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1-2 months maybe.
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When do you guys think well start seeing G Pro mouse feet being sold from companies like Logitech, HyperGlides, etc? My mouse feet were pretty jacked up when I received my G Pro.

I'd speculate earliest November / December latest.
     
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Sorry to ask, but since you had the G pro for a long time, and reviewed it and have had some feedback with Logitech, do you know if this is normal behaviour for the G pro?


The M1 feels quite bad to press most times, M2 is good.
Its enough for me that I cannot use the mouse, because M1 feels so bad with a very strange feedback and its much harder to press then M2 with that strange feedback thing.
Almost like the switch actuation moves or gets locked up for a very short moment when pressing it.

Cannot call them until Monday, and since people said they wont send you replacement, just return it for a refund I feel kinda bad, since I used a coupon that is no longer available.

Hm, I usually press at the front of the mouse and at least then the sound is different. Yours sounds very hollow. Mine are very equal in force required, tactile feedback and sound. I'd guess it's a defect.
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Also I don't think Hyperglides release new mouse feet anymore.
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Also I don't think Hyperglides release new mouse feet anymore.

I meant for hotlines.

Hyperglides haven't made any current mice feet lately. Last activity was the ZA line where it used the same FK feet (except ZA13). Hyperglides were producing more to fufill ZA orders and their website was updated to reflect the size compatibility. So they haven't shut thier doors as far as I know.
     
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Also I don't think Hyperglides release new mouse feet anymore.

They only release skates if it's going to be guaranteed profitable, spoke to them via e-mail they're still around
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They only release skates if it's going to be guaranteed profitable, spoke to them via e-mail they're still around

While I can see maybe not making feet for a mouse like G900 that won't be in as many hands. I think the G Pro will get consideration from Hyperglide and will become evident to them after US starts shipping and they can confirm units sold. Taking into account Logitech targeting G Pro to a variety of gamers, gaming feet would an easy sell.

Amazon updated shipping for US on Sept 20 and Newegg still on Sept 25.
     
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I would love to have Hyperglides on my G Pro. Best quality feet ever. But Hotline Games isn't too bad.
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You can buy "Skatez for Universal Use" and cut 'em by yourself
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You can buy "Skatez for Universal Use" and cut 'em by yourself

If you use scissors, the edges always end up being too sharp and scrape the mouse pad
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