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post #31 of 40 (permalink) Old 06-20-2018, 07:52 PM
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Okay, so that was a LOT more expensive than I was expecting. Would NOT recommend using them for small packages, like packets of mouse feet, at least if you live in the US. If you’re ordering something big, though, I suppose the shipping is reasonable.

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I've been using the Master feet on my G502 for past few weeks.
Ordered my from this US eBay seller; https://www.ebay.com/usr/menofmice

They have quite a different feel, not as smooth as other hotlines or corepad.
However, they do feel more accurate (eg won't overshoot as they have a little more friction.)
I really like the feel on my G440 mouse mat less so my cloth one.
As I do some graphics work, I do like the smoothness but might have to up my DPI in some games.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Kommando Kodiak View Post
Just to confirm, you took off the plastic film on the feet first before using them, right?
I know, old thread, but, is the plastic film you guys are talking about still a thing?

I got my mouse feet today too, I can play around the edges with my nails all day, nothing comes off. Did they get rid of it, or am I...?
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post #35 of 40 (permalink) Old 12-27-2018, 12:02 PM
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I know, old thread, but, is the plastic film you guys are talking about still a thing?

I got my mouse feet today too, I can play around the edges with my nails all day, nothing comes off. Did they get rid of it, or am I...?
Look in the post above yours , see that second picture look closely the film is visible on the feet sheet
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Depends on which feet you get. The ones for my G403 had plastic, the ones for my G Pro Wireless did not.

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so are these faster or slower than stock g303/g pro wired etc?
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so are these faster or slower than stock g303/g pro wired etc?
Much slower. I'm still looking for something even slower though, unfortunately. If anyone has any ideas I'd love to know!
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Much slower. I'm still looking for something even slower though, unfortunately. If anyone has any ideas I'd love to know!
I have tried just using a hole puncher on one of those black DIY teflon sheets without doing anything to chamfer the edges. they were really scratchy and I don't recommend doing nothing to the edges if you try this, but making sure feet have a little bit of an edge can help with stopping on some pads after really fast swipes.

I have not tried this and honestly it sounds terrible to me for texture reasons, but some people have said microfiber mouse pads are pretty slow. I don't know how worthwhile it is to trust people with how "slow" they say things are tho since it sounds like you're like me and maybe think qck+/a lot of normal cloth pads can be a bit too hard to stop on haha
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I have tried just using a hole puncher on one of those black DIY teflon sheets without doing anything to chamfer the edges. they were really scratchy and I don't recommend doing nothing to the edges if you try this, but making sure feet have a little bit of an edge can help with stopping on some pads after really fast swipes.

I have not tried this and honestly it sounds terrible to me for texture reasons, but some people have said microfiber mouse pads are pretty slow. I don't know how worthwhile it is to trust people with how "slow" they say things are tho since it sounds like you're like me and maybe think qck+/a lot of normal cloth pads can be a bit too hard to stop on haha
Yeah, we're probably similar in that regard haha. I'm on a very old black G-SR right now and still wish I could find a pad slower - I've looked everywhere with no luck so far.

I've tried a lot of different DIY stuff with feet and although I want something very slow, I'm definitely picky in that I don't want it to feel scratchy at all. Slow and smooth is what I'm after.
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