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EU customers are getting the shaft because of DHL

paid like 38 euros for the mouse itself + 25 for terrible shipping service, it has been 11 days since payment and I'll be receiving the package on Monday ( or Tuesday who knows :@ )
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post #482 of 934
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Originally Posted by SoFGR View Post

EU customers are getting the shaft because of DHL

paid like 38 euros for the mouse itself + 25 for terrible shipping service, it has been 11 days since payment and I'll be receiving the package on Monday ( or Tuesday who knows :@ )
I used to work for DHL as a payroll clerk in the U.S. I have to say, their lame attempts at domestic logistics (they bought out a decent logistics company called 'Airborne Express' and thought they could compete with FedEx and UPS, they overestimated their capabilities) was worse than its international logistics. I can only imagine what shenanigans go on overseas with DHL.
post #483 of 934
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Did you gave up on the perfect mouse dream?

No...I am just not feeling it I guess? lol

I still have high praises for DM.
post #484 of 934
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isn't the Mx300/G100s/G pro an update to the G1 shape? With a little more width and height?

MX300 came first, so the other mice would be a modified version of the MX300 although G1 has exact dimensions
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MX300 came first, so the other mice would be a modified version of the MX300 although G1 has exact dimensions

damn it man, that's what I meant to write. That's what happens when you don't proof read, I totally screwed that up. lol
post #486 of 934
Fixed my squeaking LMB through sanding the middle black plastic island down (where it touches the LMB) as it was catching when fully actuated. Quite happy with the result, didn't have to RMA it (not that I could now lol).

Putting the shell on the base without screwing it in yields a looser click compared to when screwed in, bear that in mind if you're thinking of doing a similar primitive mod to fix the issue.

Furthermore, I had some spare Zowie mousefeet I cut up in order to try and layer both switches and reduce the actuation distance, it worked beautifully until putting the screws, so no doubt a thinner surface is needed to do this
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Furthermore, I had some spare Zowie mousefeet I cut up in order to try and layer both switches and reduce the actuation distance, it worked beautifully until putting the screws, so no doubt a thinner surface is needed to do this
Why would you actually use mousefeet for this? they're too thick for sure, but also too soft to get a crispy feedback, you'd better get a plastic packaging and cut a piece, even a <0.1 mm layer might be a big deal. I made this way my LBM in zowie ec-a as soft as DA clicks.
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Why would you actually use mousefeet for this? they're too thick for sure, but also too soft to get a crispy feedback, you'd better get a plastic packaging and cut a piece, even a <0.1 mm layer might be a big deal. I made this way my LBM in zowie ec-a as soft as DA clicks.

Didn't have anything more appropriate lying around and thought I'd see if it would work. Thinking about it, it was a bit of a stupid idea but was worth a shot while I was already poking about down there.
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Im using this mouse since 16 Aug and i realised that right mouse click is rattling and its more stiff than the left mouse click. Do you guys have the same problem?

@Jonny321321 @Athrutep watch this guys.
Edited by ayktekc - 8/19/16 at 1:40pm
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Im using this mouse since 16 Aug and i realised that right mouse click is rattling and its more stiff than the left mouse click. Do you guys have the same problem?

@Jonny321321 @Athrutep watch this guys.

I had that same problem on the LMB instead. I imagine it's similarly fixed by either RMAing it and getting a new unit or filing down the part of the RMB which interacts with the black plastic island (in the centre).


EDIT: Replacing it might not guarantee anything, it seems to be a common issue (though the severity varies)

And yeah the RMB is nice, LMB shoddy.
Edited by Jonny321321 - 8/20/16 at 3:17am
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