Black / Red
- 69 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build My Man Corner
Use this around 2000 dpi and its awesome. Some customizability with the color and the macro buttons. Extremely comfortable and fills your whole hand in a very satisfying way
- 34 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build Vulpes Vulpes
I used to have a logitech mouse, but it died while I was traveling a year ago, and this was the only mouse I could get on short notice. It works ok. It's not stellar, but it works fine, and it was like... 12 bucks? Something like that.
- 27 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build FireRed V2
Old mouse didn't have enough buttons for me, this one has 7 programmable ones!
- 18 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Good Ol' Black n' Red (pricing w/ peripherals)
Just, wow, this mouse offer so much for a super cheap price, without feeling cheap as well. RGB lighting, over 16,000 DPI, custom settings, easy to use software really grippy. Don't know why anyone would spend $50 on a mouse that offers half as much as this one does. Hats off to Reddragon.
- 11 points
- 51 months ago
from completed build ☼ First Build ☼ Arboststâkud "The Deified Machine"
The mouse that comes with the keyboard isn't really great for me, so I got this. Fits my hand very well, seems to work great. Very programmable, but I've never had a gaming mouse before, and don't have a point of comparison.
- 9 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build My first gaming pc
Best mouse ever. Feels great in my hand. And only 27 bucks.
- 9 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Skeletor (Update: 12/19/17)
Received 12/25/17 for Christmas. So far I love this mouse. I previously used a corsair Scimitar. The scimitar was nice but I got it second hand, at which point the side buttons didn't work except for 6, 9, and 12, and none of the customizable lighting was working.
The mammoth comes with all of its included weights pre-installed. This is the way I've been using the mouse so far. I feel like it is not much heavier than my Scimitar was with all weight installed, and I prefer it with the weights rather than without. Will probably tweak with removing and installing different amounts of weight at a later time.
Finish on the mouse is nice and grippy, and the thumb and right finger rests are a nice touch. The three buttons on the left side aren't in just the right spot for me but I don't have to shift my grip much to hit them.
I've tried to avoid red components as much as I could but asked for this mouse anyhow due to the reviews I had read on it. The lighting is mostly customizable except for the scroll wheel, DPI lights, and the "ring" around the base of the mouse(at least for me). I have have gotten around this limitation by adjusting the available DPI profiles to just the level I use and making that the "blue" profile. This brings me to software.
Mouse works right away without installing any extra software. After installing the software you can remap the buttons, customize the DPI levels to whatever you want, customize the lighting, and other items.
The software is laid out well, simple, and intuitive enough. I might be missing something with the lighting screen however, as the labels on the breathing speeds start with "closed". I believe this is no breathing, which is what I was after. It appears to work but if you make any changes to the color after the fact it goes back to breathing, despite still having "closed" selected. Select another speed, reselect closed and apply and it stops breathing again. Another item I'm not sure I'm missing is how to change the color of the scroll wheel. It's red no matter what I do. Pictures show it matching the back of the mouse. EDIT: Scroll wheel light is also an indicator like the DPI keys, this can be changed by selecting the current User mode with the mode select on the bottom of the mouse. I bet I can set the "blue" mode up to my liking and just switch to that to get the lights to all match up.
Not a deal-breaker though.
Overall I'm very satisfied with this mouse. Will edit review as needed after using the mouse more.
- 9 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build TONKAWOOF
I got this mouse because when I did I was on a tight budget. After countless hours of reading reviews on dozens of mice and learning about the different OEM/ODM manufacturers of input peripherals I eventually settled on this guy. Don't let the price fool you, this is a great mouse. Despite what you'd probably assume, Redragon is the ODM for a lot of other devices, not a generic ripoff as I initially figured. They used to exclusively make devices as a ODM for other companies starting in 1996 and eventually started selling products under their own name. I have had no desire to upgrade this mouse at all, even though I can probably afford it now. Everything after that is subjective and mostly about what "feels" good to you. I use it at 800DPI full time and it's been great. I love it. I can't speak for much higher DPIs, though.
- 8 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build First Build- 1080p with OC
Great mouse! Cheap and comes with and the functions and features of a high end mouse. Only complaints are the software which lacks user friendliness in customization and the plastic pads that come with the mouse mess the lazer sensor up.
- Intel Core i7-6700K
- GeForce GTX 1070
- AMD FX-8320 (@4.5GHz)
- GeForce GTX 970
- AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
- GeForce GTX 1060 6GB