For Sale – Razer Naga Special Edition – Molten (RZ01-00280500-R3) 3

Razer Naga Molten MMO PC Gaming Mouse

  • Glowing Cracked Surface Design with Blazing Red Backlighting
  • 5600dpi Razer Precision 3.5G Laser Sensor
  • 17 MMO-optimized buttons (including 12 button thumb grid)
The Razer Naga Molten Special Edition features an exciting new look to the original award-winning and massively popular Razer Naga that shifts the balance between keyboard and mouse by putting an unprecedented number of in-game commands in one place. A multi-button thumb grid and Razer's MMO game interface add-on combine to place every command you need in the palm of your hand. An ergonomic form shaped to maximize ease of use lets you game in comfort for hours on end. With the Razer Naga SE, you will Get Imba.

List Price: $ 79.99 Price: $ 120.00

3 thoughts on “For Sale – Razer Naga Special Edition – Molten (RZ01-00280500-R3)

  1. Fsac Mar 12,2013 1:23 am
    200 of 213 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Now with macro support!, October 8, 2009
    By 
    Fsac (Houston, Texas) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    ** This review has been revised for the release of the 2.0 drivers, which enable full key remapping and macro support. THANK YOU RAZER! **
    ** Please consider this a 5/5 star review. For some reason, Amazon isn’t allowing me to change that aspect of my review and I would like to keep the comments on this product review rolling. Sorry for any confusion this may cause. **

    My first impressions review of the Razer Naga was pretty grim. Having come from using a Logitech G7 for years prior, the Naga felt clunky at best and the complete lack of any key rebinding support for a mouse intended for MMO use left me scratching my head. In the days following that initial review, Wave of team Naga left me a comment (as seen in the comments section of this review) stating that they were intending to address the later with an upcoming driver release. A few months later, just as he had promised, version 2.0 hit… and it hit hard!

    Before I get into all that, let me tackle the ergonomics. As I mentioned, at first I felt this mouse to be very clunky. Now, months later, I could not have been more wrong. When they said this mouse was designed for long gaming sessions with minimal hand fatigue, they meant it. My only real complaints in this department is about button placement. No, no, not the 12-button thumb pad… those are perfect! My beef is with the two additional index finger buttons, which for me, are at best awkwardly placed and at worst completely unusable.

    But lets cut the nonsense, if you are reading this you care about one thing and one thing only… the 12 buttons on the side of this bad-boy.
    I’ll be straight with you, at first it is awkward as hell and comes with a bit of a learning curve. Don’t expect to pick this mouse up and be some kinda of button-pressing Mozart by morning. Now months after my purchase I am still second guessing myself from time to time when reaching for the 8 and 9 key, mostly because I don’t use them in very many games. As I alluded to earlier in this review, they are placed such that I don’t have any issue at all reaching any one button (though 11 and 12 require a funky move that can mess with my cursor precision.)

    The 2.0 driver also brought with it two additional features that came as a bit of a surprise to me… profiles and macros! The profiles are just what you would expect and though very basic in their functionality, the macros should get the job done nine times out of ten. If you are familiar with the Logitech G15 or Nostromo N52, then you know what I am talking about. If not, well, it’s little more than pre-recorded keystrokes with custom delays between them. Nothing fancy, but far from useless.

    Now that the issue of rebindable keys has been taken care of, I struggle to find anything at all wrong with this mouse.
    If I absolutely had to give it a con, hmmm… I suppose it requires a bit more care than other mice in order to keep clean. Lots of buttons means lots of places for build up. Fortunately the fit/finish on this mouse is tight enough that cleanup is a breeze.

    Happy grinding/fragging/whateveryouneed17gloriousbuttonsfordoing!

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  2. Nicholas D. Klemetson Mar 12,2013 1:46 am
    182 of 202 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Razer Naga: An Excellent Choice for Anyone Needing a Versatile Mouse, May 19, 2011
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 5:41 Mins

    Quick Points:

    Good Features: Excellent, programmable 12 key number pad, responsive buttons and click wheel, long cord

    Poor Features: Two side buttons are difficult to access, relatively light weight

    Overall Score: 9.0/10

    EDIT: Sorry that it is recorded in a “mirror.” I’ll make sure to fix that on any future video reviews.

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  3. Eric Nichols Mar 12,2013 2:33 am
    108 of 121 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Defective Left and Right mouse butons…Very Common Issue, October 28, 2011
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    Eric Nichols (Phx, AZ) –
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    I purchased this Razer Naga Mouse new back on March 10, 2010 for $80.00 from Amazon.com.

    I was very happy when I received this new mouse as I play online games, as well as general home office functions; I work from home a lot.

    Anyway, this mouse was a dream comes true; this mouse was the best mouse I ever owned. That is until about December 2010/January 2011. The left mouse button seemed to be not working properly (double and triple clicking). I was not sure at first, but by the end of January 2011 (10 months old), I definitely determined it was the Razer Naga. Only by this time, the right mouse button also began malfunctioning with the double and triple clicking.

    I called Razer Naga for assistance; they had me update the firmware. Updating the firmware did nothing; long story short, an RMA was issued because it was still under warranty (2 years from date of original purchase).
    I initiated this complaint on January 28, 2011. By the time I sent in my defective mouse (and they received it), and they sent out a refurbished mouse on February 10, 2011, almost 2.5 weeks had passed.

    Well, here I am today October 28, 2011, and my refurbished Razer Naga mouse is once again defective; left AND right mouse buttons are double and triple clicking AGAIN! This has been ongoing for almost 2 weeks now, and has gotten to the point of not being useable.

    What is most alarming is that after researching this problem online, this is a VERY COMMON DEFECT with this product! There are actually youtube videos on how to “fix your Razer Naga left mouse button” because this is such a common defect.

    I do NOT recommend this product at all. DO NOT BUY this Razer Naga mouse because it is not if, but when you will need a replacement.

    I will update once I know what Razer corporation intends to do about another warranty replacement.

    Update: December 6, 2011

    Razer sent me out a warranty replacement mouse. The problem is that the replacement they sent me was extremely dirty, all scratched up, no serial number, and the cord was frayed out at the USB end. The teflon strip on the bottom of the mouse was virtually worn off, and the filth on the bottom was like a black crud caked all around the laser eyelet, the selector switch, and any little recess. The mouse wheel ridges were worn to the point of almost being smooth and had crud in what was left of the recesses. The number pad buttons on the side were also worn out too.

    I contacted Razer and they had me jump through hoops, send them pictures, etc. After about a week, they agreed to send another replacement once they received the dirty worn out. I sent the mouse back to them, and just received another replacement on December 5, 2011. This replacement is just as bad as the previous. However, this mouse has a serial number, but half the number is all worn off, and it is just as filthy and beat up too. Actually, the teflon strip on this one is more worn out.

    I sent Razer an email letting them know how disappointed I am, and that I will never again purchase another product from them. The cost of mailing the item back, slow turn around, quality of a replacement, etc. is just not acceptable. Even though it is cosmetic, there is no excuse for sending something so worn out, filthy, and scratched up. The mouse I sent to them originally was not in that cosmetic shape.

    I am urging others who are interested in the Razer Naga or any other Razer product to not purchase. The customer service is horrible, and they basically do not stand behind or take pride in their products. The known defect on the mouse buttons is the plastic under the mouse button that make contact with the switch wears out, or wears unevenly. This causes missed clicks, or multiple rapid clicks. There are youtube videos on how to fix the problem (if it is out of warranty).

    Between the cost of shipping the product back to Razer (with a signature delivery) and getting a temporary mouse, I could have purchased a SteeleSeries, or any other gaming mouse. It costs $12-$14 dollars to ship each time, and the Logitech laser mouse (M500) $30.00, so for a few dollars more, I could have saved a lot of time and aggravation.

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