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post #51 of 60 (permalink) Old 11-27-2016, 01:24 AM
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It's great in my opinion, i switch between fk2/revel/dm 1 pro s and all of them are equally good.

Oh so the reduced width of the FK2 isn't noticiable compared to a Revel? I like FK1+ wide or Sensei wide and despite the Revel having the better sensor I'd get a FK2 if u tell me it doesn't feel that thinner, I just love the FK design, so sexy piece of gadget.
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Oh so the reduced width of the FK2 isn't noticiable compared to a Revel? I like FK1+ wide or Sensei wide and despite the Revel having the better sensor I'd get a FK2 if u tell me it doesn't feel that thinner, I just love the FK design, so sexy piece of gadget.
I've had FK1 for 8 months but never got used to how thin it is compared to Sensei. FK2 would be even thinner. Also Revel is slightly smaller than a Sensei, I believe it is somewhere between Kana and Sensei. If you want big ambi mouse DM1 Pros S would be you best bet, Scream One looks good on paper, but I've heard it has some issues.
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It's great in my opinion, i switch between fk2/revel/dm 1 pro s and all of them are equally good.

Is dm 1 pro s bigger than else?
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I've had FK1 for 8 months but never got used to how thin it is compared to Sensei. FK2 would be even thinner. Also Revel is slightly smaller than a Sensei, I believe it is somewhere between Kana and Sensei. If you want big ambi mouse DM1 Pros S would be you best bet, Scream One looks good on paper, but I've heard it has some issues.

Hey thanks for ur reply. Well yeah, a sensei feels nice in my palm.. too bad the DMPROS is having issues too. I'm considering to buy the Revel or a FK1+ since I liked it a lot when used it for some weeks. Now things would get really interesting if Zowie released an FK2+ *sigh*
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Is dm 1 pro s bigger than else?

yea.. it's exactly the same shape as the sensei if you ever used that..

I prefer the revel/fk2 because I always used the kana and I'm used to it's size.
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So I just picked one of these up and the clicks feel way softer then the red fk2 and za13 I have next to me. I'm not sure if the clicks are just that variable or if the smaller mice just tend towards harder clicks.
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So I just picked one of these up and the clicks feel way softer then the red fk2 and za13 I have next to me. I'm not sure if the clicks are just that variable or if the smaller mice just tend towards harder clicks.

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I've been using all of the iterations of the original FK shape since 2013 and recently switched from the BenQ FK2 to the FK1+. What's odd is that I didn't really like the FK1 shape but love the FK1+. I haven't been able to control a mouse this well since the MS IO 1.1.

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I've been using all of the iterations of the original FK shape since 2013 and recently switched from the BenQ FK2 to the FK1+. What's odd is that I didn't really like the FK1 shape but love the FK1+. I haven't been able to control a mouse this well since the MS IO 1.1.

Sounds interesting, the exact my thoughts after all FKs, maybe i need find a slightly used fk1+, don't want pay cosmic prices right now

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Might have just found close to endgame shape here, kind of like a bulkier G100s in hand so it's a tad more comfortable (though a touch too wide at the front maybe). Interestingly for my grip ZA13 works, and I need this biggest one from FK-series or it feels too small. 38mm height is definitely some kind of sweet spot for me.

Clicks feel quite easy to press, even spammable. Nothing like the smaller FK or ZA's.

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