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post #2031 of 3580
How exactly?
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

You can adjust G Pro click sensitivity with tiny strips of tape.

Edited by Leopardi - 9/22/16 at 2:08am
post #2032 of 3580
Anyone else felt that it was hard to get a good grip on the mouse?
It's very slippery to me.
The plastic is super slippery and never get a stable grip.

I don't really sweat on my hands.
I think it would be better if it had the G403 side coating, that is perfect for me.

Anyone else reflected over this or am I the only one smile.gif
Maybe it get better over time when the coating wears down a little?
post #2033 of 3580
It's not very grippy (g pro) but when your hand heats up then it gets its grip

I prefer a mouse that can be grippable even with cold hands (zowie ZA) for example had an extremely grippy coating. I'll get the 403 today to see what its like - I've used a rubber side coat once on some office mouse and it worked pretty well
post #2034 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Anyone else felt that it was hard to get a good grip on the mouse?
It's very slippery to me.
The plastic is super slippery and never get a stable grip.
Everyone's hand and grip is different. After almost 2 weeks with the G Pro (before returning it, the uber light M1/M2 buttons were the dealbreaker for me), I'd say the (__) shape of the G Pro wasn't very ideal for me in terms of grip. And this is just to get a good grip while swiping and flicking. My hands barely get sweaty as well. I've had my fair share of oddly shaped mice (thanks Logitech) but the G Pro 'simple' shape wasn't exactly simple for me to get a good feel for. Subjective, of course thumb.gif

Now, I may change my mind once I get a copy where the RMB didn't actuate if I laid a finger on it (my copy of the G Pro had an M2 button that was THAT sensitive), but gripping was the least of my concerns with this mouse. It was mainly learning not to trigger off the M1/M2 buttons in game. Some people say that they are crisp buttons.

My copy had insanely light switches. I seriously had to game with a grip that looked like this (it was practically the only way I could game and not accidentally trigger off a round or accidentally aim down sights while moving from cover to cover)

Edited by VESPA5 - 9/22/16 at 4:54am
post #2035 of 3580
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

It's not very grippy (g pro) but when your hand heats up then it gets its grip

I prefer a mouse that can be grippable even with cold hands (zowie ZA) for example had an extremely grippy coating. I'll get the 403 today to see what its like - I've used a rubber side coat once on some office mouse and it worked pretty well

I guess that is my problem, my hand kinda stays the same, cold smile.gif so the grip stays the same even when intense gaming.
The sides on G403 is perfect, if those were on G pro I think it would help a lot.
The slippery sides especially requires me to use more force to get a good grip, which turns into discomfort after some time.

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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Everyone's hand and grip is different. After almost 2 weeks with the G Pro (before returning it, the uber light M1/M2 buttons were the dealbreaker for me), I'd say the (__) shape of the G Pro wasn't very ideal for me in terms of grip. And this is just to get a good grip while swiping and flicking. My hands barely get sweaty as well. I've had my fair share of oddly shaped mice (thanks Logitech) but the G Pro 'simple' shape wasn't exactly simple for me to get a good feel for. Subjective, of course thumb.gif

Now, I may change my mind once I get a copy where the RMB didn't actuate if I laid a finger on it (my copy of the G Pro had an M2 button that was THAT sensitive), but gripping was the least of my concerns wit this mouse. It was mainly learning not to trigger off the M1/M2 buttons in game. Some people say that they are crisp buttons. My copy had insanely light switches.

Ye the sides with the slippery plastic makes it very hard for me to grip comfortable.
And I find myself needing to adjust often while ingame because it slips or my grip moves etc.
Which is not that good smile.gif

I guess I have more time to try these mice, thought UPS would call for pickup yesterday but still no call, so guess I got em over this weekend as well before they pick em up.
I WANT to like the G pro, because It is kinda the mouse I been waiting for, but I still struggle with it, which sucks.

My buttons are not that light, but I got a LMB that is kinda broken as well, so its even harder then normal and feels broken smile.gif
I do missclick RMB sometimes, but that is because of my grip problems.
Edited by Nivity - 9/22/16 at 4:57am
post #2036 of 3580
I hit the RMB occasionally because of the angled shape of the front buttons makes my middle finger hang off the edge of the button, even with a claw grip. Especially happened when setting the mouse back down after picking it up. If the front of the mouse were shaped less /\ I would be able to use it.
post #2037 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Anyone else felt that it was hard to get a good grip on the mouse?
It's very slippery to me.
The plastic is super slippery and never get a stable grip.

I don't really sweat on my hands.
I think it would be better if it had the G403 side coating, that is perfect for me.

Anyone else reflected over this or am I the only one smile.gif
Maybe it get better over time when the coating wears down a little?

Nope the coating is perfect for me. I can grip the G Pro perfectly with cold or warm hands.
post #2038 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

Nope the coating is perfect for me. I can grip the G Pro perfectly with cold or warm hands.

I agree, I really like the grip and finish.
 
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post #2039 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Anyone else felt that it was hard to get a good grip on the mouse?
It's very slippery to me.
The plastic is super slippery and never get a stable grip.

I don't really sweat on my hands.
I think it would be better if it had the G403 side coating, that is perfect for me.

Anyone else reflected over this or am I the only one smile.gif
Maybe it get better over time when the coating wears down a little?

Nope the coating is perfect for me. I can grip the G Pro perfectly with cold or warm hands.

I guess we are all different biggrin.gif
Its super slippery for my hands tongue.gif
While G403 rubber coating is perfect.
post #2040 of 3580
I found the G Pro's grip to be adequate.
However, I think the G403's grip is bang on.
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