They probably had one or two in stock ;(
Can confirm. Such a shame, excellent keyboard too.
Out of stock!
They probably had one or two in stock ;(
Can confirm. Such a shame, excellent keyboard too.
Out of stock!
Thought they'd be long gone, my store was desolate weeks ago.
Nice find, thanks for posting @DoeADeer and welcome to HUKD
Ordered this yesterday with the Osram bulb mentioned above for £182.73. Refund for Pop and bulb comes to £67.40. So final price is £115.33 :) (assuming Amazon don't change their mind).
It was £160 with the pop 6 weeks back Just so you know
Mines just been delivered - gone into amazon account - asked to return the Pops - and £58 credit on my account :-) Dave
Ok, Camel has this, as the lowest price its been.
20th March it was
Farming Simulator 17 released in 2016 and still has monthly online peaks over 10,000. That's better than a lot of AAA games! xD. I imagine you can use the button panel to do stuff if for some reason you hated voice attack.
Part of me wants to figure out how to play Stardew Valley with this kit, hah. Might work pretty well as an overall control kit if you rebound stuff to macros and the like since there's a fair few controls in this kit, but that'd be pretty niche use. Niche use for niche hardware. (embarrassed)
High spec not required.
Hmm, do I spend £130 on this, plus £1,000 on a decent gaming rig so I can enjoy playing an almost realistic farming simulator? ... or do I just become a farmer and get paid £25,000/year for an even more realistic experience?
Heat added, a great piece of kit. If I never had my t500rs and a extreme 3d joystick I would have got this!
Link is not working Is it gone from Maplin?
£41.99 new price.
Just picked one of these up!
Unfortunately the wrist rest doesn't come off. Keys are louder than normal domes but they aren't anywhere near mechanical switches. Which switches do you have as these are advertised as similar to Cherry MX Browns?
Couple of questions. Does the palm rest come off? Also how noisy are the keys? As my mechanical keyboard is still really noisy despite adding dampeners
Thank you i'll give it a go! :-)
One of the buttons on my Logitech “gaming” mouse decided to pack in the other day, it’s insured and about 6months so I’m gonna get it sent away. Based on the reviews I’ve ordered this to tide me over: Wireless Gaming Mouse, TeckNet RAPTOR 4000DPI 2.4G Professional Optical Computer Cordless Gaming Mice with 12 Month Battery Life, 5 DPI Adjustment Levels, 8 Buttons, Nano Receiver, LED Backlight and 30 Million Lifelong Clicks amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GBINQGE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_CVCYAb77CN539 £9.99 wireless with receiver at Amazon (I have Prime). So far so good, I’ve had it less than 24hrs so who knows.
Could you recommend any budget friendly Bluetooth mice please? Palm grip, not interested in millions of buttons, RGB lights etc. thank you.
nice find, all gone now on ebay :)
Well we all have our preferences don't we.
My local store said last Friday they no longer had access to the website so while stock levels should be accurate don’t rely on it. That hat said I still didn’tbuy anything anyway:....
ahh its cool sometimes the click & collect bit disappears or has a x by it but it does still work ive noticed
Yeah my bad. I've edited my comment
both still showing in stock for click & collect
Both oos now Edit: bullsh!t, there is actually some for click and collect. Just not near me :)
Bought this and struggled a wee bit to get it fully working....but the service form Logitech has been nothing but brilliant.
I've been shopping around for about 10 years, everytime I see one for the price I'm willing to pay they have gone! I got this knowing that at full price I would be unhappy. I'm pleased with my purchase it has replaced 4 of the 5 controllers I use (struggles with apple TV full stop.) its not as simple as you would like it to be! I still struggle with the activities but the Devices work fine... I use it on the iPhone app and that works superbly! Theres no fighting over the control as the mrs uses her phone too. So its thumbs up from me, but just at £60
Yay nabbed one in Swansea, thanks op!
Well not impressed that you cant have a device on the remote, only activities. The smartphone app is ok when used with the hub, Tried using google home to turn tv on etc, lets face it, it is a gimmick. By the time you have asked Alex/Google to put tv on you could have just pressed a button on remote. Can I live without it, yes. It is worth around 50/60 quid to me, certainly not the original price of £120
and your thoughts of the product? Worth it or slow and pointless
Prices should be across the board since administrators control the pricing. Price in one shop should be the same in another as same online. The category is already reduced by a further 30% by ticket price.
This should be set to store specific - Oxford store have it clearly marked as 20% off and won't budge until that category is reduced further
I do wish Logitech would put 'silent click' microswitches in these. It's the only thing stopping it from being the perfect mouse ie noisy clicks that a very noticeable in quiet environments, at night etc.
£55 for a mouse :S I paid a tenna for a sharkoon shark force mouse from Amazon the other day, best tenna i have spent (apart from a suspicious meat kebab on a sat night from some really scruffy pizza shop) (cheeky)
its a great mouse and the cheapest price for it. I pay more for ergnomic ones at work which look cheap, so wont begrudge anyone paying this sort of money for a well made one.
I mean my one still says processing delivery after 24 hours, sooooooo yeah. Not looking great so far lol.
Missed it. :(
It's a great price, although I wouldn't purchase one. I'd just buy a different Logitech gaming mouse that takes a battery and charge it. Heat anyway!
Yeah tbh, i bought one and used PayPal anyway.
If it's the warranty you're concerned about, you should still have one with Logitech. Would the credit card option work if the transaction is over £100?
G910 for £40?! Damn I'm gutted I missed that! It is what I have and would of got her if I seen it (poo)
I've gone through 3 Logitech K800 membrane keyboards and each one has failed within 1 to 2 years. Managed to grab a cheap mechanical Logitech G910 for £39 for my daughter recently which hopefully should last more than 3 years. If you don't need the RGB, there's this one for £19 more which has Romer-G keys.
I understand this. Only reason I found the G213 was because I was searching for a cheap mechanical/high end dome keyboard for my partner. These aren't regular domes so should last longer than the average dome switch and give a better feel/response. She wanted a full size keyboard too (Drevo at this price range don't do full size?), and with the easy media keys, fancy lights, and very reputable/known brand of logitech she was happy to go for this. The built in wrist rest was a factor too. Down to switches alone I'd advise the full mechanical but as a complete package it all comes down to opinions/preferences.
Although this is true, the (some) Logitech G Series keyboards are still quite decent, even against mid range mechs IMO. Dont discount it purely as not mech. My older G series logitech board isnt mech and is going strong after many years of abuse.
You can buy a Drevo keyboard with actual mechanical key switches (probably Gateron) for not much more than this.
That mouse is twice the size.
already posted by some handsome chap... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-mx-anywhere-2-amz-mouse-price-dropped-again-2999-amazon-2898342
Fantastic mouse. Anyone know if I can swap out channel 1 (dongle) to another BT connection? Just a straight pair is it? If so, then what happens if the dongle is plugged in... :/
Totally agree with the great mouse sentiment but it's been available at this price for months, I bought mine for a couple of pence less from a deal off here last September https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-mx-anywhere-2-wireless-mouse-black-dark-gold-currys-clearance-2997-2789441 and there's been plenty since then too so this is the going rate for it.
Had Mx anywhere mouse before and it was handy that it worked everywhere the only thing was that it wasn't very comfortable to use as other mouse. As a it manager I'm starting to prefer corded mouse again for the response rate and generally better comfort
Have this already but heat for a great price and as others have stated, this comes with the pedals as shown on 2nd image down on amazon page HERE
looks like darth vader
Can you even buy a Logitech G29 steering wheel without the pedals? Companies don't usually have "+ Pedals" in the product titles so I find it odd people may think it's not included. Heat added.
Best price i've seen, must resist. Hot
Heat added.....as the foot pedals ARE included. Since slightly nasty cold votes on this I think?
I found this on sale for £30, thought you might be interested https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0761YPDNM?tag=ho01f-21
G400s master race here!
Paid £22.99 for one of these two years ago and for the price it comes highly recommended.. Never had any issues and it's a perfectly serviceable gaming mouse.
Still using my 3rd G500. Just bought this so I will be good to go when it packs up.
Great mouse had it for about 1.5 years now use it everyday.
Try the G402 posted in this thread a bit further up, better for palm grip users.
Is there a mouse more suited for large hands? Without breaking the bank I have piano fingers and I seem to be like an adult riding a kids bike!
This mouse is fantastic for people with small/medium hands and fingertip grip. It's nicer to use than the G Pro due to the rubber cable and side texture.
You're right, it has an excellent sensor and if you have smaller hands it's the perfect mouse. Also note there is a software update for this mouse which makes it go up to 8000dpi instead of 6000.
Correction: Shame it doesn't come with a smaller/ micro USB receiver.
Got this one instead which was £6.80 at the time but has gone up to £9.65. It is identical to this one except for the Logitech branding: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-4GHz-Wireless-USB-Remote-Red-Laser-Pointer-Pen-PPT-Control-PowerPoint-Clicker/162555558696
The spotlight is *very* good though[quote=android12]Bluetooth is a neater solution. It seems to be very hard to find a remote with BT though, apart from the Logitech spotlight which is ludicrously expensive. I suppose for something like this which you use quite infrequently compared to a mouse, it’s acceptable to have to use a nano-receiver.[/quote]
Definitely acceptable having a USB receiver, in fact far more convenient when using on various machines etc. where you just plug and play.
we use these at work, great device and the laser pointer is very useful
You can return the pop thing and get £60 back.
Use your time machine and go back to July 2017 and get it for 112.49 OJ just thought id say it before anyone else. Excellent product at this price. Ive recommended this to others but they think it's too expensive. They dont realise how easy it makes it for everyone in any family to use all entertainment equipment Btw heat added
May as well spend the extra tenner and get the bundle with the logi pop starter kit .
That is a different deal to this one
Just so people know you can return the pop things to amazon for £60. Here to help.
Well some folks would just see it as basic manners to read through a thread before posting what has already been noted (especially one less than two pages long) - I find THAT completely unnecessary and odd and that's why I thought I would point it out to you. I've already attempted to explain to you how these threads work - your reply is now buried in the middle of this page, so if anyone wanted to come across it they would have to read through the thread, just as I did to find the info originally. What if everyone had your can't be bothered attitude? The thread would be filled with people saying the same thing over and over again... And I'm not sure you can class two replies before this one as "consistent belittling".
Ok I find your consistent belittling scary. All I tried to do was potentially help somebody without reading through an entire thread with a snippet of information I gave that may have helped just one person (and that would’ve been all I wanted) but you have to give me hassle over it. Completely unnecessary and odd
Er, except that of course they WOULD have to read through to get to your post... Jeezo, internet etiquette is long dead isn't it!?
Or by posting it it didn’t hurt and helped anybody else potentially that also didn’t wanna read through it all so yes I am thank you
Been waiting months. I checked on 20th and did not see this for £30! damnit
Try plugging into USB 2 rather than 3. That seems to resolve problems some users face, including me!
Was waiting for this to come down again - missed it. Will have to wait until next time now looks like it comes down fairly often though.
Bought this last year for this price based on reviews and the Zeiss name, used it once then my daughter quit college in Canada and that was that . The reviews I saw were branded Zeiss for the optics but the one I got wasn't. Not sure what difference there is between Zeiss and non Zeiss but that's a name you'd want on a webcam lens.
So hard to resist.... dont need any of them but want that keyboard!
Good price for the 502
G430 headset is great
Decent savings, been debating the G933 for ages but leaning towards Arctic7s
Logitech G900 Wireless Gaming Mouse for £79 Logitech G502 Gaming Mouse Proteus Spectrum for £41 Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum Keyboard for £83 Logitech G403 Wired Optical Gaming Mouse for £34 Not historic lows but significantly off normal price for these.
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