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Dick Smith -- Gaming Mouse Logitech G602 $38.48 + delivery

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it is quite a good price.
same mouse is selling at JB on $80 price mark.

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G602 redefines the laws of wireless gaming, with up to 250 hours of battery life. From the pinpoint accuracy of exclusive Delta Zero™ sensor technology to high durability primary switches rated to a 20 million-click lifespan, G602 offers true gaming performance. 11 programmable controls can be customized with optional Logitech Gaming Software. Advanced surface materials improve both comfort and control in long gaming sessions. Or, if you choose, Endurance mode extends the battery life to an impressive 1440 hours. Count on G602 to dominate boss after boss.
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  • +1 vote

    great price… love mine!

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      does this mouse have a "sniper" button to lower dpi on click and return to normal after release
      or do you have to click it twice to toggle

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        It's a slider switch on the top. I think. I have one but just use it like a regular mouse… :/

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    i thought it was a good price when i paid $50 from dicksmith about a month ago.

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    just ordered. Is this the same shape as their other G series mice? eg. G5, G500 etc. ?

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    I though the G500 for $20 was a good price in the other deal.. but this is pretty sweet.. thanks op.. purchased 1! :P

  • +2 votes

    No hyper-fast scroll on this one

    • +1 vote

      I don't care what anyone else says, not having Hyper-fast scrolling, is a deal breaker for me. I'm too used to having it. Good price though considering the RRP.

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        I'm currently debating the same thing. On one hand, I do love hyper scroll. On the other hand… $40. Decisions, decisions.

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        Can you explain what hyper-fast scroll is? And the different types of scrolling.

        I have the MX5500 revolution (which is amazing). If I recall there are no other Logitech mice built with that scrollwheel.

        How does the G502 scroll work?

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          I have an m905 at work. There's a button behind the scroll wheel. Click it, and then there's no more notches when using the scroll wheel, you can flick the scroll wheel and it just keeps on spinning. On my g602 at home, it just has regular notchy scrolling. I don't know about the g502.

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          G502 has the switch to turn on free scroll or notch scroll.

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          Thanks, I see. That's definitely not as nice as the revolution :D

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    Maybe wait for Friday, who knows we getting a free Friday delivery!

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    Been looking for a good price on a G502, but this is quite tempting.

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    I got this for USD$55 delivered back in March on an amazon sale when the other even better value logitech had sold out. So this is a pretty good price.

  • +1 vote

    $4.95 delivery

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    I was waiting for this or the G700 to go on sale… for this price, why not.

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    This is a pretty good price.

    It's well reviewed. Tempted or will Dick throw a free shipping code in the next few days?

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    I just got a G300, any reason to grab this one instead?

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      ive had it a month now i put some eneloops in in when i bought it from dicksmith and ive yet to change or charge the batteries and ive never turn it off and i'm a heavy user.

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    Bought one off Amazon for about $45 4 months ago and have really enjoyed using it since then :)

  • +1 vote

    Is this in store as well ?

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      i think it is online only. better check with your local store first.

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      It is in-store too. Got mine yesterday, and same price. Saves that little bit extra on shipping XD

    • +1 vote

      Something tells me the cost of return postage will be greater than the difference in price between this one, and the one you "brought" from Amazon.

  • +3 votes

    I am in so much trouble with the Mrs.. Bought a Wii U controller and now this.. I hope I can get to the mailbox before she does…

  • +1 vote

    Just grabbed one along with a pack of Eneloops+charger from the other deal so I only had to pay one set of postage.

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    This or the M950t ?

    • +1 vote

      The M950T is significantly more expensive for not much practical gain as a gamer. For that price you can buy ridiculously feature-packed gaming mice like a R.A.T 7, the G502 Proteus Core or a Mionix Naos 7000.

      I could see someone using the M950T for gaming if they really liked the hand shape (I've used it before and I can't say I do) but because it's not a G-series gaming mouse, the LGS driver won't let you assign on-the-fly DPI switching, separate gaming profiles, and you won't be able to customise things like polling rates, DPI per axis, etc..

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        I believe you can switch between "high" and "low" CPI. You can also set application profiles in SetPoint. As you said, it's not G-series, so LGS isn't made for it.

        That said, LGS is rather flaky anyway. Randomly stops detecting my G700s requiring a restart. Never had issues with SetPoint and my old M950, which while having a similar shape, is more comfortable.

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          I believe you can switch between "high" and "low" CPI.

          That's practically useless for a gamer. You need a proper DPI scale of 0 - Max DPI (and some people do like setting separate X & Y DPI), not arbitrary sensitivity points decided by the manufacturer. That's okay for Office but doesn't leave much choice for FPS gaming.

          That's the whole point of a gaming mouse; having the sensitivity and tracking just the way you want it, not adjusting yourself to the mouse's limitations.

          That said, LGS is rather flaky anyway. Randomly stops detecting my G700s requiring a restart.

          LGS isn't without its flaws, that's for sure, but I've never had any issues with it like that and I've used it with over a dozen Logitech peripherals over many years including a G700.

        • +1 vote

          You can actually set what is deemed low and high. The scale just isn't as precise as what you get in LGS.

          I have 2 g700s(es?), one at work and the other home, and it happens to both :/

      • +1 vote

        I use a 950 for work and gaming. The shape is why I like it (as well as the free scrolling wheel), but my wife's Gxxx mouse is a better mouse for gaming. I have replaced the mouse left button click switch because I wore it out!

        If I were buying for gaming exclusively, I would probably get this G602

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    Great. Thanks ordered one. This is one of the better wireless mouse if you are into those things. Will complement my G502 nicely.

  • +2 votes

    Website broke?

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    Too bad its still optical, no laser on this one!

    • +4 votes

      Not sure if it matters.

      G400 is optical and considered to be one of the best gaming mouse you can buy.

    • +1 vote

      Laser sensors are not inherently better than optical ones. Personally I much prefer optical.

      The concern here isn't the tracking but the fact that's it's wireless; most wireless gaming mice have erratic tracking and minute but perceivable delays/lag, though according to benchmarks the G602 has all-but eliminated those issues.

      • +1 vote

        "all-but eliminated"

        I don't think you understand what that means.

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          Since I haven't used a G602 myself I can't comment directly, but I have used a bunch of wireless gaming mice and I avoid them like the plague. I would probably avoid this G602 unless I could try it out beforehand.

          So I am skeptical of that claim too, but I also have seen it mentioned by numerous review sources, not just one; hence why I mentioned it.

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    How does this compare to my current mouse the Logitech Performance MX?

    • +1 vote

      The G Gaming series mice are compatible with Logitech Gaming Software. With the Performance MX, you won't get to use the Gaming software to fully customize the DPI levels, macros, polling rate and per-profile pointer settings. You'll be forced to use the more classic mouse settings on the Logitech M/KB control panel.

      There's more buttons on the G than there is on the MX, obviously, and all of these are remappable.

      I have the Performance MX and while it's a good mouse, it doesn't feel like it was made for gaming (the scrollwheel for e.g doesn't feel as solid as my G500, and it lacks the rough textured grips on the sides).

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      Still prefer the MX for the infinite scroll

  • +1 vote

    Picked one up in-store at Ringwood. Special price not displayed on the shelf but scanned ok. Cheers zmsbd!

  • -3 votes

    I think it's time to rename this site DickBargains, as that's about all there is on here anymore…

  • +1 vote

    I will wait on the Logitech G502

    The Proteus Core

  • +1 vote

    op why did you quote the more expensive prices such as JB when its selling for 55 at david jones "staticice" so its like 44 dollars after delivery, which is 11 dollars cheaper than david jones, that all well and good but not much of a bargain. maybe if dick offers free shipping over the weekend might be more of a bargain.

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      David Jones = Dick Smith Electronics. I always find DJ's electronic prices are a tad bit more than DSE prices. Squeeze a little more out of the affluent shoppers.

      Also my delivery was $4.95 and free once I bought all the other stuff that people had posted.

      • +1 vote

        fair enough but what if you only want to buy the mouse, you still have to pay delivery, but I have a feeling there will be another 15% off or free delivery deal soon

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      Agree … was tempted but delivery turned me down on this one … Waiting for free delivery at least :x

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    What's the click noise like? I'm looking for something wireless but makes no noise when clicking.

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    It's a great mouse, paid a lot more for mine a few months ago. Plus it gives me a use for my eneloops. In terms of clickly-ness, it's not too noisy, but you can definitely hear the click. I'd put it at with 4/10 standard dell mice being at a 7/10.

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    They're a good mouse, but I had to exchange my one I bought in January this year month before last because the scroll wheel button stopped working. Hopefully it was just a one-off. But otherwise, love the mouse. ^_^

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    This is available on dicksmith ebay as well, i find it easier to check out.

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    Waiting for either the G502 of G700s. I have enough mice to not justify having a marginally* better mouse. 3 other logitech mice =o

    *to me.

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    Is this mouse suitable for someone with big hands who does a bit of video editing?

    • +1 vote

      for $30 its suitable for everyone. seriously this mouse is amazing for this price.

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    Thanks for posting the deal. I thought my old mouse ($10 m$ 1000 wireless) was fine, but I cant miss a bargain. cheers

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    I bought the last 2 ebay ones, and it seems the DSE store wont let you select delivery anymore, despite being 'in stock'.

    Expired?

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    Out of Stock

  • +1 vote

    Right now I feel sorry for those waiting for Free Postage, but deep down inside I know Dick will come around again with some more stock they found in the back corner to offer on Friday for Free Shipping.

  • +1 vote

    hmmm, i have G9X…worth upgrading to a G602 (or G700S)?

    not a competitive gamer by any means, and i usually play platformers (with gamepad). but play the odd first person shoort/rpg (just started bioshock).

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      Hrmmm if I had a spare $38 lying around I would get it. Especially when it is a wireless mouse and the G9X is a wired one.

      You get the best of both worlds then.

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        yeah, that's definitely why i'm considering it…i guess it's more of G602 vs G700s that i'm unsure about!

        ok, you sold me…if the deal comes back on friday with free shipping then i'll definitely pick one up!

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          LOL… Good I was hoping you would say that. Just be quick, not sure how long it will last if it comes back at this price.

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    I should have bought it instead of contemplating whether it was the right mouse for me.

    Now it's sold out :(

  • +1 vote

    Just a heads up, the stock is available online again but the price is now $54.98. I called Dick Smith and they told me they will match the previous sale price of $38.48 as the offer was valid until 30 June 2014. However, I need to purchase the item at the current price first. Once I receive it, they will then refund me the difference.

    For anyone interested, then this is one way of getting the mouse for the sale price again.

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    Got mine today, I LOVE IT. THANKS OP

  • +1 vote

    I got mine today as well… LOL now I have a G502 and a G602. The G602 glides more than the G502 cause the feet coverage is alot more than the G502s.

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    Oh dear the online price is now $54.98 with free delivery. Wonder if they will still honor the original price considering it was valid until 30th of June or was it until it was sold out as part of the T and Cs.

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    Bought it when it was at the sale price on the Tuesday. Emailed them yesterday morning because the status was on 'awaiting fulfillment' for the past few days and received this:

    "In relation to your enquiry, please be informed that unfortunately the item ordered is currently on back order awaiting stock arrival.

    We regret to inform you that we are unable to provide you with an estimated time of delivery.

    We apologise for the inconvenience caused."

    The waiting game begins :(

  •  

    I don't like mine. I guess I'm not used to gaming mouse.

    Anyone in Melbourne interested in this please message me.

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      May I know why?

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        Oh, I'm a claw-gripper. If you claw-grip this mouse, you may end up accidentally pressing those preset keys.

        Plus, I'm also used to the response times of cheap mice. Fancy mice (high DPI) feel weird to me for some reason. I have had similar experience with a Razer mouse as well.

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          You can tune the DPI using the Logitech software. And then the front left most two buttons increase and decrease it within the range you set. :)
          (Not a switch on top behind the mouse wheel like I previously stated. That switches between gaming mode and stamina battery mode)

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          I know… I'm probably like those group of gamers who prefer cheap mice over gaming mice.

          I have used Razer Deathadder and Abyssus in the past. Even though they are comfortable for claw-grippers, they are still a bit funny with the high DPI even though I already toned them down both from the switch and Windows.

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