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post #441 of 2434
@Arizonian - I agree with you! I'm one of those freaks who have half a dozen different gaming mice, a couple of mechanical keyboards and a few PC gaming rigs. My go to mouse has been either my G303 or G900. Even at $39.99, the Revel just sorta made me go back to my DM1 Pro (non-S version - ha ha). Sure, they're both 'budget' mice, but sometimes it's gems like these that help you aim a lot better in quick paced FPS games. My cheapest feeling mouse (yet cost me $59.99) has been my DeathAdder Chroma. Feels dirt cheap but I can sure aim well with it. If there's anything about the Revel that I actually thought was a bother, it involved the M1 and M2 buttons. I think the 3360 sensor implementation is pretty decent. To be honest, I couldn't tell the difference between the 3360, the 3310 and 3366 (placebo effect maybe?). But if a company is going to slap around well known manufacturer names for switches (like Omron) at least implement them properly. With that, I'm looking forward to my DM1 Pro S to come in the mail. I actually got that mouse for FREE!
post #442 of 2434
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its plastic is outright from dvd box.

i know with this price kinda justifies the build quality but i expected something a little bit better.

it's the mouse with the worst build quality i've ever owned. (much worse than Kinzu 2/3 definitely worse than flimsy WMO)


After taking it apart, the shell plastic is like any other light weight mouse I've disassembled, so I wouldn't say that's a problem.

Trying different things, the preload/loose feeling comes from a little too much space between the top/bottom shell imo. If you apply pressure just behind the side buttons, the click will feel normal.
Edited by frunction - 8/8/16 at 8:14am
post #443 of 2434
About the skates: Sensei skates and Kinzu/Kana skates are different. Skates for Kinzu and Kana are similar, and are smaller than any Sensei skates.

Sensei skates will work on the DM1 Pro S.

Kinzu/Kana skates might work on the Revel, but someone needs to tangibly confirm this.
post #444 of 2434
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About the skates: Sensei skates and Kinzu/Kana skates are different. Skates for Kinzu and Kana are similar, and are smaller than any Sensei skates.

Sensei skates will work on the DM1 Pro S.

Kinzu/Kana skates might work on the Revel, but someone needs to tangibly confirm this.

Kinzu skates are too large to fit on the Revel.
    
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Kinzu skates are too large to fit on the Revel.

If anything they are too small, but i think they would sort of work. I've used kinzu hyperglides on my old sensei before.
post #446 of 2434
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If anything they are too small, but i think they would sort of work. I've used kinzu hyperglides on my old sensei before.

The Revel has tiny feet, the top feet on the Revel are much smaller than the feet on my Kinzu.
    
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I just replaced the stock mousefeet with some hyperglides MS-3 and now the tracking is all messed up. The mouse doesn't track small movements at all, on top of that when I swipe my mouse left in CSGO, the crosshair shoots up and vice versa.
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I just replaced the stock mousefeet with some hyperglides MS-3 and now the tracking is all messed up. The mouse doesn't track small movements at all, on top of that when I swipe my mouse left in CSGO, the crosshair shoots up and vice versa.

3360 has very low native LOD. You didn't do something weird like put the hyperglides on top of the Revel's mousefeet, did you? There shouldn't be that much difference width-wise between the hyperglides and the original mousefeet the Revel came with, I'd think.
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I just replaced the stock mousefeet with some hyperglides MS-3 and now the tracking is all messed up. The mouse doesn't track small movements at all, on top of that when I swipe my mouse left in CSGO, the crosshair shoots up and vice versa.

Yeah the feet you put on are thicker so the LOD is set for the stock feet now it won't track - you'll have to figure out how to raise the LOD and if you can't then you'd have to go to thinner mouse feet

Alternatively you could just swipe the mouse back and fourth a thousand times every day until the skates thin lol
post #450 of 2434
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3360 has very low native LOD. You didn't do something weird like put the hyperglides on top of the Revel's mousefeet, did you? There shouldn't be that much difference width-wise between the hyperglides and the original mousefeet the Revel came with, I'd think.

The tracking is somewhat better on my Qck+ than on the Puretrak Talent, too bad you can't adjust the LOD somehow on the mouse. I'm gonna buy 0.6mm and 0.28mm mousefeet from Takasta.
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