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post #5851 of 5978
first impression after replacing my original pads with corepads, feels like they arent thick enough so the mouse scracthes on the mousepad, pretty damn disappointing, guess its time to try out Hotline instead. Guess i can try and stick the 2nd pair ontop of the ones i put on, but that seems a little stupid.

Unless they have to be broken in, right now they feel terrible atleast.
Edited by Hemanse - 10/19/17 at 8:17am
post #5852 of 5978
I have zero scraping on my QCK heavy or Gigantus pad with Corepad on G403.
To me they feel amazing smile.gif
post #5853 of 5978
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I have zero scraping on my QCK heavy or Gigantus pad with Corepad on G403.
To me they feel amazing smile.gif
Strange, using a QCK Heavy myself and its pretty much feels like there are no feet on the mouse. Feels like the middle of them sink in, so the mouse just skates around on 2 edges, not sure if i got a bad pair or if thats just how they are.

Tried to take a picture of the bottom one which looks like this:
https://i.imgur.com/eO0G6Id.jpg
post #5854 of 5978
Hows the firmware 3.3.11? I'm a bit vary of updating since you can't downgrade, far as I know.
post #5855 of 5978
It's fine?
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post #5856 of 5978
so is this mouse worth a try?any problems except Scroll Ratlle? i have a EC 2 A witch have M2 problems since i have it for over 2years now , i bought a DM1 PRO S but send it back, and i saw G403 wired pretty cheap and i was thinking to buy it ,but im not really sure ,since seems that might be to big, i had rival also before and was fine, anyone who moved from ec2 to g403 ?
Edited by Adrian189 - 10/23/17 at 6:46am
post #5857 of 5978
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so is this mouse worth a try?any problems except Scroll Ratlle? i have a EC 2 A witch have M2 problems since i have it for over 2years now , i bought a DM1 PRO S but send it back, and i saw G403 wired pretty cheap and i was thinking to buy it ,but im not really sure ,since seems that might be to big, i had rival also before and was fine, anyone who moved from ec2 to g403 ?

I went from Zowie FK2 to Wireless G403 - havent returned to FK2 since

I can notice the difference in accuracy + wireless mouse (without lag) is 100x better than any wired mouse
you can twist and turn the mouse without worrying about the cable

I've noticed no issues with my wireless G403

only things that annoy me are:
- right click being too light and I can easily depress it with my pinky finger just by resting it on it
- weight distribution is whack and you have to keep the weight in the mouse otherwise its top heavy and messes with balance (especially if you have claw/fingertip grip)
post #5858 of 5978
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so is this mouse worth a try?any problems except Scroll Ratlle? i have a EC 2 A witch have M2 problems since i have it for over 2years now , i bought a DM1 PRO S but send it back, and i saw G403 wired pretty cheap and i was thinking to buy it ,but im not really sure ,since seems that might be to big, i had rival also before and was fine, anyone who moved from ec2 to g403 ?
The G403 (wired) was my main for a while till I went back to my DA:Elite. Without the battery and lid, the wired version of the G403 can be about 90g which is pretty light. Add a mouse bungee and you're good to go. The wireless option is nice too but you're looking at 107g and that may or may not be the heft you'd want in a mouse. I like my mice to be as light as possible, They're about $20 cheaper now off of Best Buy or Amazon. Can't go wrong with that. Plus, having that the EC2-A was my main for a while (only other mouse I've used longer than my DA) made me realize that I loathe Huano switches. So the Omrons on the G403 were quite welcome.
Edited by VESPA5 - 10/23/17 at 7:25am
post #5859 of 5978
Did the Paracord & CorePad Skatez treatment last Saturday, no problems so far (scraping etc.) - the new feed might collect some fiber on the edges if you use a cloth pad (slightly burned them of by touching the skatez with the flame of an lighter).


    
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post #5860 of 5978
I got a replacement after my mouse made double clicks with left click and lose scroll wheel.

So I wonder if I can repair the old mouse by switching left and right switch? Should I open it?

Or should I just open the switch and bent the spring?
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