Roccat Kiro Modular Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse £19.97 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Roccat Kiro Modular Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse £19.97 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)

£19.97£29.9933%Amazon Deals
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Posted 1st JunEdited by:"Tacavas"
Good value and decent ambidextrous mouse.



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Bought one of these a couple of days ago as the sensor on my old mouse failed (also a Roccat kinda hoping the same doesn't happen again...). Pretty impressed so far.

It has two sets of side buttons, either which can be replaced with solid plastic, essentially turning it into a left or right handed mouse. Given how rare left handed mice are, this is great for me, most ambidextrous mice either have no side buttons,buttons on both sides (so you keep accidentally pressing them) or have them on the left side (making them hard to use).

The swappable sides are held in magnetically but unless you lift them up from one particular spot on the bottom which makes them lift off easily, they feel practically glued on. It won't come apart accidentally when using and it doesn't wobble or flex.

Outside of that it's a moderately large, bulbous mouse so it's for palm grips and good for those with big hands. The side buttons are slightly higher than your natural thumb position (which may or may not be a good thing depending on how you like using them).

Only major negative so far is a shortish, unbraided cable.
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Looks decent for the money
Bought one of these a couple of days ago as the sensor on my old mouse failed (also a Roccat kinda hoping the same doesn't happen again...). Pretty impressed so far.

It has two sets of side buttons, either which can be replaced with solid plastic, essentially turning it into a left or right handed mouse. Given how rare left handed mice are, this is great for me, most ambidextrous mice either have no side buttons,buttons on both sides (so you keep accidentally pressing them) or have them on the left side (making them hard to use).

The swappable sides are held in magnetically but unless you lift them up from one particular spot on the bottom which makes them lift off easily, they feel practically glued on. It won't come apart accidentally when using and it doesn't wobble or flex.

Outside of that it's a moderately large, bulbous mouse so it's for palm grips and good for those with big hands. The side buttons are slightly higher than your natural thumb position (which may or may not be a good thing depending on how you like using them).

Only major negative so far is a shortish, unbraided cable.
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abigsmurf01/06/2019 19:30

Bought one of these a couple of days ago as the sensor on my old mouse …Bought one of these a couple of days ago as the sensor on my old mouse failed (also a Roccat kinda hoping the same doesn't happen again...). Pretty impressed so far.It has two sets of side buttons, either which can be replaced with solid plastic, essentially turning it into a left or right handed mouse. Given how rare left handed mice are, this is great for me, most ambidextrous mice either have no side buttons,buttons on both sides (so you keep accidentally pressing them) or have them on the left side (making them hard to use).The swappable sides are held in magnetically but unless you lift them up from one particular spot on the bottom which makes them lift off easily, they feel practically glued on. It won't come apart accidentally when using and it doesn't wobble or flex.Outside of that it's a moderately large, bulbous mouse so it's for palm grips and good for those with big hands. The side buttons are slightly higher than your natural thumb position (which may or may not be a good thing depending on how you like using them).Only major negative so far is a shortish, unbraided cable.


Thorough review appreciated.
abigsmurf01/06/2019 19:30

Bought one of these a couple of days ago as the sensor on my old mouse …Bought one of these a couple of days ago as the sensor on my old mouse failed (also a Roccat kinda hoping the same doesn't happen again...). Pretty impressed so far.It has two sets of side buttons, either which can be replaced with solid plastic, essentially turning it into a left or right handed mouse. Given how rare left handed mice are, this is great for me, most ambidextrous mice either have no side buttons,buttons on both sides (so you keep accidentally pressing them) or have them on the left side (making them hard to use).The swappable sides are held in magnetically but unless you lift them up from one particular spot on the bottom which makes them lift off easily, they feel practically glued on. It won't come apart accidentally when using and it doesn't wobble or flex.Outside of that it's a moderately large, bulbous mouse so it's for palm grips and good for those with big hands. The side buttons are slightly higher than your natural thumb position (which may or may not be a good thing depending on how you like using them).Only major negative so far is a shortish, unbraided cable.


I have to say I rather disagree that it's a large mouse.

I bought it as a cheap replacement for my old razer deathadder left-handed edition and I find myself having to claw it far more than the deathadder.

It's still pretty good, I'm happy enough with it, but my hands aren't particularly large and I'd still say it's not for palm grippers. I agree that the cable is a bit short and disappointed that it's not braided.

Ultimately, for just under £20 it's worth the money.
Edited by: "athonjohn93" 2nd Jun
Thanks
Nice if you can't work out if you're right or left handed?
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