Hey, after receiving my second revel, which also scratches on down movements like my first, i assume everybody will have the issue on cloth mousepads more or less.
People who use it on hard pad might not have an issue but that doesn't mean their feet are not to thin.
(My 2cents on that)
One other thing i noticed:
I know there are big tolerances in actuation force needed with the d2fc-f-7n omrons.
My first Revel had omrons on both M1 and M2 which were rather hard to click compared to the average of my loose d2fc-f-7n switches i could compare them with.
(Desoldered both of them, so i know it was not just the shell)
Now when i received my other 2 Revels, the buttons felt kinda the same (on the stiffer side).
Can't tell for sure, since i didn't open them though. I choosed the one with the less annyoing left click and send the other one back.
I know i only had 3 to test but:
Does the factory "purposely" choose the "higher than average click force needed 20M omrons" for some reason?
(I know it sounds stupid, since it would take longer etc.)Note that i really love everything else about the mouse, so good job on that. And if people who don't own the Revel read this: Even the clicks are fine. (Especially compared to zowie FKs for example.)
I am just very picky in that regard as you can see.^^
So don't hesitate to buy one because of the clicks or something.
Maybe i mod my second revel but i am not sure what i could do to give me light and rather quiet clicks.
Ordered 15 new d2fc-f-7n's and will probably pick out 2 of the lightest and switch them. But i have more issues with the shell, i think.Anybody know how
i could mod the shell to give me the right feel? There is always this deeper like plastic sound even if i carefully try to press just the switch.
I dont know sorry for the text, i have time lol.