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Originally Posted by TriviumKM View Post

How big of an impact on cable drag did debraiding the cable actually have? I ask as i've been meaning to do the same to mine, but haven't gotten around to yet, and if the impact is minimal i might as well just forget it and hit ceesa up.

The impact is quite large but still quite a bit far off Zowie cable, will buy paracord myself.
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We will only see how good this thing can be with a Paracord and decent official mouse feet. I cut up some MS1.1 Corepads and its OK, but pre-cut Hyperglides with rounded edges would be much better.
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Thank you for the helpful chart. Using the image as your guide, I came up with length= 7.25" width~ 4"

As stated my hand grip is fingertip/claw. Thank you.

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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

The impact is quite large but still quite a bit far off Zowie cable, will buy paracord myself.

Ah, ok. Thanks
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

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It's a finger-tip grip mouse for me (7.5" hand). For claw grip it feels a bit too small for my hand.

The hump in the rear isn't high on this mouse so there's nothing really pressing into the palm when claw gripping it.
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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

It's a finger-tip grip mouse for me (7.5" hand). For claw grip it feels a bit too small for my hand.

The hump in the rear isn't high on this mouse so there's nothing really pressing into the palm when claw gripping it.

So this mouse isn't ideal for me?

Thanks for replying.
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I'm thinking about boxing this mouse up until they offer replacement skates so I can go to a paracord. The cable is terrible.
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So this mouse isn't ideal for me?

Thanks for replying.

I don't know. The shape should be a pretty safe choice for a lot of different people. I was just thinking about what could maybe go wrong. You could buy it somewhere like Amazon where you know you can send it back no problem if it's not good.

The mouse basically uses a normal small Logitech shape. There's a lot of simple mice that are all kind of related in their shapes and you might know this type of shape from somewhere already. I think Logitech was the one who built mice for Dell at some point for example.
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Originally Posted by b0z0 View Post

I'm thinking about boxing this mouse up until they offer replacement skates so I can go to a paracord. The cable is terrible.

I got a second one (I am not going to spend years without a MX300 replacement oh no), and due to this I was able to literally go back and forth between my paracorded one and the original.

So yeah, the original cable is terrible. But even if you lift the bad cable, the original feet seem to be worse than what I managed from some Corepad MS1.1 and a nailclipper. So in case you have MS1.1 feet lying aroung I can recommend to use one of the originals as a reference. Put one of the originals on top of the 1.1 and then just shorten the 1.1 to the right length. Don't worry about the sharp edges. I managed to make mine fit quite well within the grooves on the bottom of the mouse, and the glide is much better than the original feet - tested on a Zowie G-SR.

The feet of the Pro seem to be weird in that on some pads (QCK Heavy, Minox Alioth) they work well, but on others they are really bad (G-SR). Which comes down to a flaw in the feet for me as none other mouse I've had had this problem. For instance, all Zowie mice run smoothly over all pads I own compared to the Pro.

I say this, because Logitech will be the first to offer replacement feet I guess. But seeing as they don't work well with the G-SR (and probably some other pads), I would only consider waiting for them before you paracord this beauty in the case that you are using a pad that is known to be working with the original feet. Otherwise cutting up some hyperglides or whatever will be better, even if the result won't look good wink.gif

Oh and in terms of M1&M2 inconsistencies: My first one, the one I modded already, has a louder M2, but to me both clicks feel the same. When I am ingame and can't hear the sound difference they feel the same. The second unit I have here, seems to be flawless in this regard (note: I do not consider sound differences to be a real flaw!). M1/M2 are absolutely equal.

Second one came from amazon, first from Logitech directly in case you are wondering.
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

Everything is good with this placement and I didn't even bother removing the middle circle skate yet or if I will at all. DPI appears to be pretty much identical doing the manual test. QCK+ 2mm because if you want speed for 180s and friction free wrist aiming you can do no better, I own heaps of high end pads and they all feel meh after a few months, for 15 euros I can just buy another one of these or wash it infinite amount of times.


Just to let anyone know who's wondering, MX2/3 should be 0.6mm and WMO 1mm regardless of it saying 0.8mm on the website (its a different calculation method they told me)

http://www.hyperglide.net/?hg=mx_skates_1

Buy these feet and don't look back!
It's hard for me to imagine the 2mm QcK+ being good, tried with a G5 back in 2009 and it felt like it had a layer of glue on it or something, extremely slow and heavy to move the mouse. Does the Heavy offer better glide?
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