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post #31 of 41
Any updates?
post #32 of 41
The finish on these ICY mats look just like the finish on my Steelseries I-2s. If they are the same, then you can expect a moderate amount of friction because these glass mats don't glide as well as textured hard plastic mats (well, when compared to the Corsair MM400 and Logitech G440).
Edited by airisom2 - 4/7/17 at 1:16pm
post #33 of 41
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I emailed them a month ago and they said international shipping would be announced in 1-2 months so it should be soon.

Can't wait for this, glass gives my Sensei zero acceleration/deceleration.
post #34 of 41
so which one would I prefer to order ? Frostpad , Icy , Gpad ?
post #35 of 41
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

so which one would I prefer to order ? Frostpad , Icy , Gpad ?

Both Icy's and Frostpad's glass look identical when you look at the pictures. Not saying they're made in the same place, but they're made the same way. I own a Frostpad and I like it, but mice don't track perfectly on it; at least, the 3366 sensor doesn't.

It's kinda hard to tell from the pictures what the G-Pad would feel like, but I think the surface is rougher than the other two.
post #36 of 41
Icy mousepads it's garage made startup in russia. It's not a china made.
If you interest in story of creating etc. you always can try to watch this vid with auto subs. they are decent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zYJfiSsKkI
but now TL;DR
1. 4mm glass + 1,5mm sticker rubber legs
2. Glass finisher is acid (not Sandblasted matting) so matting is ideal even.
3. gliding is smooth and even in any direction, also quite (matting with acid made it super even)
4. As more pressure(weight) you put on mouse - as heaver gliding will be
5. Gliders durability: on that way of matting - mouse gliders can have long live(longer than on pure plastic)
6. This pad don't support laser mouses (ss sensei, etc), optic works great

Official store is true social network https://vk.com/icygear via PM or gmail that on bottom right corner. They got lots of positive feedback from russia customers.
post #37 of 41
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Originally Posted by D1namis View Post

Icy mousepads it's garage made startup in russia. It's not a china made.
If you interest in story of creating etc. you always can try to watch this vid with auto subs. they are decent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zYJfiSsKkI
but now TL;DR
1. 4mm glass + 1,5mm sticker rubber legs
2. Glass finisher is acid (not Sandblasted matting) so matting is ideal even.
3. gliding is smooth and even in any direction, also quite (matting with acid made it super even)
4. As more pressure(weight) you put on mouse - as heaver gliding will be
5. Gliders durability: on that way of matting - mouse gliders can have long live(longer than on pure plastic)
6. This pad don't support laser mouses (ss sensei, etc), optic works great

Official store is true social network https://vk.com/icygear via PM or gmail that on bottom right corner. They got lots of positive feedback from russia customers.

how can I order one to Israel?

also is the icy better than SS I-2?
post #38 of 41
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

how can I order one to Israel?

also is the icy better than SS I-2?

For order information and shipping you need to talk with support. VK social network or email.

I don't have experience with SS I-2. But russian reviewer guy sad that it's a lot better than icemat.
post #39 of 41
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Originally Posted by D1namis View Post

For order information and shipping you need to talk with support. VK social network or email.

I don't have experience with SS I-2. But russian reviewer guy sad that it's a lot better than icemat.

I sent them a message yesterday, they still didn't answer .
How long it takes to get ?
post #40 of 41
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

I sent them a message yesterday, they still didn't answer .
How long it takes to get ?
Sent a message to them couple days ago too.. but the website said "icy was last seen online 25/05/2017" not sure if their website PM's work, or is it better to email them but yeah.
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