, which one you pick doesn't matter as much as finding a good shape. Just looking at your picture makes my hand hurt
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