Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse - £39.99 @ Amazon
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Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse - £39.99 @ Amazon

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Found 13th Oct
Wireless gaming technology
Cut the cord—get gaming freedom from cables, clutter and game interference.

Experience zero delay between your thoughts and actions with gaming-grade 2.4GHz wireless and a 2-millisecond report rate.

Tiny USB Nano receiver can stay in your computer so your mouse is always ready for action.

Ultra-durable build
G602 is built to handle torturous gaming conditions thanks to primary mechanical switches rated to a 20 million-click lifespan.

Battery life indicator
Never be surprised by low battery power again - the LED battery indicator warns you if the charge is running low.

Performance/Endurance switch
Switch between Performance or Endurance modes to save power for when you need it most—in the game.

Get up to 250 hours of battery life in Performance mode or 1440 hours in Endurance mode.

11 programmable controlsMaster your favourite games with eleven customisable controls.

Easily assign any keyboard keystroke or multi-command macro to any button with Logitech Gaming Software.

With a battery that lasts up to 250 hours of non-stop gaming, you’ll never have to worry about your mouse holding you back.

Delta Zero sensor technologyYou’ll experience power-saving optimisation and high-accuracy cursor control through exclusive lens design, illumination geometry and processing algorithms.

Instant in-game sensitivity switchingShift your DPI level with a single button press.

Record up to five DPI settings per profile— from pixel-precise targeting (250 DPI) to lightning-fast manoeuvres (up to 2500 DPI).

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Ah I've been looking for a decent cycle helme.... oh.
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Great mouse, I own two of these and tempted to get a third

Original Poster

I have a G700s. Not sure if this would be a downgrade...

I switch between my mx master and a cheaper mmo style gaming mouse. This might be a perfect inbetween and get rid of both

Nice, heated.

Great mouse....and price

Not sure I'd trust a wireless mouse when gaming.

What is this mouse like compared to a G502?

Destard8 m ago

Not sure I'd trust a wireless mouse when gaming.


Why not?

Cracking mouse, batteries seem to last an age too.

Logitech warranty also Fantastic Customer Service

Original Poster

J11353 m ago

Cracking mouse, batteries seem to last an age too.Logitech warranty also …Cracking mouse, batteries seem to last an age too.Logitech warranty also Fantastic Customer Service


I've had them replace a G930 and a G700 mouse out of the 2 year warranty.

Ah I've been looking for a decent cycle helme.... oh.

What's the battery life of one of these, in the 'real world'?

My MX Master gets no-where near the 40 days they quote; I'm lucky if it doesn't need charging once a week! It's not particularly old either, I got it on Black Friday last year.

Had lots of wireless mice / keyboards over the years and the barrery life and signal always goes wrong eventually. I spent £100 on a Razor Mamba 2012 and even that failed after 1.5 years to hold a reliable signal, now its back to reliable CABLE driven mice.

kearneybobs1 h, 4 m ago

I have a G700s. Not sure if this would be a downgrade...


I've got both and felt it was a downgrade as the wheel is fixed to spin up and down and has no lateral movement click 'back' and 'forward' if that makes sense? By default the mouse is programmed to scroll horizontally with that feature, though for browsing, I changed that to forward/back in the browser.

Anyway, as you can guess I use this for office work, not gaming, so that might not be important. The battery life is a upgrade though over the pitiful time I get per battery on the G700s!

kearneybobs1 h, 8 m ago

I have a G700s. Not sure if this would be a downgrade...



its a sidegrade, both are good but I prefer the g602 for the extra side buttons as I don't like the g700s top buttons, also battery lasts 3 months on average since I switch polling rates and it warns me about a day before that the battery is getting low, I never need to charge it as I switch out the battery with the next rechargeable ones so no having it on charge itself.

I use one all day 5 days a week at work (on Endurance) I need to recharge a single AA 2000mAh rechargable about once every 6 weeks.

The one at home is used for gaming, a couple of nights a week (in Performance mode) and I recharge that about once a month, sometimes longer.
appolospb23 m ago

Had lots of wireless mice / keyboards over the years and the barrery life …Had lots of wireless mice / keyboards over the years and the barrery life and signal always goes wrong eventually. I spent £100 on a Razor Mamba 2012 and even that failed after 1.5 years to hold a reliable signal, now its back to reliable CABLE driven mice.


I'm using this in an office full of interference, and it's never missed a beat. At home there's no hiccups either. Perfectly stable connection.

The battery life isn't an issue - it uses removable standard AA batteries (works with one or two, depending how weighty you like your mouse), so you don't need to worry about a built-in battery deteriorating over time.
Edited by: "johnthehuman" 13th Oct

AzNDeals46 m ago

What's the battery life of one of these, in the 'real world'?My MX Master …What's the battery life of one of these, in the 'real world'?My MX Master gets no-where near the 40 days they quote; I'm lucky if it doesn't need charging once a week! It's not particularly old either, I got it on Black Friday last year.



I get 1-2 months in performance mode, 5-6 months in low power and average about 3 months most the time. I use it about 4-8 hours a day and most days I game on it for about 2-4 hours. I use 2x 2700mah rechargeables. the worst battery length was when I was gaming in performance mode about 8-10 hours per day and it was lasting about 2 weeks but to be fair that was hammering it far harder than most people game. I really couldn't recommend it enough as for the high polling rate it really does a great job with the battery.

Like others, I used wireless gaming mice for a time but find cabled mice to be more reliable and last longer.

However for a wireless mouse this appears to be a good one for the price so hot from me.

appolospb53 m ago

Had lots of wireless mice / keyboards over the years and the barrery life …Had lots of wireless mice / keyboards over the years and the barrery life and signal always goes wrong eventually. I spent £100 on a Razor Mamba 2012 and even that failed after 1.5 years to hold a reliable signal, now its back to reliable CABLE driven mice.


hmmmm, don't judge all wireless mice by razor, they are massively over priced and not particularly great build wise.
I have had my Logitech g602 for a couple of years and never a disconnect and with a battery warning that still gives my about 8 hours of performance mode use before the battery runs out I have never even run out of power mid game.

Good mouse I have one. Only bad thing is very poor battery life.

Gormond8 m ago

Like others, I used wireless gaming mice for a time but find cabled mice …Like others, I used wireless gaming mice for a time but find cabled mice to be more reliable and last longer.However for a wireless mouse this appears to be a good one for the price so hot from me.



yes it is, I really can't stress enough that this mouse is as reliable if not more so than a wired mouse, I have had usb wired mice that I have had to unplug in the past because they suddenly stopped responding occasionally.
This mouse is everything Theresa may wants to be, strong and stable.

R080C0P3 m ago

Good mouse I have one. Only bad thing is very poor battery life.


cheap battrys?

R080C0P29 m ago

Good mouse I have one. Only bad thing is very poor battery life.


You're in the minority.
Are you using cheap batteries?

This is an incredible mouse, and an incredible price. Battery life is incredible, it's accurate, has tons of customisation and is very comfortable to use. It's the first and only wireless mouse I've used that I'd consider on-par with wired mice.

Syst3mzero58 m ago

cheap battrys?

Have tried Alkaline and now use Energizer 2300mA rechargeable batteries.

How bad is input lag for shooters, noticeable ?

Ah, didn't realise that this used regular batteries; must be why the battery life is much better than the built-in microUSB rechargeable in my MX Master.

Had this been the same, I would've bought this but given that I will need to buy batteries/rechargeable, I'll hold out for a bit longer.

Syst3mzero1 h, 22 m ago

I really can't stress enough that this mouse is as reliable if not more so …I really can't stress enough that this mouse is as reliable if not more so than a wired mouse


Oh please...

Daytrader16 m ago

How bad is input lag for shooters, noticeable ?


Buy a wired mouse if you are keen on fps / shooters and take them seriously.

AzNDeals2 h, 22 m ago

What's the battery life of one of these, in the 'real world'?My MX Master …What's the battery life of one of these, in the 'real world'?My MX Master gets no-where near the 40 days they quote; I'm lucky if it doesn't need charging once a week! It's not particularly old either, I got it on Black Friday last year.


2-4 month on duracell ultra here

the 4 month being my work mouse on low power

If the absolute bleeding edge of performance matters so much to people then wired.

It's a 2 millisecond report wireless mouse. It's way faster than 99 percent of people will ever notice or need. 500hz is just about the sweet spot between control and responsiveness.

This is a great mouse because it's a wonderful trade off between the speed and accuracy of a laser but the battery life of an optical. The programmable thumb buttons are a boon.

It's also very easy to alter the polling rate and DPI in Logitech's software. It's a matter of sliding one button to move between power saving (for office work) and highest performance modes. Saying that even if you run it at full performance on good AA rechargeable batteries you'll get at least a month out of it 8 hours use a day.

Great mouse. Best mouse I owned. Better than the MX I have had, tired of their short battery life

I'd buy this in a flash if it didn't have those noisy super clicky microswitches.
Edited by: "Picard123" 13th Oct

R080C0P1 h, 32 m ago

Have tried Alkaline and now use Energizer 2300mA rechargeable batteries.



so how long are they lasting you?

Destard4 m ago

no u



your issue? I was just saying I had a couple wired that sometimes needed unplugging and plugging back in when they stopped responding, my g602 that I have had since July 2015 has never stopped responding.

Picard12318 m ago

I'd buy this in a flash if it didn't have those noisy super clicky …I'd buy this in a flash if it didn't have those noisy super clicky microswitches.



admittedly quite clicky, I quite like it, I tried one of those super quiet ones and it was a nice mouse but I was distracted by the lack of click.
What's weird is I can't stand noisy mech keyboards because they click too much lol.

Daytrader1 h, 53 m ago

How bad is input lag for shooters, noticeable ?



no perceivable lag, 2ms, people think lag is bad because they have used a cheap, old, or generic wireless mouse before and thus all wireless mice must be the same.... just as a Mini and a Porche gt3 and Ford Model T all perform exactly the same.

kearneybobs4 h, 51 m ago

I have a G700s. Not sure if this would be a downgrade...


I would go with Syst3mzero, this is a sideways step, definitely not a downgrade. Over the G700s this has superior battery life, more side buttons (which you can actually hear), and I also think it is very slightly better ergonomically. The G700s has infinite scroll, sideways scroll, built in profiles, and more buttons on top.

For me the battery life is the real killer which means my G700s doesn't come out of the draw very much. If you'd miss the features moving from the G700s to the G602 and can live with the battery, then stick with it.


Would this be better than the Performance MX I already have used mostly for productivity, and a little photo editing. Thanks
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