To everyone who has ever used a Razer Viper: How was the Long term experience?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bitQueenPinkpoint610, Oct 6, 2021.

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  1. I am looking to buy a Razer Viper (Wired) but im a bit scepitcal. I have used 2 Razer Mice in the Past (Razer Deathadder Elite and Mamba Wireless) and both of them broke pretty fast. Espacially the Scroll wheel. I never raged or hit the Mouse or anything like that, it just breaks by itself over time. Is that the same case with the Razer Viper? Or should i get a Mouse from Logitech instead if i want the Mouse to last long. Thanks to everyone replying.
     
  2. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I've used many DeathAdders in the past only 1 failed (original DA 1800 DPI, after 7 years of intensive use, but replaced faulty switches, and works like new).

    I have (almost) whole Viper family: Viper, Viper Ultimate and Viper Mini. Currently Viper Mini is my daily driver, one of the best mouses on the market. In all of them scroll wheel is great, lightweight and grippy, with good tactile bump.

    I had few Logi mouses (1x G603, 2x G403), and dunno why scroll wheel broke (it snapped in half, probably faulty material).
     
  3. gstsdw

    gstsdw Well-Known Member

    I've never had this happen to any of my mice. Razer or not. Only things that ever wear out for me are the skates and sometimes rubber coatings and sometimes I get polished hot spots where my hand actually polishes a shine into the plastic due to so much use. I'd say go for it! Just make sure you register it and keep your receipt in the off chance you do have an issue, you can get it serviced.
     
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  4. I.Nix

    I.Nix Well-Known Member

    perfection, no issues, adapts well to hand
     
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