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    It is hard to distinguish an overall winner tbh, so many good mouse pads out there, and it's all down to preference!
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    I think the boogie will be the best as I like for an large area be covered.

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    Can't go wrong!
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    I don't remember the name, however its that big one, acts as an arm rest also.

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    Was gonna order a mouse mat for 7.19 but delivery is nearly the same D=

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    Ah sorry man

    I knew you used too wasn't sure if you still did that's all!
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    I just use a cutting board from a Craft Shop strangely enough its the only "mat" my Mouse would work seamlessly on...
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    some mices just plain don't like some types of surface
    my Fireglider worked beautifully on the solid pad i used, and horribly on cloth, and now my RAT is completely the opposite
    not that it's actually bad on the solid pad, just that it's much, much nicer on the cloth one

    problem is, you just don't know until you try

    i use a Steelseries Qck these days, can't fault it

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    I got a Roccat Sence Glacier Blue from Currys a couple of days ago for 5.95 (they're usally about 15), i think if any stores have them they're all the same price. It's a very nice mat, i had to change my func 1080 surface (suich an epic mat) as the R.A.T 5 hates it - the lazer had major tracking issues on it.

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    Just got my Boogie Bug XL in the mail, love it bery nice and spacious just what I need =D thanks guys
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