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Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse $165 Delivered @ AZ eShop via MyDeal

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Great mouse love it.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse

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G502 LIGHTSPEED was designed to be the ultimate G502 gaming mouse ever made. It keeps the exact same ID and features set of the original, but is completely re-engineered to incorporate our most recent most recent innovations. The internal structure features the same thin wall design and advanced endoskeleton as the PRO Wireless mouse for a 7-gram weight reduction. And the same industry-leading wireless technologies: LIGHTSPEED, HERO 16k and POWERPLAY.

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  • Bing lee cancelled my last Hero lightspeed $90 :-(

  • +2

    I'm on my sixth G502. The last five have all had their left or right click switches die within a few weeks (one died the day after I bought it!) Greate mouse if you're willing to play the switch lottery though. Make sure you get from sonewhere with a robust returns policy

    • +1

      Your sixth wireless G502 or wired G502? I've had my same model for a number of years and it's all held up really well.

      • +1

        All wireless. I bought my first one with the charging mat

    • hence my preference towards the asus rog range with replaceable switches.

    • Damn! I'm on my first wireless G502 and its holding up well after about a year and a half of use.

    • how long does it take to reach the 6th? sounds like within a year?
      Assume need to DIY replace the micro switch after warranty to fix this once forever?

      • I got messed around with returns with JB and Logitech during lockdown when I couldn't actually take it into JB to swap it, they gave me a refund and told me to throw the mouse out so I just kept it and soldered in my own switches. It died again a couple of weeks ago but that was my fault, it was an incredibly sloppy solder job and lasted longer than it should have. Honestly if this one dies I might just pay a pro to swap the switches for me, the custom switches lasted months longer than anny of the previous mice did and i'd still be using it if I didn't screw up the insides.

        • aha, that's sort of "lucky" and unlucky, but may need to learn and practice before do some proper soldering work:)

    • +1

      Holy moley! I would have given up after 2 failures.

      Had my wired G502 for 5 years now and still running strong

    • Wow thats unlucky, Im still on my first G502 from 2014, Im only looking to upgrade now because the grips, mouse wheel and bottom pads are completely worn out now.

  • +2

    Still using the original wired version, good mouse that has held up for more than 3 years of very heavy usage.

    • It would be my third year with my wired G502 aswell, but the switches started playing up a couple months ago. I've since retired it for a GPW and soley use it for macros.

  • With known and ongoing software issues with the driver and significant issues with the switch I've sworn of Logitech, and this price is insane.
    I'd gladly pay this price for a good quality, durable and reliable device from a company with good support… this is not the case here.

    • What would you reccommend instead?

      • That's a great question.

        I have no recommendation… but am in the market for a mouse still.

        Far too many bad products these days.

        If the GHub driver / application wasn't hot garbage and there weren't an unusually large number of complaints on this model I'd consider it..
        Logitech for a time were handling support via Reddit… yes, seriously, i had to deal with it.

        Another great quirk they have is you can register a product with them, but if you want support you have to fill out a form on their website with all the same details again (after they re-enabled support via their website).

        Logitech have fallen badly, though i do still see consistently good reviews on their MX, but it doesn't meet my needs.

  • Even though I think GHUB is terrible, not much choice in the mouse department if you want the adjustable scroll wheel (I know razer sort of do it, but not in any way the same). I can click it to free scrolling for work/web, and then back to resisted scrolling for gaming.

    • at least ghub is available for mac .. can't say the same for synapse 3. =_(

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