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This appears to have the Corsair "Double-Click" cheap switches.

Just google "corsair double click" and you will see it plaguing many/most of their mice, and find that endless RMAs are potentially in your future if you choose to buy this.

Alternatively, just sort the 1-star reviews on Amazon, and see that like 3 out of 4 of those bad reviews are because of that one issue. When you look at the bad reviews and you see many people stating the same problem, there's usually a reason for it.

I had a good corsair mouse from a while back, then bought one last year to replace it because the sensor was going bad. The new one started the "double-click" within a few months, so I looked the issue up and realized it's so bad I might as well not even RMA the thing, and just got a Logitech.

It's sad, I usually like Corsair stuff.
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It's sad, I usually like Corsair stuff.
It is sad. I've had two M65s go bad on me inside of three years. I replaced the last one with Amazon refurb just two months ago- and it's my final Corsair purchase.

Corsair initially refused to RMA the first mouse because I didn't have a receipt. (purchased over the counter at BestBuy)
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Otherwise, if you've purchased other Corsair items in the past 2 years, I'd suggest uploading receipts for those and responding back and I'll see what we can do.
I sent him 9 years of receipts of all my Amazon Corsair purchases. Three PSUs, at least 48GB of RAM, a couple of AIO CPU coolers, two mechanical keyboards and three bad mice.

True story.
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It is sad. I've had two M65s go bad on me inside of three years. I replaced the last one with Amazon refurb just two months ago- and it's my final Corsair purchase.

Corsair initially refused to RMA the first mouse because I didn't have a receipt. (purchased over the counter at BestBuy)

I sent him 9 years of receipts of all my Amazon Corsair purchases. Three PSUs, at least 48GB of RAM, a couple of AIO CPU coolers, two mechanical keyboards and three bad mice.

True story.
There was a time when they pretty much just "made" RAM and PSUs, and they were mostly all good products.

Just another example of why I don't ​blindly support brands anymore. Research everything.
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you can pretty much google "mouse brand" double click issue..i have a g903 from logitech and lo and behold retarded double click issue
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you can pretty much google "mouse brand" double click issue..i have a g903 from logitech and lo and behold retarded double click issue
this is true, I'm using the glaive pro now, and I had the regular glaive before that I only replaced for some of the new features. Before that I went through at least three different models of razor deatheradders that all went bad from mouse button issues. One inside the warranty, the rest all shortly after...
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I have an older corsair glaive that had that double click issue, but I opened it up and re-bent the metal contact in the switch so it doesn't do it anymore. It wasn't a perfect job and it's a big hassle, but it's totally fixable. I just wish more of these gaming mice adopt replaceable or modular switches.
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This appears to have the Corsair "Double-Click" cheap switches.

Just google "corsair double click" and you will see it plaguing many/most of their mice, and find that endless RMAs are potentially in your future if you choose to buy this.

Alternatively, just sort the 1-star reviews on Amazon, and see that like 3 out of 4 of those bad reviews are because of that one issue. When you look at the bad reviews and you see many people stating the same problem, there's usually a reason for it.

I had a good corsair mouse from a while back, then bought one last year to replace it because the sensor was going bad. The new one started the "double-click" within a few months, so I looked the issue up and realized it's so bad I might as well not even RMA the thing, and just got a Logitech.

It's sad, I usually like Corsair stuff.
Yep, I just had this issue and Corsair didn't care. Switched to Razer. Never buying a Corsair product ever again.
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Yep, I just had this issue and Corsair didn't care. Switched to Razer. Never buying a Corsair product ever again.
Razer catches the same flak, you can't win on any side. You have to just go on the product solely.
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Razer catches the same flak, you can't win on any side. You have to just go on the product solely.
Honestly I don't mind if they replace it, but the support team was absolute trash. They didn't even apologize for taking 2 weeks to respond to my ticket. By that time I had already ordered the new mouse because it was unusable.
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This appears to have the Corsair "Double-Click" cheap switches.

Just google "corsair double click" and you will see it plaguing many/most of their mice, and find that endless RMAs are potentially in your future if you choose to buy this.

Alternatively, just sort the 1-star reviews on Amazon, and see that like 3 out of 4 of those bad reviews are because of that one issue. When you look at the bad reviews and you see many people stating the same problem, there's usually a reason for it.

I had a good corsair mouse from a while back, then bought one last year to replace it because the sensor was going bad. The new one started the "double-click" within a few months, so I looked the issue up and realized it's so bad I might as well not even RMA the thing, and just got a Logitech.

It's sad, I usually like Corsair stuff.
I can attest to all of this as my 2nd RMA CORSAIR mouse is currently going through this issue. Open to other recommendations!
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It is sad. I've had two M65s go bad on me inside of three years. I replaced the last one with Amazon refurb just two months ago- and it's my final Corsair purchase.

Corsair initially refused to RMA the first mouse because I didn't have a receipt. (purchased over the counter at BestBuy)

I sent him 9 years of receipts of all my Amazon Corsair purchases. Three PSUs, at least 48GB of RAM, a couple of AIO CPU coolers, two mechanical keyboards and three bad mice.

True story.
I believe it... as much as I used to like (and actually still use) Corsair's products, their customer service is TERRIBAD. Some of the worst in the PC industry. I could tell multiple stories but suffice to say, they lost my 15+ years of business recently as well. (Typed on K95 platinum then sent/clicked with M65 pro while wearing HS70's.... all of which I would like to replace)
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Yep, I just had this issue and Corsair didn't care. Switched to Razer. Never buying a Corsair product ever again.
Razer products have far worse reliability than Corsair's. I have had a handful of electronics fail in my life and I take of my stuff well, but I've had multiple Razer mice fail on me. The only reason I bought them was because they were the only ones for a long time to offer a mouse with a full keypad on the side. Now that I have other options I gladly left their ecosystem.

I have just bought a Corsair Scimitar mouse in the last month, though I much prefer my Steal series Rebel 700 I bought at the same time for two options. I also have a Corsair K70 that I have had since 2013/2014 and it still works perfectly, I just cleaned it earlier today even.
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I have and love Corsair cases, PSUs, ram, and fans but have never tried their keyboards or mice. Reading this thread makes me happier with that.

When it comes to mice I'm always surprised people don't just stick with g402/502 at this price. I'm biased on this as a g502 user, but I did pick up a deal on a Deathadder Elite last year and find its pretty great in many ways, too, but the software experience is awful.

So... why wouldn't you just buy a g502 with $50 for a mouse?
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Chiming in to say I had an M65 Pro go bad with the "double click" issue. The middle mouse button stopped working as well. I got a replacement M65 elite that I kind of expect to fail on me, but it was cheap, and I like the form factor of the M65 line. Once this one goes, I'm going to switch to a brand that will last longer.
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