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post #191 of 195 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 07:08 PM
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Meh, I partially agree. Side holes work very fine, but they are annoying. Not tedious, just annoying. I can survive with this, as clicks are better, side click are way better, scroll wheel is better and mouse is lighter...
BTW, still no smudges on blue...
I like the scroll wheel better on the phantom. Especially the middle click, the air 58 middle click is useless in game. But the clicks and side clicks are better on the phantom.

I'll be picking up the glorious odin mouse when that comes out for sure though.
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I saw there will be 4 different Odin. First one will be the O model. I think the following will be the D, I and N models. Personally, I can't stand RGB anymore...

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I'm using Air58 with GT-5000 grip tape and it's perfect. Buttons, shape, everything. But I still bought GPW for 159 €. Comparing these two Air58 pretty much destroys GPW. Shape is better, lighter, buttons wayyyyyyy better. RJN saying GPW is #1 mouse is near delusional tbh. Main buttons are below average and they are the most important thing on a mouse after shape.
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I'm using Air58 with GT-5000 grip tape and it's perfect. Buttons, shape, everything. But I still bought GPW for 159 €. Comparing these two Air58 pretty much destroys GPW. Shape is better, lighter, buttons wayyyyyyy better. RJN saying GPW is #1 mouse is near delusional tbh. Main buttons are below average and they are the most important thing on a mouse after shape.
it is hard to give a F about RJNs opinion, but I prefer GPW much better than air58 in every aspect.

which only proves again that it is subjective.
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I like the shape and love the weight of that mouse. Can only recommend though to people who don't give a damn about scroll wheel functionality. The wheel of my mouse broke a few weeks ago, now it's just spinning freely. Did some google'ing and saw previous finalmouse products having the same problem. So looks like they haven't learned much. I have owned more than 20 gaming mice and never had such wheel issue before.


I was suggested to return it to receive store credit. Unfortunately afaik there's no good alternative to the size and weight (60 grams is addicting) of air58 so I might keep the mouse even with its broken wheel.
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