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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Logitech G903 mouse (2017Model) $69.99

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Jaytee wrote: As mentioned, probably the double click issue. My friend had that issue with his G903, Logitech support was good though, they send him a new one and then that one eventually got the double click issue also.
Again, don't think it's wide spread and particular to this model. At $70, I don't think you can find a better performance mouse.

This will be one of those deals that you wish you had access to when you really need a replacement wireless gaming mouse :)
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cy wrote: Again, don't think it's wide spread and particular to this model. At $70, I don't think you can find a better performance mouse.

This will be one of those deals that you wish you had access to when you really need a replacement wireless gaming mouse :)
Yeah, I was going to suggest the G602 that I've been using for a few years now has been a fantastic performance mouse (and is a tank, it's survived dozens of ... uh, accidental ... flings in various directions around the room landing on various different surfaces &/or hitting walls). I've been so impressed I picked up a second one for a future replacement when it was on sale (I recall $50). Unfortunately, looks like the G602 may be phasing out at this point so the G903 may well be the best current bet for under $100. The G604 @ $79.99 [Prime Day] might be competitive as well but I haven't tried it.
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cy wrote: This will be one of those deals that you wish you had access to when you really need a replacement wireless gaming mouse :)
In terms of a "hot spare" to avoid that situation I'd suggest grabbing the G603 when it's more on sale than it is currently, it's been down in the $60 range as well, I think. The battery life on that one is stupid long and it uses standard AA, should last a year with casual use or a month or two of heavy gaming (they claim 500 hours while gaming which is about a month at 16 hours per day, so convert as necessary from there). I'm not sure anyone would use it as a full-time gaming mouse but for comfort and longevity and buying time while waiting for a sale it's a fantastically flexible spare to have around.
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A super cheap wireless mouse with pretty good quality. Beats the ATL by $5 according to CCC.
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I had double click issue after a few months of use. Not even gaming on it and exchanging it is a hassle, you have to record the double click issue to prove it. Battery doesn't last very long neither compare to the AA battery one.
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The G502/G903 2019 are much better models due to their battery life, but not worth nearly double the price.
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this was $200 or $229 msrp back in days?
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on sale again, i think this is the older version but a great deal none the less. $5 cheaper than it was a few weeks ago

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