Nitro Factory-Devices nTechFit H2-un
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nTech Fit is an aftermarket part that allows you to customize the shape by attaching it to your gaming mouse.
Up until now, all you could do was passively wait to find the ideal mouse that was right for you. However, by customizing the shape, you can actively create the ideal shape that suits you.
nTech Fit is the basis for shape customization and is conceptualized as a tool that allows more users to creatively explore their ideal shape.
H2-un is nTech Fit to change GPRO shape to High Hump shape.
▶About High Hump
High Hump is a shape that has a peak at the back of the mouse when viewed from the side.
At Nitro factory, we classify users who prefer High Hump shapes into three types.
① I want to attach the base of my index finger and middle finger to the top of the mouse.
② I want to fit the indentation of the palm into the back of the mouse.
③ I want to attach the base of the little finger and ring finger to the rear side of the mouse.
The geometrical elements required for each type of High Hump type shape are as follows.
① Match the peak of the mouse with the base of the index finger and middle finger
②The curved surface of the rear part of the mouse is almost spherical.
③The rear side of the mouse is nearly vertical.
These three geometric elements do not interfere with each other, so H2-un is designed to integrate these three elements and aim for a universal High Hump shape.
・G PRO X SUPERLIGHT
・G PRO X SUPERLIGHT 2
・1 x nTech Fit
・12 pieces of double-sided tape for installation
*Three pieces of double-sided tape are used for each installation
. *The mouse body is not included.
Please attach double-sided tape to the 3 locations shown in the image and attach it to the mouse.
The trick to installing it is to first place it on it, adjust its position, and once the position is determined, press it down to secure it completely.
*The more double-sided tape you install, the more difficult it will be to remove. If you are unable to remove it, we recommend disassembling the mouse and removing it by holding the part that protrudes into the click part space. Please be careful not to distort the mouse shell when doing so.