Available in black, white, lilac and blue. Click & collect or paid shipping. Uses AA batteries (LADDA gang represent).
Officeworks — Free Metro Delivery Sold out.
Great mouse. Picked one up on their last sale for $63 for the wife so she stops using mine !
Lol. Now you can use your own mouse.
not sure why the neg is, but anyway.
I used ladda 500 for my wall-clocks and they did not last even 5-6 months
Also at Officeworks for $58 (online only).
Take care if shopping in store. I was at the Melbourne City store yesterday and the ticket price was $62 "on sale" even though it was listed as $58 online. I told the staff member and he charged me the correct price.
This is my second G305… One for work, and one for home. I use my mouse left handed and it's a great quality device, and symmetrical save for the side buttons I don't tend to use anyway.
Yeah instore prices don't get updated to online prices.. No wonder why no one goes in store.. Good one Hardly Normal
Officeworks should be free delivery at $58, I have found OW to usually be very fast.
"LADDA gang represent" lol, upvote for this.
Fantastic mouse. Use mine at work all the time.
Good price. But too late, brought another mouse already.
Slightly too light for me. Any way to add weight easily?
Battery with more milliamps, Ni-MH is heavier than lithium.
After using a light gaming mouse at home, I put a lithium AAA in mine with adapter.
Interesting how preferences differ.
Logitech G203 is also on discount $34
G203 is the wired version (which I prefer than the wireless due to its light weight)
You guys use rechargeable batteries for this or where's a cheap place to get batteries?
Aldi rechargeables are good value
LADDA (IKEA). 4-pack $15.
Or use part of the Eneloop mountain that most OzBargainers have accrued!
If you use energiser lithium AA's it lowers the weight a bit. LADDA/rechargeable AA increase weight.
G305 is a little back heavy with an alkaline, even more so with a rechargeable. Lithium AA (or AAA if you want to roll up a little alfoil) seems to give a good balance.
I just stick with energiser lithium AA's - been using for ages and still reports 100%
How often do you need to change the battery on this? Unless you already have a larder of LADDA I wouldnt go out just to buy rechargeables for the mouse.
The Duracell battery that came with mine lasted 9 months.
Good price currently in brick and mortar store. However can be had for $15 cheaper through geekbuying on occasion
Is this the mouse ‘intended’ to go with the G915?
Is this a good cheaper alternative for G Pro Wireless?
Yes, use a AAA lithium battery and foil to get the weight down
Yup, battery adapter for a few bucks and AAA here. Battery died after some months, I threw in an AA and the weight difference felt massive, had to hunt down an AAA straight away.
Yeah this is a great mouse, just be aware it is on the small side. If you have small/medium hands it will likely be excellent, but if you have giant hands it will feel tiny.
Will it charge with a wireless charging pad and rechargable batteries?
Is this mouse good for playing assassin's Creed 3?
It would be fine for a single player game like that, yes
got one from geekbuying deal
solid mouse, my favourite
How would u rate this mouse vs Logitech Anywhere MX?
Have the same question. Like the "infinite scroll" on the MX Anywhere, but I guess this one doesn't have the feature.
A question I'm actually able to answer for once. I like this a bit more because it's a little larger and higher and hence a more suitable size for my hands. I also like the scroll wheel of this as it has no side press and the battery is surprisingly efficient (haven't changed one in over 6 months of daily use).
The build quality on the MX Anywhere 3 is much better as it's solid with no creak, rubber sides, has a metal scroll wheel that you can adjust the resistance of via software and has better productivity features.
Logitech MK220 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo is also on clearance for $18.
Just purchased the G402 for my laptop (semi-temp setup).
Looks like I'll be selling that and getting one of these. Thanks OzBargain
Such a good mouse. Make sure you put a Aaa lithium battery in this to make it even lighter
Could anyone recommend a mouse similar to this - but smaller? This one is too big for me (the G203 appears to be the same size as the G305 too)
This is already considered as an excellent mouse for smaller hands. The only choice I can think of that is smaller than this would be the coolermaster MM711, mainly for people who uses fingertip grip.
I have a M331 but it is a bit too small. I'll check that out thanks.
Thanks, bought the Lilac coloured one as a burst of colour against all the black and RGB of my un-delivered computer. From Officeworks for free delivery.
Hope that the weight is fine for gaming, as I normally use a 78g Microsoft Bluetooth mouse for laptop/internet use.
Change the battery to lower the weight. https://youtu.be/Stf8UmIaJuo?t=57
Great for small hands, otherwise.. mehh
Does it work well with Mac?
Works fine with Mac, though requires a USB-A dongle.
Ive got an MX Master (on my Mac Mini) which will also work on my wifes Macbook pro (w/o a dongle). Can anyone recommend a decent mouse that'll work on the MBP w/o a dongle (at this sorta price point)??
In case anyone is on the lookout for a detailed review - https://www.rtings.com/mouse/reviews/logitech/g305-lightspee...
how do you guys think this will be for FPS and esports games (csgo, val, etc etc)
I kept hitting the side buttons by mistake. Gave up on it and went back to my g303
Just wanted to share - this mouse feels like cheap junk, to be honest.
I got one a few months ago and hated it, but YMMV. Back to my trusty Zowie FK2, eh I didn't need cordless anyway.
How does this compare to M720 ?
This or the Razer Basilisk?
I would think the Razer Atheris would be the closest match, especially if you need an ambidextrous mouse.
Officeworks says it is unavailable online.
Officeworks seems out of stock
Fantastic mouse but keep in mind that a large chunk of the weight of this comes from the AA battery. To fix this, I purchased a AA to AAA converter/battery cover and use rechargeable AAA batteries for it.
This or Razer Basilisk x Hyperspeed?
this, got the Logitech G603, it lasts for 6 months before switching the battery, and it's just as fast as wired. Deciding to upgrade to G305 for the small factor.
Thanks OP. Currently using a G502 Hero which is still going strong but wanted to try a wireless. Seems to be a good entry level wireless mouse!