Summary: For years I have used right handed mice and suffered the wrist ache as a result, Lets face it paying extra for a left hand mouse is shameful to the manufacturers and an insult to us lefties. This is my first left hander and as soon as I put my hand on it, it felt great, like it belonged in my hand. The wheel can be a bit clunky when scrolling but it has a great tactile feel so no slipping under finger. The wheel button is positive and solid.
Summary: That's why I got it, It's a great mouse, I normally wouldn't pay as much as this but I wanted a good mouse so I tried a couple of ambidextrous ones first and then got this, I'm glad I did, This is the best one, I also have big hands and it's not a problem.
Summary: I've had my Razer DeathAdder 3500 for a while now and have also tried other mice from Logitech and SteelSeries, this is still by far my favorite. I still remember after purchasing it I fired up one of my most frequently played fps games and immediately noticed a huge improvement in accuracy and smoothness. Since then it has served me well, taken quite a beating and still functions as it did originally.
Summary: Having compromised with universal mice for years and years, having looked on in envy with each new release of gaming mice, I was delighted to discover that Razer released one of their most popular mice as a left handed edition. Having used the mouse daily for the last couple of years, it still performs perfectly. Ive played over 1000 hours of Battlefield 3, now smashing it on Battlefield 4 (Which is quite a poor game!) and I have no plans to buy another mouse yet.