YOU GOT THE CHOICE
Let us build your mouse or do it yourself!
PMM = POPULAR SHAPES + WIRELESS + LIGHT
HIGH QUALITY COMPONENTS
The shells are 3D printed which allows designs that would never be possible with traditional manufacturing methods like injection molding. The technology we use is called MJF and the material is PA12.
As battery source we use a 600mAh AAA micro USB battery. Each charge lasts up to 120h of gaming. The advantage is that if the battery dies after a few years of use, you can simply replace it on your own giving the mouse a new life.
To provide the best glide while still keeping the weight low, we partnered up with another German company called Corepads to develop our own 100% PTFE mouse feet.
To give the best possible grip we decided to use a material that is not completely smooth, even sweaty hands are no problem at all. If that is not enough, we include the grippiest grip tape we could find.
Since the beginning of gaming mice in the year 2000 only a few shapes have proven to be suitable for high performance gaming. Shapes made by companies like Zowie, Finalmouse, Zaunkoenig or EndgameGear.
Every component of the mouse should have the highest possible quality. That's why we replace the Logitech micro switches with Kailh GM 4.0 switches.
One feature that no other gaming mouse on the market has is our tensioning system that we developed on our own. Left and right mouse button actuation force are possible to calibrate to your own preference simply by turning a screw.
Reload in seconds! The button cell solution reduces the weight to only 44g total. P-SL S, M & L ( Inspired by Starlight-12 S/M/L) run with A675 batteries, each battery lasting about a week.
The magnetic charger makes charging super easy
Our goal is to have a high customer satisfaction rate, so we offer a 2 weeks return window and a personal customer support where every case gets resolved. Feel free to contact us if you experience any problems.
NOT SURE WHICH?
To choose the shape that best fits your grip, we have the following shape guide. Larger mice are usually better for palm- and smaller ones for fingertip-grip.