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LOGITECH G Play Advanced Gaming Keyboard G512SE & G502SE Mouse Set Bundle + £5 Giftcard - £80 Delivered @ Currys.co.uk
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LOGITECH G Play Advanced Gaming Keyboard G512SE & G502SE Mouse Set Bundle + £5 Giftcard - £80 Delivered @ Currys.co.uk

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Cracking deal for a keyboard and mouse bundle which at full retail are double this.

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Decent deal but not as good as Amazon's Black Friday. Probably the best it'll be for a while now.
MiniBim07/12/2019 09:32

Decent deal but not as good as Amazon's Black Friday. Probably the best …Decent deal but not as good as Amazon's Black Friday. Probably the best it'll be for a while now.


I didn’t see this on offer on Black Friday? I know the mouse is mind
Wasn't it a 4 series model that was £32 over last weekend? Given as separates these go for £150 on Currys site, at nearly 1/2 price, seems a good deal if these are what you're after.

How good are these as a keyboard and mouse regardless?
Edited by: "gabesdad" 7th Dec 2019
The Black Friday deal was for the Logitech G412 - this bundle comes with the more expensive G512.
gabesdad07/12/2019 10:00

...How good are these as a keyboard and mouse regardless?


I have the mouse and it's great. It gets recommended all over the place at £60. Solid, smooth. Satisfying, programmable buttons with easy to use software. The keyboard got good reviews at £100 alone.

I posted this deal when it was £100 and it a was a steal then.
Mouse is £35 amazon atm
keyboard i see for £55 at Very
So i guess prices have dropped some since I posted
Keep in mind the mouse is pretty heavy as far as mice go
Great deal. Might get it for a backup as it's all boxed up
The mouse is good albeit a little heavy, I ended up sticking with my G402 Hyperion Fury mouse. As for they keyboard if a keycap breaks or becomes unresponsive its rather difficult to get it replaced due to Logitech using their own proprietary switches. Its still an okay beginner mechanical keyboard but there are other keyboard manufacturers who stick with using standard parts and are usually available for cheaper (e.g. Redragon, Ducky, Rosewill, Coolermaster).

Don't feel thrown off if you never heard the brand name before, for some reason the keyboards from big companies like Logitech/Corsair/Razer usually have glaring issues (e.g. Logitech using non-standard parts, Razer overpricing with low build quality, Corsair charge premium and use non-standard keyboard layouts). It doesn't apply to all their keyboards ofc but its something to keep in mind if you want to consider your options.
Actually thse use GX Blue switches which are similar to your standard cherry/gateron and one of them is most likely the OEM for these so you should be able to get replacement (or custom) caps quite easily aside from possibly the bottom row/space bar. Its still a quality mechanical keyboard and a good mouse for the price of what is usually just a mechanical keyboard.
Edited by: "3anana" 7th Dec 2019
Would this work on a ps4?
Duc109807/12/2019 17:47

Would this work on a ps4?


I dont see why not its just a USB keyboard and mouse
RedFluffy07/12/2019 13:58

The mouse is good albeit a little heavy, I ended up sticking with my G402 …The mouse is good albeit a little heavy, I ended up sticking with my G402 Hyperion Fury mouse. As for they keyboard if a keycap breaks or becomes unresponsive its rather difficult to get it replaced due to Logitech using their own proprietary switches. Its still an okay beginner mechanical keyboard but there are other keyboard manufacturers who stick with using standard parts and are usually available for cheaper (e.g. Redragon, Ducky, Rosewill, Coolermaster). Don't feel thrown off if you never heard the brand name before, for some reason the keyboards from big companies like Logitech/Corsair/Razer usually have glaring issues (e.g. Logitech using non-standard parts, Razer overpricing with low build quality, Corsair charge premium and use non-standard keyboard layouts). It doesn't apply to all their keyboards ofc but its something to keep in mind if you want to consider your options.


Wow you just summed up those big companies almost down to a tee! Still baffles me how Razer is still as big as it is today, they need to be more competitive with their prices and for what’s you get it’s just not worth it IMO
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