How can a mouse be too light
zowie divina s1 or s2, zowie ec2
aside from the scroll wheel ofc
g pro superlight / ec2b for me
im using logitech g 703 and its very good
Extremely subjective. Usually it comes down to what a person is currently using. I've had a FK 1+ for a few years now it's the beat mouse I've ever had
Switching to a 67 gram mouse was one of the best things I did for my gaming performance.
It took a bit to get used to, but after I did it's just awesome. You never feel it in your hands, it's less awkward when you end up in a weird position and your mouse all the way to the edge of the mouse pad.
Also holes in it that are for less weight - they vent air as well which feels good when you hold it for longer periods of time. Less hand sweating with it, also, weird to explain, but it's always the right temperature for my hand because of it. Bulky mouse can soak heat from your hand and be warm to the touch, this can't. Huge plus.
So don't judge it just because it's awkward at start.
Glorious Model O here, I am beyond satisfied with it.
take a superlight and put stones inside
I'll go for zygen np-01
And if we talking about past, the Dimondback 2015 was best for me back in a day.
I have logitech g903 wireless. It should be heavy enough for you + you can put 10g into it. Used to have zowie ec1-a, rival 300, razer DA and logitech g403 witeless. G903 WL is the best one so far
If you want the heaviest mouse the answer is the ROG Spatha. Heaps of buttons and it's also wireless so it ticks that box as well. If you're feeling cheap tho you can just grab a G502 and with all the weights in its around 130g iirc, if you have big hands tho it's kinda small
I think it's just that it takes time to get used to them, if you only try it out at a friend's house it's different from playing with it for a month or even more
g703 is beautiful but i hate that the mouse1 breaks after a few months
I use glorious D, it's like a zowie but lighter and better cable. Also cheaper.
G502 lightspeed wireless, with the added weights in….best mouse on the market
Logitech g502 if you haven’t used it already. Also razer deathadder elite is pretty good though I don’t know how heavy you consider a “heavy mouse” to be. I believe the razer mouse is about 15 grams lighter than the original g502 without any weights
zowie mice being too light HAHAHAH
Logitech g203 is good if you're on a budget/ just want a 9/10 mouse without paying $80+
Only downside is the cable
rival 3 worst mouse ever if u have small hand u can like this, but i have huge hand and nomoney
(i have rival 3)
what mousepad do you got? get a slower one or "control". slow pad with light mouse is better than a heavy mouse on a light pad even though theyre similar.
find a nice zowie mice like the ec1 or ec2.
Dont use heavy mouses for fps games. Just get used to the light weight
g502: 121g without weights, 168g with
Logitech Mx518(New version): 101 g
zowie ec1-b: 94g
for comparison if you tried it
G Pro Wireless: 80 g
G Pro Superlight: 63 g
best mouse = wired, fuck valorant and fortnite wireless kids
I use the Logitech G305 Lightspeed. Pretty good mouse
I used to use the g502 and had extra weight in it was pretty good
G pro is good "prop. the best" but best mouses are Logitech mouses. Zowie is bad and Razer is extremly bad.
I personally really liked my old corsair rgb harpoon. It was simple stylish and fit my hand pretty good
depends on your grip, your hand size and many other criteria, just try as many as you can until you find the one that suits you best.
Right now i have a Zowie EC2-B which fits my hand very well if a little too small, but the mouse wheel is crap. Literally the worst mouse wheel i have ever had on any mouse i owned, which is sad because i use the mouse wheel to bhop and it feels really bad.
I loved the mouse wheel on my G502 but the mouse itself didn't fit my hand at all.
Let's see, maybe i will try another one soon.
BTW the weight of the mouse itself is not relevant at all. Yes a heavier or lighter mouse will take some time to get used to, but a lighter mouse will not let you move your hand quicker, the difference is almost negligible.
s1mple mouse 1 major mouse
The best mouse is most comfortable for you. Just avoid razer and steelseries crap.
best heavy mouse i have used has to be the razer basilisk ultimate.+ it has a slightly better and faster sensor than logitech.
burger brain in action :()
logitech b110 optical usb mouse
Love my Rival 3, will upgrade to another Steelseries when it fails
For me zowie is perfect, but im sure some even more expensive logitech mice are even better (probably wireless) :p
zowie ec 1b big but her legs are small and wear off quickly
Had a deathadder mini v2 and a normal one,i switch between them when i change res
Any mouse that suits your grip style.
As for me, any mouse with the shape and ergonomics similar to that of the Zowie FK2 works best with my grip style
I didn't go through many mouses in my life, but these 2 can be considered as atleast semi-esports ready. I had Logitech G403 for about 16 months, I've never been really satisfied with the mouse, but didn't see reason of buying another 60€ mouse. After that the right mouse button got stuck and it got me reason to throw it into a bin asap. Bought Zowie EC2-B summer 2020, surely 15 times better than the G403, shape is better, build-quality is way way better, same with the side buttons, but as I wanted to give myself a gift on Christmas, I went with G Pro X superlight, which I'm currently waiting for, but held it in my hand already before, propably the best mouse. Main reason is that its wireless and I started hating cables, cuz there is shit ton of them on my desk already. Overally just 10 min with the mouse felt really comfortable, the sixty-something grams are really great.
deathadder and g502 are goated
g502 and its not even close
you game and workout at the same time, incredible
g703 or gpro wireless.
best for consistency and that sensor is amazing. plus logitec free warranty if you register the mouse
I like using light mouses(63g I think) so I can't help you unfortunately
I have a vaxee zygen np- and it"s great and smooth. A bit small for bear hands i agreed.
Sure i tried because of ZywOo but it worthit
the best heavy mouse i have used is the razer basilisk ultimate.
These threads should be bannable as spam. There are fewer anime threads than "what is le best mouz xDDDDD"
I've been using a SteelSeries Kinzu for forever now... tried other mice but always go back
you have the g pro x and the normal one, the normal one is 84g
Why would you want a heavy one?
"too light" means you are not used to it.
I had about 115g mouse and switched to 68g mouse. Was missing shots left right and center but when I got used to this mouse I am DONE with anything heavier than this.
Hell, make it even lighter please!!!
Cause this I barely feel in my hand and it's amazing. Glorious Model 0 if anyone asks, sure there are lighter ones but I have big boy hands.
I feel like precise movement and adjustment is MUCH MUCH easier with a light mouse, I really don't see one reason why mouse should not be as light as you can make it.
I've had a bunch of mice already and right now I am with a SS Prime, EC3, viper, viper mini, Logitech 403 and Endgame XM1r. Weight-related, I find that around 70g is an ideal weight for me.
I am using the Endgame xm1r for a week now and it is bizarre how good the mouse is for the price point (75 CAD). But I am not sure if I prefer the endgame or EC3. It wall depends on your shape preference, but if you want to try some lightweight mouse, buy the viper mini that is amazing (it was my main for quite a while) and cheap.
Steelseries rival 3, 77g, good sensor, durable, all for like 40$ snow dollar, what more do you need?
I use the g pro wireless, not the superlight, and it's very good, best I tried so far
I use the G203 and i'm happy with it, one of the best price/quality mouses, not too light but not too heavy and great sensor, i think it's only 40 to 50 bucks on amazon
There is no "best mouse". It's all preference. Some people prefer smaller mice, some people prefer bigger mice, some people prefer light, some people like a little more weight, it all really comes down to preference. If you like a lighter mouse, and want to fork over some money, get a superlight wireless. If you like bigger mice, Razer has some mice that are bigger. I used to use the death adder, it was pretty big, and I didn't mind it. I did however move to a smaller mouse now.