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I was wondering if stripping the braid off of the G502's cable is a plausible mod. Has anyone tried this? I just got a fresh G502 today so I could apply some new mousefeet, and use a new mousepad; I'm trying to get as much glide as I can tbh, which is increasingly difficult, being such a heavy mouse. And while sporting one of the thickest braided cables I've seen for a mouse that's already a whopping 121g, you can understand where I'm coming from. tongue.gif
    
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you could check out the paracord cables from ceesa or make one yourself if you want to make it as light as possible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nu5cOsWbKGY
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you could check out the paracord cables from ceesa or make one yourself if you want to make it as light as possible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nu5cOsWbKGY

Damn, that's really something. :0

Although, I think replacing the cable entirely is a bit beyond me on what would be my first real mouse mod. Really don't wanna mess up and void the warranty.

Edit: Watched the video on how to replace the cable, and it looked pretty, actually. Still can't afford another mouse if I mess up, though. :/
Edited by Avalar - 8/8/16 at 9:48pm
    
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The rubber cable is really flexible though kinda still heavy , its allot better than with the braid for sure. Replacing the cable is not hard either i wouldn't say it's beyond anyone really. Paracord cables are nice fron ceesa though im looking to make one using .4mm or less silicone wires instead of pvc. Most flexible cable inc. 😆
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