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Best Razer mouse for big hands?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by wizzfrizzle, Nov 27, 2014.

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  1. wizzfrizzle

    wizzfrizzle New Member

    As the title says: what is the best Razer Mouse for big hands? I don't many models in store, so it's difficult to try them.
  2. jbjuice10_no_id

    jbjuice10_no_id New Member

    I use the Naga and I love it. My hands are big enough to palm a basketball. I use it for gaming and photo editing shortcuts.
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  3. dimitrik24

    dimitrik24 New Member

    I used to have an old school Deathadder at first (back when they were blue) and I found that great for fairly large hands and the shape was nice. I bought a Naga Hex and It took some transitioning since the base resting spot of your hand isn't the same. As for shortcuts and working I think the Naga is the way to go based off my experience.
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  4. ValitoKejika

    ValitoKejika Member

    The naga is what I use and I have rather large hands myself. I prefer it.
  5. Hasuuka

    Hasuuka New Member

    I'm using the Razer Ouroborus, It fits very well to my hand and I still got no problems with it(using it for a year). Though I got small hands I think it will fit to you to because you can change the size of the mouse.
  6. Razer Ouroborus since you can customize it. Or if you want a cheaper option razer Naga
  7. midnyt17

    midnyt17 New Member

    The Nagas are pretty big but the Ouroborus is adjustable so you can customize it to your liking.
  8. SuP3rM4nNy

    SuP3rM4nNy Active Member

    Aren't the deathadders bigger than the nagas though? I have never really playing with them before but from what I remember my friends having, they are smaller than my deathadder.
  9. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    perhaps bring up the website and check all the measurements against what you need?
  10. antoherjetli

    antoherjetli New Member

    I find the Ourobouros suits my large hands rather nicely. This is mostly because it was built ambidextrously. Also, the size of the Ourobouros is adjustable as well, making it longer or shorter, and even a bit taller.
  11. ThePsyciopath

    ThePsyciopath Member

    When I went to my local best buy, they had three razer mouses on display that you could try.
  12. Tengu

    Tengu New Member

    I personally have the naga and love it. While I am not quite able to palm a basketball all the time, I am pretty darn close.

    I can't speak on the Ouroboros as I don't own one, I have had both versions of the Naga and its perfect for me.
  13. Razer|Chrono_xf_rzr

    Razer|Chrono_xf_rzr Member Staff Member

    It depends on your preferred size and form too. The Naga has an ergonomic shape and approximately measures to 119mm (length) x 75mm (width) x 43mm (height).

    The Ouroboros has an adjustable ambidextrous shape. It approximately measures from:
    • Length: 122mm - 137mm
    • Width: 71mm - 95mm
    • Height: Around 42mm - but it is also adjustable
  14. SireOblivion

    SireOblivion Active Member

    I'm going to have to second the Ouroboros comment, I've been using mine for over a year now and it's still going strong. I also love that it's wireless.
  15. I prefer the Naga, it fits my hands perfectly and the extra 12 buttons may be overkill for some people but I find it very useful.
  16. Lepertum

    Lepertum New Member

    If you don't need 12 buttons I recommend the Naga Hex, it's not huge but the buttons remain usable even for big hands and thick fingers. I have some issues with my regular naga when it comes to hitting keys the keys further back.
  17. JGxTech90

    JGxTech90 New Member

    Agree'd.. Naga is a great mouse for men or women with larger hands. I support that choice
  18. Why did my reply get deleted he asked the question I gave my response its a good mouse but needs grips and awkward holding for a good period of time my hand is to big for it I bought it 2 days ago if I would of known the size and weirdness of it I would of got a bigger Razer mouse.
  19. Duke_Fleed_82

    Duke_Fleed_82 New Member

    Razer Ouroboros or Razer Naga
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