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Unwanted concave on the side of my mouse

post #1 of 15
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hey guys, my A4tech bloody v7 mouse has this really awkward concave on the right side of the mouse (where my pinky rests) it's extremely uncomfortable for me and i cant use it for long periods of time because it's so extremely irritating.

Does anyone here know how to "fill" it in and flatten it out? No experience with any of this so i have no clue what to do.

post #2 of 15
But you have a G402...?
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But you have a G402...?





bottom right one is my fav


but in all seriousness, HELP!!!! this mouse aint gr8 but the sensor and shape are intriguing.
post #4 of 15
Play dough? Bubble gum?

I had a serious answer but it escapes me.
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Play dough? Bubble gum?

I had a serious answer but it escapes me.


hardened clay would work for a little while but i was thinking something like plastidip or whatever idk
post #6 of 15
Sugru maybe? I've personally never used it but from what I understand about it it's the type of thing you'd want.
post #7 of 15
bondo or belzona. then sand it down. but I think you would have to rough up the plastic a little to get it to stick.
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bondo or belzona. then sand it down. but I think you would have to rough up the plastic a little to get it to stick.


Bondo! That is what I was trying to think of.
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Sugru maybe? I've personally never used it but from what I understand about it it's the type of thing you'd want.

Sounds like a good one, IF it works as advertised tongue.gif
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Stop using cheat mouse for your recoil.
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