Stealth Blue Abyss

The JWF Stealth Blue Abyss is a comfortable, responsive gaming mouse at an affordable price. If you’re looking for a solid, entry-level gaming mouse, this is a fantastic option. 

Typically, we associate price with the overall quality of a product. In many cases this can be very true. Chances are the car for $15,000 is going to be a little more reliable than the car for $1,500, but sometimes we’re simply paying for features we don’t need. The JWF Stealth Blue Abyss provides all the core features you’d want from a commendable gaming mouse, but for a fraction of the cost. You get a sleek design with a marble-esque finish, six programmable buttons, and an adjustable DPI of up to 2000 for a mere $23. An outstanding deal compared to many other gaming mice in it’s class.

Comfort and Design:

The most important quality I look for when shopping for a new mouse is comfort. If I’m going to be holding and using this product for hours at a time, it needs to be comfortable. The Blue Abyss provides a sharp and sleek design, that doesn’t sacrifice ergonomics. It rests gently in your hand and the finger placement for the left/right click buttons is very natural. The addition of thumb and pinky finger rests on either side are very convenient and create a great overall feel. My only real complaint is that there is a small incline where the two halves of the mouse meet. This created an acute point that put pressure on the center of my hand. It was nothing major and I didn’t even notice it after a short period of time.

I was very impressed with the aesthetic design of this mouse. The shell has this rather unique marble look to it. The yellow accent color for the buttons really brings out the deep-blue tone of the mouse. It’s got a very modern look without being too over-the-top. There are also more colors available over at the JWF Consumer Electronics website. The USB cable length can be a problem for those who have a distance between their towers and gaming stations, but at nearly 5 feet, it provides ample length for the average user.


So it looks pretty slick, but how does it play you ask? Very well. It’s solid, light-weight build provides a very quick and responsive playing experience. I never noticed any delay or issues with sticky buttons. I played various game types for several hours and it worked well in most scenarios. The Blue Abyss handled first-person shooters and point-and-click action games with no issues. If you play a wide variety of MMO’s, I would probably consider something with more programmable buttons, but this mouse still has a great deal of versatility.

Technical Specifications:

  • Optical Tracking
  • Adjustable CPI/DPI with four options (800, 1200, 1600, 2000)
  • Six Buttons (One of which is the Clickable Scroll Wheel)
  • 1.5 Meter Cord (4.9″)
  • USB 2.0
  • 8 Million Click Life
  • No Software to Install – “Plug and Play”
  • Windows 98 and Up

The Verdict:

Overall this mouse is a great buy. It’s hard to get these kinds of features for under $25. There are a few minor issues with the cable length and hand rest, but these are insignificant blemishes on an otherwise fantastic performer. Anyone looking for a reliable and responsive gaming mouse will be very pleased with their purchase.

JWF Consumer Electronics is a newer company based out of London. They have a fantastic customer service department and a rapidly growing selection of computer accessories, tablets, and e-readers. For more information and the full online catalogue, please visit their website. They offer international shipping on all orders. 


Written by Miles

Miles Dompier is the chief editor and founder of What’s Your Tag?. He is a Seattle native who recently moved to the sweltering heat of Los Angeles. He likes to ironically play Creed on the guitar and listen to terrible death metal. Twitter: @Mileson_WYT Xbox Live: I Mileson I


  1. While it’s sleek looking and probably works well enough for a gaming mouse under $25 (which is sick), my Razor Naga has spoiled me so. While it’s expensive, I love having all the buttons at my thumbs disposal.

    Also, if anyone was wondering about exact shipping. To get one of these bad boi’s over to me in Washington state, the total came to $31.42 with tax and shipping. That’s not to shabby! If they would slap a few more buttons on it I might consider it lol.

  2. I haven’t heard about this brand before.
    Looks pretty colid.
    I personally like shorter cables, because I use my notebook for games and a long cable may be not very comforable sometimes.
    I like Anker mouse as an inexpensive choice, but I’ll probably check this one too.
    Thanks for review!

    1. Thanks for checking out the review! I honestly hadn’t heard of the brand before they contacted me. It’s an international brand, but I was pleasantly surprised when I received the mouse in the mail. It’s a solid option for those looking for a reliable and inexpensive gaming mouse.

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