Originally Posted by ncck
It's a really good pad and super cheap honestly, the stitched edges aren't 'felt' like they normally are (aka doesn't irritate your hand) plus the thing doesn't stick when you sweat
I really want to try the new GSR but I hated the blue one so much that I'm hesitant plus the glorious pad seems to do everything right and may just be my endgame (cause its so cheap and easy to replace)
That sounds good. Probably try a Glorious Heavy XL later on then.
The new/black G-SR, i have it here at home and it is good, no doubt about it. But as i said in previous post, Infensus OP is better, really quiet and very smooth with probably the best quality i've seen in a mousepad, ever. I don't see the quality or feeling go down over time with that mat (compared to any other cloth pad) as it uses a special, shiny coating over the cloth, i've never seen before. If it is smooth glide as in Taito, similar feeling, but more control (and way better quality material) you're after this mat is the best one ever (and 100% waterproof). So if people want a quiet, very smooth glide that still gives you surprisingly good control, Infensus OP is the best mat you can get in the world imho.
Also G-SR is 3 mm, which is the reason i dont play on it, it's too thin for my taste. The feeling is a little bit like goliathus speed but better stoppage and control without losing the speed. A better version you can say. Definately one of the best, if not the best mousepad @ 3mm i've tried. Would i go for it over Infensus OP if it was thicker, not sure (Infensus is silky smooth to the extent you barely notice your mouse over it). Would i go for it over Qck+, no (but that is due to personal preference only).
For my own opinion, I prefer a little bit more feedback and in that regard a surface treated QCK+ is in a league of it's own (reason why they are the most popular pad(s)). However, the quality is another discussion.Edited by Karz - 8/10/16 at 12:28pm