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G-Wolves Skoll Gaming Mouse – only 66 grams

(16 customer reviews)

$48.90$69.80

G-wolves skoll is the light weight ergonomic gaming mouse, 66 grams with Honeycomb Hole Shell. This Skoll mouse is large size version, 125 x 68 x 42mm.  Sensor: PMW3360, resolution up to 12000cpi, Max. acceleration: 50 G, Max. speed: 250 IPS, Optical Lens: 1:1

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Description

TECH

  • Sensor: 3360 Optical
  • DPI: 200-12000, in steps of 100
  • Polling Rate in HZ: 125 / 250 / 500 / 1000
  • RGB: Yes
  • Button: 7 Buttons
  • Coating: Matte
  • Cable: Paracord build in and extra one
  • Connection: Wired
  • Cable length: 1.8 m / 5.9 ft

Package includes:

  • one Skoll Mouse
  • one extra paracord
  • one tin box(Random color)
  • Micro switch, mouse skates and grip tape. These are gifts from brand owners and are subject to change without notice.

 

Skoll packing list 20190906

As shown in the package list, products other than the mouse are given as gifts. We are not responsible for any changes to the gifts.

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about round edge mouse skates for skoll

Round edge mouse skates for Skoll, IE3.0, Hati

Thor XXL with black Skoll mouse

Black Skoll and Thor mouse pad

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Hand orientation: Right
  • Width – Back: 6.75 cm / 2.65 in
  • Width – Front: 6.31 cm / 2.48 in
  • Width – Middle: 6.00 cm / 2.36 in
  • Length: 12.46 cm / 4.90 in
  • Height: 4.23 cm / 1.66 in
  • Weight: 66 g / 2.32 oz

TRACKING

  • Sensor: PMW3360
  • Resolution: Selectable resolution up to 12000cpi
  • Max. acceleration: > 50 G
  • Max. speed: > 250 IPS
  • Optical Lens: 1:1

RESPONSIVENESS

  • USB data format: 16 bits/axis
  • Frame Rate: up to 12000 fps

OTHER FEATURES

  • Onboard memory: 5 profiles
  • Lightweight, flexible USB cable

REQUIREMENTS

  • Windows® 7 or later

Driver Download

Important Note:
1. Run as an administrator.
2. When running the driver, please turn off the anti-virus software first.

Firmware

  • Download here
  • Tips: Be sure to turn off the mouse driver before performing the firmware update.
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  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Review on Russian / отзыв на русском

    Artem Grishin

    Может кому пригодится отзыв на русском. Доставка 10 дней до Москвы, первые впечатление очень крутые (упаковка, шнур всё круто), форма мышки похожа на MS 3.0. Лень полностью расписывать если есть какие-то вопросы пишите в discord #AG4065

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  2. Endgame mouse with some QC issues

    slywolf (verified owner)

    Ive always loved the EC shape, but have been using a G403 so far because Benq have decided to do nothing good with their shapes. This is where the skoll comes in and damn does it nail almost everything.

    First of the shape is amazing as expected, but more importantly the weight such a gamechanger. I havent used a low weight mouse until now as theyve all been ambi, but finally there’s a low weight ergo mouse and in the EC shape no less! The holes are also not an issue in any way, if anything I quite like them as they give a bit of extra grip and I get some much needed ventilation for my sweaty hands. The coating is very rough which feels great, but there’s one small issue and that is that there seems to be some slight discoloration where I rest my fingers on the m1/m2 buttons. This is on the black model. Another issue with the build is the flex on the left side. This seems to be the most wide-spread issue with this mouse and mine isnt without fault, but luckily its very very slight on my model. I dont notice it at all in-game, but if I press right under the side buttons it makes a sqeak and flexes a bit. There’s also some rattle when shaking it, but again doesnt happen when gaming so its really a non issue.

    That’s about it for the negatives, the rest is nearly perfect. 3360 sensor is flawless. Scroll wheel is amazing with perfect tactility, weight and click. Sidebuttons are simply the best Ive used, no pre/post-travel and very satisfying clicks. M1/M2 buttons are fine and they fixed the debounce latency with a software update. The cable is AMAZING, especially coming from more typical modern gaming mice. Stock mouse feet are good and glide smoothly on my G-SR mousepad. Also even though Im not really an RGB person the RGB is done very tastefully, although I’d personally take no RGB for guaranteed no side flex instead. Gotta mention the packaging which in of itself is awesome and the included tinbox instantly found a place on my desk.

    All in all this is an amazing mouse for a great price and really seems to be as endgame I think a mouse could get for me. If g-wolves could fix the minor QC issues with later revisions I could easily see myself picking up another one in white.

    +Timeless shape
    +Very low weight
    +Amazing cable
    +Fantastic buttons, especially side buttons
    +Perfect scroll-wheel
    +Flawless sensor

    -Minor side flex
    -Minor discoloration on m1/m2
    -Rattle

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  3. One person found this helpful

    Great quality mouse. Great support from X-Raypad.

    OpStorm95

    This mouse is very high quality. I have used many mice until this point and this is by far, one of my favourites. If you like the EC series from Zowie, you will love this mouse. It is incredibly comfortable to play with and hold in your hand. The build quality on the mouse is very good. The m1, m2 buttons are crisp, light, and have no pretravel. The scroll wheen has a nice click and the steps are defined, but not too loud. It is good for browsing and gaming. The side buttons are some of the best I have ever seen on a mouse. They have zero pre-travel and a nice click. The sidewall of the mouse flexes a tiny bit, but it is not a deal-breaker by any means. The holes in the side of the mouse help with gripping the mouse. I love the matte coating on this mouse as well. The weight of this mouse makes it feel very good in game. The cable is the best I have ever seen on a wired mouse. It is very flexible. It feels like a proper paracord. The mouse feet glide well on my mousepad as well. The packaging is a nice surprise and it is nice to see a company provide extra feet.
    PS. X-Raypad is great to deal with. Shipping is fast and they respond very quickly. I had an issue with the first mouse I received and they helped me right away. One of the better sellers out there.
    I highly recommend this if you want an ergonomic, light, and well-built mouse.

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  4. One person found this helpful

    An Ergo Classic

    Leezy (verified owner)

    I want to preface this review by saying I, like many interested in this mouse, had some initial skepticism towards X-Raypad and G-Wolves. I had not heard of either of these companies up until the announcement of the G-Wolves Skoll. I can safely say my fears were completely unwarranted. Not only did my mouse arrive two days after shipment, but X-Raypad was EXTREMELY helpful when I ran into an issue with the mouse software. Their customer support spent the entire day helping me until we finally resolved the issue and the mouse and software are working great now.

    The recent wave of lightweight mice has given way to a rise in competitors all vying to have the lowest weight numbers and drill the greatest number of holes into their mice. Most of these companies have used the ambidextrous model for its practicality and safety in design. However, G-Wolves have taken a different approach by using the ergonomic design for their all new gaming mouse, the Skoll, and I have to say, this is a fantastic ergonomic mouse.

    G-Wolves is a Chinese company based in Beijing, China specializing in manufacturing computer peripherals, specifically mice. I have not had the chance to try any of their other offerings prior to the Skoll. However, after the using the Skoll, I would be more than happy to try their other products.

    Packaging

    The packaging was the first thing that surprised me. I watched all the videos about the tin the mouse is encased in but expected nothing more than that. The actual tin itself is wrapped and shipped airtight in a nice cardboard box featuring the G-Wolves/Skoll branding and a snazzy design. Everything about the packaging experience feels extremely professional and well-done.

    I have opened countless mice, and there always seems to be a major difference between opening mice from big companies such as Logitech or Zowie and opening mice from smaller companies. Bigger companies put a lot more effort into the design and care of the box, and the experience of opening these boxes reflects that quality. I am extremely happy to say G-Wolves has hit that mark and even exceeded it. The tin looks very nice in person and offers a fun level of collectability to the product. The packaging feels remarkably solid.

    The Skoll

    Yes, this mouse is the bomb. I love my EC2-B Divina. I really, really do. In fact, I first discovered my love for ergonomic mice through the EC2-B. But I dislike the glossy coating and the weight of the mouse itself. And sure, I could go through the process of de-coating the mouse and drilling holes/removing unnecessary weight, but G-Wolves said I didn’t have to. The Skoll is incredibly similar to the EC2-B. I believe they differ VERY slightly in height and length, with the Skoll being ever so slightly longer and taller.

    The Skoll is literally everything I wanted out of my EC2-B Divina and more. When I took the mouse for testing; I was shocked by the quality of the mouse itself. As I stated with the packaging, there is a certain air of quality to the product from bigger companies such as Logitech or Zowie. When you pick up one of their mice, it just feels solid and rugged. I really expect that level of quality from every mouse manufacturer, and some of the mice I have owned feel extremely cheap in comparison. However, G-Wolves came along and not only surprised me but proved my assumptions wrong. The Skoll feels incredibly premium in all facets.

    The click switches are Omron D2FC-F-K(50M). The clicks feel extremely responsive and tactile. Both the left and right mouse buttons require very minimal pressure to actuate; slightly more pressure than the Logitech G-Pro. The side buttons feel very similar with a clicky and responsive feel. The side buttons lack a defined point of separation, so some people may have trouble with clicking both buttons at once depending on their hand size. Though this problem can be overcome with sheer practice. The scroll wheel is 24 steps and offers a good amount of feedback between steps. The scroll wheel click feels smooth and the amount of pressure needed to actuate the click is just the right amount. Not too hard, not too light.

    The coating on the mouse is very interesting. It is a matte coating, but it feels distinctly grippy. It can almost feel slippery if you have sweaty hands. I prefer the matte coating on Logitech mice, but the coating used for the Skoll is still good. The mouse looks extremely nice in person. I have the white version of the mouse and the lighting effects combined with the lighter finish of the mouse give this mouse a fantastic look. The white version fades from white on top into a grey towards the bottom of the top of the mouse and is grey on the sides. The color scheme is very effective in person.

    The Skoll weighs in around 66 grams and is true to G-Wolves’ claims. Going from the EC2-B Divina’s 90+g weight to the Skoll is such a dramatic difference. Flicking and just general aiming is greatly improved with the Skoll’s lightweight design. I have been so spoiled by the Skoll that just using the EC2-B for extended amounts of time tires my hand.
    G-Wolves opted for the 3360 sensor for the Skoll. The 3360 is a tried and true workhorse of a sensor and has been used in countless mice without fail. The implementation of the 3360 in the Skoll is no different. The sensor never spins out and tracking works flawlessly. The feet of the mouse are Teflon with four located on each corner of the mouse and a bigger Teflon foot in between the bottom two feet. I think I would have preferred the approach taken on the EC2-B with two bigger mouse feet, but I don’t have any real complaints with how the mouse works on a mousepad.

    Conclusion

    The G-Wolves Skoll is a stunning mouse. My expectations and my initial apprehension were completely blown away by this mouse. I don’t believe changing mice is the best way to improve gameplay, but this mouse has seriously improved my flicks. The ONLY thing I would desperately want is a smaller version of this mouse, which I hear is supposed to be on the way, so kudos to G-Wolves. I am ecstatic to see what releases G-Wolves has in store for us in the future.

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  5. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    My End of the Line - g703 vs Skoll

    Signis (verified owner)

    Hand size – 20x10cm
    I’ve used a g602, g903, and g703 (5 years, 1 year, 1 year respectively)

    Ergonomic shapes have always been my preference. G602 was a really good mouse for me back in the day. My most favorite aspect of it was its size and shape. The g703 offered that ergonomic and wireless option for me as well as weighing less.

    However, the g703 was just a bit too small. The Skoll fixes all of those issues. I just went down 40g from 107g to 67g and I didn’t even need to lower my sensitivity.

    I already use around a 45-50cm/rev for most of my games and the cord is not a problem. However, I strongly recommend doing a zip-tie mod as it prevents the cord from getting under the mouse. This has made my mouse feel just as wireless as the wireless mice I’ve been using for the past 7 years.

    As for the mouse itself, the side buttons are IMO a lot more responsive than the g703 for example. Very fast in general. The main buttons are just what you expect from any other good mouse. Another thing that I really liked about the mouse when I first got it was the scroll wheel. I often find that most mice aren’t really that distinct in their scrolls, so using it in an fps for example as a bind would make it unfeasible or prone to error. The skoll’s wheel is a lot more distinct and I can feel every individual scroll a lot more as opposed to the g703.

    Mouse feet are what you’d expect. Stock ones provide good control, and obviously not as much glide as hyperglides, hotlines, or tiger arcs. I recently ordered some hotlines, so I’ll have to see what I prefer.

    Other than that, there’s nothing really much I can say. Build quality is amazing, texture is really grippy and almost like fine sandpaper, which I really like. The software, although it needs refinement, is simple and doesnt need to be on once you get your settings applied, unlike logitech, where you need LGS on all the time.

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  6. 1 out of 5 people found this helpful

    Amazing mouse with a few annoyances

    S Grayson

    Firstly, this mouse is really well built, and is using a really good and well regraded shape (Zowie EC Series). Also, it has amazing side buttons and scroll wheel. However, the main left and right mouse buttons, feel a bit to easy to press, while also feeling a little mushy; and finally, I wish both the side grips and the left and right mouse buttons weren’t as slippery as they are, this could be due to my grip (palm style) but I doubt it, it can be difficult to get a good grip on the mouse without it slipping after a short while.

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  7. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    best ergo mouse out

    IlAffinityli

    easily the best ergo mouse i have own and my favorite out of every mouse so far. buttons are crisp, especially the sides which i was worried about. the shape is perfect and the wire feels like a paracord but a little bit stiffer similar to the model o. my only complaint is that the side of my presses in just a tiny bit, it isnt completely structurally sound. it might just be my model and its not bothering me so much so far so ill keep using it until it does if it does.

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  8. 8 out of 8 people found this helpful

    One of the best mice re-imagined.

    Mochii (verified owner)

    The G-wolves skoll is the worlds first light weight ergonomic mouse. This mouse uses one of the most beloved shapes ever made, the ec series and expands upon its design by adding brand new features and improvements while keeping all the most beloved aspects of the ec series.

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    Whats inside the packaging: 1x Skoll gaming mouse 1x Extra paracord 1x Collectors tin box 2x Sets of mouse skates extra as well as wipes to clean residue. Also comes with 2 unique skates that can be attached to the bottom middle of the mouse for more glide. 1x Stick of the information of the mouse that can be applied to the bottom if prefered. and some paperwork that thanks you for your purchase.

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    The design details of the skoll:
    Sensor: This mouse uses the Pixart 3360 sensor. Using one of the top sensors, the skoll will perform pretty much flawlessly in play and wont give you any issues with aiming. This sensor is used in many popular mice such as the finalmouse and model o, so you can expect top quality precision when gaming without any faults.

    Buttons: The buttons used are Omron switches with 50m clicks. They are very light, tactile, Crisp sounding and has fast reponsiveness. If you have ever used a finalmouse, they are almost identical to the switches on that.

    Weight: The skoll comes in at 66g, weighed with the cable. This is incredibly light considering the old ec series came in at 85g+. This mouse utalizes the honey comb design to keep the weight down. Anywhere and everywhere that could be thought of to lower the weight, has been removed.

    Cable: The mouse uses an acutal paracord for the cable. Unlike the finalmouse and model o which their lightweight cables still have shielding, the skoll does not. The cable feels 99.5% like an actual paracord, only reason I didnt say it was 1:1 was due to the texture and weave being slightly different and tighter. However it still feels exactly like a paracord when in use.

    Coating: The coating of the mouse is Matte. Its has a very subtle rough feeling that provides excellent grip. Its amazing for people who have sweaty hands. Mouse Skates: While the skates are not pure ptfe, they are still very good. When testing with the stock skates, I could say I had literally no issue with them and wouldnt mind keeping them on stock. They are very smooth right from the get go and glides really well. Id say they are more slightly on the speed end than control but still can aim precisely with ease. Overall never had a single moment where I felt the mouse being scratchy during use.

    Side buttons: The side buttons on the skoll have completely been redesigned. They are in a new position and feel a lot more natural to press than the EC series. With the EC series, it always felt weird to press the side buttons during play. However with the new design, I have not once felt that and feel these were done perfectly. Its a major improvement. The side buttons also have no pre travel that the EC side buttons suffer from.

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    Appearence: The design of the skoll is exactly the same shape as the EC series, except comes in slightly larger than the EC2-a and Smaller than the EC1-a. The coating on the mouse is matte. However the matte feel is a bit more rougher than mice like the model o. The color scheme of the mouse comes in two styles. Faded black and a subtle white. The version I managed to get was the black. The black version on the top coating features a fade from gray to black. Where as the sides and bottom of the shell were pure black. The Scroll whell is also black on the rubber and grey on the plastic. The G wolves skoll logo is tastefully added under the scroll wheel giving it a nice aesthetic look.

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    Initial thoughts and final words: When I first took this mouse out of the packaging and held it, I instantly felt the same familiarity and feel of the ec2. It felt almost 100% the same. I had to look hard and compare the two to only realise the size was a tiny bit bigger. It still felt very natural and gripped a lot better to my hands than the ec2 (my hand size is 19.5×10). This mouse definately is one of the best on the market. The price costs 60$ and is worth every dollar. It has so much value and so many extras. If you were considering getting an ergonomic mouse, this should be your first choice. Its that good…

    Additional Pictures: https://imgur.com/a/bLNBhJ8

    https://youtu.be/mhDvs-yh3rI

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