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    Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless

    A good gaming mouse made better.
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    Re: Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless

    Holy crap I'm actually excited for a mouse. It's been such a long time before I seen one that ticked all the boxes, and if it did, it was normally a Razer, and I knew the bank would never let me remortgage so that was reet out. But this..oooh.

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    Re: Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless

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    I just wanted something more substantial to my argument than "Tasky's Spidey Senses say so"...
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    Re: Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless

    Argh - I hate that cross-hatched rubberized stuff they use on the grip.
    All it does is fill up with gunk and look horrible. It's such a pain in the ass to clean.

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    Re: Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless

    Quote Originally Posted by Stukes View Post
    Argh - I hate that cross-hatched rubberized stuff they use on the grip.
    All it does is fill up with gunk and look horrible. It's such a pain in the ass to clean.
    Nah, is pish-easy - Most supermarkets sell a 4-pack of Value toothbrushes for a quid. Just give the chequering a scrub with one of those every once in a while. 10 seconds, job done. Brushes come in handy for many other such applications, too!
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    I just wanted something more substantial to my argument than "Tasky's Spidey Senses say so"...
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    And yet, so often such an inkling is proven correct.

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