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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-04-2019, 11:43 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Zammin View Post
If you bought the Skoll through amazon you should be able to return for either a refund or replacement. That's what I would do in this case.
Unfortunately, I already paracorded it, replaced its feet and covered it in Lizardskins.


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I have the Hati and while I haven't used it much, it has some build quality issues. The shell is kinda flimsy and the the main buttons had an atrocious amount of vertical freeplay in them that I had to open the mouse up to fix. Couldn't return/replace because I bought from X-Raypad.
I ordered my Hati from X-Raypads, too.
Returning it there would cost me as much as I paid for it in the first place.

Couldn't order it from any Amazon site (they won't deliver to my country. But will deliver the Sköll; figure that one out).
And Maxgaming did not have it in stock.

If my Hati turns out to be buggy, I'm done with obscure Chinese brands forever.

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Unfortunately, I already paracorded it, replaced its feet and covered it in Lizardskins.




I ordered my Hati from X-Raypads, too.
Returning it there would cost me as much as I paid for it in the first place.

Couldn't order it from any Amazon site (they won't deliver to my country. But will deliver the Sköll; figure that one out).
And Maxgaming did not have it in stock.

If my Hati turns out to be buggy, I'm done with obscure Chinese brands forever.
Do you want me to send you an older driver software to try for your Skoll?

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Do you want me to send you an older driver software to try for your Skoll?
Thanks, but no thanks.

I think it's a hardware related problem with my unit.

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Thanks, but no thanks.

I think it's a hardware related problem with my unit.
Okay no problem. Sorry it didn't work out. I guess the only thing I can recommend is to run it without the lexip ceramic feet. I put IE 3.0 hyperglides on mine and it's super smooth. Tiger arcs or Hotline Masters would be great too. It's a decent mouse but that hardware fault with yours is very unfortunate. I'd be annoyed with it too considering it's not a cheap mouse.

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Okay no problem. Sorry it didn't work out. I guess the only thing I can recommend is to run it without the lexip ceramic feet.
The problem with that is that once you're addicted to these feet, you're hooked for life. ;D

Not sure I ever can go back.
Kinda wish I never tried them in the first place. :/

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