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Logitech MX Master mouse from Amazon.de for 37euros. 43 euros (£37.70) delivered to UK

£37.70 @ Amazon Germany
Very cheap for the high quality Logitech MX master mouse. Cheapest I've seen. Cheaper than the black friday Amazon sale for £41.99 which got hot (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-mx-master-wi… Read More
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Very cheap for the high quality Logitech MX master mouse. Cheapest I've seen.
Cheaper than the black friday Amazon sale for £41.99 which got hot
(http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-mx-master-wireless-mouse-41-99-amazon-black-friday-deal-prime-2551323)

Unfortunately I missed that and pounced when it was available on amazon.co.uk for £48 recently. (it's now £60 there)
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#1
I really did not get on with this mouse, I had to go back to my mx1000 which has been going strong for 7 years
#2
dark_shadow
I really did not get on with this mouse, I had to go back to my mx1000 which has been going strong for 7 years
What was wrong with it? I was looking to get one myself
1 Like #3
I had ordered one of these mice a couple of days ago as an Amazon Warehouse Deal in "Like New" condition for £42.50. It arrived with a torn box and lots of marks on the bottom of the mouse, so it had obviously been well used by the previous owner before being returned to Amazon.

I've sent it back - Amazon are great for returns - and I was just about to buy another one from the Warehouse Deal (hoping that it might be in better condition), when I saw this posting. A brand new one delivered for just £38.

Order now placed, and many thanks to the OP.
1 Like #5
If you want the euro price note that your bank may charge you for this.
I'm with nationwide and I believe they charge 2% for non GBP purchases.
#6
anonimousse
I also upgraded from the MX1000 which stopped synchronising properly; a shame as it is one of the better computer mice I own. My gripe with the MX Master is the 'ratchet' problem on the master scroll wheel - google it if you care. Otherwise it is a decent mouse and can't complain as I got it in the AZ Warehouse sale last year for peanuts.
To elaborate, a little motor attached to an arm controls whether the mouse wheel clicks as it turns (ratchet mode) or not (freewheel mode). That arm tends to move out of position, sticking you in one or the other mode. It did on mine, then moved back into position somehow.

Absolutely lovely mouse though, super comfortable to use.

Edited By: CampGareth on Jul 06, 2017 13:56: I worded some words acciwordidentally.
#7
Sold it after a couple of weeks.
#8
Great mouse with great battery life, stopped the whole hand cramp using a smaller mouse. great for people like me who are using construction & planning programs.
#9
I use this mouse, I find it very comfortable to use for long periods and as I sometimes use multiple devices like being able to press one button to switch between different Bluetooth devices.
#10
Been waiting for this to drop below £40, thanks
#11
great mouse, have one. Tempted to buy a spare...
#12
BogBeast
great mouse, have one. Tempted to buy a spare...
me too.... best mouse ever.... had 2 now over a good number of years
1 Like #13
Crap overpriced mouse with countless issues. I've had several of them - the auto scroll wheel is not fit for purpose and failed on all of them. The gap behind the scroll wheel constantly pinches your skin and is really annoying. It has surprisingly poor tracking and accuracy especially for such an expensive mouse - definitely not good enough for gaming etc. The thumb buttons are practically unusable. This mouse is totally overrated and nowhere near as good as the previous high end logitech mice I've owned. Mice like the MX1000 were a million times better. Logitech seem to have gone backwards with this. Wouldn't buy one of these again no matter the price.

Edited By: Master_Yoda on Jul 07, 2017 01:10:
#14
This is my go to mouse for work. I got another on for home recently and used the older one for work. The newer one is out now with longer battery life. All in all no complaints from me...
#15
Can anyone recommend a better mouse? (at around this price)
#16
How does the conversion rate work?
2 Likes #17
Master_Yoda
Crap overpriced mouse with countless issues. I've had several of them

If you think that it is a "crap" and "overpriced" mouse with "countless issues", I'm curious as to why you have had "several" of them?
#18
BealBocht
If you think that it is a "crap" and "overpriced" mouse with "countless issues", I'm curious as to why you have had "several" of them?


The mouse was replaced by the retailer every time it failed - hence several of them. I had assumed I was just unlucky when I read all the positive reviews but in the end I gave up replacing them. There are plenty of negative reviews of this mouse - ignore them at your peril. Also, the problem I found was that there is currently no real alternative on the market - if you are looking for certain features right now, this is the only one that ticks the boxes and you literally end up having to buy this or nothing. I've owned top spec Logitech mice before and they've always been great - I fully assumed this would be the same but it's not. Regarding the problems with the wheel - I'm amazed they can even be allowed to sell this mouse - it has a serious design fault which they fully know about.

Edited By: Master_Yoda on Jul 06, 2017 23:58:
#19
45.20 euro atm
1 Like #20
Don't buy it for gaming.
#21
QuickProfits
Don't buy it for gaming.
care to elaborate?
#22
radikalkarrot
QuickProfits
Don't buy it for gaming.
care to elaborate?
It's wireless
#23
67 euros now
#24
Showing as 67Eur for me

Edited By: Tr1g on Jul 07, 2017 09:28
1 Like #25
I returned this mouse after buying it last year. It just felt too bulky and ergonomically all wrong. I don't have huge hands but then at 5'10" and 14st, I'm hardly titchy and yet it felt so cumbersome to actually use. Everyone is different but I just don't see how anyone with mid to small size hands can use this and the features such as back/forward buttons comfortably. Just my 10 penneth.
#26
Beautiful...had mine for a year
#27
As mentioned by others, it looks like it's back up to €66.99 (around £59.21) now. You snooze, you lose :-(
#28
Why is it showing 67 euros? Should i vote cold? Someone help
#29
johnmcdon
Why is it showing 67 euros? Should i vote cold? Someone help


When the deal was posted, the price was €37. but It has now gone up to €67.- I'm afraid that you have missed it. But that's no reason to vote cold.
1 Like #30
BealBocht
johnmcdon
Why is it showing 67 euros? Should i vote cold? Someone help
When the deal was posted, the price was €37. but It has now gone up to €67.- I'm afraid that you have missed it. But that's no reason to vote cold.
Should be expired though
#31
very nice mouse, ideal for office and normal games. I actually have two, one is at home and the other is in office. The first was around £80, and the second was about £60.

Edited By: chiang on Jul 07, 2017 14:20
#32
Thanks op. This was just what I wanted. I've used one at work everyday for the last year and it's been faultless.
#33
satyris
It's wireless


The reason I found it was useless for gaming is not because it's 'wireless'. It's because the sensitivity, accuracy and tracking are atrocious and nowhere near sufficient for gaming. The thumb buttons are also poorly designed and useless for gaming. There are plenty of excellent 'wireless' gaming mice - I've always used high end wireless mice for gaming with no issues. I used to have an MX700 cordless mouse which was fantastic for everything and lasted me years - blew this thing out of the water. Only got rid of it as it eventually wouldn't charge and Logitech stopped supporting it to make money and force people to buy their newer mice. It was by far my favourite ever mouse. Interesting to see the MX700 is now selling for £300 online lol.

Edited By: Master_Yoda on Jul 08, 2017 16:47:
#34
Oh no, my worst nightmare... Amazon sent me the wrong package and now I have to navigate German support!

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