Jesus Christ. Everytime i visit this section there is a circlejerk about some kind of issue, no matter the brand. I can't wait until Kone 2017 launches and we will have 300 pages of fixing the smallest imperfections and people reporting progress on their RMA streaks.
These mice will have issues, i can guarantee it. Roccat is the worst of the mice brands you can ever deal with if it comes to an RMA process. With Logitech you can send it back to them directly and they tend to have authorized services across many countries. I had a squeaking LMB on my G500 back in the day, the store would not honor the warranty because they didn't see anything wrong with the mice, i sent it back to their local service in Poland called FixIT, it got replaced in a heatbeat.
With Roccat, o dear. They don't have any kind of support, they put all the responsibility for the RMA procces on the stores and have no real RMA department of their own. My Kone Military had a doubleclicking LMB from day one, i contacted Roccat and they just told me they are sorry about it and to solve the issue with the retailer.
Guess what boys, i sent it back to the store, they said there's nothing wrong with the mouse. I just wasted money on the shipping. Ended up selling the mouse and getting a G303. Of course if it comes to the G303 there was also a huge circlejerk about a wide variety of "issues" plaguing the mouse on the internet. There was basically no good mouse on the market according to these forums, reddit and all of the internet. The first thing i did when i got it was shaking it, i have indeed heard some kind of rattle, as i did with all the mices i got in the past 10 years, **** just tends to move inside a little bit given there are so many little parts there. It makes sounds, ye. Does it have any actual real world consequences excluding all of these ridiculous experiments you guys do when getting a new mouse? Nope. Literally none. Unlike your mouse leftclicking twice instead of once.
You will never get a mouse that doesn't make any kind of sounds when shaking it like it was a freaking cocktail unless you get lucky. That applies to all brands. No brand is perfect, no brand is free of these things and never will be.
Mice are made for aiming and controling your PC, not for shaking. Unless there is something that ruins your everyday experience during normal use, it doesn't matter. No idea why people get triggered by things that can only be reproduced by putting tape over sensors and shaking the thing it in the air.
People even complained about the rattle in the DM1 PRO S and that thing had the lens physically mounted to the sensor. Jesus.
Edited by helioNz4R - 1/8/17 at 5:49pm