Originally Posted by plyr
Just installed on my mamba wireless, its very good, better than the original.
But, there's a slight issue with this type of mouse feet, the very center never actually stay glued, so if you apply these and store the mouse somewhere, next time you pick it up, the feet will come right off.
Well as I asked before about how they round the feet, it's same same crappy way Corepad does it, except corepad ones have the center falldown giving them the 2 peaks and center will stay glued on. Again these look as if they are punched out on some soft material, meaning yes the edges are curved but the whole pad is warped/curved, the edges aren't crushed down by force much they are bent down. Seems like they don't use a metal bed with a high pressure press to cut these, at least to me, as that should result in the edges getting cut and crushed without pads bending like this.
Originally Posted by Blze001
Silly question from someone who isn't well versed in the art of mice: would feet like this benefit heavy mice too? Or do they primarily improve lighter ones. My G602 is quite the fatty.
Feet have nothing to do with mouse weight. Actually the more force from gravity there is the more important contact surface/feet are. If you want to nitpick.
Originally Posted by dontspamme
How thick are they?
Originally Posted by Brumor
Are these thicker or thinner than Corepad feet?
I just put both into a packet, do I gotta take a caliper out and measure them? Guess I do... They seemed same thickness to my eyes.
Tigers come separated with a light brown backing/glue on them and a thin clear foil.
Corepads come stuck together on a "3M" paper.
Both are around 0.9mm with their curve and backing.
Without curve around 0.8mm with backing.
Corepad pure glide material thickness, no backing, no glue, no curve, 0.525mm.
As almost all feet they are the same thickness and that's what you want anyway as altering height alters sensor distance from pad.
I would say the Tiger's glide a little better but I have to wait before installing them on my mouse. It's too bad they didn't round the edges proper, guess it costs too much to use a proper press/cut machine.