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Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse $58 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ Harvey Norman & Officeworks (OOS)

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Available in black, white, lilac and blue. Click & collect or paid shipping. Uses AA batteries (LADDA gang represent).

Officeworks — Free Metro Delivery Sold out.

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  • +5 votes

    Great mouse. Picked one up on their last sale for $63 for the wife so she stops using mine !

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      Lol. Now you can use your own mouse.

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    +1 LADDA

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      sucks

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        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

  • +2 votes

    Also at Officeworks for $58 (online only).

  • +4 votes

    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.

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      Yeah instore prices don't get updated to online prices.. No wonder why no one goes in store.. Good one Hardly Normal

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      Officeworks should be free delivery at $58, I have found OW to usually be very fast.

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    "LADDA gang represent" lol, upvote for this.

  • +1 vote

    Fantastic mouse. Use mine at work all the time.

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    Good price. But too late, brought another mouse already.

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    Slightly too light for me. Any way to add weight easily?

    • +1 vote

      Battery with more milliamps, Ni-MH is heavier than lithium.

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      After using a light gaming mouse at home, I put a lithium AAA in mine with adapter.
      Interesting how preferences differ.

  • +4 votes

    Logitech G203 is also on discount $34
    https://www.harveynorman.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?q=logi...

    G203 is the wired version (which I prefer than the wireless due to its light weight)

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    You guys use rechargeable batteries for this or where's a cheap place to get batteries?

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      Aldi rechargeables are good value

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      LADDA (IKEA). 4-pack $15.

      Or use part of the Eneloop mountain that most OzBargainers have accrued!

    • +3 votes

      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%

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      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.

      • +1 vote

        The Duracell battery that came with mine lasted 9 months.

  • +3 votes

    Good price currently in brick and mortar store. However can be had for $15 cheaper through geekbuying on occasion

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    Is this the mouse ‘intended’ to go with the G915?

  • +2 votes

    Is this a good cheaper alternative for G Pro Wireless?

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      Yes, use a AAA lithium battery and foil to get the weight down

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        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.

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      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.

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    Will it charge with a wireless charging pad and rechargable batteries?

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      no

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    Is this mouse good for playing assassin's Creed 3?

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      It would be fine for a single player game like that, yes

  • +1 vote

    got one from geekbuying deal

    solid mouse, my favourite

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    How would u rate this mouse vs Logitech Anywhere MX?

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      Have the same question. Like the "infinite scroll" on the MX Anywhere, but I guess this one doesn't have the feature.

    • +6 votes

      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.

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    Logitech MK220 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo is also on clearance for $18.
    https://www.harveynorman.com.au/logitech-mk220-wireless-keyb...

  • -1 vote

    Just purchased the G402 for my laptop (semi-temp setup).

    Looks like I'll be selling that and getting one of these. Thanks OzBargain

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    Such a good mouse. Make sure you put a Aaa lithium battery in this to make it even lighter

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    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)

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      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.

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        I have a M331 but it is a bit too small. I'll check that out thanks.

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    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.

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    Great for small hands, otherwise.. mehh

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    Does it work well with Mac?

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      Works fine with Mac, though requires a USB-A dongle.

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        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)??

  • +1 vote

    In case anyone is on the lookout for a detailed review - https://www.rtings.com/mouse/reviews/logitech/g305-lightspee...

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    how do you guys think this will be for FPS and esports games (csgo, val, etc etc)

    • +1 vote

      I kept hitting the side buttons by mistake. Gave up on it and went back to my g303

  • -1 vote

    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.

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    How does this compare to M720 ?

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    This or the Razer Basilisk?

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      I would think the Razer Atheris would be the closest match, especially if you need an ambidextrous mouse.

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    Officeworks says it is unavailable online.

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    Officeworks seems out of stock

  • +1 vote

    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.

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    This or Razer Basilisk x Hyperspeed?

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      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.

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    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!