Refurbished Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse £24.99 Sold by SupremeDealsEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Refurbished Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse £24.99 Sold by SupremeDealsEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 2nd Nov
Good price for Logitech trackball mouse
Even though it's refurbished still great price.

16 Comments

The button switches on these are apparently even less durable than is normal for logitech. In this review of it's sucessor the reviewer mentions he's gone through 8 M570s since 2010:
techreport.com/rev…wed

There's not an awful lot of choice around in thumb trackballs though and I don't think any of them are brilliant on build quality.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 3rd Nov

I’ve been using one for 2 years now. Still going strong. When it starts playing up you pop the ball out and just clean the rollers inside and that’s it. Paid 45£ for it

Excellent price for an excellent product. Thanks for sharing

What a very lefthandist (I may be creating a new word here) piece of kit.

had mine for about 5 years now and never had any issues! brilliant mouse!

I use two laptops daily, with an M570 connected to each; both powered-on simultaneously sat next to each other (often for 24 hours per day).

No issues with these devices at all.

As mentioned above, the trackballs in each need to be removed & the respective contacts cleaned from time-to-time, but that's about the extent of hassle of ownership (other than exchanging the onboard battery cell once a year).

Just bought one , ta

Have been happily using a Microsoft USB Trackball Optical (very similar design to this Logitech model) since ~2003! Was so happy with it that I purchased a second one. As already mentioned by others only maintenance is to remove the trackball periodically and clean the rollers.
Edited by: "cheekster" 3rd Nov

thanks got one!

Thanks

Great deal OP. I have used one of these for quite some time, amazing how they haven't updated it in years. I thought it was the only choice for some RSI I was developing. It's a little slower to use but was comfortable. For a bit of variability I tried those side mounted mice, comfortable but much slower. Finally tried the microsoft sculpt ergonomic surface edition mouse and have found it to be very comfortable. So good deal, heated, but I already have one and don't need it.

They've finally released a newer model than this but I don't think it's a direct replacement, more a premium version. It has a more ergonomic design I believe with the ability to have it at an angle. Was interested in trying one but for £100 think I'll wait.

EDIT: Decided to buy one of these and give it a try 🙃
Edited by: "Joshimitsu91" 3rd Nov

kerridge07 h, 9 m ago

Great deal OP. I have used one of these for quite some time, amazing how …Great deal OP. I have used one of these for quite some time, amazing how they haven't updated it in years. I thought it was the only choice for some RSI I was developing. It's a little slower to use but was comfortable. For a bit of variability I tried those side mounted mice, comfortable but much slower. Finally tried the microsoft sculpt ergonomic surface edition mouse and have found it to be very comfortable. So good deal, heated, but I already have one and don't need it.



If you've got RSI I'd recommend the Penguin mouse.

Mine arrived this morning.

Packed in a white box, the item looks new. No sign of use, other than not being in its original box. Plugged into a Chromebook, and working fine. Even came with a battery!

Best thing for me, is that trackballs are in a fixed location, so you don't need to dedicate space on your desk in order to use them (a mouse, as you know, needs a fair amount of its own space when in use).

Very happy, looking forward to many years of use.

nidgesy20 h, 25 m ago

If you've got RSI I'd recommend the Penguin mouse.


If you've got RSI I'd recommend ditching mice of any description completely.
Edited by: "MSK." 4th Nov

nidgesy3rd Nov

If you've got RSI I'd recommend the Penguin mouse.



nidgesy3rd Nov

If you've got RSI I'd recommend the Penguin mouse.



I don't really get these comments - I already said that I'd tried vertical mice and they were too slow, and what kind of comment is 'I'd ditch mice of any description completely' what would you suggest as an alternative that isn't slow? And before you mention one of these, yes you can get RSI in your thumb from using it... Funnily enough RSI comes in all shapes and sizes, and in my case I'd picked up the RSI mainly from touchpad usage but noticed it more on the mouse. Switching to the microsoft sculpt mouse pretty much sorted that issue altogether... mind you the flakey dongle on it is another story...
Edited by: "kerridge0" 7th Nov
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