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Hello guys,

Don’t know if you’ve used these mouse bungees before, but they essentially eliminate the problem of those extra wires that sometimes get in your way of flicks.

For example:
Steel (the CS Pro currently IGL for Torqued) did a video on this ages ago.

https://www.razer.com/gaming-accessories/razer-mouse-bungee
Razer makes one, but I’ve had bad experiences with Razer’s cheap quality before, and I’m hesitant to use their products.



Anyone have any recommendations if they’re using one now?

Thanks in advance ^^
 

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Hello guys,

Don’t know if you’ve used these mouse bungees before, but they essentially eliminate the problem of those extra wires that sometimes get in your way of flicks.

For example:
Steel (the CS Pro currently IGL for Torqued) did a video on this ages ago.

https://www.razer.com/gaming-accessories/razer-mouse-bungee
Razer makes one, but I’ve had bad experiences with Razer’s cheap quality before, and I’m hesitant to use their products.



Anyone have any recommendations if they’re using one now?

Thanks in advance ^^

I just knew this from you. When I am charging my wireless mouse, I use an improvise. I do know wires get along the way.

This is a great technology that will eliminate unforced errors.
 

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I just knew this from you. When I am charging my wireless mouse, I use an improvise. I do know wires get along the way.

This is a great technology that will eliminate unforced errors.
I’ve always been against wireless mouse due to latency lag etc. However it seems like newer wireless mouses could be possible for gaming.

Which one do you use now, and how is it compared to normal wired mouse?
 

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I’ve always been against wireless mouse due to latency lag etc. However it seems like newer wireless mouses could be possible for gaming.

Which one do you use now, and how is it compared to normal wired mouse?
I use MX master. I use a dongle that comes with it. It will only have latency problems if you connect it via bluetooth.
 

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I just did a quick google image to check it out. It’s got this nice space for your palm, however as my hands sweat easily, I don’t know if the mouse will work for me :( I hate a mouse which is sticky :p
 

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My professional mouse bungee:

 

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I dont prefare this kind of additives to the mouse, cus we can eazy make own mouse boungee without any without financial loss .
 

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My professional mouse bungee:

Not gonna lie. That looks like it can scrap the wire (unless the inner clip is smooth and oiled).

10/10 for execution though VaultBoy
 

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The zowie one is quite nice, on the expensive side tho VaultBoy
 

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The zowie one is quite nice, on the expensive side tho VaultBoy
I’ve got a zowie ec1-a, maybe it’ll complete the whole set KappaPride

Zowie MasterRace
 
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I literally use some tape on the cable, ez
 

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Looks like we’re all spending our money on LC subs, hence our budget on peripherals are a bit tight Kappa
From wooden clips to tape, what else should I try using :p
 

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I bought my Razer bungee with 15 euros so it's really cheap :D
 

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I bought my Razer bungee with 15 euros so it's really cheap :D
Hows the build quality for the bungee?
From my previous comment I’ve had bad experiences with Razer’s products in terms of quality and how they wear out super quick.

I’m probably not gonna use those ingenious methods posted above to DIY a bungee, right now it’s either the Zowie or the Razer.
 

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Hows the build quality for the bungee?
From my previous comment I’ve had bad experiences with Razer’s products in terms of quality and how they wear out super quick.

I’m probably not gonna use those ingenious methods posted above to DIY a bungee, right now it’s either the Zowie or the Razer.
if I were to choose 2nd time I would choose something with light and USB 3.0 like GENESIS Vanad 750.
 

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I use my monitor as a Bungee :D
 
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