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Glorious Model D- Wireless RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Rating: 8.5.

In today's review, we take a look at the Glorious Model D- Wireless gaming mouse, the smaller version of the popular Model D. The only real difference between this and the standard Model D is the size and weight, making this mouse perfect for gamers with small to medium hand sizes. But how well does it perform?

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00:00 Start
00:15 Introduction / pricing
01:00 Accessories
01:25 The mouse size / grip styles
02:09 The logo / RGB / weight
02:56 Close up / DPI settings
03:52 Build quality
04:18 6 customisable buttons / scroll wheel
05:47 Sensor, performance and battery
08:12 Software
09:48 Closing Thoughts


  • Brand: Glorious PC Gaming Race
  • Model: Model D- Wireless
  • Sensor: Glorious BAMF
  • Sensitivity: Up to 19,000 DPI
  • Tracking Speed: 400 IPS
  • Weight: ~67g
  • Wireless Connectivity: 2.4GHz lag-free wireless
  • Included adapter dongle
  • Polling Rate: 1000Hz dual wired/wireless
  • Click Latency: 2.08ms per internal testing
  • Wired Connectivity: Ascended Cord
  • USB-C
  • Max Battery Life: Up to 71 hours
  • Feet: G-Skates
  • Premium PTFE
  • RGB: 3 zone – customisable
  • Full 18.6 million colours
  • Dimensions: 120mm x 33-40mm x 61-66mm (L x H x W)
  • Box Contents: 1 x Glorious Model D- Wireless Mouse, 1 x Ascended Cord USB-C, 1 x Extender dongle, 1 x Wireless adapter, 1 x Glorious G-Skates

The Glorious Model D- Wireless retails for £89.99 and you can get it from Overclockers UK HERE.

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  • Lightweight design.
  • Charging cable doubles as a dongle extender.
  • Extra G-Skates included.
  • Good build quality.
  • The scroll wheel feels great.
  • Left and right-Click (Glorious Switches) are tactical and responsive.
  • Great wireless performance.
  • Software options to preserve battery life.


  • The design overall is a bit lacklustre.
  • The honeycomb design can be divisive.
  • Some pre-travel on the primary buttons.
  • DPI light underneath seems redundant for everyday use.
  • My thumb has already marked the inside of the mouse (after 2 weeks use).

KitGuru says: For someone with smaller hands (like me) the Glorious Model D- Wireless is a welcome addition to the Glorious family of mice, offering great ergonomics and brilliant performance with the BAMF sensor. The design overall is a bit boring but considering you'll be covering it with your hands, it's not a big deal for me.

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Rating: 8.5.

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