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Friction of the Artisan Zero?

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Right, I've determined I dislike low friction pads (be it cloth or hard), discovered that after dropping 100$ on 2 Artisan pads (Hien Mid and Hayate Otsu). The quality is clearly very good from Artisan and I'm wondering how the Zero compares to the Qck+ in terms of friction? My Qck+ is battered and dishevelled (there's a hole in it lol).

Another quick question, is the Qck Heavy different in surface material to the Qck+?


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Uh zero is a rough cloth surface and it's like a fairly easy glide but also easy to stop

Feels good for mousing feels bad on skin
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Uh zero is a rough cloth surface and it's like a fairly easy glide but also easy to stop

Feels good for mousing feels bad on skin

I understand why people say you should simply try mouse pads as it's a matter of preference, making head or tail of these descriptions (particularly ones provided by Artisan) is impossible.

Took the safe route and ordered a Qck heavy lmao. Can't deal with being disappointed yet again by a mouse pad, it's killing me wubsmiley.gif

Still would love opinions on the zero though.
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In my opinion it's not worth ordering, it's good but like I said it feels bad on the skin and it's smaller than most common large pads. I gave mine away to a friend.. I stopped trying artisan cause of the expensive and no real way to try them before buying plus no returns
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Yeah I downright regret both purchases, maybe in the future these mouse pads will come in handy, with a different mouse shape, weight and one that I grip a little better (ZA13 is a touch too small and I am forced to do some weird hybrid grip).
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