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post #11 of 17
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whoa, are you still talking about the mousepad?

up to you wink.gif grr

Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more devil-smiley-019.gif .
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by munchzilla View Post

oui madame!
I can pull it out and take a photo of it if you'd like... not sure if you could tell wear (or lack of) from it though.

dude, i'm a dude cheers.gif
picture won't be necessary, i think i'll get one anyway.


just got my Xtrfy GP3! compared to the Heaton Qpad:
has a bit more grit, has a bit more friction, it's a bit flatter.
http://i.imgur.com/2obIMkZ.jpg
left is Xtrfy, right is Qpad. super good picture.
Edited by Bucake - 6/1/16 at 7:02am
post #13 of 17
Razer Manticor by far. It's price reflects it's build quality

Other mousepads are built as wear and tear items, as items to be sold by sheer quantity - the finish quality of the Manticor just tells you that it was built the exact opposite

I got sick of replacing/wearing out mousepads as well. I was reluctant, but the Manticor is just in a different league in build quality. I'm so glad I'm done with the mousepad hopping game
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by exyia View Post

Razer Manticor by far. It's price reflects it's build quality

I got sick of replacing/wearing out mousepads as well. I was reluctant, but the Manticor is just in a different league in build quality. I'm so glad I'm done with the mousepad hopping game

Trusting you actually bought the later model Manticor rather than the earlier versions which had actually peeled, like sunburnt victims.
Edited by Elrick - 6/1/16 at 6:24pm
post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by kawaiikate View Post

For the past 5+ years I've been using the same mousepad and now I finally need a replacement. It was one of those frosted glass icemat2 or something from SteelSeries, which is no longer being sold, expect maybe on ebay with a huge price hike. I think the reason companies don't make mousepads this durable is pretty obvious lol. So now I'm in the market for a new mousepad and I've been out of the loop for too long and have no idea what's good. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

The only truly durable pad that I have used is glass. Have you seen @munchzilla's thread about a larger icemat replacement? http://www.overclock.net/t/1582536/icemat-v3-project-custom-glass-mousepad







The glass shops in my area weren't helpful so I wasn't able to get one made but you might get lucky where you live.
post #16 of 17
i couldn't find a lot of glass-shops here in my area. i went by a "major" one, but they told me they could not accomplish what i wanted. i showed them my I-1 glass pad as reference.
i kind of gave up there, felt like it'd be too much hassle trying to get something similar to the I-1 / I-2
post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

The only truly durable pad that I have used is glass. Have you seen @munchzilla's thread about a larger icemat replacement? http://www.overclock.net/t/1582536/icemat-v3-project-custom-glass-mousepad







The glass shops in my area weren't helpful so I wasn't able to get one made but you might get lucky where you live.

I still have this one, no signs of wear whatsoever, really nice, just a little thick for long-term use (discomfort) frown.gif
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