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post #11 of 99 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 06:45 AM
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Tiger Gaming have released rounded edge feet for a variety of mice and some of the more popular mice as well, most notably for the Finalmouse Ultralight / Air58, GPW, Rival and Zowie models. Finally got my hands on some of the Tiger Gaming rounded-edge mouse-feet. I've done a sound test against various mouse surfaces compared against Hotline Competition and also stock feet for ease of reference. Tests have been done against the SteelSeries QCK Heavy / S&S / 5L and also the Icemat I-2. I also post some close-ups of Tiger's rounded feet versus Hotline's Competition feet and stock feet, all from Microsoft's Intellimouse series.


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Good stuff man. Gonna order some to try out for myself

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Quote: Originally Posted by takasta View Post
Tests have been done against the SteelSeries QCK Heavy / S&S / 5L and also the Icemat I-2. I also post some close-ups of Tiger's rounded feet versus Hotline's Competition feet and stock feet, all from Microsoft's Intellimouse series.
Damn, Hyper Glide has to watch out here because in walks a real competitor that might just tip the balance in ultimate skatez, for everyone's mouse model.

PLEASE provide as many feet for the the current line of mice that are out there.

Love your review and it seems yours may the very first that presents actual audio performance, for Mouse Freaks that use their device every day and night.
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Quote: Originally Posted by takasta View Post
Tiger Gaming have released rounded edge feet for a variety of mice and some of the more popular mice as well, most notably for the Finalmouse Ultralight / Air58, GPW, Rival and Zowie models. Finally got my hands on some of the Tiger Gaming rounded-edge mouse-feet. I've done a sound test against various mouse surfaces compared against Hotline Competition and also stock feet for ease of reference. Tests have been done against the SteelSeries QCK Heavy / S&S / 5L and also the Icemat I-2. I also post some close-ups of Tiger's rounded feet versus Hotline's Competition feet and stock feet, all from Microsoft's Intellimouse series.
These look very interesting. I just ordered two sets from you, one for my G403 and the other for my Rival 600. Thanks for the review. What are your typical shipping times to Australia?

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Anyone already know around what it would cost to ship these to the East Coast U.S? Now that we have three different companies producing pure PTFE feet, price + shipping will be a factor now, especially if they're made the same way as Hyperglides. That, and it does take Hyperglide a long time to release a set for a mouse model, if they do at all. I'm always up for a set that fits my mouse perfectly, unless the stock feet take up a lot of surface area.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Avalar View Post
Anyone already know around what it would cost to ship these to the East Coast U.S? Now that we have three different companies producing pure PTFE feet, price + shipping will be a factor now, especially if they're made the same way as Hyperglides. That, and it does take Hyperglide a long time to release a set for a mouse model, if they do at all. I'm always up for a set that fits my mouse perfectly, unless the stock feet take up a lot of surface area.
Shipping to Australia from itaktek was only $1.70USD so I would assume around that or less for shipping to the US. I hope they are good too. I can never get hyperglides because they either don't make feet for the mouse in question, or if they do it's sold out wherever I look (e.g. G403) so I've been buying hotline games instead. I do like the hotline competition feet but they are noisy, probably due to the sharp edges. These look like they will be a lot quieter.

Edit: Turns out Hyperglides for the G403 are available on their website, I just couldn't figure out how to use it lol. Oh well, new stuff is always interesting and the Tiger feet come with a sensor ring which the Hyperglides don't include.

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mine just arrived

I haven't played with them yet, but they feel like new hyperglides upon just putting them on the mouse (I don't have new hyperglides on another mouse to directly compare, but they're at least pretty similar)

will update again after breaking them in a little bit. they feel like they're probably pretty nice

first impressions for anyone interested


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Don't like how they are rounded, they took off too much material. Will last less an possibly sink easier in softer pads.
Plus it looks like there is a pretty distinct ridge line a the bottom of the "arch", could be just the picture.

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Where to buy for FinalMouse Ultralight?
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Where to buy for FinalMouse Ultralight?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Tiger-Gamin...Mevw:rk:5:pf:0

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this is the ebayshop of takasta

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