Packaging, Weight, Cable and Feet
The box contains the mouse, a quick start guide, a warranty guide, and an Allen key, which is used to move the key-slider side panel.
My scale shows around 118 g (+/- 1 g) with a bit of cable. Corsair indicates 122 g without the cable, so the Scimitar RGB Elite ends up being lighter than advertised. While 118 g isn't exactly lightweight, it's a very respectable weight considering the number of buttons and materials used. For comparison, the similarly sized Logitech G502 weighs roughly the same while sporting significantly fewer buttons.
The Scimitar Elite Pro features a regular braided cable. It can only be described as very stiff. While an MMO mouse doesn't require a super flexible cable, some flexibility would surely be welcome. Using a mouse bungee is strongly advised for FPS gaming. The length is 1.85 m (measured).
The feet on the Scimitar RGB Elite are standard black-dyed PTFE (Teflon) feet. They are of average thickness and glide decently well. Due to the bigger than average footprint, four feet are unequally distributed across the bottom. Indentations next to each foot make them easy to remove.