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NICK please anwser this question. What retailer will be selling the valor in the uk? i am not ordering direct as it will be too much and i may not like the mouse. So a return in the uk would be easier.

I am a palm and claw hybrid. Would this mouse suit me?
We are working with CCL Computers (cclonline.com) in an effort to stock our products directly in the UK. CCL is not yet a confirmed dealer for PureTrak as of right now however we are expecting for this to change sometime in the next 1-2 weeks.

The Valor will be a perfect fit for your grip style. While the overall shape of the Valor is that of a "palm" style grip, it provides extra height to help cater to those that are used to "claw" grip mice as well.
post #272 of 1594
In for one because why not.
post #273 of 1594
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We offer a return program very similar to the one you're speaking of from amazon for our current products. Within 14 days of receiving your item, you are able to return your purchase for a full refund minus the shipping returned shipping costs (typically no more than $6.00USD for US based returns) providing the product(s) in question are in the same condition in which you received them. You will simply contact our support department and they will further guide you in the returning process.
Thank you, glad to hear.
post #274 of 1594
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We are working with CCL Computers (cclonline.com) in an effort to stock our products directly in the UK. CCL is not yet a confirmed dealer for PureTrak as of right now however we are expecting for this to change sometime in the next 1-2 weeks.

The Valor will be a perfect fit for your grip style. While the overall shape of the Valor is that of a "palm" style grip, it provides extra height to help cater to those that are used to "claw" grip mice as well.
I though lower mice were better for claw? I have never heard of ccl. I though you would of got amazon or play.com
post #275 of 1594
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I though lower mice were better for claw? I have never heard of ccl. I though you would of got amazon or play.com
It varies completely on what you're preference is. Typically, when you put your hand out and make a "claw" style grip you can see there is quite a bit of arc in your hand that would theoretically work better with a mouse that has a larger height so it better conforms to your hand. Again, all personal preference . I personally feel the Valor caters to both ends of the spectrum (obviously not to the die hard claw-style users) but for those who can go between the two, it makes an excellent fit.
post #276 of 1594
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5). The mouse has a good weight to it when the weights are removed. A similar user asked me how it was compared to the Deathadder and my response was that it was pretty much on par weight wise with the Deathadder (maybe slightly lighter).
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Without the weights, this mouse will weigh just short of 70g with perfect 50/50 weight distribution. With weights, you're looking at 169g and slightly bottom heavy.
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PureTrak Kevin: With the weights in, it will feel considerably heavier. Take the weights out and you will be on par with the Deathadder while slightly lighter than the Xai.
Doesn't really make sense if I look at DA and Xai weight (not counting that the Xai is lighter than the DA).
post #277 of 1594
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Doesn't really make sense if I look at DA and Xai weight (not counting that the Xai is lighter than the DA).
Don't worry. Our guinea pigs who preordered will reveal the truth, about the mass AND the lift off distance.
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post #278 of 1594
Yeah if the weight is up in the deathadder range I'll be disappointed.

I should pull the gram scale out and test all my mice. We could use some more data.
post #279 of 1594
CCL are a great company....have used them loads and importantly their customer service is superb.
post #280 of 1594
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Yeah if the weight is up in the deathadder range I'll be disappointed.

I should pull the gram scale out and test all my mice. We could use some more data.
Yes! gram scales are not just for you know what!
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