I'd pick the Rival 600 over the G502. I'd consider both their shape and size a wash, both mice have good ergonomic shapes for large hands.

The Rival has a bunch of advantages over the G502, the Rival 600 is much lighter, it has a significantly more flexible cable, and generally better buttons.

These mice basically serve the exact hand size and type of gamer. In terms of comfort I find them both pretty close.

Side-by-Side Comparison

Mouse nameLogitech G502Steelseries Rival 600
PictureLogitech G502 - Check Priceread review
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Steelseries Rival 600 - Check Priceread review
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ButtonsPrimary left and right click
Middle click
2 side thumb buttons
Scroll tilt left and right
DPI up and down
Sniper toggle button
Profile switch button
2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
1 side sniper button
SensorPixart PMW3360TrueMove 3 Optical Gaming Sensor
Second height sensor
Cable/WirelessBraidedSoft rubber cable
Battery LifeN/AN/A
SoftwareLogitech Gaming Software:
Surface tuning
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
Steelseries Game Engine Software:
RGB lighting settings including add-on PrismSync options
DPI/CPI stepping
Polling Rate
Angle Snapping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Macro recording
Warranty2 year warranty2 year warranty
ProsLots of buttons to use for mapping in games
Great infinite scroll
Solid shape
Great shape
Solid buttons
Good weight for size
Reasonable price
Cable is still on the stiff side
Second sensor doesn't seem to make a huge difference in performance
Wireless 650 version is heavy

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