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[Visions Electronics] Logitech G502 Hero Performance Gaming Mouse - Special Edition (G502D) $48.00 Free shipping

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[Visions Electronics] Logitech G502 Hero Performance Gaming Mouse - Special Edition (G502D) $48.00 Free shipping

I was in the market for a gaming mouse and saw this. Great reviews and free shipping. If you can pick up in store you can save $5.00 as well.

"G502 HERO Special Edition features an advanced optical sensor for maximum tracking accuracy, customizable RGB lighting, custom game profiles, from 100 up to 16,000 DPI, and repositionable weights."
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Mar 9, 2015
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Calgary, AB
Also, $5 cheaper if you pick up.
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Dec 17, 2017
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It was $34.99 in last sale, and one lucky guy got it for $25 with price match at visions.
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I've had this mouse for over a year and have been happy with it. +1 for a great price on it.
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Aug 24, 2008
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Toronto
Thanks. Just starting looking for a new mouse.
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Feb 18, 2007
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Haven't been having good luck with logitech stuff lately. G502 mouse I bought, middle click died within 2 years. Everything else is fine. G413 mechanical keyboard double and triple types like crazy, also less than 3 years.

These aren't really peripherals I expect to be replacing so often. Especially back in the old days membrane keyboards and "non gaming" laser mouses lasted WAY longer, and were way cheaper. I feel like we are getting scammed.
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danascully wrote: Haven't been having good luck with logitech stuff lately. G502 mouse I bought, middle click died within 2 years. Everything else is fine. G413 mechanical keyboard double and triple types like crazy, also less than 3 years.

These aren't really peripherals I expect to be replacing so often. Especially back in the old days membrane keyboards and "non gaming" laser mouses lasted WAY longer, and were way cheaper. I feel like we are getting scammed.
Yah I'm still rocking my G5 mouse from 2005
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I'm still using my MX518 from 10+ years ago I think. It's amazing and I still believe it's the best gaming mouse ever made.
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sswilson wrote: I've had this mouse for over a year and have been happy with it. +1 for a great price on it.
Same here. I paid around $50 for mine and have zero regrets.
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I'm still using a G9 I got refurbished from Canada Computers 10 years ago, give or take a couple years. The sensor is starting to go. This a good replacement? Or hold out for something better? Sounds like this won't last as long based on comments in this thread.
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Pants536 wrote: I'm still using a G9 I got refurbished from Canada Computers 10 years ago, give or take a couple years. The sensor is starting to go. This a good replacement? Or hold out for something better? Sounds like this won't last as long based on comments in this thread.
This has gone down to $35-$40 before on numerous occasions

amazon-ca-logitech-g502-hero-se-gaming- ... 9-2359758/

Unless you need one badly, I'd wait for another price drop.
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Pants536 wrote: I'm still using a G9 I got refurbished from Canada Computers 10 years ago, give or take a couple years. The sensor is starting to go. This a good replacement? Or hold out for something better? Sounds like this won't last as long based on comments in this thread.
I've had the G502 SE for the last couple months, after doing plenty of research got it at $49. I highly recommend it, especially for the price. The weight system is nice, but to be honest I've just left it how it came. Sensor is lovely, the hero 16k is a great sensor. Its very precise. I use it on high dpi for FPS games and use it for office and school work all day. Its comfortable and accurate. The sniper button on the mouse isn't in the way at all too if you don't plan on using it (its forward of where your thumb rests). But if you do you'll have to get use to how forward it is. The braided cord is nice, and the PTFE mouse feet are nice and smooth and glide nicely over my last mouse on the same mouse pad. The scroll wheel is more notchy than some mice some may like some may dislike. I'm indifferent to it. My only complaint really is the side buttons are a bit too far forward for me but its not the worst.
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I need a new mouse but I can’t go backwards from wireless, it’s so much more convenient.
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Gaming mouse, auto 10:1 KDR

JK! Good share though.
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Toronto
danascully wrote: Haven't been having good luck with logitech stuff lately. G502 mouse I bought, middle click died within 2 years. Everything else is fine. G413 mechanical keyboard double and triple types like crazy, also less than 3 years.

These aren't really peripherals I expect to be replacing so often. Especially back in the old days membrane keyboards and "non gaming" laser mouses lasted WAY longer, and were way cheaper. I feel like we are getting scammed.
Yea. I'm still using the original g15 keyboard. The one with 18 macro keys. And it works great.
I hope you're wrong about the g502 mouse though.
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ogloprfd wrote: It was $34.99 in last sale, and one lucky guy got it for $25 with price match at visions.
This was me! Really did luck out with that one (picked up 2 at $25 each, one to give as a gift). But I do think $35 is an amazing price for this mouse.

$48...maybe not so much. I definitely feel like this particular mouse will be back down to $35 at some point.
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The 502 Hero I bought had some issues almost immediately :( It would jump around and the lift off was bad etc. I went back to my original 502 Proteus Core one and its been fine though the middle button doesn't work now.
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