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  • 2022-01-12
    Feels cheap, it's on the smaller side, great for children. The weight is amazing, just wish it was a hair bigger, might go with a Model-D Glorious mouse if I can't get the Final Mouse 2 at MSRP.
  • 2022-01-11
    One of my favorite mice, I guess I was lucky with QC, I have removed half of the mouse and it still clicks and feels great. I got some Kailh GM 4.0 to put into it, my favorite switches, need to do that soon. Wish it was wireless. The sensor is good, tracks well. Never really had an issue with their software but I have used some dodgy mouse software before so it's at least better than something from Ziyoulang I have to say. I really wish the CM720 had a wireless version, I didn't have to remove a bit of it and it feels so good to use, reminds me of the old Logitech Wingman mice, used to love those.
  • 2022-01-08
    good for bridging not for this for drag clicking 6 months ago and i still use it for minecraft to this dayi get about 13-19 cps when butterfly clicking, and about 17 cps well drag clicking on the left buttonand on the right button i get 12-17 when butterfly clicking, and 17-21 cps well drag clicking.but you'll have to loosen the switches first though. oh also its kinda light for drag clicking.
  • 2022-01-03
    I dont know what some of these youtubers and reviewers are talking about. I have been using this mouse for over 3 months( Hardcore Gaming and Work). Over 4-6 hours per day, 6-7 days per week. No problems whatsoever. Now this thing is the lightest mouse I have ever played with, and I have used them all. GET THIS MOUSE. I GOT ON SALE, AND THEIR ISNT ANYTHING OUT THERE THAT CAN BEAT IT. HANDS DOWN. I HAVE USED THEM ALL, GLORIOUS O, LOGITECH, RAZER, ETC.1. There is not movement for the sidewall or the Clickers2. No problems with the buttons(side)3. No problems with the braided cord.
  • 2021-12-30
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     I like it it’s a very light mouse and goes well with my setup
  • 2021-12-27
    I have been looking for a smaller mouse for ages that have programmable gaming buttons. I love the look, the colors, the feel in my hand. It is much lighter than i am used to which took a bit to get used to but got it figured out. I like it being lighter. Would have prefered a wireless one but at least the usb cord is very light and flexible. Almost like a shoe lace.
  • 2021-12-23
    These are amazing mice for gaming. Very lightweight, great sensors, nice cable, very sturdy. Compared to other honeycomb gaming mice, this one is thicker towards the back, which allows you to wedge it into your palm and use a hybrid palm/claw grip on the mouse. A lightweight mouse makes all of the difference while playing FPS games. A lightweight mouse allows you to make quicker precise movements without overshooting that head shot. If you want a lightweight mouse look no further. The only real difference between the 710 and 711 is RGB, I have both and use both. For $36 for the 710 these cant be beat.
  • 2021-12-10
    When I move the mouse too fast the cursor freezes for a few seconds
  • 2021-12-08
    This mouse is so comfortable and amazing it's very light weight so you can easily move it to where u need to mid game great for shifting left and right etc
  • 2021-11-24
    super light mouse which is good for flicking and making cleaner hand movements. Color looks good and rgb is cool. obviously it is a plastic mouse for lightweight use but material still holds up well
  • 2021-11-02
    The MM710 is similar in shape to my favorite mouse, the Zowie ZA13. The cable is extremely flexible, the buttons and scroll wheel feel good, and it's the lightest mouse I've ever held. It also has a gaming grade optical sensor.It won't be replacing the ZA13 as a daily driver, but I wanted something that I could set and store macros on for certain games and applications. This mouse fits the bill perfectly. I found the Masterplus software extremely easy to use and love that I can store the settings right on the mouse.It doesn't have the quality feel of a Zowie mouse, but it feels solid enough for the price point it is currently selling at. I really like that there are glossy options too. I had to modify the scroll wheel on the Zowie to make it decent for scrolling in applications or browsing the internet, which wasn't hard to do. I'd say that had I not modified the scroll wheel, I'd prefer the MM710 over the Zowie.For reference, previous favorite mice include Logitech G303, G Pro, and G9X back in the day.Very happy with my purchase and feel it's an unbeatable value for under $35.
  • 2021-11-01
    This mouse seems to be the best right now for me, and I’ve tried a lot.You guys should make another model exactly like this but as an egg shape. All you would need to do is remove the outward flare of mouse 1 and 2 and make it curve inward. You could call it the mm7e or mm712. That mouse would sell extremely well because: you already have a good reputation of making good claw mice because of the mm720. And also because egg shape mice are very rare for some reason and most of the models are a few years old.
  • 2021-10-26
    So worth it, cloth cable and mouse feels so light it is a dream to use and moves so freely, love how it feels on the hand.
  • 2021-10-25
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     Very nice mouse. It’s pretty much the same size as a viper mini. Very flexible cable. I changed out the switches to Kailh gm 4.0 on main clicks. Now, It’s Awesome! It’s a lil small for me at 19.5 cm long hands but still manageable with a claw/ fingertip style.
  • 2021-10-25
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     Very nice mouse. It’s pretty much the same size as a viper mini. Very flexible cable. I changed out the switches to Kailh gm 4.0 on main clicks. Now, It’s Awesome! It’s a lil small for me at 19.5 cm long hands but still manageable with a claw/ fingertip style.
  • 2021-10-23
    This review has been written at 3 months of use. I was pretty apposed to getting a gaming mouse, but this perforated thing won me over. It's very light and maneuverable, it fits in my (small-ish) hand well, can't tell the wire is there, and the holes don't set off my texture sensitivity in any way. The extra buttons on the side are convenient and don't get in the way, and I've found the DPI switch in combination with the side buttons to be very useful for digital art. In terms of gaming, the high polling rate means less input lag over a regular mouse - which is always nice - and the MasterPlus software is clean, understated, and to the point. From what I've read in other Amazon reviews, earlier productions of this mouse had some quality control issues, none of which are fortunately present in the unit I purchased. The body is deceivingly strong, and can take a solid squeeze without deforming or actuating any of the buttons. Do remember that the holes can collect gunk and dust, so it may be wise to give it a wipe down and a burst of compressed air every couple of months. If you're looking for a cheap, functional gaming mouse without distracting lights or a weird space ship design, definitely take this one into consideration.
  • 2021-10-10
    Great little ultra light mouse with all the features you really need (i dont even bother to use the software) and without huge price tags like other mice. It's on the smaller side but that does help improve aim if you're a nerd. Also i wanted to mention, i spilt a bunch of beer IN mine last night, of course i did my best to dry it etc, but it's totally fine this morning, which finally made me leave a review. cheers
  • 2021-09-30
    Shape and weight are very comfortable and the software is also pretty straight forward. The only downside is that it gets dust in the inside and it is not very nice having to open the mouse to clean it.
  • 2021-09-29
    love playing games with this
  • 2021-09-25
    I play FPS games and apprciate a light-weight mouse. I've been using Cooler Master periphrials for a long time and was about to switch brands until I saw this mouse. I have about 90 hours of game time on it and still think it's worth every penny. Great price point for a great mouse.
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