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Artisan mousepads ?
Azerbaijan Tungun 
Are they godlike or what? Why is the price so high? I mean compared to all the popular brads like zowie, logitech, razer, steelseries, Corsair, etc Or those Artisan mousepads aren’t for gaming ?
2021-07-31 21:35
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listen to RJN twitter.com/RocketJumpNinja/status/12042.. this guy knows what hes talking about
2021-07-31 21:37
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who tf even is that
2021-07-31 21:40
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ex-quake pro, this guy is pro in mices/mousepads
2021-07-31 21:41
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Literally never heard of him Not to mention his tweet has 2 likes and 1 reply since 2019 lol which confirms my point
2021-07-31 22:02
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literally who cares about you though it was also a reply not an actual tweet
2021-07-31 22:04
He's a youtuber first of all, he's made many in depth mouse reviews, pretty useful tbh
2021-07-31 22:06
Ok kiddo. Go play fotnite.
2021-07-31 22:08
Every mousepad is overrated. just pick whatever suits you the best.
2021-07-31 22:12
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how would u know if u never used it lol
2021-08-01 00:34
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Japan VeryWeebGuy
They are not just mousepads but also emit a healing auro that has been proven to cure various diseases such as smallpocks and the flu hence the high price
2021-07-31 21:37
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wat lol
2021-07-31 21:40
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luxury artisan mousepads can even prevent cancer from spreading. definitely good investment
2021-07-31 22:07
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I aren’t think that
2021-08-01 00:32
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Brazil Bactuga
They are not just mousepads but also emit a healing auro that has been proven to cure various diseases such as smallpocks and the flu hence the high price
2021-07-31 21:41
overrated yes.. its not like you're going to aim better. they are just more consistent because they dont wear so faster compared to your basic steelseries, logitech, razer or whatever. And they are not effect by humidity like the basic mousepads. are they worth it? i would say yes i rather spend allot 1 time then my mousepad feeling different every month and getting a new one all the time. these pro players are sponsered by these companies they get new mousepads anytime they want. but for the regulars this is a bad move.
2021-07-31 21:48
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+1
2021-08-01 03:10
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Romania Laskof
they are quality, but there are other pads much cheaper, aqua control+ is cheap af
2021-07-31 21:54
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Is aqua control considered really good? I wonder why none of the pros use these kind of mousepads then
2021-07-31 22:02
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ropz | 
Romania Laskof
twistzz used it for a while, pros still use the qck heavy and g640 when there are lots of pads way better, some caught up on the mice and pad game, elige used a mira-m for a while and more ppl start to use glorious/xtrfy/roccat
2021-07-31 22:04
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Well if he switched from it means he didn’t really like it right?
2021-08-01 00:35
Most pros don't care especially in the CS scene, they just use any sponsored shit they get, mousepads are maybe the best example. Also they like to sticking to gear that works fine for them. The fact of the matter is that the best gear out there won't make you better so might as well use what others are using as well. As others mentioned there are some exceptions like EliGe or Twistzz, more pros have switched to Artisan pads recently, but not really any tier 1 pro.
2021-07-31 23:35
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X-raypad White Aqua Control Plus looks good, I wanna buy it but not sure, is it worth it? I’ve had many different mousepads from Razer, Steelseries, Logitech, Corsair and I didn’t really like either of them (I only never had Zowie) So is it way above those mousepads or it’s basically the same but overpriced ?
2021-08-01 00:30
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You can look up reviews, but basically it's way better than any mainstream control pad like the ones you mentioned before. They lose their glide in a couple of months if not quicker and can be quite inconsistent, also many of these more premium mousepads are non-affected by humidity so your mousepad won't feel sticky/sweaty on a hot day, just that alone and the long-term durability of the Artisan pads make it way better compared to any other mousepads. I personally have never tried Aqua Control+, but I know it's one of the best ones out there and it was my 2nd choice if I hadn't purchased an Artisan Zero. And as I said in my other comment I recommend looking at reviews as you can learn a lot from them if you haven't looked into different mousepads before outside the big brand ones, I was in your situation as well half a year ago :D
2021-08-01 03:10
2021-07-31 22:07
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Hungary Shiron212
hahaha
2021-07-31 22:09
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Do you like these? One day I'll get one of these , for real
2021-07-31 23:16
omg my eyes, I need to bleach them now
2021-08-01 03:45
They are the highest quality ones out there, non-affected by humidity, very consistent and will last you a long time. Way better compared to any typical control pad like QCK, GSR or G640. Consider it as an investment as well as they will last you a long time. But then again you might not want to go through paying for the quite expensive fees/customs, there are always other high quality options available, like the Aqua Control+ or Xtrfy GP4. Personally the Artisan Zero soft cost me 70 euros, but I still see it as a good price at it will last for at least 2 years.
2021-07-31 23:31
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