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Glorious Model O Minus

(4 customer reviews)

4,999.00

  • One of the world’s lightest RGB gaming mouse
  • Honeycomb shell design with G-Skates premium mouse feet
  • RGB backlight
  • Supports up to 12000 DPI, setting can be configured using offline mode(default) or drivers
  • 20 million clicks
  • Lightweight software with remappable DPI
  • Two year domestic warranty.

Latest driver can be downloaded from official Glorious website”

  • Matte Black
  • Matte White
Clear
SKU: GLO-MOD-O-GOM Category:

Description

Additional information

Key Switches

Omron® Mechanical Rated For 20 Million Clicks

Backlight

RGB

Interface(s)

USB 2.0

Logical Layout

6 buttons

Max DPI

12000

Polling Rate

1000hz (1ms)

Weight

58 grams (Matte) and 59 grams (Glossy)*

Cable Length

2 m / 6.5 ft

Cable Type

Ascended Cord (ultra-flexible)

Mouse Feet Thickness

0.81mm

Mouse Feet Type

G-Skates Premium Mouse Feet

Compatible with

Linux, Mac, Windows

Country of origin

China

4 reviews for Glorious Model O Minus

  1. DEVASHISH SHRIVASTAV (verified owner)

    Great mouse for claw grip aiming.And nice mouse for users with small hand.Very light weight and feels almost wireless.

  2. Rahul Karkera (verified owner)

    This mouse good af I bought it 2 weeks ago even since then my aim is point black and I’ve been fuckin people up on cod u gotta buy dis shit.

  3. Yuvraj Sheoran (verified owner)

    Very Good Mouse..Must Buy!

  4. Vishwanath Subramanian (verified owner)

    I received my Model O- on Feb 10 and held off my initial review in order to get a better idea of how compatible it is.

    Some background – I was using a modded-DIY G304 (a little under 80 g that I run at 1200 DPI) before this and wanted something lightweight and didn’t cramp my hands after long-term usage for a change. I play RTS and FPS.

    With the Model O-, I immediately noticed the low weight (58 g I run at 800 DPI) and, for my hand size (18 x 9 cm), it didn’t seem very cumbersome to me coming from another small mouse. I had to change my grip style just a little bit for a more relaxed palm-fingertip hybrid.

    The clicks also feel very crisp and the side-buttons are a noticeable upgrade in quality over the average gaming mouse, including my own. I like the grooved scroll wheel and the DPI button. While there are known QC issues with the regular-sized Model O, I had absolutely no issues build-wise with my Model O-.

    The holes are not a problem and it seems to hold up its paint and colors very well so far; seems resistant to oil and dirt.

    However, I have docked a star off of this review because of a few issues I encountered:

    1. The thin ‘new’ Ascended Cord that comes standard with the Model O- isn’t as thin and out-of-the-way I expected. There is still some amount of that thick lace covering that persists, even though it is possible to push it closer to the USB end with peristalsis. Coming from a wireless mouse, it was a little disappointing to see that the cable could’ve been better. Using a zip-tie mod helps mitigate this cable drag a bit.

    2. Sometimes there are occasional short teleports/spin-outs while gaming, and I encountered this even without the ziptie. I’ll do some research on this and find out what’s causing this.

    3. This one is a bit minor, but a bit more of a hump in the rear would’ve helped with claw-grip and hybrid-claw styles.

    Overall I’m very satisfied with the mouse and the price at which I got this off of Meckeys. Kudos to both Meckeys and Glorious for making such quality products accessible to the average gamer and I wish them all the very best.

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