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Originally Posted by noshalans View Post

Hello, I'm about to pick the G Pro. Some advice on good mousepad?
I'm currently using my G Pro on the Zowie G-SR. Glides really well, but also has good control. Also used it on the Glorious XL Heavy and it glided really well. I decided to stick with the GS-R because I like the balance of speed and control. If you want a mousepad thats super smooth and fast, the Glorious XL is a fantastic choice.
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The original feet don't work so well with the G-SR. They feel rough on it, and that is not how other mice feel in combination with that pad. The QCK Heavy and the Mionix Alioth work well with the Pro out of the box.
post #2153 of 3556
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

The original feet don't work so well with the G-SR. They feel rough on it, and that is not how other mice feel in combination with that pad. The QCK Heavy and the Mionix Alioth work well with the Pro out of the box.
I dont know. My G Pro feels fine on the G-SR. Only problem I have is the stitched edges. The G Pro cord rubs against the stitched edge and I can feel it.
post #2154 of 3556
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

Sounds like you got a bad batch or something else was wrong, i have qck+2 mm, Heavy 6mm and XXL 4mm and theres no doubt about it that the 2mm is the fastest in every aspect, XXL is good too but both make the Heavy feel slow and
Did it feel fastest with the original feet also?
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G pro is terrible on g-sr. The feet are worse than the cable by far. Use it with a qck heavy if you don't have an artisan

I don't know what the material is but it's not good. I'm just sad cause Rubber cable and good pure PTFE rounded would make both of these near perfect. How did nobody complain during testing
Edited by ncck - 9/28/16 at 4:23am
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Originally Posted by Leopardi View Post

Did it feel fastest with the original feet also?

Yes without a doubt. There could be other factors that play but I think the most important is just pad thickness when doing fast movements.
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Originally Posted by SynergyCB View Post

I dont know. My G Pro feels fine on the G-SR. Only problem I have is the stitched edges. The G Pro cord rubs against the stitched edge and I can feel it.

Even if I lift the cable completely off the ground so it touches nothing, the feet have a rough glide on it. Pro + G-SR feels like [anyothermouse] + G-TFX. And that is not right smile.gif
If you like that you are fine, but for some reason the Pros feet are different on this pad than others. Zowie mice are butter smooth on the G-SR. Way better in my opinion. Since the Pro does not have this problem on the QCK or Alioth I don't know what it is. Seems to be just the combination of those feet and the G-SR. If it was the grooves on the bottom of the mouse scraping over the pad it should happen on all pads. But it does not.

I can only suggest to everyone: prep to debraid/replace the cable (paracord for instance) and replace the feet with something better. You will notice the difference, its huge. Logitech kinda managed to create the perfect mouse for me, but then slapped a terrible cable and some weird feet on it. So you have to put in some more work to make it as best as can be.
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got my mouse couple of days now! I have to says sadly its smaller than the g3 shape-
my mousebuttons work the same, they are a little bit to smooth to click.
The sensor is really great. The mouse feet are ok.
Mousewheel is not that good , it can get stuck in between the points thats really bad.
The weight is perfect. The braided cable is a pain in the ass without mouse bungee. I think I will go for that g3 mousemod and try to put the pmw3366 sensor inside from a g502
Edited by syrell - 9/28/16 at 5:24am
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Even if I lift the cable completely off the ground so it touches nothing, the feet have a rough glide on it. Pro + G-SR feels like [anyothermouse] + G-TFX. And that is not right smile.gif
If you like that you are fine, but for some reason the Pros feet are different on this pad than others. Zowie mice are butter smooth on the G-SR. Way better in my opinion. Since the Pro does not have this problem on the QCK or Alioth I don't know what it is. Seems to be just the combination of those feet and the G-SR. If it was the grooves on the bottom of the mouse scraping over the pad it should happen on all pads. But it does not.

I can only suggest to everyone: prep to debraid/replace the cable (paracord for instance) and replace the feet with something better. You will notice the difference, its huge. Logitech kinda managed to create the perfect mouse for me, but then slapped a terrible cable and some weird feet on it. So you have to put in some more work to make it as best as can be.

I think it's due to the smaller feet. I used the gtfx before but it feels way too rough with the pro, using the gsr now.
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Originally Posted by syrell View Post

got my mouse couple of days now! I have to says sadly its smaller than the g3 shape-
my mousebuttons work the same, they are a little bit to smooth to click.
The sensor is really great. The mouse feet are ok.
Mousewheel is not that good , it can get stuck in between the points thats really bad.
The weight is perfect. The braided cable is a pain in the ass without mouse bungee. I think I will go for that g3 mousemod and try to put the pmw3366 sensor inside from a g502

Can you keep me updated on that mod? I got 2x G3 here as well and it is probably my favorite shape ever.
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