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Posted 04 March 2012 - 05:37
I have a Razer Mamba, the most expensive mouse they make and it is falling apart. I've only had it a little over a year and it started going down hill a few months ago.
1. The scrollwheel began squeaking
2. The rubber grommets on both sides of the mouse came unstuck and fell off (rubbish glue)
3. the plastic on the sides of the scrool wheel has come unstuck and warped (cheap plastic)
4. The battery on it barely lasts 2-3 hours so I leave it plugged in over USB all the time now.
Overall I'm really unimpressed with them. I had the diamondback then the Lachesis and finally the Mamba. In my opinion the Diamondback was really well made it lasted me several years and I only replaced it because the sensor began to malfunction. The Lachesis felt like holding a tank in my hand the back of it didn't come down nicely and it gave me wrist ache so I upgraded to the Razer Mamba which I really did think was a fantastic mouse up until about 6 months ago when the whole thing started to fall apart and its battery went to ****. For a £100 mouse I expected it to last longer than a year.
Next time I buy a mouse I'm going to stick to Logitech. Their products seem to last forever.
Posted 04 March 2012 - 05:42
Posted 04 March 2012 - 05:53
I've had my mamba for about 2 and a half years and works like the day i bought it, same with my 2 year old lycosa keyboard.. maybe you should just stop being so vicious with your stuff
Posted 04 March 2012 - 10:28
Count yourself lucky, then.
Nearly a year of use, no problems with it.