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Wicked Bunny Rapid RGB Mouse Review 3389 Unique Shape German ZF Switches

I have 20.5cm x 11cm hands, and this little mouse surprised me with its unique shape:


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Great, so i don't have to write the test myself

No issues with the sensor and the polling is perfectly fine and up par with my logitech mice.








The sidewall flex and button activation is fairly easy for me but never happened accidentally. The mousewheel click is the easiest i have ever whitnessed. The shape is very specific, so it either works or it doesn't and in my opinion it is a pure clawmouse.

The best feature is the forward sensor position (8mm ish off center towards the front of the mouse), which i love.

After using the software tuning i had to replug the mouse or it wouldn't work correctly (not sure if this feature even correctly works).

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How grippy are the sides?

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How grippy are the sides?
Very, it is not really soft rubber but on the harder side, it gets more grippy though if you warm it up due to skin contact.

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It seems like a really great mouse. And it's refreshing to see innovation after so many clones have been released lately.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Athrutep View Post
Great, so i don't have to write the test myself

No issues with the sensor and the polling is perfectly fine and up par with my logitech mice.

The best feature is the forward sensor position (8mm ish off center towards the front of the mouse), which i love.
Have already put in an Amazon Order for this model.

Damn so many Mice coming down to Convict Town, just hope AusPost doesn't decide to steal my gear away because these items are fully paid pieces of excitement.

Hoping ScoMo ignores any Tax requirements here because that parasite, is on the lookout to shake down people like me as soon as it arrives to my border.
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The only thing that seems a little less than optimal in this mouse is the size of the feet. The small contact area could impact glide quality a bit. Glorious fixed that with the model D.

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I've tried these switches and they are really bad. Everything looks electrically good, they are gold plated etc., but mechanically they feel terrible. Very mushy.
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I've tried these switches and they are really bad. Everything looks electrically good, they are gold plated etc., but mechanically they feel terrible. Very mushy.
Personal preference, i don't think they are that bad. Of course they can't compete with Logitech clicks, but they are fine. They feel very similar to the zowie divina S series clicks, which are fine. Also you have tried "these switches" or you have tried this particular mouse?




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Have already put in an Amazon Order for this model.

Damn so many Mice coming down to Convict Town, just hope AusPost doesn't decide to steal my gear away because these items are fully paid pieces of excitement.

Hoping ScoMo ignores any Tax requirements here because that parasite, is on the lookout to shake down people like me as soon as it arrives to my border.
Let me know how you like it.



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The only thing that seems a little less than optimal in this mouse is the size of the feet. The small contact area could impact glide quality a bit. Glorious fixed that with the model D.
For sure, the mouse feet are small and not very high. So i would say it works best on either hardpads or cloth mousepads that are on the thinner side like 3mm , it works fine on my Dreammachines DM Pad and the mp510.

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Also you have tried "these switches" or you have tried this particular mouse?
I'm talking about the switches, if I meant the mouse I would have said so. I have a few of almost every mouse switch ever made, and the ZF switches are *really* bad. A worse-feeling mechanical switch does not come to mind.
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