Forget custom keycaps, what about your mouse feet?

Subject: General Tech | November 28, 2018 - 04:08 PM |
Tagged: input, corepad, skatez, mouse feet

If you have a mouse that conforms comfortably to the contours of your hand, but just doesn't perform like it used to, perhaps it is time to replace your feet.  Corepad Skatez Mouse Feet are made of high-quality PTFE and cost $7-8US so even if they don't change your life, you aren't out much money.  The feet work with the majority of mice on the market and TechPowerUp did feel they added new life to their Dream Machines DM1 Pro S. 

Check out the whole process here.

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"Do your mouse feel slow and sluggish on your mouse pad? Is the glide scratchy? Your mouse feet might be totally worn out, but it is also very probable that they're simply bad and cheaply made. There is a solution for this problem with aftermarket replacement skates, and Corepad offers some of the best ones around."

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November 29, 2018 | 11:15 AM - Posted by TargetAW (not verified)

Oh man, talk about a blast from the past! I haven't bought mouse feet since buying teflon pads for my intellimouse 3.0.

November 30, 2018 | 03:11 AM - Posted by kenjo

Just what I need for my logitech G5 mouse. There is basically nothing left of the original.

Guess the original was just bad quality the mouse cant be much more than 10-15 years old ;)

November 30, 2018 | 05:16 PM - Posted by NoToAnnoyingAdsBlockAndBoycott (not verified)

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