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How is Roccat's RMA process compared to Logitech? Do they just send out new mice if yours broke?
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I see your genzi..OMG😨
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Just measured it, the width is 43.5 mm, length is 97.1 mm.

Thanks alot. Guess i finally found a mouse with pcb narrow enough to fit into 48mm wide shell.
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

Thanks alot. Guess i finally found a mouse with pcb narrow enough to fit into 48mm wide shell.

Huh which shell is that ?
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Originally Posted by Tyler Dalton View Post

I live in Upstate, SC. It's humid in the late summer. I've used many mice though and those side button switches on the Roccat mice are the only ones I've ever had issues with.

I'd be surprised if many other mice used anything better than ttc switches. Extremely few use omron for side buttons and ttc is pretty common for side buttons and middle click afaik.
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Huh which shell is that ?

Nameless asus office mouse. I used it for a year and the shape was absolutely perfect for me. Or alternatively, i still plan to continue with my 3d printed shell project, but i don't really have resources for it right now.
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I'd be surprised if many other mice used anything better than ttc switches. Extremely few use omron for side buttons and ttc is pretty common for side buttons and middle click afaik.

I've never had any issues with the side buttons on Logitech mice, but maybe it's just bad luck.
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I've never had any issues with the side buttons on Logitech mice, but maybe it's just bad luck.
I think logitech uses Kailh switches for most side buttons. Neither those or TTC have a great reputation though. Maybe they are a bit better than TTC, but IDK. Anyway TTC is pretty common.
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Used my KPM like 10 hours a day since release until like 2 months ago, side buttons are 100% perfect still.
And I use them quite a bit with work and gaming.

Seems to be working fine to me smile.gif

I went through a KPO and 2 KPM's and had the exact same problem happen with the back thumb button double clicking. One started doing it as soon as 3 months, the rest were 9-12 months.

I guess I either take care of my mice or I am just lucky all my life smile.gif
Never had a mouse start to double click or other weird problems some people complain about with many mice.
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I guess I either take care of my mice or I am just lucky all my life smile.gif
Never had a mouse start to double click or other weird problems some people complain about with many mice.

Or you dont use it as much
Or you dont keep the same mouse for a long period of time
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