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Ouroboros Mouse Feet Wear.

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by whackamole, Jan 27, 2015.

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  1. whackamole

    whackamole Member

    I've had an ouroboros for about a year and a half now, maybe a couple months less, and I've noticed that two things. First that the "Mouse Feet" are starting to show some signs of wear from the coarseness of my mouse pad and second that Razer sells replacement "Mouse Feet". I was wondering how often I should replace the feet on my mouse. Any insight would be fantastic!
  2. Rodetovenaar

    Rodetovenaar Active Member

    I can't really give you a specific timeframe to do it in, but, once they get worn enough that you notice a difference in how it feels to move the mouse it might be a good idea to get them replaced
  3. xShAdEz

    xShAdEz Member

    I have mine for 2 years now and it's still okay.
  4. Hoangtran195

    Hoangtran195 Member

    It depends on the surface of the mouse pad also. For example, if you are using the Razer Vespula like me, you have two sides with two different surfaces. The control side which has the rough like sandpaper surface and it will make the feet wear out faster. On the other hand, the speed side which is the smooth side, will keep the feet longer.
    I have been using my DeathAdder 2013 for about 1.5 years now and it doesn't show much of wearing sign. I switch the control and speed side fairly often.
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