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post #2471 of 2485 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 08:16 AM
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^ I got that impression from reading comments on Tiger Arcs as well, but in this review for the GPW feet https://www.reddit.com/r/MouseReview...ogitech_g_pro/ they're saying the Tiger Arcs are slower the stock feet. Anyone know what's going on?
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post #2472 of 2485 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 08:39 AM
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You actually need to use the mouse for a while so the feet brake in a bit.. that guy probably just slammed them on and did his 'review' hence the inconsistencies.. My take.
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Yea, looks like that's the case, cause in the Tiger Arc thread someone said the GPW feet didn't have the plastic film on the mouse-facing side (which I thought might have been the cause). Thanks.
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post #2474 of 2485 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 01:50 PM
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My apologies if this has already been mentioned here (I've only just joined the thread) but Tiger Arc feet are meant to be very comparable to hyperglides and they're easily attainable through Takasta (iTakTech), Ebay or Ali Express. I've got a set on my G403 and they're pretty nice. I don't own any hyperglides but quite a few people in the Tiger Arc thread here on OCN have said they feel equally as good.
Thanks, Zammin. I'm probably going to order those, been using Hotline Master feet for a few months now and am not really enjoying them so i'd be more than happy to replace them with something else.

Edit: Ordered them.

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My first GPW (Amazon warehouse) was built 32nd week of 2018 (early August) and had both very bad button rubbing and double-clicking issues on both left and right buttons. My new one I got just today is 16th week of 2019 (mid-April) and the buttons are flawless. It also takes a lot of strange button pushing to get them to rub, though gap between them is the same though. I assume the underlying hinge has been reinforced. The stock skates are a lot worse though, they seem a lot thinner and have sharp edges, unlike the old one's slightly thicker, rounded skates. This leads to some rubbing on my MP510, though I'm picking up some Corepads from the post office tomorrow.
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I think I've said it here, but yeah, the Tiger Arc feet are fantastic. Hyperglides have become harder to find these days for the amount of mice I take interest in, and Takasta never seems to have that problem. Even Takasta's standard feet for the G403/703 were worlds better than the stock feet. At this point, I immediately look to Takasta for mouse feet. Even Corepadz seem more easily available.

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I think I've said it here, but yeah, the Tiger Arc feet are fantastic. Even Takasta's standard feet for the G403/703 were worlds better than the stock feet. At this point, I immediately look to Takasta for mouse feet.
The Pez-man is right here.

Tiger has come out of left field with this surprise rounded feet for a lot of popular mice models. Already have stocked up on quite a few for the juniors to apply to their own models when they arrive.

Takasta saw a gap in the market place and sure enough he filled it with something decent in the area of mouse feet, just need to see how long they will last. Regardless, even if I wear out some of them shall buy more and replace the worn out ones with his latest feet gear.

For myself, he's taken over the area that HyperGlides once stood alone in. We finally have some really good quality Gaming Feet that perform above expectations here.
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Quickly throwing my opinion on these Tiger's into the ring:

They are great, pretty much indistinguishable in glide from Hyperglides as far as i can tell, mouse sits stable on the pad, feet are pretty even. Glue holds very well, that's a pet peeve of mine (As i've had some bad experiences with other brands) and is one reason why i always stuck with Hyperglides and Hotlines in the past. Not only did those stick well but were relatively easy to remove, even months after the fact, without leaving a lot of residue behind. Obviously though i don't know yet how these Tiger's will fare in regards to the latter.
And yeah, what else is there to say really? Sticks well, feels good, looks good. For those waiting for Hyperglides availability, definitely consider these.

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So, I'm thinking about buying Hyperglide for my G pro wireless
However I got corepad feet on including the ring, they are 0.8mm according to the site.
Hyperglide are 0.85mm it says, since hyperglide do not include a ring. Should I just leave the corepad ring on with hyperglide feet.
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^good question. I want to know too. In my case I can leave the stock ring + hyperglides or corepad ring + hyperglides like you are planning. Or just don't use the ring at all.
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