Ninja Air58 Cherry Blossom Red – 2020 Buying Guide & Review

The Perfect esports Mouse Air and Art. Beautiful, like an ocean breeze flowing under your hand 58 grams. It is the Air58 hand-painted and engraved Individualized Haiku Scrolls on every mouse. Beautiful Haikus from ancient masters. Some rare, some more common, your Haiku is unique to you.

 Air58 Ninja Cherry Blossom

Finalmouse Air58 Ninja – The Lightest Mouse

 

Air58-Cherry Blossom Red Still best in class sensor and input latency across the board. Improved raw materials on the scroll wheel to ensure your wheel will last ages. Timeless, like the haikus themselves.

Tech Specifications

Sensor Pixart PMW3360
Buttons Omron
Polling Rates 500 Hz
DPI 400/800/1600/3200
Buttons 5 + DPI switcher
Software None
Connectivity Wired
Height 4cm
Connectivity Wired
Cable 1.9 meters

Shape and Construction

After a few dozen hours of playing Overwatch with the Air58 Cherry Blossom, I can say that the lightweight is noticeable, and in my opinion, I played better with the Air58.

Initially, the lightweight combined with the slick feet actually threw me off and I was overshooting my targets on flicks coming from the Logitech G Pro Wireless, but after acclimatizing I felt my aim was better with the Air58.

The shape of Ninja Air58 Cherry Blossom is a safe ambidextrous shape, with side buttons for right-handers only. The shape is good for all grips and particularly excels at palm because of its shape and fingertip because of its super lightweight.

Despite having all the holes, the structure of the Ninja Air 58 mouse is solid, with no flex when squeezed and no rattles when shaken. I did have a little creak on the left side of the mouse when first using, but it seems to have settled in and I can’t reproduce the creak.

Final Verdict

Ninja Air58 is a top tier mouse, it’s a high performer with a great shape and obviously a super light weight. The buttons feel great, the mouse feels great to use for long periods of time, there’s very little to fault the product itself outside of maybe the scroll wheel and reliability issues.

We can’t recommend this mouse in the best gaming mouse list, because most people won’t be able to get it even if we did recommend it. The huge caveat for this mouse is the availability and pricing, Finalmouse make very limited runs for their mice and as a result, the Air58 has a very gigantic aftermarket price.

Pros
  • Great shape.
  • Good buttons.
  • Flawless PMW 3360 sensor.
  • 3 Year warranty.
Cons
  • Pricy.
  • Only 500 Hz polling rate.

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