Summary: My favorite mouse, I almost want to buy several to keep as backups even with the elevated prices.
Pros: Customizable weight, two different grips, both of which feel awesome. Works for any grip type. Laser functions amazingly well. Tracking is great. Dual action scroll wheel, can be smooth or standard ratchet action
Cons: Cord gets weird knots than can catch on things
Summary: I really like this mouse and actually came here to purchase another, but it is no longer in stock and the prices from other online retailers and resellers are ridiculously high, within the 150 or higher range.
Pros: * Adjustable speed settings. * Long cable * Adjustable grip via covers * Adjustable weight via adding or removing included weights
Cons: * Cable began fraying and coming apart quickly after about 6 months. * Cable twisted within its casing and created knots that were difficult to get out (ended up just leaving knots as they were) * Adjustable speed settings are right under the left mouse button, which occasionally leads to acciden...
A good mouse for fingertip grips, but not at this bonkers price!
Andrew K., Amazon
8 June 2015
Summary: I bought this mouse because I use the rare fingertip grip style. So even though my hand is huge I wanted to keep the mouse small and agile. My G500 was just too big. This mouse has weights, two detachable shells, DPS buttons that can be remapped, rocker buttons for the wheel, two side buttons, all...
Great price compared to ones that don't come with the ...
Amazon Customer "gammamoth", Amazon
26 April 2015
Summary: Great price compared to ones that don't come with the cheesy logo, and one strip of electrical tape later you can't even see it. I like this mouse a lot, but coming from the MX518 I found it heavy, even with all the weights removed.
Summary: OVERVIEW: I've never owned a "gaming" mouse. The last FPS game I played on the PC was Call of Duty 2 (I've mutated to a console for that). However, when the latest-and-greatest Call of Duty arrives, the branded gear of yesteryear gets put on a fire sale, and I'm always there to scoop it up.
Summary: A very good mouse. I don't play Call of Duty, but at the time I bought it, this one was about $15 cheaper than the standard. Looking at the list price now it's probably not worth the price though ($239)!
Summary: Lastly is the fact that it didn't last very long, it was the shortest lifespan of a mouse I have yet to own even over a HP mouse that I have to use now on my super machine.
Pros: Great weight, Speed, and a lot of settings. Was nice addition to my G510 Keyboard. However its not apart of it anymore. I liked it for COJ.
Cons: I had this unique functioned mouse since Feb 2010, It worked fairly well. I hardly used the weights when I got it how i needed it. I find the cursor disappears a lot, a possible malfunction or a setting that I could not find to set. I really didn't like the slow, medium and fast setting because I...
Summary: Overall I was extremely disappointed in this mouse considering the price of around 70usd. I ended up not using except as a backup mouse, hardly used at all, yet the right mouse button still started losing inputs after less than a month when my main mouse died and I started using this constantly.
Pros: Non-slip grip Easy DPI switch under Mouse 1
Cons: Fit wasn't good The changeable covers weren't tight to the body, making it feel cheap--every time I picked it up the cover would come first, then the body, which just made it feel like it had loose pieces. Thumb buttons were too inset and hard to use during heat of battle. Right click stopped wor...