Logitech G700s Wired or Wireless Gaming Mouse £34.99 @ Amazon
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Logitech G700s Wired or Wireless Gaming Mouse £34.99 @ Amazon

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Found 13th Jun 2016
Logitech G700s gaming mouse which can be used wired or wireless is now for £34.99 on Amazon.

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Not the cheapest it's been but a very good mouse IF you can get past the horrendous battery life.

2nd that you need to stock up on batteries. take it as you'll need a new one every other day.

Have to agree, it's a brilliant mouse. I've had mine for coming up to 3 years now and not had a problem with it. Battery life is short but I use it wired almost all the time. The buttons and the wheel still feel accurate and not sticky or loose. The new plastic and finish they used on the G700s is much better than the G700 (non s) and MX Revolution I had before. It still looks brand new, unlike the G700 where some of the colour had started to fade where I was pressing on the mouse buttons and the soft plastic hasn't turned into a sticky mess like my MX Revolution did.

I've been using that for Dota for 2+ years now. The mouse itself is amazing, just don't buy it if you're thinking of using on wireless mode for extended period of time.

Really good mouse, I use it wireless every day and I change batteries every 2 or days, it actually ships with an eneloop rechargeable battery inside which was quiet surprising for me. With this said, I don't think that the poor autonomy should be a deal breaker, however I bought mine for £25 on Amazon a few months ago.

Had one for ages, good wired mouse.

As others have pointed out, battery is rubbish!

Great mouse I have 3 of these.

Battery is rechargeable and takes 30 mins to get a full charge. Charging is done via the supplied usb cable.
Edited by: "Hunkerdown" 13th Jun 2016

lordpt

Really good mouse, I use it wireless every day and I change batteries … Really good mouse, I use it wireless every day and I change batteries every 2 or days, it actually ships with an eneloop rechargeable battery inside which was quiet surprising for me. With this said, I don't think that the poor autonomy should be a deal breaker, however I bought mine for £25 on Amazon a few months ago.



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fryitup

This deal is the lowest price its ever been on az … This deal is the lowest price its ever been on az uk:http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Logitech-G700s-Rechargeable-Gaming-Mouse/product/B00CJ5FL2Q?utm_campaign=chrome_ext&utm_source=&utm_medium=camelizer



Not really - I paid £25 for it, I think it was a lightning deal.

Here it is: hotukdeals.com/dea…593
Edited by: "lordpt" 13th Jun 2016

Original Poster

Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so hopefully it's ok. I had Logitech G502 but only after a month the mouse wheel is broken with a light use so I need to get a replacement. Do you think this would be a good replacement or Corsair M65 or something around £40-£45 range you can suggest would be better?

I play mixture of games such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, Starcraft II, Total War, GTA V etc

Thanks

lordpt

Not really - I paid £25 for it, I think it was a lightning deal.Here it … Not really - I paid £25 for it, I think it was a lightning deal.Here it is: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-g700s-mouse-rechargable-24-99-amazon-lightning-deal-2382593


I stand corrected Well done to snap it up

I grabbed one of these the last time that it came up on offer and I kinda wish tha tI returned it. As a mouse it is pretty good BUT it has to be wired. With little use I can manage to get about one and a half days from using it wireless. If I'm gaming then I can barely get a day.
So I have given up on the wireless aspect of it and unplugged the receiver and just use it cabled.

A decent enough mouse but terrible battery life if used wireless.

Holy crap. How long do people sit playing non stop for? I get about 10-12 hours gaming out of this. It charges in about 30 minutes.

If you're not taking at least a 30 minute break every 10 hours then you have bigger problems than battery life

This was £25 back in January, but still a good price.
I absolutely love mine. I use it at work mostly wired. It's surprising how useful a 'gaming' grade mouse is actually better for work than a normal mouse. Lots of buttons programmed for repetitive tasks and a nice chunky size that keeps your hand at a comfortable grip throughout the day.

The wireless side comes in handy too because I tend to do mini presentations to colleagues at my desk - so no longer than 1 hour unplugged. This makes the short battery life a non-issue for my needs, so I'm really happy with it

lordpt

Really good mouse, I use it wireless every day and I change batteries … Really good mouse, I use it wireless every day and I change batteries every 2 or days, it actually ships with an eneloop rechargeable battery inside which was quiet surprising for me. With this said, I don't think that the poor autonomy should be a deal breaker, however I bought mine for £25 on Amazon a few months ago.



You can get the included rechargeable battery to last over 2 weeks if you reduce the polling rate and change the power mode to 'power saving'... But after that, it becomes just a normal peasant mouse, and we don't want that
Edited by: "nyasham" 13th Jun 2016

I've got the old version of this. I just use it at work now. You need to plug it in so that you don't lose battery half way through a game, and once you've done that, you've basically got a really heavy mouse for no reason.

I've given heat for the price, and it's great if you want a wireless, but for gaming stick to wired for the reasons above.

fryitup

This deal is the lowest price its ever been on az … This deal is the lowest price its ever been on az uk:http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Logitech-G700s-Rechargeable-Gaming-Mouse/product/B00CJ5FL2Q?utm_campaign=chrome_ext&utm_source=&utm_medium=camelizer



I think camel page does not show lighting deals price

ttarhan

Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so … Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so hopefully it's ok. I had Logitech G502 but only after a month the mouse wheel is broken with a light use so I need to get a replacement. Do you think this would be a good replacement or Corsair M65 or something around £40-£45 range you can suggest would be better?I play mixture of games such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, Starcraft II, Total War, GTA V etcThanks



maybe ask Logitech for replacement/repair or discount code, it sounds their services is quite good from what I read on other thread

mclovin9091

2nd that you need to stock up on batteries. take it as you'll need a new … 2nd that you need to stock up on batteries. take it as you'll need a new one every other day.


lol just get rechargeable batteries thats what i use but you're right no one should buy this for the fact that its wireless, as my battery only lasts 6 hours so its always wired.

ttarhan

Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so … Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so hopefully it's ok. I had Logitech G502 but only after a month the mouse wheel is broken with a light use so I need to get a replacement. Do you think this would be a good replacement or Corsair M65 or something around £40-£45 range you can suggest would be better?I play mixture of games such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, Starcraft II, Total War, GTA V etcThanks[/quot[quote=ttarhan]Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so hopefully it's ok. I had Logitech G502 but only after a month the mouse wheel is broken with a light use so I need to get a replacement. Do you think this would be a good replacement or Corsair M65 or something around £40-£45 range you can suggest would be better?I play mixture of games such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, Starcraft II, Total War, GTA V etcThanks


This is not a bad gaming mouse just a bit outdated, and for games you listed I would suggest corsair m65 over this one, you wont regret it and dont think there is lot other options in that price range!

fryitup

This deal is the lowest price its ever been on az … This deal is the lowest price its ever been on az uk:http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Logitech-G700s-Rechargeable-Gaming-Mouse/product/B00CJ5FL2Q?utm_campaign=chrome_ext&utm_source=&utm_medium=camelizer



I paid £25 for lightning?

dealchaser888

I think camel page does not show lighting deals price


Yeah - I think we have good evidence that's the case
It makes sense too - pretty sure CCC uses a periodic (e.g. nightly or round robin) process to scrape prices, as opposed to getting triggers when a price changes. That means that unless there is a lucky alignment of CCC scrape and lightning deal the deal would be missed.

fryitup

Yeah - I think we have good evidence that's the case :)It makes sense too … Yeah - I think we have good evidence that's the case :)It makes sense too - pretty sure CCC uses a periodic (e.g. nightly or round robin) process to scrape prices, as opposed to getting triggers when a price changes. That means that unless there is a lucky alignment of CCC scrape and lightning deal the deal would be missed.



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Swap the rechargeable battery to a Eneloop 2500mAh (battery included is 1900mAh) and battery lasts me about 3-4 days between charges. No issues at all with battery life. Also set mouse to power saver in the logitech software.

Edited by: "Hunkerdown" 13th Jun 2016

08sam1

lol just get rechargeable batteries thats what i use but you're right no … lol just get rechargeable batteries thats what i use but you're right no one should buy this for the fact that its wireless, as my battery only lasts 6 hours so its always wired.



​Yeah I've got a load of re chargeable batteries and there's always 2 on charge. got to the point where it's now a habit and don't really notice.

ttarhan

Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so … Hi, Thank you for your comments. This is my first time posting a deal, so hopefully it's ok. I had Logitech G502 but only after a month the mouse wheel is broken with a light use so I need to get a replacement. Do you think this would be a good replacement or Corsair M65 or something around £40-£45 range you can suggest would be better?I play mixture of games such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, Starcraft II, Total War, GTA V etcThanks



The G502 has a 3 year warranty, get it replaced by Logitech (their customer services is usually really good). I've had a G502 for 2 years, I've abused the scroll wheel and it's still working fine, you probably just got unlucky.
Edited by: "James123" 13th Jun 2016

Original Poster

James123

The G502 has a 3 year warranty, get it replaced by Logitech (their … The G502 has a 3 year warranty, get it replaced by Logitech (their customer services is usually really good). I've had a G502 for 2 years, I've abused the scroll wheel and it's still working fine, you probably just got unlucky.



Yes, they are refunding me without problem to be honest but i didn't really like the way wheel feels anyway so i thought it's a good opportunity to try something different.

I've ordered G700s now.

fryitup

http://camelcamelcamel.com/blog/amazons-lightning-deals



thanks

Hunkerdown

Swap the rechargeable battery to a Eneloop 2500mAh (battery included is … Swap the rechargeable battery to a Eneloop 2500mAh (battery included is 1900mAh) and battery lasts me about 3-4 days between charges. No issues at all with battery life. Also set mouse to power saver in the logitech software.



I put an Eneloop Pro in and it really didn't make much of a difference, still barely got a full day out of it and it wasn't for gaming use but mostly work. Tried with 2 different G700S's. Put the same into a G602 and the battery meter hasn't gone down 1 bar in over 3 months!

roycom

I put an Eneloop Pro in and it really didn't make much of a difference, … I put an Eneloop Pro in and it really didn't make much of a difference, still barely got a full day out of it and it wasn't for gaming use but mostly work. Tried with 2 different G700S's. Put the same into a G602 and the battery meter hasn't gone down 1 bar in over 3 months!




My first one was replaced due to the appalling battery life, the second was no different.
It has a Eneloop battery fitted and yet the life is so very poor. For some people though it seems to work out fine, as noted before, it only does that for me when using it wired.

Usually around £80.. The discount code doesn't work but still £35 not bad for this ...so grab yourself a bargain while you can.. HEAT ADDED
Edited by: "rayaan22" 13th Jun 2016

rayaan22

Usually around £80.. The discount code doesn't work but still £35 not bad … Usually around £80.. The discount code doesn't work but still £35 not bad for this ...so grab yourself a bargain while you can.. HEAT ADDED


On Amazon they've been <£70 for the last year, for some silly reason there are two Amazon listings for this mouse and one has consistently been priced lower than the other for several months, until this price popped up. One thing is for sure, had I not got it on a lightning deal, it would have gone back because of the battery problem.

roycom

I put an Eneloop Pro in and it really didn't make much of a difference, … I put an Eneloop Pro in and it really didn't make much of a difference, still barely got a full day out of it and it wasn't for gaming use but mostly work. Tried with 2 different G700S's. Put the same into a G602 and the battery meter hasn't gone down 1 bar in over 3 months!



Did you set the profile to power saver? I get 3-4 days use out of mine.

Edit: Also make sure the onboard profile is also setup to power saver.
Edited by: "Hunkerdown" 14th Jun 2016

Hunkerdown

Did you set the profile to power saver? I get 3-4 days use out of mine. … Did you set the profile to power saver? I get 3-4 days use out of mine. Edit: Also make sure the onboard profile is also setup to power saver.


Yeap, did all that within the first few hours, power saving on, polling rate down, mouse profile too. Made not much difference and got maybe another 3-4 hrs with the eneloop Pro. The Amazon reviews tell everything really, probably more than 3/4 mention the battery.

roycom

Yeap, did all that within the first few hours, power saving on, polling … Yeap, did all that within the first few hours, power saving on, polling rate down, mouse profile too. Made not much difference and got maybe another 3-4 hrs with the eneloop Pro. The Amazon reviews tell everything really, probably more than 3/4 mention the battery.




Battery life is definitely not as good as some mouses on the market but for me charging it twice a week isn't really an issue. I have 3 of these mice which replaced 3 Mx Revolutions which were worst in terms of battery life.

Hunkerdown

Battery life is definitely not as good as some mouses on the market but … Battery life is definitely not as good as some mouses on the market but for me charging it twice a week isn't really an issue. I have 3 of these mice which replaced 3 Mx Revolutions which were worst in terms of battery life.



3-4 days would be acceptable but most people just don't seem to get anything close to that, in comparison my nearly 10 year old MX1000 lasts 2x or 3x longer on a single charge. oO

I have read that the Logitech G602 is pretty good regarding battery life. It can use either 1 or 2 AA batteries when in use.
Yesterday I tried my G700 again cordless and with just a few hours use this morning the message of the batteries being less than 10% came up and it needs to be recharged.

Has this gone back up in price now? I was going to order it last night but its showing as £59.99 now...?

VimesUK

I have read that the Logitech G602 is pretty good regarding battery life. … I have read that the Logitech G602 is pretty good regarding battery life. It can use either 1 or 2 AA batteries when in use.Yesterday I tried my G700 again cordless and with just a few hours use this morning the message of the batteries being less than 10% came up and it needs to be recharged.


Yeah, battery life on the G602 is amazing compared to the G700, I can't tell the difference in use between them either. I put 2 eneloops in over 3 months ago and the battery bar has not gone down at all, gets at least 12 hours use every day too.
Edited by: "rcom" 16th Jun 2016
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