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post #2621 of 3822
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Originally Posted by Rayleyne View Post

Don't honestly see why people love these so much i've had 2 MMO 7's and a RAT 9 die from similar symptoms tbh

Which were...?
post #2622 of 3822
I'll make a parallel with cars.
Mouses and handwheels always in hand, sports cars, luxury cars, dont have plastic handwheel and less glossy but leather or alcantara. There is some reasons.
Soft touch is for mouses what leather is for handwheels.
post #2623 of 3822
Ive had to rma a mmo7 once and I would do it again (not that id like too-shipping costs suck) because of what the mouse adds to my gaming experience, it makes it easier and more relaxing. For example, I am not good with kb layout for key mapping, there is a lot of keys on that keyboard and I don't want/cant remember all the mappings. I now just push a key the mouse, its natural and feels right. That said for me its heavy and cumbersome as a every day clicker mouse (plus everyday clicker mice get used by everybody in the home ) so ive picked up a Mamba Elite 2012 for general use. Its light, comfortable and sexy too. Both have their good and bad points and each has been purchased for a specific use. The MMO7 does what it does amazingly and the odd quirk can be overlooked for that.

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post #2624 of 3822
I agree! I love my M.M.O.7! I couldn't imagine not having all the controls it has. I've never had any problems out of mine. I like my Cyborg Keyboard V7 but that Strike7 has my mouth watering... Just that price is out of my range right now. =[ I gotta say I will miss the Cyborg brand name. I loved the logo but it is understandable how it's moving to MadCatz logo now. I might have to rename my software MadCatz Auto-Profiler down the line now. =p
post #2625 of 3822
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Originally Posted by Mad Catz Rich View Post

Which were...?

The Mmo 7 cords became faulty after about 2 -3 months of use, IT was a great mouse with all its features but for a wired mouse it didn't last long, The cord on the receiver for the rat 9 is faulty and its right click doesn't work, Granted it has lasted longer (A year now)


The addon for wow for the mmo 7 (Which is the sole reason i bought it after my rat 9 started getting funky) Doesn't work properly, It works vaguely at best and i've found the software in the desktop to be very buggy at times, My Keyboard works fine though.
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post #2626 of 3822
Been thinking of getting one of these mice, how do they compair to a logitech g9x or a razer orochi? I have both of those now.

Better I assume, but about weight, button feel, overall build quality?

Im mainly interested in the "sniper button" but would like to know about the rest of the mouse too smile.gif
post #2627 of 3822
Does anyone know how long it usually takes to hear back from support? As stated in my previous post I sent in a support request (4 days ago) but have yet to hear anything.

Has anyone had any luck ordering a replacement mouse wheel to fix it themselves when the axle breaks?
post #2628 of 3822
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Originally Posted by ejohnson View Post

Been thinking of getting one of these mice, how do they compair to a logitech g9x or a razer orochi? I have both of those now.

Better I assume, but about weight, button feel, overall build quality?

Im mainly interested in the "sniper button" but would like to know about the rest of the mouse too smile.gif


Weight is heavy, button feel is one of my favorites ever, extremely crisp, no mush, and fairly good build quality. Some have some issues.

 

I absolutely adored the sniper button. Can't stand to play bf3 without it now.

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post #2629 of 3822
Thanks, just what I needed. Now I need to convince the wife that I need another mouse....
post #2630 of 3822
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Originally Posted by zeroibis View Post

Does anyone know how long it usually takes to hear back from support? As stated in my previous post I sent in a support request (4 days ago) but have yet to hear anything.

Has anyone had any luck ordering a replacement mouse wheel to fix it themselves when the axle breaks?

Try their chat feature, they usually respond within minutes there. You should contact your store for a replacement though.
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