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Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse £39.99 + free P&P @ Maplin/Amazon, potential TCB

£39.99 @ Maplin
* Enduring battery life (up to 250 hours) * Delta zero sensor technology * Ultra low latency wireless gaming technology * Performance/Endurance switch * High-durability switches Seems … Read More
gunjin Avatar
1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
* Enduring battery life (up to 250 hours)

* Delta zero sensor technology

* Ultra low latency wireless gaming technology

* Performance/Endurance switch

* High-durability switches

Seems to have been reviewed very well.

Available from Amazon via Maplin_WebDeals or direct from Maplin (link provided). Note potential 4.4% TCB cashback from direct Maplin purchase too.

Best price it's been for a while according to camelcamelcamel and only marginally above its lowest recorded Amazon price (£38.78). Obviously this excludes Lightning deals.
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Good price
1 Like #2
Been using this for around 2 years. I think i've switched the batteries 3 or 4 times since I bought it. Great customizable mouse, very durable and ergonomic. At this price, highly recommended
#3
Cyberpunk89
Been using this for around 2 years. I think i've switched the batteries 3 or 4 times since I bought it. Great customizable mouse, very durable and ergonomic. At this price, highly recommended

Great to hear Cyberpunk89. I've been using a G700s during the same period and while it is a great gaming mouse its internal battery is awful (c. 5 hours FPS use per charge now) so the promise of c. 40-50x this battery life in the G602 is extremely appealing...
1 Like #4
gunjin
I've been using a G700s during the same period
I had the G700 before this one, and the constant charging/replacing batteries was very annoying as it was almost easier to just leave the cord in. But I really wanted a wireless mouse and also at least 4 configurable buttons on the side so I tried this one and apart from it not having the 'super scroll' option, it's better in every other aspect in my experience.
Even in endurance mode on the G700 and turning it off when not using it, it still ran out of power within 6 days, but this one I never even have to turn off and the range of the receiver is pretty great so it never stutters or loses connection or anything while gaming. Not sure why this deal is getting a cold rating

Edited By: Cyberpunk89 on Apr 07, 2017 16:00
1 Like #5
My G602 goes through batteries about every 2-3 months with extremely heavy use, my G700s needs 1 or 2 charges per day under the same conditions. I also find the G602 better ergonomically.
#6
Cyberpunk89
Not sure why this deal is getting a cold rating

Probably because it has on one or two occasions been cheaper via Lightning Deals. At the mo, this is the cheapest I found it in the UK and the cheapest it has been for some time.

Edited By: gunjin on Apr 07, 2017 16:54
#7
roycom
My G602 goes through batteries about every 2-3 months with extremely heavy use, my G700s needs 1 or 2 charges per day under the same conditions. I also find the G602 better ergonomically.

Music to my ears, roycom!
1 Like #8
My G602, ive changed batteries once in about a year, medium to heavy user
1 Like #9
I love this mouse, so much so that I've already bought one as a spare when one of my other two breaks.

Also the sensor is smack bang in the middle, tried a few others with the sensor offset to the left or right and it just feels weird.
1 Like #10
Great price! I got this a while ago for about £10 more and it's a super comfortable mouse.
#11
Great price fantastic mouse!
#12
Back up to £54.99 at Maplin and Amazon

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