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Logitech G502 SE Hero via Amazon Deal of the Day $29.50 + Tax/Shipping

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Lowest on Amazon was $29.99; was going for $34.99 recently and then up to $39.99
Lowest via Best Buy was $24.99 but was in store only; was also going for $34.99 online but went up to $79.99.

This mouse is better than the wireless G602 (which has an overly sensitive middle mouse wheel click).

Description from Amazon:
  • High performance hero 16k sensor: Logitech most accurate sensor yet with up to 16,000 dpi for the ultimate in gaming speed, accuracy and responsiveness across entire dpi range
  • 11 customizable buttons and onboard memory: Assign custom commands to the buttons and save up to five ready to play profiles directly to the mouse
  • Adjustable weight system: Arrange up to five removable 3.6g weights inside the mouse for personalized weight and balance tuning. Requirements - Windows 7 or later. macOS 10.11 or later. Chrome OS. USB port
  • Programmable RGB lighting and lightsync technology: Customize lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors to match your team's colors, sport your own or sync colors with other logitech g gear
  • Mechanical switch button tensioning: metal spring tensioning system and pivot hinges are built into left and right gaming mouse buttons for a crisp, clean click feel with rapid click feedback

 Brand Name Logitech G  
 Series G502 HERO SE  
 Item model number 910-005728  

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07PHLBBQR
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I have the basic g502, wonderful mouse, extremely comfortable. This is a great price. Supposedly this is rated at 5 million clicks instead of 1 million like the old g502 and has a higher dpi sensor.

Honestly I'm thinking about buying this and dumping my old g502 on CL for 20 or 25...
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I have the basic g502, wonderful mouse, extremely comfortable. This is a great price. Supposedly this is rated at 5 million clicks instead of 1 million like the old g502 and has a higher dpi sensor.

Honestly I'm thinking about buying this and dumping my old g502 on CL for 20 or 25...
I replaced an aging Logitech G5 2-Tone (non blue) which has a lower DPI (2000) and only 6 buttons with this model.
It's been a beast for me and response has been great.
I've been using a wireless G602 but the middle mouse wheel is too sensitive so I'm getting another one of these.
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This is a fantastic mouse at this price. I think I paid $49 a while back and have been very happy. The software is also really easy to use. If you think Corsair I-Cue was intuitive, then this is even better.
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Im still rocking a Logitech G7. Waiting out for a good deal on a wireless model but this is a good deal
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Im still rocking a Logitech G7. Waiting out for a good deal on a wireless model but this is a good deal
the G7 was awesome. but it developed stickyness and I threw two away. one of the buttons keep geting "sticky" or dones't response properly.

checked last year and the price on thoose went up alot
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the G7 was awesome. but it developed stickyness and I threw two away. one of the buttons keep geting "sticky" or dones't response properly.

checked last year and the price on thoose went up alot
From the G5, G7, G9 through the G903 and those in between, they all develop 'stickyness' to an extent, assuming you mean the left click issue. Though it could also occur for right clicks, though not as often.

As a tinkerer, it's a matter of just replacing the switches with better ones.
The switches are Omron.
See https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=122570338&postcount=47 and https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=81743.0
There are videos too that show how to take apart the various mouse models and do the repair.
Time consuming, maybe. But a good mouse which lives forever, that's gold (MX518).


However, I also had an old Microsoft develop sticky plastic grips which was disgusting to try and use or touch. That one I donated.
It seems the plastics or material used for grips (looking at you cheap tools from Lowes) develops some type of degraded issue that renders them as garbage.
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From the G5, G7, G9 through the G903 and those in between, they all develop 'stickyness' to an extent, assuming you mean the left click issue. Though it could also occur for right clicks, though not as often.

As a tinkerer, it's a matter of just replacing the switches with better ones.
The switches are Omron.
See https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=122570338&postcount=47 and https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=81743.0
There are videos too that show how to take apart the various mouse models and do the repair.
Time consuming, maybe. But a good mouse which lives forever, that's gold (MX518).


However, I also had an old Microsoft develop sticky plastic grips which was disgusting to try and use or touch. That one I donated.
It seems the plastics or material used for grips (looking at you cheap tools from Lowes) develops some type of degraded issue that renders them as garbage.
+1. I had a few old G500's lying around that developed the dreaded double left-click issue. I tried fiddling around with the stupid gold spring in the switch housing and spent hours trying to get it back in before it broke. I just bought replacement omron switches on Amazon and soldered them in. Night and day difference and super easy if you're patient enough to tear down the mouse and have basic soldering skills.
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Been a g602 user for a year now, you wont regret the purchase.
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