PCXmods Mouse Grips v2.0



Using the included towelette I prepared my Logitech G7 by quickly running over it to remove any trace of body oils or accumulated crud.

Logitech G7 bare

Now the beauty of the Mouse Grips really becomes apparent here, as the shapes are almost custom made for my mouse. For anyone considering purchasing Mouse Grips, should you need to 'modify' any of the shapes it can be easily done with a utility knife or sharp pair of scissors.

Further, it's really nice to know that you can add 'grip' to your mouse according to the way that you like it...and not according to what the mouse manufacturer thinks you need. I can personally attest to this as I have particularly short fingers and find the Logitech G7 gets quite slippery in my hands if they in any way get moist. The additional grip that the Mouse Grips provide is a god-send.

G7 with Mouse Grips

However, just be sure that you have your Mouse Grips in the right position before fixing because the adhesive backing will be significantly reduced should you need to reposition any of them.

G7 with Mouse Grips 2

G7 with mouse grips front view

Initially I must confess that I had some reservations about how much the Mouse Grips would change my overall mouse control, but I'm happy to say that it certainly has increased, even in the very short time that I have had them on my mouse.

G7 with Mouse Grips close-up

You can see from the above image just how much additional grip the Mouse Grips provide.

Now that we've seen how well the Mouse Grips are to apply, let's head over the page to see how well they scored in our review...
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Most Recent Comments

24-08-2007, 10:38:25

Late night gaming sessions with your mates; greasy corn chips; pizza and soft drink; sweaty hands - it's a recipe for disaster. We give PCXmods' Mouse Grips v2.0 a run in the OC3D Labs...but will they deliver?


24-08-2007, 10:44:52

lol they look decent, although there not avaible outside the USA yet Quote

24-08-2007, 10:52:10

Yes they are decent actually and no they aren't available outside the US as far as I know. Perhaps ST or Tekheads could get some inQuote

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