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this is the original mx anywhere which the double click issue.. best to opt for the MX2
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this is the original mx anywhere which the double click issue.. best to opt for the MX2
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Have 3 of these, original mx, all purchased in 2011&2012. No double click issue with any of them.

Must bc a certain batch or firmware.
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Have 3 of these, original mx, all purchased in 2011&2012. No double click issue with any of them.

Must bc a certain batch or firmware.
No, don't think that 3 out of several thousands of these is a good sampling to determine that it's a firmware-related issue. Folks had gotten around to fix it by using tape and other means to clean out the microswitches. I tried to adjust the double clicking timing within software, but due to the intrinsic trait of the microswitches going bad, no amount of software/firmware change was going to fix it without altering the microswitches themselves.
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I bought 3 over the course of a few years. Two were fine and the third one had the double click issue. Tried all the fixes but nothing worked and I eventually tossed it.

The two that work are amazing. I also bought the mx2 for my wife and she prefers the mx instead. She says it works better on all surfaces than the mx2. For $25 I'd gamble on a working one
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Have 3 of these, original mx, all purchased in 2011&2012. No double click issue with any of them.

Must bc a certain batch or firmware.
Nah you were lucky. I've lost about 5 of the originals through the years. I personally prefer the feel of the first ones over the new ones.'

FYI if you use a rebate service that starts with an e you can get an extra 15% off.
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is this a quality mouse? i ask because cheap mice work great in a pinch, but if you use them a lot you wish you had quality...
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For those of you who have the double-click issue, Logitech replaced mine just inside the 3 year warranty. I was able to fix the broken one by soldering on new microswitches I got off AliExpress. Now I have 2!
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is this a quality mouse? i ask because cheap mice work great in a pinch, but if you use them a lot you wish you had quality...
They break down at an average of about once per year of heavy use. All that said I've ordered about 7 of them, and just ordered 2 more. I've tried other mice including the newer version of the Anywhere MX and this is by far my favorite mouse.
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If it matters, anywhere 1 has a 3-yr mfr warranty. Anywhere 2 only has a 1-yr.
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If you're a little bit handy with a soldering iron, you can easily replace the microswitch yourself with a new one that you can buy from Ebay. It's cheap and a 10 minute soldering job. I love the performance of this mouse and I've ran across the double click issue from a few that I've owned. They lasted a couple of years until this problem comes up.
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For those of you who have the double-click issue, Logitech replaced mine just inside the 3 year warranty. I was able to fix the broken one by soldering on new microswitches I got off AliExpress. Now I have 2!
I got the stupid the double-click issue a year after warranty. I ended up swapping the left and right button functions. Figure I could get another ~3 years and will have gotten my moneys worth. Took a week to get use to but now when I switch between regular mouse for work computer and this mouse with the swapped buttons, its just second nature. I wouldn't be able to recall what button is for what, but put me in front of a regular mouse or this mouse, and the hands just know exactly which button to click. nod
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I've bought like 6 over the years, and done warranty claims on pretty much all of them for the double click issue haha. Still have like 4-5 of them in a box as paperweights (with really bad double click or sometimes clicks not registering)
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Note that these come with a 3yr warranty, whereas the newer MX2 only has 1yr. Over the years I sent 2 back to logitech due to the doubleclick issue, both after I had them for over a year, both were replaced by Logitech for free,
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