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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yo i've had my G603 for about 5 months, and I think maybe the mouse feet are already going bad? There seems to be some resistance when moving it across the mousepad not a TONNE but enough for me to notice it.

 

 I'm unsure if there's a way I can clean or renew them or of it means I need to replace them entirely.

 

Is there a way to safely clean them? I've used a cleaning cloth and even toilet paper dry but it doesn't seem to work. The feet themselves aren't beat up so I can only assume it's dirt.

 

And also if not, are there any suggested aftermarket replacements? If I can find them on UK amazon

 

Thanks.


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What pad are you on? Some wear down really quick and can create the same feeling.


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Just now, SenKa said:

What pad are you on? Some wear down really quick and can create the same feeling.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/VicTsing-800x400x2-5mm-Extended-Non-Slip-Water-Resistant/dp/B077HX2VZM/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=victsing+mousepad&qid=1586220059&sr=8-3

 

Victsing, not a "gamer" one as the extra larges seem really expensive last time I checked?
 

It was super smooth day one, I've had the mousepad for about the same time I've had the mouse.

 

I tested it on an old rival 100 with really fucked up feet and that seemed smoother so I'm unsure


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2 minutes ago, doinurmop said:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/VicTsing-800x400x2-5mm-Extended-Non-Slip-Water-Resistant/dp/B077HX2VZM/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=victsing+mousepad&qid=1586220059&sr=8-3

 

Victsing, not a "gamer" one as the extra larges seem really expensive last time I checked?
 

It was super smooth day one, I've had the mousepad for about the same time I've had the mouse.

 

I tested it on an old rival 100 with really fucked up feet and that seemed smoother so I'm unsure

Looks like a fine pad, probably from the same factory as the Corsair MM300 based off marketing materials.

 

Do the feet look especially worn? You clearly have a baseline of a bad set of mouse feet in your rival 100. How do they compare?


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5 minutes ago, SenKa said:

Looks like a fine pad, probably from the same factory as the Corsair MM300 based off marketing materials.

 

Do the feet look especially worn? You clearly have a baseline of a bad set of mouse feet in your rival 100. How do they compare?

 

I tried it on my bros mousepad, I can feel a bit of friction there, but there seems to be more on mine, it's kinda hard to tell with just a quick test tho.

 

The feet have a few scratches, and maybe some dirt I cant see, other than dirt around the edges. The rival 100 are very scratched, very dirty, and some of them are out of place


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4 minutes ago, doinurmop said:

 

I tried it on my bros mousepad, I can feel a bit of friction there, but there seems to be more on mine, it's kinda hard to tell with just a quick test tho.

 

The feet have a few scratches, and maybe some dirt I cant see, other than dirt around the edges. The rival 100 are very scratched, very dirty, and some of them are out of place

ahh...

 

well, cleaning feet should just be done with a damp microfiber cloth. If you want new feet, which i would recommend, these have a good reputation. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Corepad-Skatez-Logitech-G703-G603-G403-Wireless-Replacement-Teflon-mouse-feet/222587055608


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9 minutes ago, SenKa said:

ahh...

 

well, cleaning feet should just be done with a damp microfiber cloth. If you want new feet, which i would recommend, these have a good reputation. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Corepad-Skatez-Logitech-G703-G603-G403-Wireless-Replacement-Teflon-mouse-feet/222587055608

 

Ah ok, i've been doing it completely dry, I'll try it damp then.

 

And sadly those aren't sold on UK amazon or Ebay as far as I can see.


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2 hours ago, doinurmop said:

 

Ah ok, i've been doing it completely dry, I'll try it damp then.

 

And sadly those aren't sold on UK amazon or Ebay as far as I can see.

Corepad definitely ships to the UK. 

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Corepad-Skatez-Logitech-G703-G603-G403-Wireless-Replacement-Teflon-mouse-feet/222587055608?epid=26005729061&hash=item33d338edf8:g:cD8AAOSwTEJaAYMb


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8 hours ago, SenKa said:

Oh didn't realize the item location is in germany, means I shouldn't have to pay customs

 

Nearly £12 seems kinda steep for one feet replacement tho. are they worth it?

 

Edit: Oh it's two feet replacements


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2 hours ago, doinurmop said:

Oh didn't realize the item location is in germany, means I shouldn't have to pay customs

 

Nearly £12 seems kinda steep for one feet replacement tho. are they worth it?

 

Edit: Oh it's two feet replacements

They are very worth it, from what i've heard


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6 minutes ago, SenKa said:

They are very worth it, from what i've heard

Alright, if cleaning doesn't work out I'll see about giving them a go. Not sure whether to try those or a new mousepad first though. Mousepad would be easier and faster since I can just refund back to amazon if it makes little difference. Those I'd have to wait about a week or two for when ordering from the official website.

 

Although I'm currently trying to get a replacement for this mouse anyway, since it's got another issue of double clicking randomly, waiting for a reply back from logitech. Warranty should still be valid since i'ts only been 5 bloody months.


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