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I fell into it. Got me an

So far... happy camper. Its very similar to the Zowie FK1 I used to have, but broke pretty quickly. But lighter on its feet. Its really noticeable. And it feels pretty great. I can fingertip it and barely even feel it, but have excellent control.

Figured Id share :p
 

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Yeah i'll skip thank you, don't need another reason to open a mouse up to just clean the dust.
 
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Yeah i'll skip thank you, don't need another reason to open a mouse up to just clean the dust.
I find the build up of dust and cat hair helps disperse the RGB light better within my mouse. lol. It's true.

Really I just hit it with an air duster once a week. I could do without the holes but this Glorious model O has been the most solid mouse I've ever owned.
 
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It doesn't really lose its structural integrity with dust though, albeit the mouse I'm currently using has a RGB shell which also acts as protector of internals:

 

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I find the build up of dust and cat hair helps disperse the RGB light better within my mouse. lol. It's true.

Really I just hit it with an air duster once a week. I could do without the holes but this Glorious model O has been the most solid mouse I've ever owned.

Just watched a video on there site and it's a no go anyways, way to small, smaller than the Sensei, which is odd that he only shows one of those as i believe they are slightly different from the wireless version.

Aah more shit to clean just what i need.
 
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Seems very expensive for the lack of buttons, but at least you can print out new covers in cool colors. I hear the sensor is pretty good though.
 

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Seems like the holes would get gunk in them over time and be a pain to clean.
 
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Oh my freaking gosh what is that? That is so freakin wierd.
 
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Seems like the holes would get gunk in them over time and be a pain to clean.

Dat gaming advantage tho.

You can even make one yourself, so there's literally no excuse to not have a breeze blowing across the PCB.

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Is it me or we are just few posts away from dudes callin' each other "mouseholes"? :D JK.Cheers.
 
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Since I have trypophobia, this mouse is a big no for me.
 
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Yeah i'll skip thank you, don't need another reason to open a mouse up to just clean the dust.
Removable clamshell ;)

It comes with two differently shaped shells. Can just remove it should something get stuck in there.

You're right its small!

Seems like the holes would get gunk in them over time and be a pain to clean.

Will update actually... if I don't forget. I think if they do I'll be annoyed enough to report back :)
 
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They're light, like 50 grams. That's half the weight. I like them
In fact it improved my gaming. The only thing i don't like if the wheel does not free spin like Logitech
I've had mine for over a year. Oct of 2019

 
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Looks nice and I would appreciate the lightness too. Might look dirty really quickly though.

At the moment, I'm using the Microsoft Pro IntelliMouse for both work and home to help with RSI, since it's got a slight angle on it and is very comfortable.
 
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"Designed in Sweden" yeah sure.
You are aware that there are several PC hardware companies in Sweden these days, right?
Sure, this looks quite generic, but it doesn't have to be made up.
 
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i like the look of it, its the same shape as my Gladius 2 just with holes, i think the holes would make it easyer to blow the dust out.
 
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"Designed in Sweden" yeah sure.

It's designed in Sweden but made in China, that's what my Xtrfy M4 says on its box.
 
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The Glorious Model O come in two sizes. 68 grams, 66mm X 128 mm
57 grams 63 mm X 120 mm
 
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That's the minus Model O aka Model O-. I got both of them, the primary quirk I have with the Model O is that it's a halfway claw / palm combination. If you want a bigger palm grip mouse, you're looking at the Model D. At least from the mice available from Glorious. Otherwise, plenty of other options available from other brands... most of them are better than what Glorious sells. In fact, the Ajazz AJ390 is a Model O with a 3389 for half the price or less.
 
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I thought the same thing with my Zephyr mouse, the holes would be problematic and allow lots of dirt/dust/pet dander into it, but so far the thing is still pretty clean after the past 5-6 months from using it. The mouse even came with a little cleaning tool you can put the nozzle through the holes and squeeze to blow out dust/hair and so on.

Here are the specs of the mouse:
Length: 121.6mm
Width: 65.15mm
Height: 40.7mm
Weight: 68g (mouse only)

The one thing I don't like about the mouse is the scroll wheel. It doesn't feel as responsive as the G502 I was using before. I also really liked the G502 ability to unlock the scroll wheel to let it spin free. The Zephyr is a decent mouse, but I still like the G502 that's just a little bigger and certainly heavier:

G502 specs are:
Length: 132mm
Width: 75mm
Height: 40mm
Weight: 121g (mouse only)
 
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The Zephyr wasn't all that great of a perforated design, the fan in it was pretty loud and the mouse over all had couple other tidbits as well. There are better examples of honeycomb mice tbh.
 
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