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Glorious Model D

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After the highly successful Model O and O-, Glorious now release their take on a lightweight right-handed ergonomic mouse. Sporting the same PMW3360 sensor, Omron switches for the main buttons, 68 g weight, and high quality feet and cable, the Model D should be worth a look for anybody in the market for an affordable gaming mouse.

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This is like fifth IDENTICAL mouse I've seen reviewed/mentioned in just a few weeks or months. What gives?
 
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This is like fifth IDENTICAL mouse I've seen reviewed/mentioned in just a few weeks or months. What gives?

The 'lightweight' mice with a bunch of holes is all the craze these days.. Seems a good number of mouse manufacturers are dipping into the trend. Kinda surprised to see that Logitech and Corsair have not put one of this style out yet... yet.

With that said, I'm going to be adding this Model D to my collection. :pimp:
 
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Awesome review as always, thank you! :)
 
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This is like fifth IDENTICAL mouse I've seen reviewed/mentioned in just a few weeks or months. What gives?
It's really far from IDENTICAL, and it's only the third one from Glorious, who are making this line of ultralight mice: O.D.I.N.
We're at D now, there will be Model I and Model N soonish I guess.
 
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Gotta say it looks like a well thought out product. And the price is not horrible either.

Might try one out sometime
 

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I have the Model O and love it. The Model D looks awesome too, but ive moved away from ergo mice. Just wish they would redo the Model O with the PWM3389 sensor.
 
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Outstanding mouse review pzogel bro! :clap:


I’ve gots way too many mices right now. :p

The blue and white Logitech MX Master 2s from 2017 and ROG Gladius 1 from 2016 already sold to an engineering buddy of mine, just waiting for the Model D to arrive to complete the transaction. Lol

Reserved the Model D in matte black way back in early December for $5, the first batch is scheduled to ship out today, from Glorious PC in Texas.

Planning to run it with the BIG feet and either lighting turned off or a soothing static blue. Was considering once again running two MX Master 3s for both work PCs, yet triple mice clutter and the cost is kinda silly and replacing the wired ROG Gladius from 2016 seemed a much better idea.

As soon as the Model D arrives will take it for a spin around the block with my first Half Life 1 playthrough, which is so much fun - cannot believe I waited so long to discover all the game's glory. :clap:


Mousing devices for 2020:

Glorious Model D in matte black - primary mouse for the 2ndary work PC, some gaming and “wired” mouse for dropping into bios testing creating tweaking overclocking profiles for both PCs.

Logitech MX Master 3 in graphite - primary work mouse for primary work PC, sole purpose - nuff said. :)

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Incoming matte black Model D and grayscale DreamCables Paracord. Replacing an original gpro with CeeSa Paracord I’ve been using. Feeling the new mouse time and right handed ergo fir gaming at home.

they’re asking for $99 on Amazon and places like eBay , ridiculous. I ordered it directly from glorious for $49.99 picked up extra skates for when I replace my cord. Can’t wait.
 
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