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post #751 of 756
i've been using this mouse for a couple weeks now. I'm pretty light on it but i'm getting the sticky sensation as well on my left click. I'm not sure what it is, if the mouse button is flexing and making it feel weird or what, but it's definitely not a good feeling. Feels like the mouse button doesn't pop up right away...

Nothing much I can do since I replaced the stiff rope with a ceesa cable...
post #752 of 756
How is the QC of this mouse these days? I want to get one but this thread is making me hesitate
post #753 of 756
Finally went ahead and trimmed the left click button with some short shears in front and on the side that contacts the plastic surrounding the middle click button. No more sticky left click issues.

post #754 of 756
I got a copy that had mushy buttons, but with some tape underneath they are crisp and working perfectly.
Also modded with my self made paracord cable - really a good mouse when "fine tuned" a little.

post #755 of 756
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Originally Posted by ADcombat View Post

Hello everyone, im sorry if im retarded but i just noticed after testing my old mices that this mouse is WAAAAY faster.

DM1 PRO S - 1.7 sens = 2.2 sens on my FK or EC2-a.

Is this normal ?

I have had 2 of these mice and both of them had issues with sensor's lense, there is too much space for the lense to move around causing inconsistency in cpi. You can see small crack closing between top and bottom -shell when squeesing the mouse, that crack shouldn't be there in the first place.

Actually the lense is supposed to be attached on the sensor with molded plastics but at least on both of my units those plastics couldn't hold the lense in place completelly so the excessive space in the cracked shell let lense to dislocate. Pressing shell caused lense to go back and stay at correct position for a moment on one of the 2 mice..

Also there has been rare disconnection problems with my mouse but that problem could be related to my PC usb giving incorrect voltage and eventually frying the mouse over time. Yet I haven't experienced that problem with any other mice I've had. Maybe lacking some internal voltage control chip or something..

All in all: A good mouse with a bad build quality..

If you are lucky and get a good unit or if you are able to correct some quality problems yourself, this could be a mouse for you..
post #756 of 756
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jonagold View Post

I have had 2 of these mice and both of them had issues with sensor's lense, there is too much space for the lense to move around causing inconsistency in cpi. You can see small crack closing between top and bottom -shell when squeesing the mouse, that crack shouldn't be there in the first place.

Actually the lense is supposed to be attached on the sensor with molded plastics but at least on both of my units those plastics couldn't hold the lense in place completelly so the excessive space in the cracked shell let lense to dislocate. Pressing shell caused lense to go back and stay at correct position for a moment on one of the 2 mice..

Also there has been rare disconnection problems with my mouse but that problem could be related to my PC usb giving incorrect voltage and eventually frying the mouse over time. Yet I haven't experienced that problem with any other mice I've had. Maybe lacking some internal voltage control chip or something..

All in all: A good mouse with a bad build quality..

If you are lucky and get a good unit or if you are able to correct some quality problems yourself, this could be a mouse for you..

Very interesting find, I have this mouse and notice inconsistent sensitivity ingame but I'm uncertain of the cause. Can you take picture of make video of your finding?
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