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[Amazon.ca] Logitech G pro Wireless mouse 129.99

Also at Canada computer https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=138689

The source https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/computer ... /108084826

Newegg https://www.newegg.ca/logitech-910-0052 ... 0002-000P4

Best buy https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/lo ... k/12946484




If you need replacement switches: Omron Japan D2f-01F https://a.aliexpress.com/_mP4i5Zl
Or https://www.digikey.ca/en/products/deta ... -01F/83266

They seem legit enough. If you want 100% real Japan Omron switch you should buy from a reputable source, not AliExpress or Amazon.
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Great mouse, fairly light, responsive/sensitive, ambidexterous, good battery life, use it personally.

3 issues
- uses micro usb
- optional wireless charging mousepad (works only with Logitech powerplay mat, but expensive more costly then the mouse itself. Not many retailers carry them in Canada)
- if you use an elgato stream deck, battery plugin indicator broken with current g hub version

Workaround on charging
- Get generic charging dock from amazon or AliExpress

link here...
And here...
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At this price range I would recommend looking into the Glorious Model O wireless. Its an excellent mouse.
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nuwan32 wrote: At this price range I would recommend looking into the Glorious Model O wireless. Its an excellent mouse.
If G pro was 169 as usual, definitely I will consider Glorious. But now only 10 dollar more at 129, no way I will go with Glorious. Just personal opinion as I got enough bad experience from all kinds of small brands mouse and only good experience from Logitech.
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nuwan32 wrote: At this price range I would recommend looking into the Glorious Model O wireless. Its an excellent mouse.
For lefties, there is no right side buttons
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I’ve owned many gaming mouses and this is by far my favorite one. Wouldn’t mind buying again at full price if I needed to replace.
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Have this mouse right now and went from platinum to immortal in Valorant going from a g502 to this.

I went with Logitech over competitors because the customer support is generally much better than others. I don't have enough time to waste doing back and forths with cheap companies like Razer for warranty while Logitech never gave me any hard times.
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FrugalConsumer wrote: Have this mouse right now and went from platinum to immortal in Valorant going from a g502 to this.

I went with Logitech over competitors because the customer support is generally much better than others. I don't have enough time to waste doing back and forths with cheap companies like Razer for warranty while Logitech never gave me any hard times.
lol really? I did opposite, had the g pro wireless with double clicking issue and switched it to g502 superlight.
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nuwan32 wrote: At this price range I would recommend looking into the Glorious Model O wireless. Its an excellent mouse.
And I - Razer Viper Ultimate with a dock....
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Aznkid2000 wrote: lol really? I did opposite, had the g pro wireless with double clicking issue and switched it to g502 superlight.
i had the same problem, logitech sent me a brand new mouse.
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No, no, no, no, no.

Nobody should buy any Logitech mouse until they fix the horrible double clicking issues, that absolutely will happen for the vast majority of users. It's only a matter of time.

Why there isn't a class action about it is beyond me. Logitech knowingly sells millions of lemons, and nobody does anything about it.

The Razer Viper Ultimate and the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro, along with also the new SteelSeries Prime Wireless, all use new optical switches that are completely immune to the problem Omron mechanical switches have.

The V2 Pro is on sale for $130 right now.
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FrugalConsumer wrote: Have this mouse right now and went from platinum to immortal in Valorant going from a g502 to this.

I went with Logitech over competitors because the customer support is generally much better than others. I don't have enough time to waste doing back and forths with cheap companies like Razer for warranty while Logitech never gave me any hard times.
Lol. I don't think it was the mouse
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Mr. D wrote: And I - Razer Viper Ultimate with a dock....
I have a Viper Ultimate and it's a very fast mouse, but unfortunately it's flat and not very comfortable.

I also find it too lightweight. I don't understand how people use these super light mouses. I think it's just a pain.

Unless you play gaming competitively I would refrain from buying them.
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It was this price last year on Prime day. But still 129 is a great price for this mouse. I had this for 5 months already and love it.
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I want one but it doesn't have enough buttons for me
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Have this mouse from the last sale at $129. No complaints, been using it for a year now.
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MakBarb wrote: If G pro was 169 as usual, definitely I will consider Glorious. But now only 10 dollar more at 129, no way I will go with Glorious. Just personal opinion as I got enough bad experience from all kinds of small brands mouse and only good experience from Logitech.
Lookup "Logitech double click", their mice are riddled with problems due to poor quality control. I've replaced 5 G900/G903's over the years for the same double click issue. I wish any manufacturer would made a similar layout so I can leave Logitech in the dust.
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mswart wrote: Lookup "Logitech double click", their mice are riddled with problems due to poor quality control. I've replaced 5 G900/G903's over the years for the same double click issue. I wish any manufacturer would made a similar layout so I can leave Logitech in the dust.
Out of curiosity, do you bind your forward/backwards motion to your mouse buttons or do you use it for your fire controls?
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I've had this mouse for about 2 years now. Never experienced the double clicking issues, but I've had the middle mouse button drop clicks about a year in. I play dota and use the middle mouse button for map panning, so I probably abuse it a lot more than the average person, haha.

Luckily, Logitech has sent me a replacement each time it has happened with a fairly hassle free replacement process (just have to sent them a video recording of the mouse dropping middle mouse clicks on a test website they send you), and I'm on my 3rd mouse now. Not sure what I'm going to do after if this breaks again as I think that the warranty period only covers 2 years, but I'm still reasonably happy as this has been the longest a mouse has lasted me, so I might just buy it again if it breaks out of warranty. Previously had some steelseries and razor mice which crapped out after a little over a year with no replacement.

This was also my first wireless gaming mouse, and it's impossible to go back to wired after this - there is no perceivable input lag to me (as a dota player at a fairly high rank) and not having a cable drag around with the mouse makes mouse movements feel so much more consistent.
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hackthememes wrote: I've had this mouse for about 2 years now. Never experienced the double clicking issues, but I've had the middle mouse button drop clicks about a year in. I play dota and use the middle mouse button for map panning, so I probably abuse it a lot more than the average person, haha.

Luckily, Logitech has sent me a replacement each time it has happened with a fairly hassle free replacement process (just have to sent them a video recording of the mouse dropping middle mouse clicks on a test website they send you), and I'm on my 3rd mouse now. Not sure what I'm going to do after if this breaks again as I think that the warranty period only covers 2 years, but I'm still reasonably happy as this has been the longest a mouse has lasted me, so I might just buy it again if it breaks out of warranty. Previously had some steelseries and razor mice which crapped out after a little over a year with no replacement.

This was also my first wireless gaming mouse, and it's impossible to go back to wired after this - there is no perceivable input lag to me (as a dota player at a fairly high rank) and not having a cable drag around with the mouse makes mouse movements feel so much more consistent.
I wouldn't be one to be happy to have a mouse that lasts a whole two years. Every single mouse I've ever had lasted considerably longer. After the warranty period is over and it double clicks again, you're screwed.

Logitech is going to keep using these faulty switches so long as people keep buying their products. The only way to get them to stop is to tell them NO and refuse to buy them.

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