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post #11 of 65 (permalink) Old 07-18-2018, 04:32 PM
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I bought this one, it's on its way: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DNJV9FV/

I also saw this yesterday but I can't find it available for sale. Devil Skill Groza: http://global.11st.co.kr/product/Sel...No=2052762815#
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Please provide guidance, oh holy one. Did you translate the site? I really want to get one as well.
So sorry, man. Didn't see your reply.

I used an agent called Superbuy, which allows you to buy things from Chinese webpages, like Taobao. You just have to make an account, and paste the Taobao/GenericChineseWebsite link, it's pretty straightforward after that. They basically buy for you and send the items to their warehouse in mainland Choyna, then they can ship it to you internationally.

Do have in mind that the average shipping is around $35 using an agent. Superbuy is pretty good, and their customer support is truly the best and 24/7.

I'm not sure they are going to make another batch of mice, so I'd hurry up and get one. You can ask any of the Superbuy agents to ask for you any question you might have about the mouse. You could ask what's the weight to the seller, if it comes with extra feet, whatever.

They even send you photos of the items when they arrive at their warehouse, and you can ask for more detailed photos for just 2CNY per.

These are the photos they sent me.
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Thank you very much!
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Thank you very much!
Yeah, no problem. I also bought 2 of each of the original shells. You can find them on Taobao. Just type Logitech g9x and see the listings; I bought mousefeet, the shells and some other things from there, because close to $25 just to ship one single thing isn't worth it.
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Just bought this one too https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BZJ97ZG/ Looks pretty close to a Rival / Rival 300
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Quote: Originally Posted by senileoldman View Post
Yeah, no problem. I also bought 2 of each of the original shells. You can find them on Taobao. Just type Logitech g9x and see the listings; I bought mousefeet, the shells and some other things from there, because close to $25 just to ship one single thing isn't worth it.
great posts. so the mouse does not include the shells and have to be bought separately? having to find 2nd hand original shells seems a hard task.

could you share the links to the rest of the stuff you got for this mouse? thanks!

please share abit when you receive them like how's the sensor, build quality etc.
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Quote: Originally Posted by bovi77 View Post
great posts. so the mouse does not include the shells and have to be bought separately? having to find 2nd hand original shells seems a hard task.

could you share the links to the rest of the stuff you got for this mouse? thanks!

please share abit when you receive them like how's the sensor, build quality etc.
No, they don't include the shells. They only include the mouse and some weights inside the mouse weight tray that you can take out.

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...c-ef853328ff0d Mouse shells.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?&id=570009774507 Mouse.
https://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?sp...Id=80617541346 Competitive Mousefeet.
https://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?sp...=3188157825467 Perfomance Mousefeet.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...cket=18#detail Generic Mousefeet to try them out.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...cket=18#detail Tiger Gaming Mousefeet.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...cket=18#detail More Tiger Gaming Mousefeet.

That's all I bought related to the mouse.

Have in mind that the weight on a single mouse is around 226g's, the shells weight around 100g because they send you the shells in a huge box, the mousefeet around 40g each. My parcel ended up weighting 930g, so around $30 to ship it.

And I'll surely do when they arrive, I know many people were waiting for a G9x remake for years and this is the closest to anything like it.

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No, they don't include the shells. They only include the mouse and some weights inside the mouse weight tray that you can take out.

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...c-ef853328ff0d Mouse shells.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?&id=570009774507 Mouse.
https://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?sp...Id=80617541346 Competitive Mousefeet.
https://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?sp...=3188157825467 Perfomance Mousefeet.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...cket=18#detail Generic Mousefeet to try them out.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...cket=18#detail Tiger Gaming Mousefeet.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...cket=18#detail More Tiger Gaming Mousefeet.

That's all I bought related to the mouse.

Have in mind that the weight on a single mouse is around 226g's, the shells weight around 100g because they send you the shells in a huge box, the mousefeet around 40g each. My parcel ended up weighting 930g, so around $30 to ship it.

And I'll surely do when they arrive, I know many people were waiting for a G9x remake for years and this is the closest to anything like it.
You champ! can't wait for you to get them How fast is shipping at $30?
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You champ! can't wait for you to get them How fast is shipping at $30?
Well, it's surely taking its time. It's been 2 or 3 days without any updates. I'll let you know when the parcel finally arrives.
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So I received that G9 clone today (which I'll call the G9c). First thing I'll mention is that interestingly, the G9c's mousefeet are actually smaller than the actual G9x. I don't have my original G9 anymore but I'm pretty sure they were the same size as the G9x, so for whatever reason they simply decided to make the feet smaller. Along the same lines, the weight tray is actually slightly different on the G9c too so they aren't interchangeable (though I'd be surprised if anyone here will be using that). Next up is that while the Precision grip fits on the G9c, for whatever reason it sits very slightly lower than it does on the G9x, which causes it to drag with the stock feet. I tried replacing them with some generic IME3.0 feet I had but it wasn't any better, so unless my unit is just out of tolerance then you'll need some slightly thicker feet if you want to use a grip.

As far as the stock DPI steps go the lowest DPI step is 800, with the next ones being 1200, 1600 and 2000 (didn't check further than that since I don't care, but there are 7 total). The taobao page does mention 200-12000 DPI so perhaps there is some software to customize the steps? Cable is not amazing, though I have become spoiled by paracords and wireless mice anyway. But luckily this thing uses the standard size connector that most mice have rather than the smaller one the G9x uses, making it easy to swap out with any cables you'd already have.

Complaints out of the way, I'll move onto what I like. First is that aside from the aforementioned dragging issue, the actual G9x precision grip fits just fine (I'd say it's more secure actually, but that could be just due to my G9x wearing with age). Mouse wheel is actually pretty decent and the middle click is way better than the actual G9x. There's a bit of pretravel on the LMB/RMB but not too bad, and the clicks are fine (some type of blue Huanos as you'll see in the pictures below). The side buttons and DPI buttons are streets ahead of the original G9x; instead of whatever the mushy buttons Logitech used, they feel and sound distinctly mechanical on the G9c.

Weight of the G9c without a shell or tray is 70g vs 78g for the G9x (95g for the G9c with the precision grip). Build quality is fine, not gonna win any awards but definitely better than some of the generic mice I've had. As for performance I haven't done any in-game testing but I don't notice anything inherent terrible just mucking about, but I've included some mousetester plots (frequency does look a bit wonky, but I'm not well versed in reading this stuff so maybe it's normal?).

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