Having fairly large hands has its pros and cons; For example, you can hold a basketball with one hand, but when it comes to finding a mouse you feel comfortable with, the reality is that’s a big downside because most are too small and not comfortable to use.
In this article, I’m going to personally recommend mice that I think work well for users with large hands, like me. To give you an idea, my wingspan (from the tip of my thumb to the tip of my little finger) is exactly 25cm, and while that’s an advantage for taking measurements, many mice feel almost ridiculous in my hands. Fortunately, dozens and dozens of mice have passed through my hands, so I can give you a recommendation based on my personal experience.
Finding the Perfect Mouse for Big Hands
It can be a tricky task if you don’t get the chance to try it out for yourself first, but as they say, that’s what we’re here for; However, you should keep in mind that each user has their own preferences, uses sensitivity in the mouse and will use it for a task or type of game, so not every mouse that works well for one person should work for you. . comfortable for you
That said, let’s get started; The first mouse for big hands that I’m going to recommend in this article is the one I’ve been using now, and for just over two years now: the Logitech G903 Speed of Light. It’s a capable wireless mouse, and it’s also highly configurable (you can, for example, change side buttons or undo them, as well as add and remove weight). By the way, the battery easily lasts me two weeks with daily use.
Es verdad que es un ratón relativamente caro (aunque como ya lleva tiempo en el mercado es fácil encontrarlo de offer incluso por menos de 100$), pero gracias a su diseño ambidiestro, su tamaño y su peso, me resulta ideal para el tamaño de my hands.
Another gaming mouse that has been very comfortable for us when using it with large hands is the Capri Ironclaw RGBan optical mouse with a sensitivity of up to 18,000 DPI and which, in this case, is not wireless or with an ambidextrous design, but rather an ergonomic mouse for right-handed users.
It’s the typical mouse that, if you have fairly large hands, will be comfortable simply because of its size, as compared to other mice, especially gaming ones, it’s a bit larger than normal. From our experience, we recommend buying this mouse as long as you have a palm or claw type grip, yes, because if you’re one of those people who hold the mouse with a finger type grip, the side buttons won’t won’t be entirely comfortable for you as they are too far away from the fingers as they are a little recessed.
As you can see from the image above, the manufacturer itself promotes this as a mouse designed for people with large hands, so we can’t add anything else. Well, one thing yes is that it is a fairly cheap gaming mouse compared to others… the recommended price is 60 dollars, but it is easy to find it for just over 40 $ .
The third mouse we are going to recommend in this article is the Razer Viper V2 Pro Wireless, the most expensive on the list but by no means the best. In our case, it was very comfortable, having an ambidextrous design and weighing only 59 grams, it moves easily and effortlessly… but yes, we only recommend this if you are holding the mouse with a claw, otherwise it would be the typical situation where you have your wrist glued to the mouse pad and you only move slightly your hand ; In other words, if you’re not holding the mouse claw type, you’ll need to use a very high resolution to be comfortable with it.
Of course, of the three mice we recommend in this article, it is not only the lightest but also the most modern in every respect, with a Focus Pro 30K optical sensor (30,000 DPI), a battery with up to 80 hours of battery life 3rd generation optical switches with a life expectancy of 90 million keystrokes and Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology with low latency.
As we mentioned earlier, this mouse is the most expensive of the three, since its recommended retail price is 160 $, although it is true that it is also easy to find it on sale for less than 130 $ .
Other Recommended Mice
Obviously, the three we recommended in the previous section aren’t the only ones that will suit you well with big hands, although we think they’re the three best options, especially if what you’re looking for is a gaming mouse. However, we’ll list below, in less detail so as not to expand too much, a few mice we’ve tested that we feel did pretty well considering the size of our hands:
- Logitech G502 Hero.
- SteelSeries Rival 710.
- Roccat KONE AIMO.
- Corsair Dark Core RGB PRO SE.
- Razer Naga Trinity.
So those are our recommendations, but if you’re a user with big hands and can’t find one here that suits your needs and is comfortable for you, we’ll be happy to hear from you in the comments section. .