LOGITECH MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse - Black & Dark Gold - Currys Clearance £29.97
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LOGITECH MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse - Black & Dark Gold - Currys Clearance £29.97

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Found 14th Sep 2017
This is a clearance item; None in stock near me but there are some scattered around the country.

The sculpted, compact shape of this Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse provides comfortable clicking and smooth scrolling.

Darkfield Laser Technology


Logitech's
Darkfield tracking technology uses the smallest possible detail to
create a micro-road map of the surface you are working on, whether this
is a mouse mat, a tray-table on the train, or even on a glass surface in
a fancy office, so your get complete precision, no matter where you
are.

Ergonomically designed


The
comfortable feel of this mouse is due to the sculpted arch made to fit
your hand. What's more, you can pair this advanced mouse with up to
three devices and easily switch between them with the touch of the
button, thanks to Easy-Switch technology.

In addition, this
mouse's rechargeable battery lasts up to two months, so you don't have
to worry about your mouse running out of charge mid-flow.

The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse is ideal for flexible working on the go.
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Great deal, unfortunately I'm waiting for the 2S as this one doesn't have Bluetooth
ZuuperMan6 m ago

Great deal, unfortunately I'm waiting for the 2S as this one doesn't have …Great deal, unfortunately I'm waiting for the 2S as this one doesn't have Bluetooth


This does have bluetooth. Unfortunately OOS in London
ZuuperMan7 m ago

Great deal, unfortunately I'm waiting for the 2S as this one doesn't have …Great deal, unfortunately I'm waiting for the 2S as this one doesn't have Bluetooth

This one does also chap.
Great mouse. I have one of them and the larger version. It as bluetooth and a usb dongle.
I ordered a Yoga from Lenovo yesterday so have been looking for a new mouse, I was umming and ahhing about getting the matching mouse from them but thought a bully was just too high a price to justify.

This on the other hand is great deal and available from Boston which is around 20 mile from me so reserved it thank you very much OP, heat from the Chas
Same price at John Lewis with two year warranty.
tintowellfan5 m ago

Same price at John Lewis with two year warranty.


OOS though, you had me excited for a minute as we'd have got 15% off staff discount and free click n collect to our local Waitrose
Damn, two stores near me have stock but the Currys website keeps telling me I haven't selected a store when I try to reserve. I've tried mobile, Chrome, Firefox and even IE.

I'm wondering if it's reporting stock when there isn't any?
AndySX1 m ago

Damn, two stores near me have stock but the Currys website keeps telling …Damn, two stores near me have stock but the Currys website keeps telling me I haven't selected a store when I try to reserve. I've tried mobile, Chrome, Firefox and even IE. I'm wondering if it's reporting stock when there isn't any?



Chasloyal6 m ago

OOS though, you had me excited for a minute as we'd have got 15% off staff …OOS though, you had me excited for a minute as we'd have got 15% off staff discount and free click n collect to our local Waitrose



Sorry, it was a couple of days ago. Should have checked before I made the post.
tintowellfan15 m ago

Sorry, it was a couple of days ago. Should have checked before I made the …Sorry, it was a couple of days ago. Should have checked before I made the post.


No worries mate, I'll try to find out if there's one in stock in Nottingham as I got to go up there today or tomorrow anyway and we got nearly 200 quid in vouchers from our partner MasterCard too.

Would be 12% discount as it's electricals if they got one
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 14th Sep 2017
nearest to london is in Hayes... bit far for me
whats better about this compared to the original mx anywhere?
Worksop and Sheffield have them. Too far for me.
simba258528 m ago

whats better about this compared to the original mx anywhere?



Bluetooth support and has an internal battery rather than using AA rechargeables - can be easily recharged with a USB charger.
Why do they still have super loud clicky microswitches on mice?

Do the manufacturers think that you're too stupid to have realised that you've clicked a mouse button and therefore need audible feedback?
Edited by: "Picard123" 14th Sep 2017
Picard12344 m ago

Why do they still have super loud clicky microswitches on mice? Do the …Why do they still have super loud clicky microswitches on mice? Do the manufacturers think that you're too stupid to have realised that you've clicked a mouse button and therefore need audible feedback?


Costs more to remove sound than it does to leave it in. Market for silent mice isn't big enough yet to prioritise silence in flagship products

It's a pity because I think there's good business opportunity in that segment
Edited by: "jsty3105" 14th Sep 2017
jsty310517 m ago

Costs more to remove sound than it does to leave it in. Market for silent …Costs more to remove sound than it does to leave it in. Market for silent mice isn't big enough yet to prioritise silence in flagship productsIt's a pity because I think there's good business opportunity in that segment


On the Amazon page for this product, the "Customers buy after looking at this..." is a £7 mouse with silent buttons.

Logitech have a bit of a reputation for using cheap unreliable mouse button parts and their mice are often very expensive compared with most, so I'm not convinced by this.

redferret.net/?p=…008

I've got Logitech and unbranded mice on my desk now and the Logitech buttons feels significantly more lightweight despite costing vastly more.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 14th Sep 2017
DevilzGtr3 h, 55 m ago

This does have bluetooth. Unfortunately OOS in London

There is in Wembley London "on display" but should be brand new I guess
brookheather3 h, 26 m ago

Bluetooth support and has an internal battery rather than using AA …Bluetooth support and has an internal battery rather than using AA rechargeables - can be easily recharged with a USB charger.




Ack. Built-in battery I'd consider a negative, at least with regular batteries you can immediately swap a dead battery for an already recharged one with minimal hassle and keep working. Shame. Mind you, I've just spent £5 to replace the OMRON switches in our current but old Logitech mouse, because it's so damned nice (and reuse and repair is more ethical and rewarding, albeit it harder than giving in to the blissful pull of gadget lust... Mmmmm gadgets...)
Irvine is showing one. As it's a 300 mile round trip for me I'll pass.
AndySX5 h, 6 m ago

Damn, two stores near me have stock but the Currys website keeps telling …Damn, two stores near me have stock but the Currys website keeps telling me I haven't selected a store when I try to reserve. I've tried mobile, Chrome, Firefox and even IE. I'm wondering if it's reporting stock when there isn't any?


Their website decided to work this afternoon and I've reserved one at their Ayr branch. Will pop in tomorrow morning and see how well their stock system works.
jewelie42 m ago

Ack. Built-in battery I'd consider a negative, at least with regular …Ack. Built-in battery I'd consider a negative, at least with regular batteries you can immediately swap a dead battery for an already recharged one with minimal hassle and keep working. Shame. Mind you, I've just spent £5 to replace the OMRON switches in our current but old Logitech mouse, because it's so damned nice (and reuse and repair is more ethical and rewarding, albeit it harder than giving in to the blissful pull of gadget lust... Mmmmm gadgets...)


Can you provide more details on replacing the switches? My Performance MX has recently developed the left click issue, which is maybe understandable as it's probably 8 years old now and has had a fairly hard life.
Edited by: "AndySX" 14th Sep 2017
jewelie1 h, 54 m ago

Ack. Built-in battery I'd consider a negative, at least with regular …Ack. Built-in battery I'd consider a negative, at least with regular batteries you can immediately swap a dead battery for an already recharged one with minimal hassle and keep working.


This is micro-USB charged: "A one-minute charge gives you one hour of usage". Presumably you can use it while plugged in and charging too, so that's no issue.
AndySX3 h, 31 m ago

Can you provide more details on replacing the switches? My Performance MX …Can you provide more details on replacing the switches? My Performance MX has recently developed the left click issue, which is maybe understandable as it's probably 8 years old now and has had a fairly hard life.



Of course!

The like-for-like replacement switches to look for would be OMRON D2FC-F-7N; however, although you can find listings on eBay and Amazon for these it looks like it would be hard to be sure you'll end up getting the genuine article.

Instead, I ordered the OMRON D2F-01 from CPC farnell (free delivery if over a £5, so I got a few bits) for a reduced life hassle as I can at least be sure they're 100% legit. They are basically the same but require twice as much force to push and make a louder click - the additional pressure doesn't bother me or my SO but might bother a twitch gamer or if you're not replacing all the switches at the same time.

A trick I learnt when replacing my switches (sadly not until doing the last one, doh) is that it makes the job much easier if you cut the bulk of the leads off of the ones you are removing from the PCB before attempting to unsolder them -- that way, there's less lead length to hang on as you desolder and rock to remove them. A cheap ebay flush cutter are great for this sort of thing, as the nearer to the board you cut it the easier the life you will have. 12.5W iron 200'C solder and a solder sucker plus patience - take your time, as you don't want to rip the traces.

If I can be of any further help, please message me? It was quite enjoyable doing this, to be honest, there's a certain bus in rescuing a quality piece of electronics from the recycling that was otherwise unusable. (I also replaced the wheel rotary encoder in another mouse at the same time, another success!)

Julie
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as of now, this is in stock here

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jewelie1 h, 26 m ago

Of course! The like-for-like replacement switches to look for would be …Of course! The like-for-like replacement switches to look for would be OMRON D2FC-F-7N; however, although you can find listings on eBay and Amazon for these it looks like it would be hard to be sure you'll end up getting the genuine article.Instead, I ordered the OMRON D2F-01 from CPC farnell (free delivery if over a £5, so I got a few bits) for a reduced life hassle as I can at least be sure they're 100% legit. They are basically the same but require twice as much force to push and make a louder click - the additional pressure doesn't bother me or my SO but might bother a twitch gamer or if you're not replacing all the switches at the same time.A trick I learnt when replacing my switches (sadly not until doing the last one, doh) is that it makes the job much easier if you cut the bulk of the leads off of the ones you are removing from the PCB before attempting to unsolder them -- that way, there's less lead length to hang on as you desolder and rock to remove them. A cheap ebay flush cutter are great for this sort of thing, as the nearer to the board you cut it the easier the life you will have. 12.5W iron 200'C solder and a solder sucker plus patience - take your time, as you don't want to rip the traces.If I can be of any further help, please message me? It was quite enjoyable doing this, to be honest, there's a certain bus in rescuing a quality piece of electronics from the recycling that was otherwise unusable. (I also replaced the wheel rotary encoder in another mouse at the same time, another success!)Juliex


Thanks for that, once I collect my replacement I'll give it a go. It's otherwise a great mouse, and as you say it'd be a waste to chuck it.
great mouse
had the 1st edition
2nd is better charge via usb no need for battery really smooth
Given there seems to be about 3 of these left in the country (and none near me) are there other recommendations for a half decent bluetooth mouse?
DevilzGtr14th Sep

This does have bluetooth. Unfortunately OOS in London


Sucks. Wife got the white one for around £50 just a few weeks ago (on work budget luckily). Really nice mouse.
Cheers Op... bagged one in Wolverhampton
Evilmonkey20 h, 40 m ago

Given there seems to be about 3 of these left in the country (and none …Given there seems to be about 3 of these left in the country (and none near me) are there other recommendations for a half decent bluetooth mouse?


Find one of these and buy it for slightly more money. Great mouse.
Chasloyal14th Sep

No worries mate, I'll try to find out if there's one in stock in …No worries mate, I'll try to find out if there's one in stock in Nottingham as I got to go up there today or tomorrow anyway and we got nearly 200 quid in vouchers from our partner MasterCard too.Would be 12% discount as it's electricals if they got one


Did you find owt in Notts?
NikLP52 m ago

Did you find owt in Notts?


Only one that had anything was Leicester who supposedly had 3 but then when they got through to the store they'd sold out so that was that but I have just got back from Currys in Boston..........

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try John Lewis, still showing on their website
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