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Yes, price gouging
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Originally Posted by foxxy View Post

is there a reason this thing is 70 dollars

To help them fund r&d into making decent skates
post #1723 of 3551
Braided cable is really bad, it has no actual flexibility when I move the mouse and makes the spring on the bungee pull a lot faster but with the stiffness doesn't even come with the strength for it to be able to hold its weight up so it just bends in places you don't want it to.
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Originally Posted by foxxy View Post

is there a reason this thing is 70 dollars
Yep. The same reason why they're still charging $69.99 for the G303

Add the challenging customer service (well, at least in North America) and I too wonder about the high price. If you're going to charge that much money, at least put some of that money in your customer care department. It took me over a week to finally get someone via chat to issue me a return/refund shipping label (which took him only 10 minutes to do via chat!).
post #1725 of 3551
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Yep. The same reason why they're still charging $69.99 for the G303

Add the challenging customer service (well, at least in North America) and I too wonder about the high price. If you're going to charge that much money, at least put some of that money in your customer care department. It took me over a week to finally get someone via chat to issue me a return/refund shipping label (which took him only 10 minutes to do via chat!).

Or throw in a second pair of mouse feet at least.
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Originally Posted by James N View Post

Or throw in a second pair of mouse feet at least.

Why would you want a second pair of trash mouse feet?
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

Why would you want a second pair of trash mouse feet?

They're alright on my Hayate Otsu after break-in.
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

They're alright on my Hayate Otsu after break-in.

they get faster and smoother after break in, or slower and more controlled?
post #1729 of 3551
The G pro feet are solid, I prefer 2x2 style anyway. Unable to speak for the 403 feet.
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

Braided cable is really bad, it has no actual flexibility when I move the mouse and makes the spring on the bungee pull a lot faster but with the stiffness doesn't even come with the strength for it to be able to hold its weight up so it just bends in places you don't want it to.

For me it holds up fine with the bungee. I have an about 30cm wide area where I can move the mouse before the springs of the bungee start coming into play. The cable does not touch the mouse pad anywhere.

It looks like this:

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