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post #2011 of 3549
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Most pain/cramping could be down to people simply squeezing the mouse. If the coating or shape was good they wouldn't have to squeeze until they develop fatigue/cramping/pain.

I used to get hand fatigue because I had to squeeze mice that have bad coatings. I started to use clear tape on the contact areas to stop me from having to squeeze the mouse. Most shapes are not very good for me, therefore the coating is very important. The G100s was irritating my finger -- even with the weight removed -- until I put tape on it.

Squeezing too hard is usually why people have trouble with mice lifting or tilting too I think. I find mice narrower at the bottom very preferable because you can grip so lightly and still lift the mouse fine, but obviously if you grip too hard the mouse wants to lift up off the pad..
post #2012 of 3549
Has anyone successfully refunded something through the awful Logitech site? Trying to return my pro from Logitech since my Amazon one didn't have the asymmetric buttons like that one did. There's no actual automated refund process and they tell you to just "contact Logitech". Called the support number on their contact page and it was only for tech support. Had to actually dig through the support section to even find a chat button. First person I talked to immediately left the chat after I said I wanted to request a refund. Ugh.



Cool.
Edited by Ickz - 9/21/16 at 2:51pm
post #2013 of 3549
The middle click on my GPRO is junk. Not only does it feel very stiff but it also feels sticky as it returns after a click. This is an average out of fifteen measurements for the middle click.

Logitech G100s - 149g

Logitech G303 - 166g

Logitech GPRO - 295g


Anyone else care to share? Is this specific mouse defective or is this a case of sponsored reviews avoiding the discussion of design flaws?
post #2014 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

The middle click on my GPRO is junk. Not only does it feel very stiff but it also feels sticky as it returns after a click. This is an average out of fifteen measurements for the middle click.

Logitech G100s - 149g

Logitech G303 - 166g

Logitech GPRO - 295g


Anyone else care to share? Is this specific mouse defective or is this a case of sponsored reviews avoiding the discussion of design flaws?

I'm honestly surprised it's only twice as hard as the others. I don't have anything to measure mine but I would have guessed it was even more than that. I've seen several others comment on it as well.

Not a dealbreaker for me but I'm sure it is for some.
post #2015 of 3549
Quote:
Originally Posted by Derp View Post

The middle click on my GPRO is junk. Not only does it feel very stiff but it also feels sticky as it returns after a click. This is an average out of fifteen measurements for the middle click.

Logitech G100s - 149g

Logitech G303 - 166g

Logitech GPRO - 295g


Anyone else care to share? Is this specific mouse defective or is this a case of sponsored reviews avoiding the discussion of design flaws?

Yes, middle click is terrible. Apparently it's "fine" for all the people that got review copies though tongue.gif
post #2016 of 3549
Mine has become easier to click over the last couple weeks, but its still a crappy switch in general. Idk they why they used the square thing.
post #2017 of 3549
It is stiff, but in game, I dont even notice the stiffness. I use M3 to pull out my nade in CSGO.
post #2018 of 3549
Don't personally use the middle scroll button frequently, but it is indeed pretty heavy on my final copy.
post #2019 of 3549
I 'm curious: Has anyone tried if tightening or untightening the front screws somewhat has an effect on the M1/M2 clicks?
post #2020 of 3549
I guess I have to decide if I want to live with the unusable middle click or not. These are the kinds of issues that should be reported and worked on before release or at least mentioned in a review but I guess that's not how things are done.

Also, Logitech, thanks for bundling your drivers with bloatware (overwolf?) that casually drops a 1KB file on the C drive named "END". Figuring out where that came from was super fun!
Edited by Derp - 9/21/16 at 3:42pm
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