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Zowie G-SR vs Glorious XL Heavy

post #1 of 10
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Anyone who owns these two mousepads, can you tell me the differences as well as pros and cons of each? I'm thinking about getting a mousepad to replace my QCK and I'm between these two.
post #2 of 10
I have both and they're both pretty good. The GS-R is fast glide but stop/start of mouse movement is kind of "sticky". The Glorious has a better stop/start but a slower glide. The GS-R definitely has the better base and edges (and should considering cost). I like the Glorious more, feels very consistent and in control. The only thing they could improve is possibly the packaging because if it was squashed in storage will have ridges that are hard to get out.


QCK+ and Heavy I still really like, they just wear out too fast.
Edited by frunction - 6/24/16 at 1:35am
post #3 of 10
I like my Glorious over my G-SR. The G-SR has one of the best rubber bases of any mousepad I've ever used but the surface isn't slick enough to my liking. The Glorious has a surface that has become my favorite since it's slick and fast but not out of control.
post #4 of 10
If G-SR isent slick enough, get the GTF-X?
post #5 of 10
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If G-SR isent slick enough, get the GTF-X?

They're very different mouse pads
post #6 of 10
Well GTF-X is very good!
Ive had QCK+, QCK Heavy, Xtrfy crap and GTF-X is by far the bestest
post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

If G-SR isent slick enough, get the GTF-X?
I have both the G-SR and G-TFX. The Glorious is still my favorite.
post #8 of 10
I'm curious how glorious is but the QCK heavy is so reliable to me that I can't find reason to change it :/
post #9 of 10
Is the glorious closer to the gs-r or qck?
post #10 of 10
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

I have both and they're both pretty good. The GS-R is fast glide but stop/start of mouse movement is kind of "sticky". The Glorious has a better stop/start but a slower glide. The GS-R definitely has the better base and edges (and should considering cost). I like the Glorious more, feels very consistent and in control. The only thing they could improve is possibly the packaging because if it was squashed in storage will have ridges that are hard to get out.


QCK+ and Heavy I still really like, they just wear out too fast.

I heard that the g-sr has a very consistent texture throughout. One of the problems I have with my qck is how inconsistent the surface is across the pad. It feels hilly and rough at some points. Is the glorious better in this regard than the qck?
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