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The lightest mouse/mice?

post #1 of 22
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What are the lightest mice that have decent sensors? The standard for mice right now as far as I can tell is 80-90g, but how many lighter options are there? I've heard about one of the abyssuseses being ~72g, the WMO being ~70g, the g100s (can't remember weight), and the new ninox mouse that's being released is apparently ~75-80g. What else am I missing?
post #2 of 22
The WMO is 72g, though you can reduce its weight significantly through https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y29Ql5ZaKfE
My personal WMO is 59g through that + removing the mouse wheel and sanding it all down a fair bit, could do more but I'm comfortable having broken 60g. Though there's no reason you can't do the same on other mice, so some other might have even more useless plastic than the WMO that could be cut down and be even lighter. And a lot of mice, with their sidebuttons removed and no internal weights, will be comparable to the WMO anyway, so who knows?

The lightest fullsize mouse without modding that I know of is the Ninox Aurora at 70g, though it has some issues. The salmosa pro is 59g, though it's also tiny and pretty outdated, and I'm not sure if any new small mice have beaten it.
post #3 of 22
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Is there anything that still holds up today that's under 70g without heavy modding? The aurora and wmo are both unavailable on the standard retail sites I've checked so they're spooky scary ebay hunts
post #4 of 22
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Is there anything that still holds up today that's under 70g without heavy modding? The aurora and wmo are both unavailable on the standard retail sites I've checked so they're spooky scary ebay hunts

Lua, 68g.
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abyssuseses
holy smokes...
post #6 of 22
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holy smokes...
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post #7 of 22
The WMO is more like 80g. Logitech G100s is about 66g without internal weight. My modified FK is 80g with two side buttons.
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hahah, that wolverine pic man
post #10 of 22
I've been using the Cooler Master Mastermouse S for a while now. Removing the weight inside it's supposedly below 80g. I won't be able to measure it, sorry. It uses a 3330.

QC and build seems dodgy, as highlighted in this post. My unit does not have sensor rattle. I haven't noticed friction between the main buttons, I can produce it only if I push the buttons down and toward eachother. The standard cable is unbelievably bad, and needs to be replaced. And there are driver issues as well. Anyway, the mouse works really well for me.
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