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post #421 of 934
I dont get all this fuss around rubber vs braid.. Just tape the thing to the side of your monitor and you are all set.
post #422 of 934
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Originally Posted by v0rtex-SI View Post

I dont get all this fuss around rubber vs braid.. Just tape the thing to the side of your monitor and you are all set.
Awesome, that's your preference. At least people have a choice. What may be not much of a fuss to you may be a fuss to others or vice versa. Doesn't mean you're right or wrong or if your opinion speaks for everyone.

Braided vs. rubbber, Omron vs. Huano, Zowie vs. SteelSeries..... on and on and on. It's good to have variety and choices. Right? thumb.gif
post #423 of 934
Of course having the choice is nice.. But some people are blowing this thing out of the water IMO switches, build quality, sensor etc are vastly more important IMO biggrin.gif
post #424 of 934
Does DM accept returns? These buttons are too stiff for me coming from an MX518 and more recently an EC2-A. The left one is especially stiff even compared to the right.
post #425 of 934
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

Does DM accept returns? These buttons are too stiff for me coming from an MX518 and more recently an EC2-A. The left one is especially stiff even compared to the right.

Yes, of course we accept returns. The policies differ for North America and Europe. Please, write to support@dreammachines.pl for EU and use the contact form on dreammachines.io for North America. If you are not sure of anything also feel free to PM us so we can direct your correctly.
post #426 of 934
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

Does DM accept returns? These buttons are too stiff for me coming from an MX518 and more recently an EC2-A. The left one is especially stiff even compared to the right.
What's odd is they don't have a customer support link on their website. Just a "Contact Us" link. I'd reach out. Might as well give it a shot.
post #427 of 934
Just got mine in, no issues with it. Like the clicks, feet, and coating.

Kinda thin for me up front, probably back to FK1+ eventually, but the light weight of these is quite nice.
Edited by frunction - 8/17/16 at 5:07pm
post #428 of 934
Hi,
I play with this mouse for a few days and I can reproach two things:
- The teeth of the wheel are not enough marked
- And the most important, I' m coming from a Sensei Raw and quality right and left buttons is worse, there is some backlash before feeling the stiffness of the click. I find quite annoying when you put your finger on the left and right buttons and the surface is not "hard". Moreover with sweating, your fingers slightly sticking and when you lift them you feel the surface lift with (that is very light but obvious, the Sensei clicks don't have any backlash)
I am also surprised that no one mentions this lack of quality (or so it is a defect of my mouse?)
I can see (with my eyes !) a little difference between the height for the left lick and the right click ...


Otherwise I would say it slides as well as Sensei Raw (once removed the film of feet ...), it is a bit lighter and is generally a little lower quality (plastic "lighter", clicks ... in my opinion). and it is less high (a bit).
It is not as good as Sensei Raw (except for the sensor ...)
And the price is the same !

It's not the mouse of my dream
post #429 of 934
Must be your mouse. I have Sensei Raw and it is an inferior mouse in every aspect except maybe scroll wheel.
post #430 of 934


Got mine today

I got the matte version and it's a bit smoother/slippery than a Mionix Castor and a bit less slippery than the Kone Military if anyone cares about the coating. Seems to attract quite a bit of sweat if your hands is sweaty.
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