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post #1381 of 1488
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

I mean 310 is better in every spec so to say.
But for me with 19.5x10cm hands it is way to big, it is way to fat, and it is heavy.
This goes for both the Sensei and Rival.
Original Rival was also thinner which made it easier for me to grip, even if it was and still is too long.
My 310 is in the graveyard, unusable for me.

which mouse did you move to?

looking for one ergo for fps exclusively with exactly your same hand size

btw, do you use palm, claw?
Edited by pacopepe - 12/9/17 at 2:48pm
post #1382 of 1488
I finally got my Rival 310 today and I'm just delighted with it, fits good my large hands and it's very light.
I already feel that my aim improved with this mouse as its perfectly accurate. Only thing, this mouse is not suitable for fingertip grip,
I had been using such grip for ages but now I'm adjusting to claw grip and for it this mouse is perfect.
post #1383 of 1488
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Originally Posted by halflife View Post

I finally got my Rival 310 today and I'm just delighted with it, fits good my large hands and it's very light.
I already feel that my aim improved with this mouse as its perfectly accurate. Only thing, this mouse is not suitable for fingertip grip,
I had been using such grip for ages but now I'm adjusting to claw grip and for it this mouse is perfect.
My only few gripes with this mouse (before I returned it to Best Buy) is that the RMB is very narrow forcing you to grip it in a way where I'm trying to be aware not to move my middle finger too far to the right or I'll misclick. Also, when you go from a G403 with a spring tension system that pushes the button back up vs. the Rival 310's buttons where it feels like the switch is actually pushing the button back up, it makes for a different experience. I dunno about everyone else, but my copy had M1 and M2 buttons have some sway from side to side. I can actually feel the M1 button slide a bit whenever I tap it to fire my weapon in-game
post #1384 of 1488
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

My only few gripes with this mouse (before I returned it to Best Buy) is that the RMB is very narrow forcing you to grip it in a way where I'm trying to be aware not to move my middle finger too far to the right or I'll misclick. Also, when you go from a G403 with a spring tension system that pushes the button back up vs. the Rival 310's buttons where it feels like the switch is actually pushing the button back up, it makes for a different experience. I dunno about everyone else, but my copy had M1 and M2 buttons have some sway from side to side. I can actually feel the M1 button slide a bit whenever I tap it to fire my weapon in-game

Yep, I get a slight lateral movement on my M1 as well on the Sensei. I moreso notice it when holding and moving the mouse. It's not nearly as distracting as it was on the Lancehead, but still noticeable. I've yet to have the issue become super noticeable on my Rival, but I still need to put more hours into it.
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post #1385 of 1488
I know what u guys mean, I'm starting to feel that too as I play more. I own G402 which is probably similar to G403 and I can see the difference too when clicking. But still I feel that I'll favour rival for now.. Overall feeling when playing is kind of superior to other mouses I've owned.
post #1386 of 1488
For anyone who may have used both, is the Sensei 310 close in terms of shape to the Finalmouse Scream One? The S1 shape is almost perfect for me, but getting one that worked was a crapshoot and they are discontinued now anyway. I've tried the Nixeus Revel and it was too thin at the grip width for how much the back flared out for me. At a glance, the Sensei 310 doesn't seem to flare out quite as much and is more straight on the sides, but I haven't actually used it or been able to find comparison images to the S1.
post #1387 of 1488
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Originally Posted by pacopepe View Post

which mouse did you move to?

looking for one ergo for fps exclusively with exactly your same hand size

btw, do you use palm, claw?
I have the same handsize, and Rival 100/110 is the perfected size for me. Revel/Sensei is just too big.
post #1388 of 1488
To me the Sensei 310 is perfect size, its not as long as a ZA11, is more like a ZA12, but wider.
post #1389 of 1488
Really hope Steelseries fix their trash mouse buttons, Rival 310 is a nice mouse but the loose M1 button is driving me crazy.
post #1390 of 1488
I had that on mine
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