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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse - £41.99 - Amazon Black Friday Deal (Prime)

£41.99 @ Amazon
Wanted a second one of these for a while for my secondary PC, but holding out for a price drop as it wasn't critical. Picked up the first one at a previous Currys/PC World deal for £54.99 I saw on her… Read More
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Wanted a second one of these for a while for my secondary PC, but holding out for a price drop as it wasn't critical. Picked up the first one at a previous Currys/PC World deal for £54.99 I saw on here back in May which I though was an excellent price, so this is superb!

I'm sure everyone who knows of these mice knows what they are like - if not, here's Logitech's blurb:

Crafted for optimum comfort and response, the Logitech MX Master Wireless Darkfield Mouse offers comfortable and precise control.

Hand-sculpted
The ergonomic design supports your hand and wrist in a comfortable, natural position for optimum comfort during use.

A Darkfield laser sensor delivers accurate tracking on virtually any surface, including glass and high-gloss surfaces.

Adaptive scrolling
With the speed-adaptive scroll wheel you'll be able to scroll through long documents and web pages quicker and easier.

The thumb wheel enables side-to-side scrolling with just a stroke of your thumb. The actions of the scroll wheels and buttons are fully customisable to suit you thanks to the downloadable Logitech Options software.

Wireless connectivity
This wireless mouse uses dual connectivity for optimum performance – connect to your PC or Mac via the included Logitech Unifying Receiver or via Bluetooth Smart technology. You can pair up to three devices and easily switch between them at the touch of a button.

Free from trailing cables, the MX Master offers excellent versatility, ideal for use in the home or office. Recharging quickly, this wireless mouse provides up to 40 days of power from a full charge.
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Currently £38 used - warehousedeals and with 20% off all warehousedeals. Making it ~£30. Even more of a bargain.

Edited By: fort on Nov 21, 2016 11:30: correction

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2 Likes #1
Cheapest it's been according to camel x3!
#2
just paid 58 quid each for a couple of these about 2 days ago from Alza. Looks like i'm getting another one lol
#3
Heat Thanks! Here comes the update to my Logitech Performance MX Mouse
3 Likes #4
Way too many 1 star reviews on Amazon.

I had a Revolution MX (think that is what it was called) which was great till it was basically just worn out. I bought a Performance MX and another spare. Using a single instead of double AA battery life was way worse than halved, but, I have a load of eneloop AA's and it takes a few seconds to swap so I could live with it. I would much rather swap a battery than have to plug in the mouse to charge. I wore out the first one and am a few months into the spare and already considering what to replace it with.

Looks like this MX Master has lost the thumb button which was by far the most useful 'non-standard' button on the MX range and the battery is built in so it will have to be plugged in. So Logitech seem to again have made a new product worse than the old product and the 1 star reviews indicate their quality control hasn't improved either. I had an Anywhere MX with an unbalanced scroll wheel, in non-ratchet mode when you let go it might rotate up to half a turn in either direction as the heavy side of the wheel sunk to the bottom - incredibly annoying and should never have got through quality control.
2 Likes #6
Still think the Performance MX was the best of these.
#7
Still running a g9x which is reaching the end of its life. Is it wrong to want a high end mouse that is still wired?
#8
Just bought one, no idea why. I suppose if I don't like it, I'll just send it back or pass it on as a christmas gift.
#9
The mx anywhere 2 is also going for £27. Good options for those using ultrabooks and want to keep the gear compact.
1 Like #10
Wowzer! I like using mine so much I bought one for work. Paid alot more than this! Heated.
#11
this or the mx anywhere 2?
#12
Been waiting for one of these to drop below £50 for a while. Bargain, bought and heat added. Cheers.
#13
Ordered this exactly a week ago from Amazon using the 30% logitech discount. Got it for effectively £45 which I thought was an absolute steal. Got the MX anywhere 2 as the second item and was pretty happy with it.

Spoke to Amazon chat and they weren't able to refund the difference :(
Asked me to return the items and place a new order. Not sure it's worth the hassle for the sake of a few pounds...
#14
I have one of these and ho boy is it a comfy mouse, though I've never found a use for that button under the thumb rest, seems too hard to press.
#15
Have been after one of these for a while, its exactly what I was hoping would come up somewhere during Black Friday. My raggy old Perfromance MX will go to a backup...

Woke up this morning and found an email from 3 camels, came here to post it. Should have realised I'd be way too slow.. ;)
#16
Found this and the Anywhere as "new" deals myself this morning too, bit annoyed! Not sure whether to plump for the Anywhere or Master?

Of course, I bought an 8 quid mouse from PC World here last week... :|
#17
Great mouse and a bargain.
7 Likes #18
Currently £38 used - warehousedeals and with 20% off all warehousedeals. Making it ~£30. Even more of a bargain.

Edited By: fort on Nov 21, 2016 11:30: correction
#19
I had the Revolution back in the day and to this day is the best mouse I have ever owned. I used it for design and gaming. I'm not sure I put much stock in specific gaming mice. Would I find this okay for gaming?
1 Like #20
fort
Currently £38 used - warehousedeals and with 20% off all warehousedeals. Making it ~£30. Even more of a bargain.

cheers for this at this price I'm going in for it.
#21
HOOOTTT!! Glad I waiting, thanks OP
#22
Picard123
Still think the Performance MX was the best of these.


MX rev was a trooper. still going strong, but starting to ware a little. tempted with the marathon instead
#23
fort
Currently £38 used - warehousedeals and with 20% off all warehousedeals. Making it ~£30. Even more of a bargain.

Excluding warranty, rather pay the extra convenience
#24
Quick Q - is it possible to set the two scroll wheels to perform different tasks? I'm thinking one for scroll and one for zoom when photo editing.
#25
morocco1
Quick Q - is it possible to set the two scroll wheels to perform different tasks? I'm thinking one for scroll and one for zoom when photo editing.

What do you mean the 'two scroll wheels'? If you mean the thumb scroll, you can't program that, afaik, but you can program the back/forward buttons and the gesture buttons to pretty much anything.
#26
I've had this for over a year and use every day.

Built in battery lasts about a month and it's a really nice sturdy build. Wheel works well, thumb button's a bit odd as you sort of press down onto it but you get used to it. There are loads of programmable options which I don't use.

Highly recommended for serious users!
#27
Deeco
morocco1
Quick Q - is it possible to set the two scroll wheels to perform different tasks? I'm thinking one for scroll and one for zoom when photo editing.
What do you mean the 'two scroll wheels'? If you mean the thumb scroll, you can't program that, afaik, but you can program the back/forward buttons and the gesture buttons to pretty much anything.

I mean the two as in having separate functions on top and the side scroll wheels. If the thumb scroll simply replicates the middle-finger scroll, then it's no use to me.
#28
There are 9 options for thumb wheel - navigation, volume, screen switching, zoom etc

Deeco
morocco1
Quick Q - is it possible to set the two scroll wheels to perform different tasks? I'm thinking one for scroll and one for zoom when photo editing.
What do you mean the 'two scroll wheels'? If you mean the thumb scroll, you can't program that, afaik, but you can program the back/forward buttons and the gesture buttons to pretty much anything.
#29
ElBuc
There are 9 options for thumb wheel - navigation, volume, screen switching, zoom etc
Deeco
morocco1
Quick Q - is it possible to set the two scroll wheels to perform different tasks? I'm thinking one for scroll and one for zoom when photo editing.
What do you mean the 'two scroll wheels'? If you mean the thumb scroll, you can't program that, afaik, but you can program the back/forward buttons and the gesture buttons to pretty much anything.

Ah okay, that's even better. I read somewhere online that it wasn't.
#30
Got my MX Master delivered this morning, and just finally got around to start playing with it.

First impressions: I'm finding it very difficult to find a comfortable position. It feels very weird, I must say, but I guess it will be something to get used to over time.
#31
The way I find most natural is to hold it gently with thumb and little finger and keep your palm just away from the mouse (except where it meets the little finger), and the middle three fingers just hover or rest until needed.

This may take time to get used to if you've been using a mouse with a standard thumb button. Oh, no good for left handers...

AzNDeals
Got my MX Master delivered this morning, and just finally got around to start playing with it.
First impressions: I'm finding it very difficult to find a comfortable position. It feels very weird, I must say, but I guess it will be something to get used to over time.
#32
Shame the Stone colour isn't the same price.
#33
fort
Currently £38 used - warehousedeals and with 20% off all warehousedeals. Making it ~£30. Even more of a bargain.

Good spot!
#34
Yee Ha, £33.65 with my gift card :p
#35
Picard123
Still think the Performance MX was the best of these.
I have one of these for same if you need, £20 for wave keyboard and this mouse.
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#36
sam1970
this or the mx anywhere 2?


Both :D
1 Like #37
2 quick questions I would appreciate input on please.

Is this any good for PC gaming?

Is it possible to connect to Xbox one to use for internet browsing?

Thinking of buying for a gift

Thanks in advance.
#38
Bought one of these this year and they are great. Fantastic deal +1
1 Like #39
Found this on Amazon
Its a good mouse quick and responsive good for normal Facebook games etc but not a proper gaming mouse, Logitech have some good gaming mice if that's just what it's for but the mx is a good all rounder
By gary fernandez on 04 June 2016
2015
2 quick questions I would appreciate input on please.
Is this any good for PC gaming?
Is it possible to connect to Xbox one to use for internet browsing?
Thinking of buying for a gift
Thanks in advance.
#40
morocco1
Quick Q - is it possible to set the two scroll wheels to perform different tasks? I'm thinking one for scroll and one for zoom when photo editing.


You can program the thumb wheel to do certain functions. I've got 2 of these and the thumb wheel I use for scrolling across spreadsheets for example.

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