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[Newegg] Logitech Pro Wireless gaming mouse / $130

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[Newegg] Logitech Pro Wireless gaming mouse / $130

Logitech's previous #1 wireless gaming mouse only surpassed by their new super light varient. $170 on for $150 + another $20 off with promo code 25BXDAYSL34.
Haven't personally used the pro wireless but have the g703 and love it a lot!

Update / Apparently some of the g pro wireless mice got new 20 mil switches replacing the 50 mil switches with the double clicking problem around 5 months ago. Also, the shroud edition g pro wireless has fixed the switch problem so guessing all those are under the new batch with the updated switches.
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Never owned one personally, but buyers may want to be aware that this mouse is notoriously known for having double click issues.

Really wanted this mouse initially but after seeing so many negative comments from other users, decided to pass on it.

I would strongly recommend keeping your receipt to contact Logitech or buy extended warranty on this one.
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Have both this and G703...G703 is more comfortable for my hand. Also Pro buttons are hard to press. Like previous poster pointed out, the Pro does have double click issues. The warranty is good and Logitech replaced the mouse within a week.
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.fess wrote: Have both this and G703...G703 is more comfortable for my hand. Also Pro buttons are hard to press. Like previous poster pointed out, the Pro does have double click issues. The warranty is good and Logitech replaced the mouse within a week.
Kinda sucks when your 40 dollar g305 mouse performs better than your top of the line "pro" lineup. For this price, I would expect a functioning, problem free device.
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Patrickpete wrote: Kinda sucks when your 40 dollar g305 mouse performs better than your top of the line "pro" lineup. For this price, I would expect a functioning, problem free device.
Hmm. I have both and they "perform" identically. Maybe you meant something else, but yes, it probably will have to be replaced down the road due to double clicking. One of my GPW's with double clicking was fixed with a firmware update, so I don't think all of them develop physical double clicking issues.

Logitech has great warranty service, I feel like this is a good price if you want a good mouse and feel comfortable with Logitechs support. Personally, I would wait for the new GPW Superlight to come down to the same price.
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taurine wrote: Never owned one personally, but buyers may want to be aware that this mouse is notoriously known for having double click issues.

Really wanted this mouse initially but after seeing so many negative comments from other users, decided to pass on it.

I would strongly recommend keeping your receipt to contact Logitech or buy extended warranty on this one.
All mice can have defective switches. If you tell Logitech that you have a defective switch, they will literally mail you a free mouse. This goes for all their mice.

I bought the G Pro Wireless at full price and it was worth it. I've used a LOT of fancy mice, and this is as close to perfect as a mouse can get. Obviously if it doesn't fit your hand or something then it's not for you, so buy it from somewhere you can return it.
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.fess wrote: Have both this and G703...G703 is more comfortable for my hand. Also Pro buttons are hard to press. Like previous poster pointed out, the Pro does have double click issues. The warranty is good and Logitech replaced the mouse within a week.
the mice seem to go every 3 months on me for the double click problem. I play fps games a few nights a week and I use my computer daily for CAD drawings so I wouldn't say i'm overly using it at all and it fails that fast. I unfortunately would not recommend logitech to anyone anymore.
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Loomy wrote: All mice can have defective switches. If you tell Logitech that you have a defective switch, they will literally mail you a free mouse. This goes for all their mice.
Both replacements i've had to jump through hoops to prove it to them. not really worth my time at this point. they request pictures and videos and its very specific so if you miss one thing they don't accept it
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Are you guys keeping those defective mice? I'd consider buying one for a low price to repair the switch.

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