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Logitech G PRO X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse $204.47 + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon UK via AU

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I think it might be possible to combine with this code Original Coupon Deal to get $15 off. (Ends on 16 Apr)
(First time posting, not sure if I have done it correctly or not.)
Anyway, $224.31 is probably the lowest from previous deals See here(Not many deals for this mouse though as it just released a few months ago)

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    yowzers!

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      good or bad?

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        How much k/d improvement with this mouse?

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        $200 for a mouse just seems a bit over the top these days. I think there is plenty in the market at a more reasonable price point.

        Im sure its a great mouse, but I don't think it would make me any less garbage at shooting someone in the face.

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          this is the lightest medium-sized wireless mouse at the top tier of the market. if you don't care about some of those aspects then yeah, it's not for you.

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          Glorious and Pwnage make wireless mice at similar weight and sensor for half the price. The are reasons you might want the Logitech over these (and vice versa) but I struggle to see those reasons justifying the $100 difference. I think it's pretty likely that Logitech won't be able to sustain this price point with new competitors much longer.

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            @RedSky: Unfortunately Glorious and Pwnage don't have anywhere near the brand recognition that Logitech does. Even if the GPWX was ~70g and covered in holes loads of people would still cough up the extra cash because it's made by Logitech and because it's what their favourite streamer/pro player uses. I think Razer are the only company that could really force a price war at this stage, a Viper Mini Ultimate could definitely turn up the heat on Logitech.

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              @imakespecialprice4u: Agreed, but I think it shows if smaller players can compete, then it's just a matter of time before the likes of Razer, Steelseries, Corsair or Zowie have competitive offerings. I'm surprised they haven't given the sensors are made by third parties that can be contracted by any of these.

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    Not sure why you'd want the G Pro any lighter? I returned my G Pro in favour for the G703, much nicer to hold and balanced weight.

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      Yeh you want to grip something with a bit of weight 0_0

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      I've been using the G Pro for 3 years now and I think when it gives out, I will really get something wireless and lighter or at least as light.
      It probably depends on grip style too, I'm fingertip grip and I play a lot of CSGO. As a low-dpi AWPer I really appreciate the G Pro weight (or lack thereof) with frequent lift-offs. Heavier mice tire my wrist out pretty fast.

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        Exactly this, fingertip/hybrid fingertip grip really benefits from smaller lighter mice.

        If you find yourself putting your entire palm on your mouse then this probably isn't for you.

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      Agreed. G703/G403 is just about the right weight.

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        Nicer shape too, if you're right handed

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    Thanks ordered!

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    Wish the G logo would light up on this like it does on the original G Pro Wireless.

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      I don't think so - I think they removed the lighting to save weight.

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    pretty good for now 200$ for super light.

    also make sure check out PWN ultra custom SYM version, (i have the ergo) solid stuff. there are so many choices for competitive mices.

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    Oh I regret buying this from Maxgaming.

    Contacted them after tracking hasn't progressed for 1 month and all they've got is "This is hopefully delivered to you soon!".

    Hopefully I get it this year!

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    Just a reminder if you're looking at this, it's possible it's time to change your feet. Thank me later.

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      Which mouse feet do you recommend for this mouse? And also where to get them from in Australia?

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        Ausmodshop is my go to for anything mouse accessories. Tiger Gaming ICE are generally agreed to be best if you're after speed. If you want a bit more control Tiger Gaming Arc 2. I've seen a lot of people complaining about the stock feet but in my opinion they're fine. Mine were definitely scratchy at first which is a common complaint but they broke in after a day or two. If you're into grips the ones that come with the GPWX aren't particularly good so I wouldn't bank on using them.

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          awesome, thanks for the help :)

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            @thelastsensamurai: I recommend looking at Maxgaming for the feet. Ausmodshop is terribly overpriced for a lot of the products if you don’t mind waiting.

            In terms of speed: Hyperglides > Tiger Ice > Corepads > others

            I have Tiger Ice on the way as Hyperglides apparently lack ‘feedback’ compared to Ice.

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              @entrancefloww: Thanks for the info! i tried max gaming before and they took nearly 6 weeks to deliver :( I've placed an order with Ausmodshop which hopefully will arrive sooner and were only a dollar or 2 more so I'm happy to support an Aussie business :)

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    Had a G502 before this mouse, a very pleasant change from the opposite end of the spectrum in terms of weight!

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    For left-handed people - note that G PRO X is unfortunately not fully ambidextrous anymore, there are side buttons just on the left side.

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    G304/5 wireless for $40 delivered then just use a lithium AAA with foil.. you'll get 90% the performance at 25% the cost. I love mine (even bought a 2nd for my spare PC)

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    Does anyone knows how to buy just the wireless adapter?