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Mousepad similar to QcK+, with stitched edges?

post #1 of 22
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Like the title says. I would like to get another QcK+, but they just wear down really fast for me at the bottom edge. Thing is I am really familiar with that thing, I never had any other brand for a mousepad for like 6 or 7 years so I am a bit hesitant to get a different one because the glide or friction might turn me off.

What about the Razer Gigantus or Goliathus? How much faster would a Glorious be compared to a QcK? I'm just roughly looking for one that's similar to the QcK+.
post #2 of 22
Most similar pad I've found so far to QCK+ is Dechanic Speed, both in surface and thickness/rubber consistency. I've heard that corepad deskpads are also quite similar to QCK.

Haven't found anything that perfectly matches it thus far, but I only really look at pads that are XXL since I don't have a durability problem. I still prefer my QCK+ to the dechanic, but it can honestly be placebo. Who knows.
Edited by ralloff - 10/5/16 at 3:58am
post #3 of 22
corsair mm200, maybe a little tiny weeny bit slicker but prettt similar to qck
post #4 of 22
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Originally Posted by sjzorilla View Post

corsair mm200, maybe a little tiny weeny bit slicker but prettt similar to qck

OP, you have the same issue as me. Nothing I've found glides like a Qck. I own an MM200 and it feels much faster than a Qck, just my opinion.
post #5 of 22
I would love a QCK heavy with stitched edges biggrin.gif
But QCK Heavys surface is quite unique tbh.
I never liked QCK+ coating personally.
post #6 of 22
Mionix Alioth
post #7 of 22
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Originally Posted by crzg View Post

Mionix Alioth

I personally found the Alioth to be a tad quicker than dechanic speed, which was itself a touch faster than the qck. I think it's actually the rubber base that's making the majority of the difference for me. How much you can press into it seems to affect how it feels a great deal.

Alioth is very firm, flat, and thin; almost like a hard pad with a cloth surface. QCK+ is less firm by comparison.

The Alioth is a great pad though, and definitely is in the same ballpark as the QCK+, along with the dechanic speed. I'd honestly give them both a try if you have the cash, but the Alioth is kinda pricey.
post #8 of 22
How differents are the QcK + and the Zowie GS-R ? I have a Qck+
post #9 of 22
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Originally Posted by Shogoki View Post

How differents are the QcK + and the Zowie GS-R ? I have a Qck+

I had a hard time transitioning from qck+ to (blue) g-sr. It has a very different glide/control imo. I was constantly overshooting on the g-sr, the stopping power was by far better on the qck while at the same time the qck had less friction and better glide.

My aim was completely off for a few days and it never became as controllable and consistent as on the qck+.

I stopped using the g-sr, got a mionix alioth and never looked back to qck and gsr.

For me its Alioth >> QcK >>>> G-SR
Edited by crzg - 10/5/16 at 8:20am
post #10 of 22
i just cleaned my qck and i want the grime back it's too slow mad.gif
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