I’ve been testing the Rakk Kaptan since July and I am amazed that it doesn’t have any major or visible issues at all, only a matter of preference. The Rakk Kaptan can be used with a claw or palm grip but it’s a little big for me since my hand size is only 17cm. I feel a bit tired using it with a claw grip since I’m used to small ambidextrous mice like the za13 and mm710. On the other hand, Rakk didn’t compromise the quality by lowering the weight and it has no flex at all, unlike other lightweight gaming mice.
The Kaptan is the bang-for-the-buck, lightweight non-trypophobia mice priced at 1195 pesos for the black, 1295 for the white version. It was built mainly for FPS games, boasting a PMW3389 sensor equipped with Huano switches to have the same feel as the Zowie EC2B, but an upgraded version with added RGB lightings. The .8mm PTFE stock mouse feet gives the best gliding experience paired with a cloth pad. However, the size of the mouse feet is not symmetrical with the EC2B, thus making it hard to find any replacement feet aside from the extra feet included in the package. Overall, the Kaptan is currently the best pick under the 1,500 pesos price range.
We are giving the Rakk Kaptan RGB gaming mouse our Lason Worthy Award and our Gold award for being the most affordable, pro-grade and lightweight gaming mouse available in the Philippines!
Rakk Kaptan Gaming Mouse
Rakk Kaptan has it all, but it’s just too big for my hands.
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