Summary: Idk if Amazon has a bad batch or not, but this mouse is really solid. I got mine at Microcenter for $25 give or take, and it's still living after a year. The mouse fits perfectly in my hand, but the only thing I hate is the grey surface. It has this cheap plastic feel that builds up a lot of crap.
Summary: Was okay at first, noticed right away it felt cheap and weird for the price of the product though. After a month or two I got the dreaded double click problem where every click registers as two. Replaced it with DA2013 and haven't regretted it. Would avoid this mouse at all costs.
Summary: Like other reviewers my left mouse button started double clicking with only 1 click. I owned a Ikari Laser Mouse before this one that developed the same issue (after ~2 years). Very frustrating to have 2 clicks when you only wanted one.
Summary: I've purchased this mouse twice, and I've now replaced it twice. Without question, it was a great mouse until it broke. None of the nonsense you see with other gaming mice like overdone driver packages and 20 programmable buttons sticking out in every direction; just a straight-forward,...
Summary: I was looking for an affordable gaming mouse with a decent size to it, and preferrably one that wasn't ambidextrous. The Ikari fits the bill nicely. I have somewhat larger hands ( about 7 inches from the base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger), and this mouse is the perfect size.
Summary: PROS: When it works, it works normal. That's it. CONS: When this mouse works, it does its job, but that's only for the one year it even lasts. I was playing games online and a friend told me it is a very comfortable mouse for people with big hands, he was right.
Summary: This is the 3rd Ikari steel series mouse I have owned, not because the others broke but because my family members also loved them and kept stealing them from me! The mouse casing iv very sleek and durable, the LED serial code display is pretty cool. The cable is wrapped in (nylon?
Summary: I bought this mouse in February (it's now July) and unfortunately it has fallen victim to the "double-click of doom". Anytime you click once, you get two for the price of one! It's really not as fun as it sounds.