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I feel that mice below 85 g are too light and hinder performance. You can get used to it but it's gay.

I have used mice that are less than 90g for over 10 years. For me they are less fatiguing.

I used the DeathAdder for about a year and the EC for a few months. The DeathAdder caused me a lot of problems, especially in GO.

I prefer a light mouse with larger feet and a very smooth mouse pad. However, for cloth pads I like a light mouse with small feet.
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I have used mice that are less than 90g for over 10 years. For me they are less fatiguing.

I used the DeathAdder for about a year and the EC for a few months. The DeathAdder caused me a lot of problems, especially in GO.

I prefer a light mouse with larger feet and a very smooth mouse pad. However, for cloth pads I like a light mouse with small feet.

Yeah I prefer from 85-105. The less the better, but not less than 80. That's how I feel anyway.
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Given the price and minor issues cropping up I'll give this a miss till they're sorted/price drops.

In the meantime anyone know if there's a guide around for stripping weight from a 502 or know how much I could reduce it by? Might buy one to mess around with.
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Given the price and minor issues cropping up I'll give this a miss till they're sorted/price drops.

In the meantime anyone know if there's a guide around for stripping weight from a 502 or know how much I could reduce it by? Might buy one to mess around with.

Check the g502 'all pics in the thread' you should find some. It's not that difficult. You open it up and you'll see what you can take out.
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Given the price and minor issues cropping up I'll give this a miss till they're sorted/price drops.

In the meantime anyone know if there's a guide around for stripping weight from a 502 or know how much I could reduce it by? Might buy one to mess around with.

This is one example http://www.overclock.net/t/1479217/new-logitech-g502-proteus-core/3150#post_24967049
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Definitely a good start, thanks. I'll probably go a little further like removing the sniper button and those extra ones by the lmb, mouse wheel and cable also need to be changed.
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Definitely a good start, thanks. I'll probably go a little further like removing the sniper button and those extra ones by the lmb, mouse wheel and cable also need to be changed.

There is a guide here which shows how to replace the g502 scrollwheel with the g500 one, which is lighter. So you can have a fully functional wheel that weighs less.

http://blog.siddv.net/2014/09/logitech-g502-proteus-core-teardown.html
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i found that weight is not the issue for me, but shape and surface are. i am sure i could handle a 130+g mouse as long as i gripped it well. the issue for me with most bigger mouse is that i don't grip them well. for example the G400 and DA have bad shapes for my hand. the glossy sides on the DA didn't help either, and the the worn shell of my G400 is now slippery as well.
and for example the Zowie FK mice did not work for me either. they might be light, but i just couldn't grip it well. making it lighter wouldn't have helped i'm sure.
i'm not saying weight doesn't matter, but i'm convinced shape and surface(coating) are a lot more important..

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I plan on making small circle mouse feet for all my mice.

any tips? i mean, how do you make them?
i found it really difficult to work with such small objects. :-/
my last attempt turned out OK after i cut them -> sanded down -> sharpening steel (lol) to polish the feet. but man, was it tedious..
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i found that weight is not the issue for me, but shape and surface are. i am sure i could handle a 130+g mouse as long as i gripped it well. the issue for me with most bigger mouse is that i don't grip them well. for example the G400 and DA have bad shapes for my hand. the glossy sides on the DA didn't help either, and the the worn shell of my G400 is now slippery as well.
and for example the Zowie FK mice did not work for me either. they might be light, but i just couldn't grip it well. making it lighter wouldn't have helped i'm sure.
i'm not saying weight doesn't matter, but i'm convinced shape and surface(coating) are a lot more important..
any tips? i mean, how do you make them?
i found it really difficult to work with such small objects. :-/
my last attempt turned out OK after i cut them -> sanded down -> sharpening steel (lol) to polish the feet. but man, was it tedious..

I can also handle them, but after 5 min of fast flicking back and forth your hand gets freaking fatigued and it feels like you're flicking a brick. Depends though. Like DA Chroma is 100g but feels lighter and isn't heavy. Rival is OK but after a while starts to fatigue + feel bulky.
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There is a guide here which shows how to replace the g502 scrollwheel with the g500 one, which is lighter. So you can have a fully functional wheel that weighs less.

http://blog.siddv.net/2014/09/logitech-g502-proteus-core-teardown.html
Yeah I've seen that guide which is why I wanted to do these mods, don't have a G500 but plenty of other unused mice. I do have an old wireless VX Nano with a similar looking wheel but probably smaller.
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I can also handle them, but after 5 min of fast flicking back and forth your hand gets freaking fatigued and it feels like you're flicking a brick. Depends though. Like DA Chroma is 100g but feels lighter and isn't heavy. Rival is OK but after a while starts to fatigue + feel bulky.
This.

Had the same issue with the Rival, shape is OK and weight doesn't feel bad at first, but after several hours aches started to set in so I had to drop it. I didn't have that problem with my IME 3s which are also heavy so shape was the probable cause.
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