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PC PeripheralsMice & AccessoriesGaming miceWired from Xtrfy

Summary:
  • Pixart 3389 optical gaming sensor
  • Adjustable RGB LED illumination
  • Transparent shell
  • Weight: 56 g (excluding cable)
  • Main switches: Kailh GM 8.0
  • Cable: 1.8 m Xtrfy EZcord® Pro
  • PTFE glides
  • Adjustable polling rate and LOD
SHAPE IS KING
The no.1 factor when it comes to aim. Reinvented by a legend in the game. Meet the Xtrfy MZ1 – Zy’s Rail.

DESIGNED BY ROCKET JUMP NINJA
Considered by many to be the world’s top mouse reviewer, Zy “Rocket Jump Ninja” Rykoa is one of the most experienced and trusted experts within the field of gaming mice. After more than 150 reviews and over 20 years of experience in first-person shooter games, Rocket Jump Ninja has become a go-to source for both casual gamers and pro players looking for advice on gaming mice.

DUST AND SPLASH RESISTANT
The inside of the mouse is covered with conformal coating to protect the components against dust, splashes and LAN night mishaps.

A SHAPE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN
The MZ1 is built on experience from testing over 250 gaming mice and designed with one goal in mind: to help gamers improve their aim. After years of studying and reviewing the best mice in the world, Rocket Jump Ninja knew what a mouse needed, but the shape didn’t exist. Now it does.

Article number:

Our article number: 18546
Manuf. article number: MZ1-RGB-BLACK-TP

Brand

Xtrfy, built on experience - Xtrfy manufactures gaming equipment together with some of the world's most merited players who preform at the absolute highest level. With their own design from scratch, they only use proven technology combined with the experience of their own professional players. The result - equipment of the absolute highest quality that satisfies even the most picky gamer.

Because the products are developed together with professional players from Ninjas in Pajamas, who always must perform at the top, Xtrfy can never compensate the quality in their products. Their goal is to always create the next generation of special equipment, and then make it available to everyone.

Specifications

Connection

Connection USB
Wireless No

Properties

Sensor model Pixart 3389
Sensor Optical
Switch type Kailh
DPI 16000 dpi
Max acceleration 50 G
Number of buttons 4
Backlight Yes, RGB
Scroll wheel Yes
Colour Black

Size & weight

Cable length 1.8 m
Width 58.5 mm
Depth 111 mm
Height 36.5 mm
Weight 56 g

Warranty

Warranty 2 year warranty
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Whatever76. 2021-06-15

The shape fits me very well. I may almost say that it improved my aim, but It would be too meme. At least I can't complain about mouse shape anymore. In addition to things you can read on the box, I found no holes in places where you place your fingers is a top feature. Also really good materials. Everything about this mouse is just good, it even looks more stylish IRL than on pictures. I'm totally satisfied.

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Chen. 2021-05-10

I order this mouse because I support Zy aka Rocket Jump Ninja , and I very appreciate him. waiting for my delivery :)

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Sander Dyngeland. 2022-05-15

Definitely not for everyone, especially if you got large hands. Coming from a fat Logitech G403, aiming with this mouse was an amazing experience. The mouse is very light and works very well with claw / fingertip grip. Biggest downside is absolutely the cable, which is very soft and flexible but can get in the way some times. Unfortunately my mouse's cable broke at the stress relief after less than 4 months of use. I did not really wanna go back to wired but I had to try the mouse and getting it on sale for half off was absolutely worth it despite my bad luck. I will be getting the wireless version when it becomes available.

Definitely not for everyone, especially if you got large hands. Coming from a fat Logitech G403, aiming with this mouse was an amazing experience. The mouse is very light and works very well with claw/fingertip grip. Biggest downside is absolutely the cable, which is very soft and flexible but can get in the way some times. Unfortunately my mouse's cable broke at the stress relief after less than 4 months of use. I didn't really wanna go back to wired but I had to try the mouse and getting it on sale for half off was absolutely worth it despite my bad luck. I will be getting the wireless version when it becomes available.

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Thor. 2021-07-18

Been using this for a little over a month now. You know how to put on running shoes to go running? This feels like using a mouse built for aiming, not just browsing. It's absolutely amazing to use. First of- it's a unique shape so it will not fit all hands and all grips. The finger grooves make your fingers really find their place immediately. If you use a fingertip or claw grip and your hands are something like 17-20cm x 8-10cm (like a small / medium sized hand), it'll fit. First mouse I got had the right-clicker fail and stopped working. Max Gaming sent me a new mouse immediately and I was back to gaming after only a few days. Very happy with the swift customer service. It's fairly small sized and the weight is just 56g. It's -very- comfortable to move around compared to the GPW. The new cable Xtrfy is using is very comfortable, do not notice it. I've used the GPW since it came out and other logitech wireless (G900 / g903) before that, and the MZ1 is by far the best despite being wired. I play a lot of Apex Legends, lots of wingman and r99 beams. My aim is much more on-point than with the GPW. The GPW is really generic and will fit all hands, and the MZ1's finger grooves makes the mouse just sit really well. I even added grip tape to the sides of my GPW since it's kind of awkward to hold and grip the sides because the right side especially slopes weirdly outwards. Meanwhile the MZ1 kinda sides taper inwards more like a V shape and is much more comfortable to hold and move around. No grip tape needed with the sides or finger grooves. The plastic is comfortable to hold for long sessions. Doesn't get sweaty. No coating on it so you can wipe any grime off easy. The mouse gets hot if you crank the RGB to full, so I leave it on the near minimum setting. The RGB strip looks dope. There's NO software to install. It's absolutely bonkers. 10/10 would click again. Debounce can be set from 2 to 12ms, feels great at 2ms, does not double click. Liftoff distance feels good. Scroll wheel is decent, could be a bit more tactile. Scroll click is good. Side buttons use same switches as left / right click. Left / Right clicks feel bonkers good. It's like a thicc, yet light click compared to the whimpy click of a GPW. You get extra PTFE mouse feet in the box, great to see, much convenience. Feet feel great, slide is good. The no-software thing you have a slider under the mouse and can select what settings you want to change by clicking the buttons. This has an '' F11 mode '' that changes the DPI button on top to F11 or Page Down. I never use it in-game really, but Page Down is fantastic to avoid wearing out the scroll wheel through browsing. (My GPW scrolls backwards now due to wearing out, smh cheap parts) When I started using the MZ1 it felt like I was using a mouse that was actually built different. It will change how you look at '' gaming mice '' and their shapes. The running shoe analogy fits this so perfectly. The GPW literally feels so generic and basic compared to this absolute lambo of a mouse. 10/10, extremely satisfied with it. If they make a wireless version I'm 100% buying one immediately.

Been using this for a little over a month now. You know how you put on running shoes to go running? This feels like using a mouse built for aiming, not just browsing. It's absolutely amazing to use. First of- it's a unique shape so it won't fit all hands and all grips. The finger grooves make your fingers really find their place immediately. If you use a fingertip or claw grip and your hands are something like 17-20cm x 8-10cm (like a small/medium sized hand), it'll fit. First mouse I got had the right-clicker fail and stopped working. Max Gaming sent me a new mouse immediately and I was back to gaming after only a few days. Very happy with the swift customer service. It's fairly small sized and the weight is just 56g. It's -very- comfortable to move around compared to the GPW. The new cable Xtrfy is using is very comfortable, don't notice it. I've used the GPW since it came out and other logitech wireless (G900/g903) before that, and the MZ1 is by far the best despite being wired. I play a lot of Apex Legends, lots of wingman and r99 beams. My aim is much more on-point than with the GPW. The GPW is really generic and will fit all hands, and the MZ1's finger grooves makes the mouse just sit really well. I even added grip tape to the sides of my GPW since it's kind of awkward to hold and grip the sides because the right side especially slopes weirdly outwards. Meanwhile the MZ1 kinda sides taper inwards more like a V shape and is much more comfortable to hold and move around. No grip tape needed with the sides or finger grooves. The plastic is comfortable to hold for long sessions. Doesn't get sweaty. No coating on it so you can wipe any grime off easy. The mouse gets hot if you crank the RGB to full, so I leave it on the near minimum setting. The RGB strip looks dope. There's NO software to install. It's absolutely bonkers. 10/10 would click again. Debounce can be set from 2 to 12ms, feels great at 2ms, doesn't double click. Liftoff distance feels good. Scroll wheel is decent, could be a bit more tactile. Scroll click is good. Side buttons use same switches as left/right click. Left/Right clicks feel bonkers good. It's like a thicc, yet light click compared to the whimpy click of a GPW. You get extra PTFE mouse feet in the box, great to see, much convenience. Feet feel great, slide is good. The no-software thing you have a slider under the mouse and can select what settings you want to change by clicking the buttons. This has an ''F11-mode'' that changes the DPI button on top to F11 or Page Down. I never use it in-game really, but Page Down is fantastic to avoid wearing out the scroll wheel through browsing. (My GPW scrolls backwards now due to wearing out, smh cheap parts) When I started using the MZ1 it felt like I was using a mouse that was actually built different. It will change how you look at ''gaming mice'' and their shapes. The running shoe analogy fits this so perfectly. The GPW literally feels so generic and basic compared to this absolute lambo of a mouse. 10/10, extremely satisfied with it. If they make a wireless version I'm 100% buying one immediately.

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Björn. 2021-12-25

Absolutely wonderful mouse, has had Rival 310, 700, Model O. but this is absolutely the best. Sure they are smaller but do not think it has been any weirder than any other mouse. , Recommends.

Helt underbar mus, har haft Rival 310, 700, Model O. men denna är helt bäst. Visst dem är mindre men tycker inte det har varit något konstigare än vilken anna mus som helst. , Rekomenderar.

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Hampus Hansson. 2021-07-09

Best mouse I've ever touched for claw and finger grips. Completely impossible for palm grip, but in a combo with a nice ergo mouse for surfing and media, you do not get a better gaming experience like this!

Bästa musen jag någonsin rört för klogrepp och fingergrepp. Helt omöjlig för handflategrepp men i kombo med en nice ergo mus för surf o media får man inte en bättre spelupplevesle en så här!

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Thor. 2021-07-18

Been using this for a little over a month now. You know how to put on running shoes to go running? This feels like using a mouse built for aiming, not just browsing. It's absolutely amazing to use. First of- it's a unique shape so it will not fit all hands and all grips. The finger grooves make your fingers really find their place immediately. If you use a fingertip or claw grip and your hands are something like 17-20cm x 8-10cm (like a small / medium sized hand), it'll fit. First mouse I got had the right-clicker fail and stopped working. Max Gaming sent me a new mouse immediately and I was back to gaming after only a few days. Very happy with the swift customer service. It's fairly small sized and the weight is just 56g. It's -very- comfortable to move around compared to the GPW. The new cable Xtrfy is using is very comfortable, do not notice it. I've used the GPW since it came out and other logitech wireless (G900 / g903) before that, and the MZ1 is by far the best despite being wired. I play a lot of Apex Legends, lots of wingman and r99 beams. My aim is much more on-point than with the GPW. The GPW is really generic and will fit all hands, and the MZ1's finger grooves makes the mouse just sit really well. I even added grip tape to the sides of my GPW since it's kind of awkward to hold and grip the sides because the right side especially slopes weirdly outwards. Meanwhile the MZ1 kinda sides taper inwards more like a V shape and is much more comfortable to hold and move around. No grip tape needed with the sides or finger grooves. The plastic is comfortable to hold for long sessions. Doesn't get sweaty. No coating on it so you can wipe any grime off easy. The mouse gets hot if you crank the RGB to full, so I leave it on the near minimum setting. The RGB strip looks dope. There's NO software to install. It's absolutely bonkers. 10/10 would click again. Debounce can be set from 2 to 12ms, feels great at 2ms, does not double click. Liftoff distance feels good. Scroll wheel is decent, could be a bit more tactile. Scroll click is good. Side buttons use same switches as left / right click. Left / Right clicks feel bonkers good. It's like a thicc, yet light click compared to the whimpy click of a GPW. You get extra PTFE mouse feet in the box, great to see, much convenience. Feet feel great, slide is good. The no-software thing you have a slider under the mouse and can select what settings you want to change by clicking the buttons. This has an '' F11 mode '' that changes the DPI button on top to F11 or Page Down. I never use it in-game really, but Page Down is fantastic to avoid wearing out the scroll wheel through browsing. (My GPW scrolls backwards now due to wearing out, smh cheap parts) When I started using the MZ1 it felt like I was using a mouse that was actually built different. It will change how you look at '' gaming mice '' and their shapes. The running shoe analogy fits this so perfectly. The GPW literally feels so generic and basic compared to this absolute lambo of a mouse. 10/10, extremely satisfied with it. If they make a wireless version I'm 100% buying one immediately.

Been using this for a little over a month now. You know how you put on running shoes to go running? This feels like using a mouse built for aiming, not just browsing. It's absolutely amazing to use. First of- it's a unique shape so it won't fit all hands and all grips. The finger grooves make your fingers really find their place immediately. If you use a fingertip or claw grip and your hands are something like 17-20cm x 8-10cm (like a small/medium sized hand), it'll fit. First mouse I got had the right-clicker fail and stopped working. Max Gaming sent me a new mouse immediately and I was back to gaming after only a few days. Very happy with the swift customer service. It's fairly small sized and the weight is just 56g. It's -very- comfortable to move around compared to the GPW. The new cable Xtrfy is using is very comfortable, don't notice it. I've used the GPW since it came out and other logitech wireless (G900/g903) before that, and the MZ1 is by far the best despite being wired. I play a lot of Apex Legends, lots of wingman and r99 beams. My aim is much more on-point than with the GPW. The GPW is really generic and will fit all hands, and the MZ1's finger grooves makes the mouse just sit really well. I even added grip tape to the sides of my GPW since it's kind of awkward to hold and grip the sides because the right side especially slopes weirdly outwards. Meanwhile the MZ1 kinda sides taper inwards more like a V shape and is much more comfortable to hold and move around. No grip tape needed with the sides or finger grooves. The plastic is comfortable to hold for long sessions. Doesn't get sweaty. No coating on it so you can wipe any grime off easy. The mouse gets hot if you crank the RGB to full, so I leave it on the near minimum setting. The RGB strip looks dope. There's NO software to install. It's absolutely bonkers. 10/10 would click again. Debounce can be set from 2 to 12ms, feels great at 2ms, doesn't double click. Liftoff distance feels good. Scroll wheel is decent, could be a bit more tactile. Scroll click is good. Side buttons use same switches as left/right click. Left/Right clicks feel bonkers good. It's like a thicc, yet light click compared to the whimpy click of a GPW. You get extra PTFE mouse feet in the box, great to see, much convenience. Feet feel great, slide is good. The no-software thing you have a slider under the mouse and can select what settings you want to change by clicking the buttons. This has an ''F11-mode'' that changes the DPI button on top to F11 or Page Down. I never use it in-game really, but Page Down is fantastic to avoid wearing out the scroll wheel through browsing. (My GPW scrolls backwards now due to wearing out, smh cheap parts) When I started using the MZ1 it felt like I was using a mouse that was actually built different. It will change how you look at ''gaming mice'' and their shapes. The running shoe analogy fits this so perfectly. The GPW literally feels so generic and basic compared to this absolute lambo of a mouse. 10/10, extremely satisfied with it. If they make a wireless version I'm 100% buying one immediately.

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