Overall, I am impressed with the Ozone Argon gaming mouse. It has a stylish appearance with the subtle curves on the left and right-click buttons, the lighting is good and overall performance is as good as you could want. However, I did have two issues with the mouse.
The scroll wheel feels a bit loose to me and can easily be pushed from side to side. If Ozone could tighten things up in this area, then the Argon would have a perfect score for build quality, matching the more premium mice in higher price brackets.
The ability to customize the Argon’s weight based on personal preference is a fantastic addition. It is always nice to see mouse makers providing that extra level of customization for users. The lighting suite is functional, but it lacks some of the effects found on pricier peripherals.
The buttons on either side of the mouse are responsive and the mouse fits well in the hand. In all, if you are in the market for an ambidextrous gaming mouse and would like some extra customization options in terms of weight and lighting, then the Ozone Argon is worth buying.
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- Responsive buttons.
- Lots of customization options.
- Stylish design.
- Scroll wheel is a bit loose.
KitGuru Says: The Ozone Argon is a solid mouse. If you are in need of an ambidextrous mouse with lots of customization options for around the £50 mark, then this deserves a look in.