What is your favourite mouse?

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On my second Razer Deathadder but being a claw person..still miss my old Microsoft intellimouse for the smaller size & feel. (& side buttons on each side).
 
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Just got a Logitech 502 light speed today, to replace my trusty MX Revolution that’s been in use since around 2008.

Not 100% convinced as yet, the shape, although similar to the Revolution doesn’t support the palm of the hand (I’ve got quite big hands) and my hand aches after a short while using it. I also miss the auto-shift mouse wheel (click/free) and the side wheel from the Revolution.

Hopefully it’s just adjusting after 14 years with the same mouse, but ideally I’d love an MX Revolution with a modern gaming sensor in it.
 
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Logitech G305 swapping out AA battery for AAA lithium and a small ball of tin foil, amazing value for a great performing wireless mouse.
 
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Logitech g pro wireless Great mouse light and good Battery life as well. Replace my razer naga which I had for years
 
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I've been using a Steelseries Sensei Ten for around a year now. Great mouse - the size and weight are perfect for me (I play with my fingertips at high sens) and good sensor. That replaced my Deathadder which I liked but was a touch heavy for me, when the buttons started playing up (double click issues) after probably around 8 years of usage. I also used a Zowie EC2 for a bit which was nice until the coating started peeling off after less than a year.
 
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Went from a venerable Logitech G9x, which lasted the best part of a decade, to a Zowie EC2-A, which was a solid mouse. Decided to go for a G502 Hero as the shape was similar to the G9x but the double click issue surfaced after about 14 months and Logitech support were pretty useless. Now have a Glorious Model O wireless which is brilliant.
 
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Right now it's both the Kone Pure Ultra and the Burst Pro from Roccat.

I like to claw grip and find both of them a great fit for my hand.
 
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My hands aren't even particularly big, quite average sized, but any mouse smaller than the Deathadder Elite just feels uncomfortable. Hybrid palm/claw but a little more palm I'd say.

It really is the perfect mouse, also just feels smoother than competitor mice I own/have tried.
 

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My hands aren't even particularly big, quite average sized, but any mouse smaller than the Deathadder Elite just feels uncomfortable. Hybrid palm/claw but a little more palm I'd say.

It really is the perfect mouse, also just feels smoother than competitor mice I own/have tried.

Everybody I've read that uses the Deathadder Elite said they have big hands. What's the measurements of your hand?
 

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That is very interesting. Same hand size. Mine is 18 by 10. When I tried the Deathadder Elite it was too big for me.
 
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That is very interesting. Same hand size. Mine is 18 by 10. When I tried the Deathadder Elite it was too big for me.

Claw grip though? Smaller mice (e.g. Logitech G305 which I have next to me) just feel awkward to use. I think I may be a full palm gripper lol
 
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I'd say I'm kind of hybrid. I jump between claw and palm.

Yeah since typing that I've been playing around with my hand on the Deathadder and I think I'm hybrid too. Maybe the bigger mouse and palm just feels more natural though as it's what I played all my hours on CSGO with..
 
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+1 for the g502 (i have the wired version). Price varies but it can be had for about £30.

ps, having a decent surface (large mouse mat or gaming mat) also makes for a much nicer experience.

I use Logitech G402 which is definitely the best mouse I've had, tracking is spot on. Nice and light, not too bulky and plenty of buttons (8). It's 4 years old now and still looks and functions like new, feet are still nice and thick aswell.

Can get the them for around £30 also.

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I currently own two wired G502 which I mostly get on fine with. Sometimes I feel a bit sluggish in close combat flick type situations so on a whim I've ended up buying a Razer Viper Ultimate and selling on one of my G502's.
A day later I also bought a G Pro wireless for £40 so will keep one for my laptop and one for my desktop.
I've got a G305 too but find it a little on the small side. Great mouse though.
 
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