Tuesday, August 25th 2020

Razer Intros Mouse Grip Tapes

Razer today released Mouse Grip tapes, a neat accessory that lets you improve the grip of your gaming mouse. This should particularly help those with sweaty palms who prefer the palm grip gaming style. Available for various Razer gaming mice, the Grip Tape kit includes strips of 0.5 mm-thick rubberized surfaces that you glue onto various parts of your mouse, including the two main buttons, and portions where your knuckles rest. There are essentially three models of the Mouse Grip set, one designed for the DeathAdder series, another for the Basilisk series, and another for the Viper series. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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8 Comments on Razer Intros Mouse Grip Tapes

#1
SDR82
Will this improve my Aiming Stability or Sprint to Fire Speed?
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#2
Dammeron
"The company didn't reveal pricing." - Good uncle Razer didn't want to scare us. :P
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#3
Xzibit
Dammeron
"The company didn't reveal pricing." - Good uncle Razer didn't want to scare us. :p
On there web-site which has been up for awhile.

Razer Mouse Grip Tape
USA is $9.99


This tuber bought them from the website back in July. Maybe its new to outside the USA
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#4
Alexandrus
Xzibit
On there web-site which has been up for awhile.

Razer Mouse Grip Tape
USA is $9.99


This tuber bought them from the website back in July. Maybe its new to outside the USA

No, they actually were launched in July, available from Razer, it's just TPU that published the news one month later.
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#5
Legacy-ZA
When you can rather buy a GPU instead of a Mouse or a Keyboard... :kookoo:
Razer, like nVidia, has gone way out of bounds when it comes to aksing prices for their products.
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#6
Chrispy_
Oh cool, I haven't bought grip tape for my mouse in 21 years.

Back in the old ball-mice days (I bought a Boomslang) I used adhesive wet+dry paper designed to be stuck to glass or cork blocks. Did a fantastic job and I could cut it to size.

These look like undersized strips of adhesive rubber which becomes slippery when wet like all rubber. buy a roll or pack of adhesive wet+dry paper for less than the cost of this and enjoy enough to last you for a whole decade of mice purchases with superior grip and less bulk as well.
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#7
micropage7
the last time i bought grip like that, actually it's good but once you peel it a little it refuses to stick right
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#8
Caring1
Misleading article makes it sound like Razer invented something new.
I've seen mice with different coloured grips for a while.
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