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The Roccat Kova+ is perfect for my style of fingertip grip but I have heard bad things about their pricing and support in NA.
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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Domino View Post
One of the local shops does online price matching. It looks like the G9x can be had for as low as 77 CAD. Which clip-on are you using for the G9x?
I've only owned this mouse for a week or so, so I don't have a particular preference--both grips feel good. As you prefer smooth mouse pads, the precision grip might be better for you, as it should give you more control. The sculpted shape of it means that it slots right into my hand. The same can be said for the XL grip, but its grip is very slippery.

Logitech also sells blank ID grips via their parts store. As a blank, it costs £7 (<50% of the cost of an ID grip). From what I've heard, it effectively turns the G9x into a G500, albeit with a lower profile.

In a nutshell, go for the G9x, play around with the grips and see how you get on.
    
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post #13 of 13
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I tend to be VERY picking and can't seem to find any mice that really fit my play style.

logitech g1. neutral mouse (no seriously... G3 was the best)

jk.

ikari has to be the best mouse i ever grip on(next to IE3.0). i'm using kone+ now, shape is no different to G5/G500 etc.
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