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I'm pretty happy about my G Pro purchase so far, it's the perfect match for my fingertip-grip.
The only thing I'm concerned about is the slight rattle of the LMB (by moving index finger from the left to the right)
Does anyone else have this issue?
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Took it out of the box some more, to see if I could get used to the shape, It does feel better now.
Guess I will try and get a replacement to see how the buttons are. Because that makes the mouse super garbage right now, the M1 button feels soooo bad.

Hard to see how you perform with a mouse that is defective (well to me at least)

Instead of just posting in this thread about how bad your copy of the G Pro is you could instead get a refund/return it for a new copy and save yourself money/time.

Well, I kinda am biggrin.gif
Already made a warranty claim, but will call them tomorrow as well.
post #1903 of 3554
Are the button/cable issues really that big of an issue for this mouse? Been using the G100s for around two years now, I've been waiting for them to release this mouse at my local store but if it's really this problematic I might just settle for an FK1 or something instead. Buttons on my G100s are dying so I need a replacement either way.
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Are the button/cable issues really that big of an issue for this mouse? Been using the G100s for around two years now, I've been waiting for them to release this mouse at my local store but if it's really this problematic I might just settle for an FK1 or something instead. Buttons on my G100s are dying so I need a replacement either way.
When using a mouse bungee, I don't even notice the cable. In terms of the buttons, mine are perfectly fine. There are rare cases where someone's G Pro has bad buttons, but that happens with every mouse. If you can, I would buy the mouse on Amazon, because returning items there is really simple and easy. Using Logitech Support to return an item can be pretty frustrating.
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After 12 days with the G Pro my hand still hurts when I use it, never had that problem with the original MX300 or G3 shape. The KPM on the other hand I can use for hours and it never hurts and I also play better with it...

Thats the weird thing with shapes, I don't really feel a difference between the Pro and the G100s, so I wouldn't think that the shape would hurt someone who liked the G3 shape. However I absolutely despise the KPM shape, that one really hurt my hand a lot...
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Does anyone know why the g pro glides so poorly on a G-SR but so quick on a qck? Would removing the center feet fix it? I want to use the G-SR cause it's slower but the g pro just doesn't glide on it, it just has uneven/heavy drag all over the place and then add the cable lol

Or better yet - anyone use the hypers on it?

These ones look like they'd fit: https://www.amazon.com/Hyperglide-Mouse-Skates-Logitech-MX-2/dp/B0121M5I4M/

I would buy them now but I am most likely going to sell the g pro when the 403 arrives - so don't want the new owner to not have stock feet
Edited by ncck - 9/18/16 at 12:52pm
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Does anyone know why the g pro glides so poorly on a G-SR but so quick on a qck? Would removing the center feet fix it? I want to use the G-SR cause it's slower but the g pro just doesn't glide on it, it just has uneven/heavy drag all over the place and then add the cable lol

Or better yet - anyone use the hypers on it?

These ones look like they'd fit: https://www.amazon.com/Hyperglide-Mouse-Skates-Logitech-MX-2/dp/B0121M5I4M/

I would buy them now but I am most likely going to sell the g pro when the 403 arrives - so don't want the new owner to not have stock feet

Using a mouse bungee reduced the cable drag substantially for me, but the feet are still suboptimal for the G-SR. I got used to them after a couple of days though. Now, I am waiting for official replacements from Hyperglides, Corepadz, whatever to replace them. Also got a Paracord ready to go for that...will probably still take till November for that to come.
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After 12 days with the G Pro my hand still hurts when I use it, never had that problem with the original MX300 or G3 shape. The KPM on the other hand I can use for hours and it never hurts and I also play better with it...

Thats the weird thing with shapes, I don't really feel a difference between the Pro and the G100s, so I wouldn't think that the shape would hurt someone who liked the G3 shape. However I absolutely despise the KPM shape, that one really hurt my hand a lot...

The grip width is wider on G3, Mx100 because of the flat sides, so I guess its kinda like the AM thing, to narrow grip = cramp for many.
KPM is one of the few mice I never feel any aching etc in my hand, can use it for hours and hours.
But I wish it had more options for grips however,.
post #1909 of 3554
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The grip width is wider on G3, Mx100 because of the flat sides, so I guess its kinda like the AM thing, to narrow grip = cramp for many.
KPM is one of the few mice I never feel any aching etc in my hand, can use it for hours and hours.
But I wish it had more options for grips however,.

I agree, I think the narrow grip is killing my hand.
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Found another pad from my collection that works perfectly with the stock feet of the Pro: the Mionix Alioth. Much higher quality and better glide than with a QCK even. Braided edges, full desk pad. Cool smile.gif
Going to use that combo until there are replacement hyperglides. Then going back to the G-SR, with new feet and a paracord.
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