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    ROG Spatha - Spare mouseskates/feet

    Ello internet

    So i have been trying to find some replacement mouseskates or feet online, but with no luck.
    Any ideas on where to find such a thing ?

    -Angle

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    Question Where to find replacement sliders?

    Yeah, that's a good question. I've tried looking for them in the past but wasn't able to find any.
    Unless a kit is available, the only option is applying some Teflon tape.
    For example, Amazon has this
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003DZ16X4...a-306608891991

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    Sorry, we don't sell these separately so you would need to do a little bit of DIY.

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    Excellent find mate A++

    Just need someone to find the perfect battery replacement now

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    These are AWESOME by the way

    However make sure to have some sort of cleaner to remove old residue from the old " skates "

    I used goo gone .... worked great and mouse glides as good as new again

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    The battery is custom spec, please check with your local ASUS Service Center. Other batteries of similar size have less capacity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ASUS View Post
    The battery is custom spec, please check with your local ASUS Service Center. Other batteries of similar size have less capacity.
    You could tell me what would be the "normal" autonomy of the battery with a "normal" use (Internet, design, some games from time to time).
    I ask more than anything because every day I have to charge the mouse and with a Logitech M510 the rechargeable batteries (of lower maH) lasted me for months.

    I have problems with Spatha's internal battery or what is going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eze2kiel View Post
    You could tell me what would be the "normal" autonomy of the battery with a "normal" use (Internet, design, some games from time to time).
    I ask more than anything because every day I have to charge the mouse and with a Logitech M510 the rechargeable batteries (of lower maH) lasted me for months.

    I have problems with Spatha's internal battery or what is going on?
    In general, place the Spatha back on the dock at the end of the day. With more intense gaming or bright lighting effects on, you may need to dock it while taking a break. This is normal for the Spatha, it consumes more power than the average mouse since it is focused on performance and experience (higher resolution, polling rate, and Aura Sync lighting).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ASUS View Post
    In general, place the Spatha back on the dock at the end of the day. With more intense gaming or bright lighting effects on, you may need to dock it while taking a break. This is normal for the Spatha, it consumes more power than the average mouse since it is focused on performance and experience (higher resolution, polling rate, and Aura Sync lighting).
    On Wireless mode, I use only the Logo's LED with 25% of bright...

    I don't Know why the Spatha consume ALL the battery.

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