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SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Thick Cloth - Best Selling Mouse Pad of All Time - Peak Tracking and Stability - Black

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Description

  • The top choice of esports pros for nearly 20 years
  • Exclusive QcK micro-woven cloth optimized for low and high DPI tracking movements
  • Extra thick non-slip rubber base eliminates unwanted movement
  • Ideal for most users with average desk space and mid to low DPI who want extra stability, especially on uneven surfaces
  • 320 mm x 270 mm x 6 mm / 12.6 in x 10.8 in

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Customer Reviews

Fantastic, but... This is a very good quality mouse pad, but it arrived rolled up! I was told it would flatten out over time. 5 months later, it still won't sit flat. I was also told to heat it. I set it in front of my heater until it was hot, then pressed it between two surfaces until it was cool again. It lasted all of 2 hours before curling again.I then threw it in the microwave for 30-ish seconds until it was scalding, pressed it under even more weight, (at least 20 lbs), and still, it won't sit flat. I've even rotated it once every 4 days for the full 5 months I've had it, hoping that make sure each side was flattened for equal amounts of time under the mouse, and the side pressed flat by my usage simply curled back into its original shape, every time I switched to a new side.The curl isn't just an esthetic issue. My mouse doesn't respond well when it hits any of the mouse that refuses to touch the desk, and due to how it was rolled up, that's the vast majority, save for the 4 inch by 4 inch corner I've flattened down the last few days. That wouldn't be as big a deal if I had bought a 4" X 4" mouse pad. But I bought a 12.5" X 11.5" mouse pad.I'm done with Steelseries. They ripped me off with their awful Merc Stealth keyboard, and they ripped me off with their curled up mouse pad.Avoid this pad if you're serious about gaming, or have a lot you need your mouse for, because it's just a headache to use. 2Overhyped? Good mousepad. Tracks well. Coming from my OLD Goliathus, I do prefer the extra thickness and clean edges.Unfortunately there was a significant flaw in the stitching on the tracking surface, about 3/4 of the way up from the bottom. I know it's not an expensive mousepad, and it feels good other than the flaw on the tracking surface. I will probably try to order another one in the future and hope it arrives without the same flaw. (edit: or not ... read on for update)UPDATE: Less than one month has passed since this was delivered to me, and the only edge of the mousepad that I was able to use as the bottom edge (thanks to the stitching flaw) is now rolling up. I've been PC gaming for over 20 years and never seen even the cheapest and crappiest of mouse pads come apart so quickly. Changing my review from 3 stars to 2 stars. It felt good for a few weeks but it seems the Quality is sorely lacking. 2It Just Works. What else can I say about such a generic mousepad except that it works? I purchased the QcK Mass (Extra Thick) and I am happy with my choice. The extra thickness gives more support for your wrist. It handles very smooth and the tracking is great. Considering I have a laser mouse, I am pretty surprised at how well it has been performing on this pad. However, the mousepad is very cheap and isn't packaged very well. In that case, my mousepad came not flat, but it is slowly flattening over time. It does not have stitched edges, and therefore I am afraid it may fray after a few months of use. Considering the price, you could just buy another. Anyway, it is a very good mousepad for my gaming needs and I would recommend it. Will update if anything happens. 4Awful smell D; Good size, good thickness, and mouse glides almost as smooth as my Corsair MM400 (plastic). I wanted to switch to a fabric mouse mat due to the MM400 being too hard and the edge cuts into my wrist/arm with the way I rest wrist/arm on it. The softer material of the QcK mass did take that problem away, but introduced another one with its God awful smell. If I sit upright my face is about a foot from the mat, but most of the time I slouch so it's more like 10 inches. Right out of the box, the mat has this weird acrid plasticky rubber smell that is very very unpleasant that I decided to set it aside to wait for the smell to go away (I did also leave it outside for a whole day). It's not until a month later that the smell grow faint enough so I can actually start using it.Conclusion: with the fact that I have to wait a WHOLE MONTH to start using this mat, I took off 2 stars for that. I actually wouldn't mind paying more for a higher quality mat without any kind of smell. Of course, your mat may not smell at all or you may not be as sensitive to the rubber smell as I am, so take it with a grain of salt. 3Large, comfortable and doesn't move around It feels strange to actually be paying for a mouse pad, but all of the free ones I had around were small, thin and poor quality. This QcK mass pad is exactly what I wanted - about twice as big in length and width, thick and heavy. The thick I like because it makes my wrist feel better (I've never had much success with dedicated wrist cushions), and the heavy I like because it doesn't move around. My mouse operates just fine with it. I'm not a gamer, but this is a great mouse pad for anyone. 5Great value Since 2015-9-14, updated 2015-12-25I bought refurbished / recertified, which comes rolled up in a plastic wrap with no retail stuff. No imperfections so far, and it smells like new.I chose the Mass mainly because of the much lower price of the refurb, and also because I limit myself to brands that directly support professional gamers such as Steelseries. The size is standard for a gaming mat: enough for 1080p on the desktop, and best for medium to high sensitivity in first person games. It also makes for a good value point priced below the larger mats and higher quality mats and hard surfaces. The Steelseries surfaces, in general, are more square than Razer surfaces, which means that a Steelseries surface might not fit in a laptop sleeve that the similar sized Razer can, but the thickness of the Mass and Heavy would suggest they are better at returning to flat after being tossed in a larger bag. The thickness was not a necessity for me but I think it is promising for travel use. So far it does not seem to be any more rigid on a flat surface than my previous mat, a Goliathus Speed. The foam does not depress much from hand pressure so it has no shortcomings there.This is my first QCK. Compared to my Goliathus Speed, the surface of the Mass is rougher to the touch. If your wrist drags on the mat, you will notice the roughness, but there is very little friction with mouse feet when moving slowly, or from a standstill, even for a heavier mouse. The above makes this mat good for small precision movements, especially for high sensitivity users, acceleration users, wireless users, and perhaps artists. Although, I am none of the above.I am not sure, but I believe the Mass and Heavy surfaces are meant to be more water resistant than others. It is extremely easy to clean with a damp to dry sponge. And it is quite necessary because the surface is a dust magnet.As expected from a Steelseries surface, the tracking is perfect for both my optical Salmosa and laser Razer Tron mice. At low DPI, the sensor was the limiting factor before the mat. Tracking is not disrupted over the logo in the corner. The lift off distance of the Mass and Goliathus are similar, but the Salmosa, with its huge lift off distance, seems to track fully all the way to the top on the rougher Mass, as opposed to tapering off during lift on the finer Goliathus. The movement during lift is more predictable but it is more important to lift the mouse as fast as possible when needed. I would say that users who often pick up their mice will find this to be the biggest difference between the mats.Finally the bottom rubber is quite impressive. It has a bit of reflective shine, presumably helping to distinguish up from down in a dark LAN center. The Mass also holds the table much better than the Goliathus, and the Mass stays put over time unlike the Goliathus. I wonder if that is helped by the thickness. 5Large, and works great I had been using a cheap mouse without a mouse pad for years, but when I finally upgraded to a gaming mouse, it didn't quite work as well on wood, and the inaccuracy of a wood surface seemed to defeat the purpose of a $150 mouse. It's nice & large, feels nice, sticks to my desk, and most importantly, it works. Given the size, I rarely find myself "falling" off the edge of the pad, and after a couple months, it's still clean, with no frays, but I don't eat at my computer and there is only a thin layer of dust under my monitor now, so my office isn't that dirty.I read some complaints that it is shipped rolled up. I didn't think much of it, and just put it on my desk, and went about my business. When my hand is on the mouse, it flattened out the pad, and within a few days, the pad was flat. A month later, it's still flat. ...I'm not why people complained.The only negative I can think of is the logo. I don't like extra trash on my desk, so this bothers me a bit, but I prefer the size and feel, more than I don't like the little logo. 5Competitive Quality and Comfort I was switching off a Razer Vespula. I was big into wrist pads and the razer was one of the coolest that offered it so I tried it for a little over a year. I got used to the plastic "surface" vs "cloth" but always felt like it was a little off.Recently, I switched back to cloth pads. I tried several out at my local best buy - Roccat Taito Control, Lenovo gaming pad, and finally the SteelSeries QcK pad. The Taito Control was the best because of its thickness but it was way too big. The Lenovo was slimy feeling and too slippery for me. The QcK was ok but way too thin.The description for the QcK states that the pad is so thin in order to make the most out of the natural high quality surface of your desk... If I wanted that, I wouldn't use a pad at all. I don't think they make memory foam desks yet, so the natural quality was uncomfortable as s***!!Anyway, I started looking for the mid size Taito and came across SteelSeries other lines of pads including the Mass and the Heavy. I saw that the Heavy was as big (or bigger) than the Taito Control so it was an easy cross off. The Mass sounded like just the right size.And now that I have it, I see that it is! Perfect size and an easier transition from having a wrist rest due to its thickness. I do miss a little comfort from the wrist rest but you can't beat the control of having the base of your palm rest on the pad itself. I love it so far.I can agree with the others though, this pad will be a dust magnet. I usually wipe of my pad regularly anyway, but this one will keep me busy for sure. Hope this helps with your decision! 4The mouse pad is completely bent out of shape from packaging. I don't know how old this has been laying around in its packaging or if it's an issue with the packaging itself but I've never received a mouse pad (especially one for gaming) that came in a creased ball. I've had this mouse pad sitting under a stack of heavy books after opening for over 3 hours. These picture are literally what it STILL looks like after trying to flatten it out. I attempted to use this mouse pad even with the warped surface and my mouse is just wobbles around completely useless.I am requesting a replacement and I'd rather not have to waste time dropping this off at a UPS store for the trouble. 1Best mouse pad for the price, and you don't need any one with a higher price! Now I've been using this mouse pad for 5 months, and the only word I can say about it is AMAZING! yes it is a thick and big, still the thickness is explainable and needed! this mouse bad makes you go through hours of gaming without getting your wrist numb, with this pad you don't need the Gel based wrist support, I used to have marks of friction ( and yes thickened skin) on the inner wrist, but since I started using this mouse pad it is all gone! it is big enough to rest your wrist and part of your arm on it, so will not have any problem with your arm rubbing against its edge, but not too big to be annoying next to your keyboard.The lower surface is rubbery and will not slip over any kind of table material ( Metal . glass , wood , plastic) , so you will not have any problems with slippage.The mouse movement over it is so smooth and slick , I used multiple mice with it ( Logitech G403 Prodigy, G700 and smaller mice, Microsoft , etc...) and the speed and accuracy are amazing, the surface cloth produce enough friction to feel resistance, but not too much to feel rough.I feel after a few months of use that its thickness is not as in the past, am not sure if it is just a feeling or real, but the comfort isn't changed a bit.Will definitely recommend 5
SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Thick Cloth - Best Selling Mouse Pad of All Time - Peak Tracking and Stability - Black

SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Thick Cloth - Best Selling Mouse Pad of All Time - Peak Tracking and Stability - Black

4.5
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