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Are these feet any good? i just order my roccat kone plus which i previously had which died on me. It was a great mouse ive decided to take another risk with it. I would like to straight away put better feet on. Are the corepad skatez anygood?
post #2 of 6
Get hyperglides
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Get hyperglides
I would if they sold them in england somewere. And they dont do roccat kone feet.
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Just got them for the xai. They made less noise on my 9HD than the puretrak do. Also less friction and the scraping feeling you get with the puretrak. I like how they are 100% teflon because I didn't like puretrak mix of teflon and liked the default xai skates of 100% teflon. Overall they are performing well.

P.S
The only issue I heard of with the corepad is they are hard to remove because to the strong 3m glue. However I havent even thought about removing them for anything else.
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Just got them for the xai. They made less noise on my 9HD than the puretrak do. Also less friction and the scraping feeling you get with the puretrak. I like how they are 100% teflon because I didn't like puretrak mix of teflon and liked the default xai skates of 100% teflon. Overall they are performing well.

P.S
The only issue I heard of with the corepad is they are hard to remove because to the strong 3m glue. However I havent even thought about removing them for anything else.
The Puretrak ones are trash. I bought a set for my Xai, used them for a day then took them off. To start, they were so thin that I didn't even feel comfortable taking the original Xai feet off and putting them back in place. Then, they didn't even properly fit the slots on the bottom of the Xai. Then, they just felt like crap. Scratchy and much more friction than even the heavily worn down stock Xai feet.

I would much prefer to have gotten Hyperglides, but they don't have them for the Xai for some reason.
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I prefer Hyperglides as well, but they don't sell them cut for the G500 either (and the G5/7 models don't quite fit). Thus, I ended up getting corepadz, and I'm happy with them. I miss the rounded edges of hyperglides, but they are quality feet.
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