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Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro Bluetooth Gaming Mouse - Black Sale $119.99 Reg $159.99

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[Best Buy] Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro Bluetooth Gaming Mouse - Black Sale $119.99 Reg $159.99

I bought one of these to destroy!
how long will it last me?
is this price worth it?
we are also logitech and steelseries users too!


here's an unboxing video

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See how the Rzaer DeathAdder V2 compares to others in RFD Reviews' roundup of the best gaming mice!
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The shape is simply perfect. Extremely ergonomic and comfortable. The right size, and the right weight. It essentially copies the shape of the old Intellimouse.

A perfect compromise in regards to weight and heft between chunky mice like the Logitech G502 or G604, and ridiculously lightweight mice with holes or whatever.

I don't get people who buy 59g mice. It is simply ridiculous.

Plus it has optical switches so they will never develop accidental double clicking issues, unlike all Logitech mice.

The choice is really easy.
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how long does the battery last
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Jun 29, 2019
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All Razer mice are on sale at Razer's Canadian website. I have the Viper Ultimate and it's the best gaming mouse. I simply love it.

Logitech products use micro USB cables (in 2021!!!) and develop issues such as double clicking. They're not worth it at all unless you love spending money on repurchasing products.
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May 21, 2006
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My adder has been having problems.

The scroll click is working, but the scroll itself no longer works.

It's only been a few months. I can't suggest this mouse.
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ZaeemKhan wrote: All Razer mice are on sale at Razer's Canadian website. I have the Viper Ultimate and it's the best gaming mouse. I simply love it.

Logitech products use micro USB cables (in 2021!!!) and develop issues such as double clicking. They're not worth it at all unless you love spending money on repurchasing products.
I have a slew of mx anywhere and mx master wireless mice in the house and have no issues with any of them developing double click issues. Only issue I've ever had was one of the mx master thumb buttons had seized up. Quick google search revealed a quick fix, which was to loosen 2 screws slightly, that hold the button in place (2 minute fix and back to working like new).

Regarding microUSB, sure, they should have probably gone to USBC. But honestly, not a deal breaker when you only need to charge them once every 4 to 6 months. The part I really like on these logitech mice is the fact that you can sync them with up to 3 different devices, and switch from one to the other with a simple press of a button, under the mouse. I have single mouse on my desk, and I switch easily between my PC, Work Laptop and my personal Surface Pro. And yes I know you can install software to have it flow from one device to another (logitech and 3rd party ones), but the button is just a lot better for me.

All these mice are very subjective. What one person loves, another person will completely hate. So you get whatever feels most comfortable to you, at the budget you are willing to spend. There is no one universal BEST mouse or keyboard.
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Absolutely. Each mouse is subjective. That's why I love the fact that there are so many options!
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The best thing about the mouse is the ergonomics. Honestly probably the best mouse I've ever held in terms of hand feel. But I am annoyed by the software it comes with and I despise the rubber grip on the thumb. My thumb constantly slid off when I sweat.

I vote buy overall if you're looking for a good mouse.
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My G900 just started developing the dreaded double clicking problem so I do need a new mouse. I used to have the original Deathadder but I couldn't stand the Razer software. Has it improved at all over time? It's been a few years.
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RandomSanity wrote: Has it improved at all over time? It's been a few years.
not even a little bit. probably worse now.
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RandomSanity wrote: My G900 just started developing the dreaded double clicking problem so I do need a new mouse. I used to have the original Deathadder but I couldn't stand the Razer software. Has it improved at all over time? It's been a few years.
my G903 has this problem after 6 months. Got a new one under warranty and the problem seem to be gone on this one.
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Jul 21, 2008
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I always want to love Razer mice cause the designs look perfect for me but every time I buy one it gets a double click issue after the first year. Luckily I haven't had the same issues with Logitech but they don't have the same kind of designs.
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chester222 wrote: My adder has been having problems.

The scroll click is working, but the scroll itself no longer works.

It's only been a few months. I can't suggest this mouse.
death adder v1? RMA it and they will give you version 2 without cost, paying for shipping both ways for the RMA. V1 has issues with the switches that is very well known.
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xpressmerchant wrote: my G903 has this problem after 6 months. Got a new one under warranty and the problem seem to be gone on this one.
It will come back. It's just a matter of time. Logitech mice all seem to be a on timer now - they can be loaded with features but it doesn't matter how much you spend, they're not durable.
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spiralspirit wrote: It will come back. It's just a matter of time. Logitech mice all seem to be a on timer now - they can be loaded with features but it doesn't matter how much you spend, they're not durable.
Must depend on models however. I have at least one MX Anywhere 2S which I use with my work laptop daily for the last 4 years, and have had ZERO issues. And it get's a little banged around also in my backpack when I go back and forth to/from the office. Obviously a lot less travel nowadays with the pandemic, but still does see it's fair share.
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Can anyone chime in on this vs humanscale razer pro click? tia
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DO NOT buy Razer mice. Almost all of them have double clicking or some other switch problems which you'll get after a few months. Then to RMA it, they force you to record a video, then ship it to them and wait before they test it and send a replacement, even though this is a super common problem with razer mice.
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nuwan32 wrote: they force you to record a video
Logitech did the same thing. It's a pain to RMA it. Waste of time.

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