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Costco Members: Razer Homerun Gaming Bundle (Keyboard + Mouse + Pad + Headset) EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Razer Homerun Gaming Bundle for $79.97. Shipping is $4.99.

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Bundle includes:
  • Razer Kraken V3 X Gaming Headset
  • Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse
  • Razer Ornata V2 Gaming Keyboard
  • Razer Gigantus V2 Mouse Pad

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Gaming bundle from Razer with the following:

Razer Kraken V3 X Gaming Headset
Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse
Razer Ornata V2 Gaming Keyboard
Razer Gigantus V2 Mouse Pad

$79.97 + $4.99 shipping for Costco members

https://www.costco.com/razer-home...42101.html

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For 229 overpriced. For the 99 and 79 now, def a deal.
I saw it at $229 in club located in Laguna Niguel, CA.
I think this bundle is overpriced.

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Anyone see the in-Club price?
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Anyone see the in-Club price?
I saw it at $229 in club located in Laguna Niguel, CA.
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$99 last week in ny
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Saw last week at my local Costco for $99
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I think this bundle is overpriced.
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I think this bundle is overpriced.
For 229 overpriced. For the 99 and 79 now, def a deal.
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Anyone see the in-Club price?
It's $79.
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Some reviews online say the mouse is lightweight and cheap feeling. Can anyone comment if they have this?
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Some reviews online say the mouse is lightweight and cheap feeling. Can anyone comment if they have this?
Lightweight is how a mouse should feel, the more mass (weight) an object is the more effort you need to exsert in order to make that object start moving as well as to stop it.

If you want competitive, you want as light as possible.
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Some reviews online say the mouse is lightweight and cheap feeling. Can anyone comment if they have this?
I just bought this for $99 a few days ago and going back to get a price adjustment. The mouse is lightweight but as far as I can read it is supposed to be that way and high good switches. I like the software to use the mouse and keyboard together to use macros for work. Not a bad deal for $79.
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Lightweight is how a mouse should feel, the more mass (weight) an object is the more effort you need to exsert in order to make that object start moving as well as to stop it.

If you want competitive, you want as light as possible.
Depends on what you're into. I prefer a bit heavier mouse myself and I game quite a bit with KMB. DPI is more important than weight, imo.
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Quote from Eugene1980 :
Lightweight is how a mouse should feel, the more mass (weight) an object is the more effort you need to exsert in order to make that object start moving as well as to stop it.

If you want competitive, you want as light as possible.
Like another user said: Lightweight mouse is purely preference. If the mouse is too light it will wiggle whenever you click to shoot (or anything really) and when pixels matter any slight movement could lead to a miss. It's why a lot of higher end ones come with little weights you can pop under the mouse so the extra weight helps reduce the movement when clicking! Again, though, all depends on the user.
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I've had some bad luck with Razer products. I refuse to purchase from them again. I've had small nuisances with their software "Synapse " where the keyboard wouldn't work properly until I restarted their software. What pushed me over the edge was a HUGE ISSUE! Their keyboard caused my Computer to slow down and not load up properly and had issues with Applications loading up properly. A complete nightmare! Anyway, buy this at your own risk! I found Cosair products work for me. Hope this helps.
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