Also consider buying a premium low friction mouse pad. Surprisingly, feet quite different sizes and shapes from the factory originals seem to work fine too. You have to rely 100% on the glue, rather than the wells to hold them in place.
Another option is mouse tape, e.g. (XTracGear Eels) which amounts to oversize mouse feet. The advantages are:
If is a good a idea to keep a spare set of mouse feet ready in case your feet fall off or wear through.
The 3M textured mouse pad is particularly hard on feet.
Good mousefeet are hard, durable and slippery. It is of lesser importance they precisely fit your mouse. However, added thickness increases the distance of the sensor from the surface possibly interfering with reading.
The mousefeet from Hyperglide are thinner than from SlickSurf. The Hyperglide feet arrived quite quickly by post from Singapore. Both companies put a nice smooth edge on the feet with a polished surface. Both used a good quality adhesive. Hyperglide warned its feet may be incompatible with smooth or light mouse pads. They work just fine on my bumpy 3M light-colour pad. SlickSurf sent the wrong feet and ignored my emails. Very inexpensive. I guess they figured it was not worth the hassle for such a small purchase.
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