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Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse $89 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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One of the best gaming mice I have ever used. Great for people with larger hands as this mouse is big.

  • Three modes of connection: Hyper-fast, sub-1ms Slipstream Corsair Wireless Technology, low-latency Bluetooth, or USB wired
  • Contoured shape that’s sculpted specifically for palm-grips and larger hands, giving you comfort when it counts
  • Custom Pixart PMW3391 native 18,000 DPI optical sensor with 1 DPI resolution steps for ultra-accurate tracking and accuracy
  • Ten fully programmable buttons to customize the way you play, with powerful macros and key remaps to give you an in-game advantage
  • Ultra-durable Omron switches rated for more than 50 million clicks
  • Dynamic, three-zone RGB backlighting with dozens of customizable presets and effects

usual price is $129

PLEASE NOTE:

This mouse is prone to the "mousewheel of death" problem and in all honesty it will happen sooner or later. The fix is simple and takes about 10 mins and extends the life of the mouse for years once done.

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  • +1

    I've got the wired version. After about 12 months the mouse wheel click only registers 50% of the time. It's an ok mouse otherwise, great size. Probably wouldn't buy again, though.

  • +1

    The fact that Corsair haven't fixed the scroll wheel issue suggests how cheap these are to manufacture. The size and shape are good, but within 12 months you'll probably be shipping it to Taiwan (at your own expense <$20) and they will ship a new one. Customer service is fine, though it must feel like Ground Hog day for service staff.

  • +1

    I fixed the issue myself. There are 2 different fixes depending on which suits you better. You can 3D-print a new axel or modify the existing one with an allen key (<— I did this). Both completely negate the problem so it doesn't happen again.

  • I've given up on Corsair mice. Even though I had two that used a micro usb cable to charge/connect, the port is so recessed or shaped weirdly around it that you can only use the cable that came with the mouse. Lost it? cable broke? Too bad. When I had a wheel death on one of them I just returned it for a refund, not gonna bother with them again.

  • Gonna stick with my G502 thanks - heh

  • +1

    They should've named it Ironpalm…

  • I am normally a fan of corsair but this mouse is not worth more than $30-40. It's got issues.

  • Mine just flat out died within 2 weeks swapped over at JB to a Logitech . The software interface these companies produce man oh man talk about bloatware.

  • Do not buy, I purchased it before WFH, the scroll wheel collapsed twice and Corsair just keeps sending me refurbished RMA replacements, AVOID!

    I have even escalated with their customer support but they just keep blaming it on the pandemic for no response,
    wants to charge you for replacement as well

    AVOID at all cost

    • Again, this is the "mousewheel of death" problem that is easily fixed. Once you do the fix it will most probably never break again. This mouse is my second favourite mouse of all time once the mousewheel is fixed so it can't break. I only rate the old school Logitech G700 as "better".

      • mate, I respectfully disagree, but I'm glad you managed to fix yours once and for all :)

        I throw money at the problem, I should not be fixing the solution to my problem some more :/

  • +1

    Have had one for a year now, great for large hands, software and key mapping is a pain but doable, scroll wheel is fine so fair, mouse is very heavy compared to others, battery life is okay with lights off, sensor and gaming is it works well.

    I would buy again for this price. :)

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