Expired Hot Deals

Amazon.ca

Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming Mouse: 6400 DPI Optical Sensor $24.99

[OP]
Deal Addict
May 22, 2019
1146 posts
581 upvotes

[Amazon.ca] Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming Mouse: 6400 DPI Optical Sensor $24.99

Image

NOW: $24.99
Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming Mouse: 6400 DPI Optical Sensor - 5 Programmable Buttons - Mechanical Switches - Rubber Side Grips - Mercury White
Last edited by TomRFD on Apr 4th, 2022 8:58 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Reason: updated retailer name
Enjoying my post without UPVOTE is a serious violation.
Thread Summary
Upgrading your setup? RFD Reviews has a roundup of the best gaming mice!
18 replies
Newbie
Feb 24, 2021
29 posts
33 upvotes
bought this 2 years ago. used once and stopped.

Felt weird holding it and plus too small for my hands otherwise worked fine for the day.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Mar 31, 2007
4965 posts
3080 upvotes
It's too bad modern mice are like the inkjet printers of the past, basically designed for the landfill. To me, almost all mice have double click, scroll wheel, or other issues within 2 years so to me you're really just renting it ($cost / 2).

That in mind, it's a good price. The Logitech equivalent somewhat in this price range is the G502 (I think $29ish at Staples occasionally). I personally like Logitech better and think they have a better warranty, but like I said, either are probably kaput within 2 years anyways.

If you're hardcore or just more environmentally friendly, you can buy replacement switches too. Never done it myself though.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Nov 15, 2020
3703 posts
2631 upvotes
nuwan32 wrote: Its a Razer mouse, so yes.
razer mouse WITH mechanical instead of optical switches can have double click issues. Im not even sure this particular model has that issue. Razer deathadder v1 had it but certainly isnt using the same switches as this model.
Member
Jul 3, 2017
217 posts
594 upvotes
RiCHC3 wrote: It's too bad modern mice are like the inkjet printers of the past, basically designed for the landfill. To me, almost all mice have double click, scroll wheel, or other issues within 2 years so to me you're really just renting it ($cost / 2).
Is this actually the case, or are you a really heavy/abusive/unlucky mouse user? I had my current mouse for a few years now I basically had no major issues. Recently the scroll wheel had issues, but I fixed that by disassembling it and cleaning out all the built up lint/dust.
Newbie
Nov 26, 2020
12 posts
9 upvotes
detroit mi
I had to rma this mouse with razer 3 times after i got the 3rd replacement i just sold it on kijiji for $20. The scroll wheel would jump up and down randomly within a month.
[OP]
Deal Addict
May 22, 2019
1146 posts
581 upvotes
RiCHC3 wrote: It's too bad modern mice are like the inkjet printers of the past, basically designed for the landfill. To me, almost all mice have double click, scroll wheel, or other issues within 2 years so to me you're really just renting it ($cost / 2).

That in mind, it's a good price. The Logitech equivalent somewhat in this price range is the G502 (I think $29ish at Staples occasionally). I personally like Logitech better and think they have a better warranty, but like I said, either are probably kaput within 2 years anyways.

If you're hardcore or just more environmentally friendly, you can buy replacement switches too. Never done it myself though.
We are waiting for you to improve its design.
Enjoying my post without UPVOTE is a serious violation.
Member
Nov 25, 2008
316 posts
549 upvotes
Does a white mouse stain easily? Not planning to cut down on my chips eating in front of the computer...
Member
User avatar
Feb 25, 2020
283 posts
587 upvotes
People unironically buy from this meme brand?
[removed for signature violation, do not repost]
Deal Addict
Dec 14, 2008
2552 posts
2327 upvotes
RiCHC3 wrote: It's too bad modern mice are like the inkjet printers of the past, basically designed for the landfill. To me, almost all mice have double click, scroll wheel, or other issues within 2 years so to me you're really just renting it ($cost / 2).

That in mind, it's a good price. The Logitech equivalent somewhat in this price range is the G502 (I think $29ish at Staples occasionally). I personally like Logitech better and think they have a better warranty, but like I said, either are probably kaput within 2 years anyways.

If you're hardcore or just more environmentally friendly, you can buy replacement switches too. Never done it myself though.
Really? You must be heavy user then (not sure what that actually means for a mouse though). I still have a functional death adder mouse for at least 5 years now. Home office use. Only replaced it because I upgraded to a wireless option.
Deal Guru
User avatar
Jun 18, 2012
10514 posts
5140 upvotes
Toronto
Spiritualx wrote: Do these have double click issue?
at this price their disposable for when that happens after a year or two
Member
Oct 27, 2019
291 posts
122 upvotes
ManCaveGamer wrote: at this price their disposable for when that happens after a year or two
I have been using this for a year and no complaints. Not using on games though.
[OP]
Deal Addict
May 22, 2019
1146 posts
581 upvotes
DraKoLich wrote: Does a white mouse stain easily? Not planning to cut down on my chips eating in front of the computer...
No. Even if it stained, you can use alcohol or gas to clean it.
Enjoying my post without UPVOTE is a serious violation.
Member
Dec 18, 2018
212 posts
678 upvotes
Spiritualx wrote: Do these have double click issue?
all razer mouses have the same problem. I have 4 deathadder and I now hated cause every mice of them had the same problem.
Member
Dec 18, 2018
212 posts
678 upvotes
I had 4 deathadders over the 10 year period. every single one had the same problem after one year or two years. either double clicks or one of the keys wont work.

Top

Thread Information

There is currently 1 user viewing this thread. (0 members and 1 guest)