My 2010 naga mouse lasted a solid 9 years before it gave out. The new models they have now are not the same button style, and certainly not the same build quality as the older ones. My recent naga probably lasted 10 months before the scroll wheel and right click starting going out. If they bring back the build quality they used to have, I'll gladly get another. For the time being, though, I'm happy with the g600.
The naga does have persistent issues with longevity even going back to when it first debuted. I remember using wax from a bottle of liquor to repair the double click of the mouse. The mouse is so much more useful then mmo focus of advertising though. Having a keypad on the mouse has been awesome for just general productivity and even any other game since most use 1-6 for quick keys.
I used the old model of that mouse twice. They both broke after around 4 months. I use cheaper noname MMO-mouses now and I couldn't be happier. 30 bucks instead of 170 and drastically longer lifetime.
RemovedDont use the mouse personally but also have not heard good things about build qualityHard pass, sorry
I have been using Corsair Scimitar MMO mouse for the last 2 years. Still works great. It has 17 programmable buttons, and you can adjust the side panel to the shape of your thumb. :)
Logitech G600 gang report in!
The old, smaller naga before they added mechanical thumb buttons was hands down the greatest mmo mouse ever made. Too bad they ruined it
Pft... real players use a Trackball mouse.
Do NOT buy a Razer product. You will regret it once it breaks in 2 months.
I've had the original, the molten edition, 2014 version and chroma. I can tell you, the 2014 and chroma personally were not good. People will also tell you about the issues with their other lineups so far, not to mention other products. I went through 2 of their headsets ages ago and I got a gifted Huntsman Elite keyboard that had issues with the media scroll wheel within 4 months.Considering their price points, there's really no reason *not* to go elsewhere. I don't think $150 justifies 2-8 months of use for something like a mouse honestly. Not to mention their customer service is pretty awful, which was also very dissapointing when you have an issue and have to pay for shipping.Considering their track record for products, I don't think endorsing a product this early is ever a good idea.
Razer, please bring back the Razer Naga Epic Chroma with a better mouse wheel and you get paid.The Naga Pro is terrible because it is big. We want small mice like the old Nagas.
I was a Razer user since the very first Boomslang. I just had a Razer mouse crap out on me and I will never buy another Razer product again. I had a wireless Razer Naga Epic Chroma and it lasted maybe a year, if that. It started with the mouse pointer jumping all around the screen. And then it stopped holding a charge. So, I played with it plugged in... and it kept resetting (turning off/on) every 10 seconds. After I picked up my Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite as a replacement, I literally threw the Razer and its dock in the trash can.The kicker was when I tried to uninstall their Razer Chroma software. It screwed up my computer so badly that I had to reinstall Windows because whenever Windows would load, all the USB peripherals would turn off. Yes, uninstalling their software hosed my USB. Even a system restore wouldn't fix it. Couldn't even get safe mode.Stay far, far, FAR away from Razer mice.
Don't waste money on Razer. I got 2 mice that broke within a year both times. I've had the same Logitech G600 for almost 3 years now and I didn't have to pay Razer's branding price again.