Mad Catz B.A.T. 6+ Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 11 months ago
Packaging & Accessories
The box is pretty slick looking, with a sharp photo of the mouse on the front, flashing its RGB, and a few badges detailing the switches, sensor and ambidextrous design.
Around the back, a quick run down of the main features tells us more about the switches and sensors. However, you can also see the suggested grip type, and that it has interchangeable side panels to adjust the fit and finish.
Remove the outer slip cover, and you’ll find a much more robust inner box.
On the inside of the lid, there’s a thick layer of protective foam, with two flexible plastic shells protecting the mouse its self.
Overall, it’s very well packaged, and the mouse should arrive unscathed from the clutches of an over enthusiast courier.
In the box, you get the mouse, obviously. However, there are also two small bags and the usual documentation.
In those bags, you’ll find a second top/rear panel cover, and two wider side wings. Obviously, the other set are pre-installed on the mouse already.
The cable comes with a hard-wearing glossy braiding, so the cable should be long lasting and shouldn’t get snagged up on the edge of your desk.