The unit it’s self dismantles into two sections for transport: the base and the arm which securely clips into the base to ensure that the arm never un-clips during usage. The arm is scorpion tail molded with a rubber feel, which the cable is pushed into keeping the cable secured all the way to the base. This is the heaviest bungee we reviewed, tipping the scales at one pound. Coupled with the non-slip feet on the base, this guarantees the bungee itself does not move aside from when you’re engaged in an FPS battle.
The only downside is the price, it’s far more expensive than the other units reviewed however given that this mouse bungee actually does it’s job no matter what mouse cable thickness you have (or will have in the future). The additional cash buys you a solid well made product.
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As said previously, this bungee supports both thin and thick mouse cables and it does it particularly well, we never experienced a period when either cable, thick or thin (included braided cables) came free or loosened during use. The Galeru has no extras, lights or USB hubs it focuses on being the best mouse bungee possible.
The design is pretty basic, with an almost ugly looking base. The bungee itself is very little so it won’t consume much of your desktop real estate room around your work area, and the shading plan will fit in pleasantly with general setups (no gaming LED’s here).
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