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Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse w/ Lightsync RGB (Black)

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Best Buy has Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse w/ Lightsync RGB (Black) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside pickup as an alterative option. Thanks ImmortalTimeKeeper

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Alternatively, Amazon also has Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse w/ Lightsync RGB (Black) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse w/ Lightsync RGB (BLack)
  • Logitech Lightspeed Wireless Receiver
  • Receiver Extension Adapter
  • Charging/Data Cable
  • Accessory Box
  • 4x 2g Weights
  • 2x 4G Weights
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The Logitech Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse delivers up to 25,600 DPI performance, accuracy and efficiency. Fully customize RGB lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors. Compatible w/ PowerPlay charging system and includes six removable weights for weight customization. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Best Buy has the Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse for $99.99

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Amazon for reference: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-L...07L4BM851/
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These mice are notorious for their switches failing in one way or another. Mine had a double clicking issue a couple months after purchase. I soldered on aftermarket switches for less than $10 and they work like a dream. So don't give up on your mouse if you can't get a warranty replacement for some reason.
Save yourself the headache. Lowest price. Just bought it.
I use rechargable batts in my (different model) mouse and the logitech app does a decent job of warning when they're low. Of course I ignore that for 2 weeks and then have the same problem, but at least it's definitely my own fault at that point

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Easily the cheapest I have seen this mouse. I bought at $125 and it's wonderful going wireless. Great catch, OP.
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Wonder if it's gonna be cheaper at Black Friday though ?
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Wonder if it's gonna be cheaper at Black Friday though ?
Save yourself the headache. Lowest price. Just bought it.
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Wonder if it's gonna be cheaper at Black Friday though ?
You can return until Jan. Just buy it. If it is cheaper, buy a new one and return the old one.
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These mice are notorious for their switches failing in one way or another. Mine had a double clicking issue a couple months after purchase. I soldered on aftermarket switches for less than $10 and they work like a dream. So don't give up on your mouse if you can't get a warranty replacement for some reason.
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These mice are notorious for their switches failing in one way or another. Mine had a double clicking issue a couple months after purchase. I soldered on aftermarket switches for less than $10 and they work like a dream. So don't give up on your mouse if you can't get a warranty replacement for some reason.
What switches did you go with? Mine started the double clicking issue last week, and I'm still researching what's need to fix it and what the options are.
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What switches did you go with? Mine started the double clicking issue last week, and I'm still researching what's need to fix it and what the options are.
D2f-0f1 is very good. Fix double click for me. Or kaihl gm8. They are light switches.
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Can't say I'm and overly big fan of wireless gaming mice; nothing like being in the middle of the fight you've been working on for weeks and having your mouse die mid fight. Or about to do the game winning sniper shot and your mouse dies. Yes it doesn't happen super often but it when it happens it seems like it's at the worst time lol.
You can use it plugged in if it's that serious to you.
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Can't say I'm and overly big fan of wireless gaming mice; nothing like being in the middle of the fight you've been working on for weeks and having your mouse die mid fight. Or about to do the game winning sniper shot and your mouse dies. Yes it doesn't happen super often but it when it happens it seems like it's at the worst time lol.
I use rechargable batts in my (different model) mouse and the logitech app does a decent job of warning when they're low. Of course I ignore that for 2 weeks and then have the same problem, but at least it's definitely my own fault at that point
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I use rechargable batts in my (different model) mouse and the logitech app does a decent job of warning when they're low. Of course I ignore that for 2 weeks and then have the same problem, but at least it's definitely my own fault at that point
Get the wireless charging mouse pad and you won't have tk worry about charging ever again.
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I have this mouse, the double click issue is real and the company doesn't seem to care that A LOT of people have faulty switches. The double click issue and quality control on their products I have bought lately have really shaken my confidence in logitech.
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Get the wireless charging mouse pad and you won't have tk worry about charging ever again.
But the pad is so small.
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