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post #1991 of 2073
My white revel's clicks feel fine, the only things I don't really like about the revel are that the main buttons are pretty loud, the side buttons feel super cheap and are starting to squeak a bit and the mouse wheel makes more sound scrolling up than it does down, again kinda like squeaking?

The main mouse buttons to me just feel slightly mushy and stiff to click like my EC1-A which I actually like over my G Pro hair trigger clicks; different strokes I guess.
post #1992 of 2073
^ I agree. I bought 2 Revels and both had long pre travel main buttons. It was hard to play scout/sniper in TF2. Scream One has better clicks imo.
post #1993 of 2073
Yeah, the clicks of my G403 are what won me over the Revel. Considering I got most of my G403s for $35 on BF, it was only a small premium over the $30 of the revel. I still like the revel shape better though.
post #1994 of 2073
@ncck
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This is for peter - basically you can see the cursor is either not responding or lagged - and then you can see the clicks not registering with the start menu....

I have the same issue every time I start the pc up, left/right click don't register.
post #1995 of 2073
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My white revel's clicks feel fine, the only things I don't really like about the revel are that the main buttons are pretty loud, the side buttons feel super cheap and are starting to squeak a bit and the mouse wheel makes more sound scrolling up than it does down, again kinda like squeaking?

The main mouse buttons to me just feel slightly mushy and stiff to click like my EC1-A which I actually like over my G Pro hair trigger clicks; different strokes I guess.

Maybe it's just my copy, but the clicks are fine IMO. I despise Huano switches (despite gaming on an EC2-A for almost a year and finally throwing in the towel on that mouse) and I always game with headphones so the 'sound' that the buttons make have no effect on how well I aim and play with the Revel. And I returned my FM Scream 1 because a) That price, oh that price b) the switches are lot stiffer than the usual Omron switches.
post #1996 of 2073
Well there's no doubt there are better clicking mice out there, but for me it's still my daily driver. Performance and shape are the 2 most important factors for me and the Revel ticks both boxes the best out of all options.

Choosing a mouse is always aching to making compromises imo, but atm the G Pro & Revel stick out as the 2 that need the least amount of compromises from me.
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post #1997 of 2073
We are all different on what we can accept.
I cannot accept the horrible pre travel, mushy and loud clicks on the m1,m2.
And the side buttons are the worst I ever used outside EC series and Intellimouse.

And for someone that use the sidebutton all the time when gaming it is just way to garbage to accept.

But ye, shape, weight, coating is top notch. Just wish they would develop better buttons in the same shape,coating,weight then it would be a winner.
It is also short which made it perfect, the sensei shape is too long for my hands.
post #1998 of 2073
I swear my side buttons on the Revel are hair trigger. I may have one of the few produced like that. tongue.gif

In the meantime I'm still thinking of ways to make the clicks better. Maybe if I heat the bending point a little and swap switches.
post #1999 of 2073


filed the bottom and stuck some ec1 hyperglides and the glide feels amazing.

Now to somehow fix mouse 1&2 and have the best mouse in the world.
post #2000 of 2073
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We are all different on what we can accept.
I cannot accept the horrible pre travel, mushy and loud clicks on the m1,m2.
And the side buttons are the worst I ever used outside EC series and Intellimouse.

And for someone that use the sidebutton all the time when gaming it is just way to garbage to accept.

But ye, shape, weight, coating is top notch. Just wish they would develop better buttons in the same shape,coating,weight then it would be a winner.
It is also short which made it perfect, the sensei shape is too long for my hands.

What's the cause for these mushy side buttons? The actual shell of the mouse? I hate high pre-travel and mushy clicks too. Don't understand why some mice have these horrible side buttons. Is this a QC issue or do all Revels have this?
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