Logitech MX Master Mouse $79 Delivered or C&C @ Officeworks

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Price Reduction on the MX Master at Officeworks :) Seems to be only black unfortunately. You could also 30 day price guarantee at The Good Guys to get a $58.80 store credit back (netting a $9.20 saving).

Also if you want the stone, can possibly price match anywhere for $79 off their official website Depends on whether the store honours the price match on a different colour.

Quite a good price for this mouse!

Enjoy :)

Comments

  • +14 votes

    I (profanity) love this mouse. Smooth, never drops out, turbo spinning wheel thing makes long documents a breeze. Highly recommended, especially at that price.

    Pro tip: Configure the side scroll wheel as volume up/down, and the "gesture pad" area as tap to mute/unmute and it's bloody tops for an office environment where the phone keeps ringing. You can have your death metal opera performance you're watching on YouTube muted before the first 'ring ring' tone completes on your handset.

    You can also use it while it's charging…. unlike a certain company's mouse (to cut down on the subtlety, I'm talking App-"The charger goes underneath, lol!"-le and their stupid design).

    I've never loved computer hardware as much as I love this mouse, and I own a mechanical keyboard (with blues, thanks for asking)

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      Yup, using this mouse now, and it is awesome.

      Tip, sometimes using it on Bluetooth causes some dropouts, so best to use it with the unifying dongle.

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      love the pro tip - thanks! The original mapping of the gesture button is no good. Also horizontal scroll is a rarely used function (for me).
      I got this mouse a few weeks ago in the GG bargain, and had some trouble with lagging. Switching USB ports seemed to do the trick.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah… Apple what were you thinking on the Magic Mouse placing the charging port UNDERNEATH?!?

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        Even with the Performance MX, I find myself connecting the micro USB cable to charge; if I have run out of Eneloops. What I really would've liked was some sort of cradle for the mouse to sit on when I am away from the computer; like the MX Revolution.

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      How do you program it just for volume? Looked in settings, made it for volume but it still doesn't work

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      Listen to your music through your phone via decent headset (i have Sennheiser mm450) Call comes in > phone pauses music > connects call … hangup > music starts again. Works bluetooth or wired.

      Life changing

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      what is mechanical keyboard? the simple keyboard?

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      Completely agree. Have been using it for the last 1.5 years and it's the best mouse I've used. I deal with a lot of spreadsheets so I make use of the horizontal scroll all the time! I have also mapped the two thumb buttons to move through different tabs in excel.

      11/10, would not regret

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    Love this mouse a great feel to it.

  • +2 votes

    I've got the Performance MX, a previous model that's very similar. Still going strong 5 years later. If you're after a mouse that just goes and goes you can't get much better.

    • +1 vote

      Yep they're a great mouse, I'm using one here at work. They seem to be prone to "double-clicking" eventually, I had one do it to me a while back, and I think my G700s (basically the gaming version of the MX) has just started doing it to.

  • +1 vote

    Out of stock. Good deal tho.
    Got one a few mins before ran out.

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    Logitech quality especially the high end models are excellent. I also have the Performance MX and I can't use any other mouse anymore. The quality, function, fit and form is just right.

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    How's this mouse compare to the Logitech AnywhereMX? I like the AnywhereMX's side thumb buttons which I use to GoForward/GoBack web browsing and it has serve me well for 5yrs but the left button is playing up so I think it's time to get a new one.

    PLUS - I'm so used to the shape of the AnywhereMX

    • +1 vote

      Aside from styling, this is a completely different sort of mouse. Think of the MX Master as the full-size full-grown brother of the Anywhere MX (or the Anywhere MX as the cut-back portable compromise version of the MX Master).

      I have used the old Logitech Anywhere Mouse M905 (Anywhere MX is pretty much just an updated version), and it's a brilliant little portable mouse. But, as a full-size premium mouse, the MX Master is about a billion times more comfortable to use. There is really no comparison. (The extra wheel and buttons are also handy)

      The only thing, aside from portability (and AA batteries on the old version), that the Anywhere/Anywhere MX does better is the forward and back buttons. On the MX Master, these are placed behind the thumb wheel, and are laid out diagonally on top of each other, making them much harder to distinguish (easier to hit the wrong one).

      It's really not a massive problem, but if the back/forward buttons are your main criteria, you may not like the MX Master. However, the same function could be set to the thumb wheel, if you really wanted to.

      I use an MX Master at work, and I love it!

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        Thanks for your assessment. I think I'll stick to the AnywhereMX 2 as the back/forward buttons are conveniently placed and it better suits my smaller hand.

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          no worries!

          yeah, the Anywhere line of mice is great, and sounds like it suits you better.

          I was going to buy an AnywhereMX myself, for portable use…but then I realised I never really take my laptop anywhere these days (plus I have way too many mice already!). :)

    • +2 votes

      MX Master might be too big for many people. Just keep in mind.

    • +1 vote

      I had button problems on my MX Anywhere as well. It's a common problem. I discovered the problem is caused by corrosion (thanks to a Russian guy on YouTube).

      It's super easy and cheap to fix. You just need a can of INOX (which works as an electrical contact cleaner). Pop up the buttons from the front (lever them up), spray in a touch of INOX, and your buttons will be back to full function!

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        Thanks Davie. I definitely want to give this a go. I'v not heard of INOX as a lubricant. Can I substitute it for WD40?

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          The Inox works to clean the corrosion, which makes the buttons work again. I think WD40 might work, but I haven't tried it myself.

          I got the idea from a youtube video where a Russian guy explains, that the problem is corrosion. Except his fix was to de-solder the button from the circuit board, disassemble the button, clean the corrosion with a dremel, then solder the button back onto the board. It was crazy. A small spray of Inox had the same effect, and I didn't have to disassemble the mouse at all.

          I'd give the WD40 a try, it's pretty easy and I don't think it would hurt. I personally prefer Inox to WD40, it's an aussie company, and I think it works better.

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    I picked this up last week, after having the original Performance Revolution, then the Performance MX.
    I must say, I prefer the scroll wheel implementation of the Performance MX (enabling and disabling via the button) and also prefer the front/back button placement.
    But this is still a good mouse. My biggest likes are the smoothness on my mousepad (Corsair Gaming MM600 Double-Sided Mouse Mat) and the lack of squeal!! Seriously, the Performance MX was a massive pain. I have sensitive hearing and could always hear the high pitch sound it made. There's nothing from this mouse.

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      This one has the button clutch as well as the autoclutch.

      The side buttons are in a dumb place and I don't even bother trying to use them.

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    I have a MK710 set that seems to be affected by the wifi router near it.

    Would this be affected in the same way?

    • +1 vote

      Buy now and try. Officeworks have a top notch return policy. They allow return even after you use the product for potentially indefinite/reasonable period. Just saying something like it does not suit your need if they ask for a reason.

    • +1 vote

      I'm using it with the unifying dongle in an office environment and there is a wifi router around 4m away. Haven't had any issues with the performance and I've had this for around 6 months.

      Love this mouse. Also its great that you can set 3 different profiles, I have one profile(RF with unifying dongle) for the desktop PC, then another profile(Bluetooth) for my tablet PC when I'm travelling for work.

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    How does this compare with say, the Razer taipan mouse?

  • +3 votes

    A big word of warning on this, if you have a new MacBook Pro specifically with the touch bar, this mouse will have connectivity issues.

    If you use it at the same time as a set of wireless headphones it's flat out unusable. Drops out every minute or two.

    General macOS issues: https://community.logitech.com/s/question/0D53100005mbrSHCAY...

    Specifically the MBP and Headphones: https://community.logitech.com/s/question/0D53100006nPWmLCAW...

    All that aside, it's a good price, I just paid $119 at Officeworks.

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      This also happens on my old 2013 macbook pro 13 retina.

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        As Logitech supported suggested, I tried older MBPs and it appeared to work okay.

        Finding that second thread seemed to confirm it's an issue with the MBP '16-'17 model and Bluetooth in general. Shame it's happened to you on and older model as well.

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          Forgot to mention it is the Mx anywhere 2 that interferes with my bluetooth headset. Some symptom as the MX Master with new macbook pro. I have to use the USB receiver instead which waste one of my USB port.

  • +4 votes

    Still available HERE use 5% off C5OZ code

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    This is an excellent deal.

    Beware though; the thumb forward/back buttons are STUPIDLY designed - previous MX series mice have the button beside one another - this has them on top of one another which is VERY difficult to use.

  • +1 vote

    Good price. Have this mouse at home, but prefer my Performance MX at work. As other people have mentioned, it seems to stutter on Bluetooth, but runs well on the dongle supplied.

  • +2 votes

    Already price matched at HN.

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    Officeworks ebay is out of stock already.

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    I may be the odd one out here, but I did not like this mouse at all.

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    Not too​flash or flamboyant but it gets the job Done

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    using mine right now, thanks.

    one left on the shelf at officeworks malaga.

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    out of stock so fast

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    Nice one, thanks OP.
    Bought one for missus as she broke her old one.

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    I got this mouse as a gift a while back and haven't used it much since the mouse-wheel stopped working correctly (spins way too easily, basically slid-off the ratchet / locking mechanism).
    Works well but will probably require a quick maintenance every so often to fix the primary scroll mechanism. fairly easy to fix with the right screwdriver. Thought I'd give a heads up so you folks know what to expect from the mouse. This guide was quite helpful and explains the issue well. https://toemat.com/logitech-mx-master-fix/ and discussion of the issue https://www.reddit.com/r/MouseReview/comments/40vgjo/please_...

  • -2 votes

    Very shit mouse; not worth just get one off gumtree, as new and old both have scroll problems.

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    Thanks, OP! Just bought one at OfficeWorks Maroochydore, three left there as of about an hour ago.

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    Cheers OP. Wanted the Stone variant, managed to price match for the last one at my local JB HiFi. Love this mouse!

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      Awesome! I wasn't sure whether they would allow a price match on stone because they're seperate keycodes but well done!

  • +1 vote

    Always wanted to buy one, thanks OP!

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    Seem to still be in stock online peeps. Just bought one tonight.

  • +1 vote

    Will disappear very quickly at this price. Ive already got mine.

  • +1 vote

    Thank you for this! Missed this deal the last time JB had it but just picked one up at Harvey Norman Cambridge (TAS) for $78 price matched/beaten.

    They had it ticketed at $168 though their website price says $129 (weird) sales rep was not pleased at all to have to price match and went over Officeworks' listing very carefully before giving in…

  • -1 vote

    Not sure what the rrp of this is?

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    Finally got it, it was a bit big at the very beginning as my hands are small. But after some customization, it becomes such a joy to use. It literally beat the shit out of apple's magic mouse.

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    Price matched at JB Hi-fi! Thanks!

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    Out of stock online now but was able to find one at a local Officeworks for same price $79.

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    I got this price matched at JB Hi-fi on Friday, thanks. Really nice mouse

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