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how to you grip it very lightly i feel like maybe im griping it to tight and its causing the mouse to move up?
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Originally Posted by zackowns View Post

how to you grip it very lightly i feel like maybe im griping it to tight and its causing the mouse to move up?

Yes, i can recall this being an issue the first day using the mouse. I was used to a very firm grip but had to adjust since the lightweight and the shape of the mouse make it move up if you try to grip it the same was as a 100g mouse.
I can't say that about the G Pro though, people said it's not as easy to lift as the G303.
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Anyone tried Mionix Alioth with G Pro stock feet?
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Originally Posted by Leopardi View Post

Anyone tried Mionix Alioth with G Pro stock feet?

Yes, works okish. Same as with the Qck.
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Yes, works okish. Same as with the Qck.
I guess the Alioth offers both better speed and less static friction?
post #2386 of 3553
Alioth works good with The Stock feet. Very Little static friction. Tomorrow I will get The Glorious XL.
post #2387 of 3553
Its amazing how "heavy" G Pro feels duo to the lack of grippyness. Kinda feel as heavy as a DeathAdder with rubber sides!
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

Its amazing how "heavy" G Pro feels duo to the lack of grippyness. Kinda feel as heavy as a DeathAdder with rubber sides!
Wow. That's an interesting comparison. I thought the G Pro was incredibly light. For me, it felt as light as a G303 with a very challenging shape to grip to (you would think the diamond shape of the G303 was more challenging, nope, the sides of the G Pro are challenging for me since I have dry hands). The DeathAdder is probably one of the best when it comes to evenly distributed weight for its shape. It's about 105g but it definitely feels lighter than that. The G Pro was pretty darn light in comparison to my DA:Chroma though.
post #2389 of 3553
My hands get moist after some warmups in DM, so then DA sticks really good and feel as "light".
FK1 defently feels lighter because of this.
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Anyone else being denied a return by logitech? Apparently I'm outside the 30 day return period, even though the mouse shipped on Sept 06. Apparently its the purchase date (mid august) that matters...
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