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REDRAGON P003 Suzaku Extra Large Gaming Mouse Pad Mat, Silky Smooth, Waterproof, Stitched Edges 800 * 300 * 3 mm $7.99

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[Canada Computers] REDRAGON P003 Suzaku Extra Large Gaming Mouse Pad Mat, Silky Smooth, Waterproof, Stitched Edges 800 * 300 * 3 mm $7.99

Extra cheap mouse pad mat.

REDRAGON was started in 2012 from an existing gaming hardware Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) that opened in 1996. Redragon's aim is to deliver gaming accessories of the highest quality and performance. Our research and development team consists of experts in modeling, structure design, electronics, user interface, and software.


Our 215,000 square foot factory is independently owned and is both ISO9001 and ISO14001 certified. Our production line uses the latest equipment for high quality tooling, plastic injection molding, automation, screen printing and more while being both lead-free and environmentally responsible.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

LARGE SIZE DESIGN: 800 * 300 * 3 mm Large enough to fit your mouse, keyboard, and other desk items at the same time. Offers plenty of room for gaming or office works while protecting your desk

ULTRA SMOOTH SURFACE: High-quality fine mesh cloth allows for optimum speed and accurate control while gaming. Experience silky-smooth feel and maximum comfort while you surf the web, work in the office or play your favorite games

PREMIUM DESIGN: Waterproof Surface, Anti-slip Rubber Base. Waterproof coating prevents damage from spilled drinks or other accidents. Heavy duty anti-slip rubber backing keeps it secure in one place

ELABORATE EDGE STITCHING: Professionally stitched frame greatly increases lifespan and prevent fraying or peeling of the surface. Portable and durable for long term use

WATERPROOF TOP, ANTI SLIP RUBBER BOTTOM: This mouse pad has a waterproof coating to prevent damage from spilled drinks or other accidents. Heavy duty anti-slip rubber bottom prevents this mouse pad from sliding or movement. Never worry about it slides around or drift on your desktop while you're using it.

Enjoy!
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Jr. Member
Mar 26, 2018
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Saskatoon
Shipping to Saskatchewan for 11.99 Kills it for me :(
Sweet deal though!
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Nov 1, 2015
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Vancouver, BC
"Anti-Fray Stitched Frame, Machine Washable"

Does that mean washing machine or dishwasher?
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Deal Addict
Oct 13, 2012
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BBQPEANUT wrote: "Anti-Fray Stitched Frame, Machine Washable"

Does that mean washing machine or dishwasher?
Should be.
Sr. Member
Aug 21, 2019
814 posts
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BC
I have 1 and it works well. I even toss it into the laundry and dryer, but go easy.
Sr. Member
Dec 14, 2011
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Toronto
Is there anyway to remove the red dragon logo?
Deal Addict
Dec 2, 2004
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Funny, I haven't used a mouse pad since the good old ball mice. I just assumed they're not needed anymore with optical / laser tracking. Do these really help, or just for gaming?
Member
Apr 7, 2005
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Some surfaces don't track well (glass or bumpy tables) or people just don't like the feeling of gliding the mouse over that surface and mousepad helps.
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Oct 19, 2007
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Montreal
frugal69 wrote: Funny, I haven't used a mouse pad since the good old ball mice. I just assumed they're not needed anymore with optical / laser tracking. Do these really help, or just for gaming?
I destroyed an ikea desk tabletop a few years ago because I wasn't using a mousepad. It took some time but the surface got scratched, then eventually it made a hole. Just because of friction from the mouse.
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Feb 18, 2015
373 posts
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Toronto, ON
BBQPEANUT wrote: "Anti-Fray Stitched Frame, Machine Washable"

Does that mean washing machine or dishwasher?
Yes.
Member
Dec 4, 2017
394 posts
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Whitby
fjanicki wrote: I destroyed an ikea desk tabletop a few years ago because I wasn't using a mousepad. It took some time but the surface got scratched, then eventually it made a hole. Just because of friction from the mouse.
frugal69 wrote: Funny, I haven't used a mouse pad since the good old ball mice. I just assumed they're not needed anymore with optical / laser tracking. Do these really help, or just for gaming?
I thought the same till I started losing my mouse pointer, decided to try it and dah... works much better for my laser mouse.
fjanicki wrote:
I destroyed an ikea desk tabletop a few years ago because I wasn't using a mousepad. It took some time but the surface got scratched, then eventually it made a hole. Just because of friction from the mouse.
I had the same problem. LOL
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MrMello wrote: I thought the same till I started losing my mouse pointer, decided to try it and dah... works much better for my laser mouse.
I had the same problem. LOL
Exactly why I just picked one up.
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Mar 15, 2019
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well...

Got a dozen Mustache from primecables last year. was 1.99 each?
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Feb 15, 2011
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Toronto
416vtyou wrote: Is there anyway to remove the red dragon logo?
Use a sharpie and make it into a black dragon.
or
It looks like a printed logo so some chemicals & a scraper might work?
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Feb 15, 2011
196 posts
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Toronto
frugal69 wrote: Funny, I haven't used a mouse pad since the good old ball mice. I just assumed they're not needed anymore with optical / laser tracking. Do these really help, or just for gaming?
1) If you have an expensive mouse, its feet will get destroyed less.
2) Some prefer the feeling of cloth vs glass or wood
3) Depending on the grip, your hand is better gliding on cloth than wood or glass

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