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Glorious Model O Pro Wireless Mouse Review

Rating: 8.5.

The Glorious Model O Wireless has been on a diet! Introducing the Glorious Model O Pro Wireless, a gaming mouse that's 14 grams lighter than the original, with Glorious also opting for a solid body construction instead of a honeycomb shell. Today we're finding out if this ultralight, colourful mouse lives up to it's ‘Pro' nametag…

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00:00 Intro
00:58 What’s new versus the original?
01:28 Unboxing and first impressions
02:51 Shape/button layout
03:58 Weight and feet
05:00 Build quality
06:47 Button soundtest
07:06 The gaming experience
08:01 Battery life + software
09:26 Final thoughts


  • 55 g Weight*
  • Dedicated DPI Button (Top of Mouse)
  • 6 Total Remappable Buttons
  • Glorious Switches Rated for 80 Million Clicks
  • 2 m / 6.5 ft USB-C Paracord Charging Cable
  • 2-Year Glorious Warranty
  • Glorious BAMF Sensor
  • 100 – 19000 DPI Range
  • 1,000 Hz (1 ms) Polling Rate
  • Rounded Edge 100% PTFE Mouse Feet
  • 80+ Hour Battery Life on a Single Charge
  • Designed for Glorious CORE

You can buy the Glorious Model O Pro Wireless from Overclockers UK for £99.95 HERE.

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  • Very lightweight.
  • Exceptional battery life.
  • Great software.
  • Good gaming performance.


  • Only average build quality.
  • Stock feet are a bit scratchy.

KitGuru says: The Model O Pro wireless lives up to its name. The weight reductions make this a shockingly lightweight mouse. Battery life is excellent and performance in FPS games is remarkable, however, the build quality could be slightly better. Overall, this is a very good mouse that competes with competition at much higher pricepoints.

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Rating: 8.5.

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