Ninja Air58 Cherry Blossom Red Review

In this blog post, we’re going to go over the Ninja Air58 Cherry Blossom Red airsoft pistol. We’ll start off with a bit of history about the model and then cover some of its features. Finally, we’ll give you an overview of how it performs in real-life situations. Without any further ado, let’s jump right into it! 

The Ninja Air58 Cherry Blossom Red is a very popular airsoft gun that has been out for over ten years now. It was originally released by KWC but since then Umarex has taken over production duties. The design inspiration came from the original Colt M1911A1 which is why they have named their models after various 1911 pistols throughout history (the Beretta 92G, the Desert Eagle, etc.).

FinalMouse Air58

This airsoft gun is extreme value for your dollar. It’s made of mostly metal with some plastic parts and it has a fairly good weight to it. Keep in mind that the majority of the weight comes from the heavy full metal inner slide which gives this design its gas blowback function. The standard version ships with two magazines whereas the tactical variant only ships with one magazine (the second mag is optional).

The Perfect esports Mouse Air and Art. It’s lovely, like a gentle breeze brushing against your skin. 58 grams. Every mouse has an Air58 hand-painted and etched Individualized Haiku Scrolls. The Haikus of ancient masters are beautiful. Your Haiku is unique to you, depending on how rare or common it is.

The Sony SEL-58 is still the best overall gaming controller, despite its age. There’s no better sensor and input latency across the board. The scroll wheel’s improved raw materials ensure that your wheel will endure a long time. Timeless, like the haikus themselves.

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Tech Specifications

SensorPixart PMW3360
ButtonsOmron
Polling Rates500 Hz
DPI400/800/1600/3200
Buttons5 + DPI switcher
SoftwareNone
ConnectivityWired
Height4cm
ConnectivityWired
Cable1.9 meters

Shape and Construction

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

The lightweight and the slippery feet at first threw me off, and I was shooting over my intended targets on flicks from the Logitech G Pro Wireless, but after getting used to it, I felt that my aim was superior with the Air58.

The Ninja Air58 Cherry Blossom is a safe ambidextrous design with side buttons for right-handers only. Because of its form and fingertip, the super lightweight shape is ideal for palm grips and palm grips in particular.

The Ninja Air 58 mouse’s structure is sturdy, with no flex when squeezed and no rattles when shaken. When I initially used the mouse, I heard a little creak on the left side, but it has since dissipated.

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

Final Verdict

The Ninja Air58 is a top-notch mouse that’s both high-performing and attractive. The buttons are fantastic, the mouse is comfortable to use for extended periods, and there isn’t much wrong with the product itself outside of maybe the scroll wheel and issue with reliability.

We can’t include this mouse in our best gaming mice list, because most people won’t be able to get it even if we did. Final mouse makes extremely small batches of their mice, therefore the Air58 has a rather hefty aftermarket price.