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Rinzler

Steel Series Sensei RAW Mouse Review

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I wish you would have given more pros and cons

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Great review. Short, sweet, and to the point.

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I wish you would have given more pros and cons

What specifically did I not cover that you would've liked to see covered? "More pros and cons" doesn't help me.

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Nicely done video, Rinzler.

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well done! really liked the review and the closing! only small suggestion is to maybe have a white background instead of the wood floor.

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What specifically did I not cover that you would've liked to see covered? "More pros and cons" doesn't help me.

Do the differences between the RAW and the classic make a big difference? Is there really a point in buying the 90 dollar one?

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Do the differences between the RAW and the classic make a big difference? Is there really a point in buying the 90 dollar one?

That's for you to decide lol.

well done! really liked the review and the closing! only small suggestion is to maybe have a white background instead of the wood floor.

He speaks the truth ^.^ much appreciated.

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It was a wood floor? I thought it was a table...

Nice product review, clear and concise. I wouldn't particularly enjoy watching 10min long blabber about something as straight forward as a mouse.

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It was a wood floor? I thought it was a table...

Nice product review, clear and concise. I wouldn't particularly enjoy watching 10min long blabber about something as straight forward as a mouse.

It is a table i just didnt want to post "ITS A TABLE WAKAI GET IT RIGHT" lol.

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it was a table? O.O

The intersecting wood gain, oak finish and table leaf opening doesn't make it obvious or anything.. Just kidding ;)

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The intersecting wood gain, oak finish and table leaf opening doesn't make it obvious or anything.. Just kidding ;)

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The intersecting wood gain, oak finish and table leaf opening doesn't make it obvious or anything.. Just kidding ;)

you must have so much experience using soft wood, you know your stuff! ;)

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you must have so much experience using soft wood, you know your stuff! ;)

I took Carpentry in trade school Freshman and Sophomore year!

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