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Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Wireless Gaming Mouse - Black £58 (with purchase of another logitech product) @ Amazon

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add to cart for 82.99, but logitech has a 30% off if you buy 2 of their products, which means another 30% off = £58, lowest this has ever been is £79.99, simply get another product for like £10. : …
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add to cart for 82.99, but logitech has a 30% off if you buy 2 of their products, which means another 30% off = £58, lowest this has ever been is £79.99,

simply get another product for like £10. :

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#1
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01CZTGBOW/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=3m&fo=0&lang=en

Edited By: yoyelp on Jan 10, 2017 18:52
#2
You'd have to factor in the cost of the other item aswell as per site rules buddy.

The cheapest i can see is £8.29
3 Likes #3
you'd be better of listing it with the cheapest item including in the deal
3 Likes #4
best I could get the price to is £63.90, that is adding the following

cheap mouse
1 Like #5
Very good price, I paid £80 for this and it has been an awesome upgrade from the MX518 I had before
#6
The g610 is for a great price as well
#7
Ordered one the other day at £103, asked for a refund for the difference earlier only to be told they can't do that any more so had to cancel that order as it hadn't been delivered yet only to then find it won't let me reorder it again :( ffs
1 Like #8
can i return the 2nd item for a refund and keep the mouse for 58

Edited By: JC1997 on Jan 10, 2017 19:50
#9
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)
4 Likes #10
jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)

So on what basis do you call this a casual gaming mouse? Considering its DPI is the same as their wired G502 mouse I consider this to be a rather good wireless gaming mouse. It has one of the best sensors around, it gets good reviews on review sites.

LinusTechTips Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1o2HBm_uNk
2 Likes #11
Cheers OP. Ordered along with the £8 cheapo mouse.
Couldn't resist even though I've already got the Proteus G502.

jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)

You've obviously don't know what this particular mouse is capable of. Do your research and you'll be amazed.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Jan 10, 2017 21:59
1 Like #12
subpixel
Ordered one the other day at £103, asked for a refund for the difference earlier only to be told they can't do that any more so had to cancel that order as it hadn't been delivered yet only to then find it won't let me reorder it again :( ffs

You can reorder exactly 7 days after placing order.
#13
K1LLER HORNET
Cheers OP. Ordered along with the £8 cheapo mouse.
Couldn't resist even though I've already got the Proteus G502.
jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)
You've obviously don't know what this particular mouse is capable of. Do your research and you'll be amazed.
That is the mouse I am interested in , can I be cheeky and ask is the g502 well suited for bigger hands?
I bought a steelseries 100 the other day but find it too small for my hands, not bad for £20 and will keep as spare.
1 Like #14
lugsy3
K1LLER HORNET
Cheers OP. Ordered along with the £8 cheapo mouse.
Couldn't resist even though I've already got the Proteus G502.
jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)
You've obviously don't know what this particular mouse is capable of. Do your research and you'll be amazed.
That is the mouse I am interested in , can I be cheeky and ask is the g502 well suited for bigger hands?
I bought a steelseries 100 the other day but find it too small for my hands, not bad for £20 and will keep as spare.

The G502 is fine with my 23cm hand span.
1 Like #15
Wow £83 for a mouse, could buy a mechanical keyboard for that price, WTF?!!! X)
#16
Damn this is a good deal.
1 Like #17
ShroomHeadToad
Wow £83 for a mouse, could buy a mechanical keyboard for that price, WTF?!!! X)

For another £20 you can get the G610 Brown and G502 Proteus
#18
JC1997
can i return the 2nd item for a refund and keep the mouse for 58
I was thinking this too.
#19
JC1997
can i return the 2nd item for a refund and keep the mouse for 58

(iii) if you return a Qualifying Item (so that the combined purchase value of the Qualifying Items you retain falls below the Minimum Purchase requirement) or a Promotional Item, Amazon reserves the right to charge you (using the payment method you used for the original order and without further notice) for the discount or the Promotional Item you received as part of the offer
1 Like #20
This is the best wireless mouse I've ever used, no lag, great sensor with no acceleration, lightweight and decent battery (30 hours).
3 Likes #21
Might be a nice mouse but my Logitech G602 is a great mouse with superb battery life. I bought it in September and I only changed the battery yesterday, not sure that I really needed to at that...! I grumbled a little at paying £39 for that mouse at the time.

My G700 used to eat its single rechargeable battery well within a days use.

This one seems to munch two of them in around 32 hours or so, but its typical price of around £80 or more - eek....!
2 Likes #22
ShroomHeadToad
Wow £83 for a mouse, could buy a mechanical keyboard for that price, WTF?!!! X)

And you could buy a perfectly good keyboard for £10. Each to their own.
#23
Good Deal. Some credit should go to tomcrocker who originally posted the Logitech Multi-buy offer which this is a part of. The Orion g610 keyboard + basic mouse at around £54 is another decent deal in this offer.

Edited By: Neil_Coombes on Jan 11, 2017 10:51
#24
bought the speakers that are temp oos so possibly wont be back in.stock but either way fine by me as I need some small speakers
#25
Nice. Tempted to get this to use in place of my g502 proteus core, anyone know how they compare aside from wired/wireless?
#26
VimesUK
Might be a nice mouse but my Logitech G602 is a great mouse with superb battery life. I bought it in September and I only changed the battery yesterday, not sure that I really needed to at that...! I grumbled a little at paying £39 for that mouse at the time.
My G700 used to eat its single rechargeable battery well within a days use.
This one seems to munch two of them in around 32 hours or so, but its typical price of around £80 or more - eek....!

This uses a built in lithium battery so charges via USB, I've got a G602 as well but that suffers from chronic middle click problems (I'm on my 3rd replacement) and is *much* heavier.

Edited By: weiran on Jan 11, 2017 11:49
#27
JustExtreme
Nice. Tempted to get this to use in place of my g502 proteus core, anyone know how they compare aside from wired/wireless?

I think they use the same sensor so I doubt there's much difference.
#28
this is tempting, Can I justify £146 on a new keyboard and mouse....
#29
weiran
VimesUK
Might be a nice mouse but my Logitech G602 is a great mouse with superb battery life. I bought it in September and I only changed the battery yesterday, not sure that I really needed to at that...! I grumbled a little at paying £39 for that mouse at the time.
My G700 used to eat its single rechargeable battery well within a days use.
This one seems to munch two of them in around 32 hours or so, but its typical price of around £80 or more - eek....!
This uses a built in lithium battery so charges via USB, I've got a G602 as well but that suffers from chronic middle click problems (I'm on my 3rd replacement) and is *much* heavier.

The G602 doesn't need to charge via USB because it's takes so damn long for the batteries to run down in it. :D
#30
elofty
this is tempting, Can I justify £146 on a new keyboard and mouse....

I believe you can :3
1 Like #31
jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)

A few years ago I would have agreed with you but how times have changed. This wireless mouse responds faster than my wired Razer Death Adder according to Overclockers.com

http://i.imgur.com/ezMEcNi.jpg
#32
Named after my favourite game, nice! :D

https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTfwDUm7s6dEkKirRbTwmLrfzduSBwiB3z_60BV7Ts1UvrkbmYr
1 Like #33
Now out of stock :(
#34
weiran
VimesUK
Might be a nice mouse but my Logitech G602 is a great mouse with superb battery life. I bought it in September and I only changed the battery yesterday, not sure that I really needed to at that...! I grumbled a little at paying £39 for that mouse at the time.
My G700 used to eat its single rechargeable battery well within a days use.
This one seems to munch two of them in around 32 hours or so, but its typical price of around £80 or more - eek....!

This uses a built in lithium battery so charges via USB, I've got a G602 as well but that suffers from chronic middle click problems (I'm on my 3rd replacement) and is *much* heavier.


​At least with the G700 I could just replace the two Eneloop batteries with another two and charge the others up. I didn't always like using the USB charging as the USB port wasn't always close to where the mouse was being used.

I have had great success with the G602 both with its precise control and amazing battery life.

I wasn't aware that the G900 uses a built in li-ion battery. That could be restrictive but I suppose it extends its use over that of the G700.

I do not know why the battery performance in many Logitech mice seem so poor compared to the G602. Whether it is set on endurance mode or not the battery life is superb.
#35
Damn, I'd been interested in this from when I first saw it reviewed but couldn't justify the £135 price. I had to go off looking at g910 keyboard reviews to see if I thought it was worth a keyboard upgrade too. Now it's out of stock. Doh, should of just grabbed the £20.99 wireless K400 plus that I know I could of used.
#36
weiran
VimesUK
Might be a nice mouse but my Logitech G602 is a great mouse with superb battery life. I bought it in September and I only changed the battery yesterday, not sure that I really needed to at that...! I grumbled a little at paying £39 for that mouse at the time.
My G700 used to eat its single rechargeable battery well within a days use.
This one seems to munch two of them in around 32 hours or so, but its typical price of around £80 or more - eek....!

This uses a built in lithium battery so charges via USB, I've got a G602 as well but that suffers from chronic middle click problems (I'm on my 3rd replacement) and is *much* heavier.


I have the g602, I know the scroll wheel is rubbish but what is the chronic middle clicker you are on about?
#37
I think I'm too late. Cheapest new is 95 quid now :( OoS

Edited By: thesheep on Jan 11, 2017 19:07: Out of stock
#38
K1LLER HORNET
Cheers OP. Ordered along with the £8 cheapo mouse.
Couldn't resist even though I've already got the Proteus G502.

jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)

You've obviously don't know what this particular mouse is capable of. Do your research and you'll be amazed.


​performance does look impressive, I'll give you that. Call me old school but I like my mouse wired when playing in a competitive game. Don't full trust wireless signals. If that isn't a worry for some then it looks good.
#39
jmp_ldn
K1LLER HORNET
Cheers OP. Ordered along with the £8 cheapo mouse.
Couldn't resist even though I've already got the Proteus G502.

jmp_ldn
Wireless and gaming mouse in the same sentence? Maybe wireless casual gaming mouse ;)

You've obviously don't know what this particular mouse is capable of. Do your research and you'll be amazed.


​performance does look impressive, I'll give you that. Call me old school but I like my mouse wired when playing in a competitive game. Don't full trust wireless signals. If that isn't a worry for some then it looks good.


​You can also used it wired where it will charge the battery

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