Glorious Series One PRO Wireless Lightweight Gaming Mouse Review

I’m a big fan of Glorious, having the utterly fantastic Glorious Model D Minus Wireless on my desk for many happy months now, it hasn’t let me down once with its awesome performance, lightweight design and great build quality. But hey, this isn’t a review of the Model D Minus Wireless… However, THIS is a review of the Model D Minus. Given how much I love that mouse, I was very excited to see the new Glorious Series One PRO Wireless Lightweight mouse land in the office this week, promising killer performance, an ultra-light design, and plenty more.

The new Glorious Series One PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse is packing some great hardware. It weighs just 50 grams, but still delivers up to 84 hours of battery life, USB-C and wireless connectivity, their in-house BAMF 19,000 DPI optical sensor, which can track at 400 IPS, 80M rated switches, and it comes in three stunning designs; Genos, Centuri, and Vidar. I think you’ll agree that while they all look awesome, I chose the best looking one; grey and red (Centuri).


  • Limited Edition Group Buy gaming mouse from Glorious Forge
  • Ultra-lightweight – just 50g!
  • Wireless connectivity and USB-C charging
  • Sculpted to suit claw or fingertip grips
  • Improved battery life, with 84 hours of use between charges
  • Available in three stunning styles: Genos, Centuri, and Vidar

What Glorious Had to Say

Similar to other Glorious gaming mice, the Glorious Series One PRO Wireless utilises their latest proprietary BAMF sensor, an incredible advanced and sensitive piece of hardware. With up to 19,000 DPI and 400 IPS, this gaming mouse will expertly track your hand movements on your screen. The DPI button below the scroll wheel allows you to adjust the sensitivity on-the-fly, to meet your needs as they change during gameplay.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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