XTracGear Ripper XXL
When it comes to the extra, extra large version of the Ripper, the image of the Ripper XXL packaging is hard to gain perspective on, so just remember: this box is just over eighteen inches in length. On the packaging we see the same design from the Ripper, but this time there are "extras" in front of larges, and the XXL in its name; otherwise the packaging is the same.
The back is also set up the same, even the images. The only things that really change are the specifications where it should draw attention to its foot and a half of depth and its three foot of width, and also the QR code is different.
Now, if we opened the smaller panel on the Ripper box to "unleash the awesome" that was inside of it, shouldn't this packaging say: "open here for awesome on a whole other level" or maybe "open here for awesomesauce?" Either way, we feel this should also allude to the enormousness of what is found inside.
Photo editing is heavy in this image, as this three foot wide pad took up our entire photo booth, and even the largest cases can't seem to fill that up. Once unrolled, the Ripper XXL is one seriously large mouse pad.
As we again move in much closer to get a good view of the cloth top, we again see a tight weave of all black thread. It is also polished just like the Ripper, and keeps a similar sheen.
As with the previous two pads, the Ripper XXL also shares the 3mm of thickness, the use of open celled foam for comfort and pliability, as well as using the same texture on the back side; even down to the pattern size, it all stays the same.
This view of the Ripper XXL with the mouse sitting on it really gives perspective to this pad. Not only will you have room for a mouse and keyboard, but this thing will cover most, if not all of the desk, padding the entire surface, and allowing you to use the mouse virtually anywhere on your desktop.
In case you may have forgotten what we had covered up until now, or had the interest to see how the mouse pads all compared to each other head to head, well this image of them stacked on top of one another will give you a pretty good idea.
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