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Walmart.com has Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse on sale for $19.99. Select free store if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+. Thanks ClemsonF4iSilver
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While looking for a trackball, I saw that Walmart has the Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball for $19.99 plus tax (and shipping) or free pickup

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Great mouse. I've bought two through amazon and have had for two years (one at work and one at home). Love. Need to clean the track ball every now and then.
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Can confirm the shitty clicker/double click issue. For me it was after 3 years of daily use at work.
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This mouse has a shitty clicker that will double click eventually. You have been warned.

Did I buy it? Yes, but I also now learn how to fix it myself... using soldering iron and a new part clicker from eBay... Your mouse WILL eventually fail too. I replaced the microswitch in mine 3x already... the original microswitch (chinese made) is so shitty, and I replaced it with the same part number (dumb move)... next time it fails again, I will buy a different microswitch (japanese one) to replace it with.
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Great mouse. I've bought two through amazon and have had for two years (one at work and one at home). Love. Need to clean the track ball every now and then.
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Love these things.
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Great mouse. I've bought two through amazon and have had for two years (one at work and one at home). Love. Need to clean the track ball every now and then.
Yep, I had one a few years ago and loved it. Debating getting one...again.
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I've been using mine for two years from the couch. Best mouse for use where you can't use a proper mouse.
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Been years with this exact model. Been eying the new one though, waiting for a sale again, missed the last one.
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Been years with this exact model. Been eying the new one though, waiting for a sale again, missed the last one.
I've got the new one. Like it better than the old one but definitely worth waiting for a good price. ~$50 makes it worth buying imho. I actually really like the dual-host/bluetooth functionality as it lets me ditch the USB-A receiver on my laptop that only has a single USB-A port on it (it's mostly USB-C).

I've used these trackballs since ~1999 (just stumbled upon the wired beige one I had from 99!).
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This mouse has a shitty clicker that will double click eventually. You have been warned.

Did I buy it? Yes, but I also now learn how to fix it myself... using soldering iron and a new part clicker from eBay... Your mouse WILL eventually fail too. I replaced the microswitch in mine 3x already... the original microswitch (chinese made) is so shitty, and I replaced it with the same part number (dumb move)... next time it fails again, I will buy a different microswitch (japanese one) to replace it with.
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This mouse has a shitty clicker that will double click eventually. You have been warned.

Did I buy it? Yes, but I also now learn how to fix it myself... using soldering iron and a new part clicker from eBay... Your mouse WILL eventually fail too. I replaced the microswitch in mine 3x already... the original microswitch (chinese made) is so shitty, and I replaced it with the same part number (dumb move)... next time it fails again, I will buy a different microswitch (japanese one) to replace it with.
Can confirm the shitty clicker/double click issue. For me it was after 3 years of daily use at work.
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Thank you! I had been browsing for a deal on this. It's a wrist saver. I use one at work and it stopped my wrist from hurting.
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This mouse has a shitty clicker that will double click eventually. You have been warned.

Did I buy it? Yes, but I also now learn how to fix it myself... using soldering iron and a new part clicker from eBay... Your mouse WILL eventually fail too. I replaced the microswitch in mine 3x already... the original microswitch (chinese made) is so shitty, and I replaced it with the same part number (dumb move)... next time it fails again, I will buy a different microswitch (japanese one) to replace it with.
My hand starting getting carpel tunnel like from work and home use so I started using this at home. No more hand or wrist pain and its really comforable after awhile and you can do everyhing but intense gaming on this. Mine started the double-click after less than 1 year end. I opened a ticket on Logitech and sending it back during warranty. Will wait to get this one on sale before sending it back though.
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Great price for Logitech mouse. In for 1. Thx.
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I'm not sure what click problem people are talking about. I've had mine for about 3 years. I've dropped it several times, but it's still going strong. I love this mouse. Ever since I started using this, I stopped having wrist strain. In for another one as a backup in case I break the current one.
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I've gone through several of these over the years and also confirm the flaky buttons. Once I contacted Logitech and they sent me a new one and let me keep the old one. I have also replaced the buttons myself a time or two. Still, I prefer them over just about everything else out there.
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