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post #6501 of 7082
it happens for me sometimes on the Xtrfy GP3 (rough plastic pad). i haven't seen it happen on any of my other pads, but then again, i haven't done extensive testing.
i assume it's a LOD-thing and that re-calibrating fixes it, but i haven't tried it out myself. (i just switch to a different pad.)
if you have the software installed then just try the LOD thing
post #6502 of 7082
I just picked up this mouse and have noticed a big disparity on the activation pressure between the right button and the left button. The right button is way more sensitive to activation than the left button, to the point where I am performing accidental clicks in game.

Just seeing if this is a common experience, if not then that will give me cause to return it.
post #6503 of 7082
Mine are identical but I also do accidental right clicks at times. If the difference is really that big, even when using left hand for mouse, go for rma.
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post #6504 of 7082
Update of a long-time user:

I needed some time to get used to the shape of the G302/G303 but used it extensively since November 2014. A few months later I got the G303 right away and used it since then.

Now I am back to the G302, for now...^^

~14 months use and the left button of the G303 starts acting up, double-clicks or no clicks now and then. Tried cleaning, but it seems to be a permanent problem now.


I got way more mileage out of my MX518 and G400. Those lasted for years or till even better sensors became available and they got replaced because of that.

I am disappointed! frown.gif
post #6505 of 7082
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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

Mine are identical but I also do accidental right clicks at times.

same.
but i can imagine it's not that hard to get used to it
post #6506 of 7082
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Originally Posted by Longasc View Post

Update of a long-time user:

I needed some time to get used to the shape of the G302/G303 but used it extensively since November 2014. A few months later I got the G303 right away and used it since then.

Now I am back to the G302, for now...^^

~14 months use and the left button of the G303 starts acting up, double-clicks or no clicks now and then. Tried cleaning, but it seems to be a permanent problem now.


I got way more mileage out of my MX518 and G400. Those lasted for years or till even better sensors became available and they got replaced because of that.

I am disappointed! frown.gif

Sucks to hear you have had some issues, how adjusted to the shape are you after this long? How is your performance & have you had any issues with your wrists or any pain?
post #6507 of 7082
Well, bought mine and got it today.

After some runs, most is okay except a few snippets of in-game swipes where it seemingly didnt move.

Sensor is rattling too.

Will be returning it. I'm not gonna RMA g303 to basically risk a near 100% chance of getting another rattling one. And yeah, I managed to actually move the sensor in the shell with a wooden stick. It's loose.
I have the batch with ending number 2.

In-game performance vs g502 spectrum, really good though.

Ultimately though, currently I own 2 g502's, 1 core and the other spectrum and the way they move, feels so much more different.
I like the old g502 more and am currently going to be ditching logitech as my daily driver I think because after "upgrading" to g502 spectrum, the new one. My performance has gone worse.

The original had a scroll wheel tick skipping issue that can easily be replicated on the new one as well by moving the wheel extremely slowly over ticks but it never happens in normal use, which is good.
But something is really wrong with the firmware IMO. It moves as it's supposto and has no real "issues" but the sensor is off. And I honestly think the thing has a large amount of inherent lag.

Anyways, wanted to post because... got g303 and it's going back first thing come monday.
post #6508 of 7082
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Sucks to hear you have had some issues, how adjusted to the shape are you after this long? How is your performance & have you had any issues with your wrists or any pain?

The shape wasn't a problem anymore after the first odd 2-3 days, so no issues here at all - also didn't have any kind of a RSI or similar stress of the mouse hand despite quite heavy gaming and everyday use. I was used to the MX518/G400 shape before. I even find it a very relaxing and comfortable mouse as it is very light and easy to control with just thumb and pinky if you want.

The buttons going defective doesn't seem to be only me, a friend of mine who bought the mouse, too, already experienced button failure 2-3 months earlier, and that after buying it some time after me. He also had the rattling sensor problem, which my mouse didn't have.

Maybe it's time for a remake with a more conservative shape, more leaning towards the G100. That the highly praise "spring-tensioned" buttons failed me quite early is a real bummer though. I am simply used to better durability from Logitech mice.

Edit: It's a very accurate mouse for pixel accuracy, but if you have really large hands, it might still be too small. You are basically covering the entire mouse with your hand and control it with thumb and pinky, which is to me somewhat surprisingly a very accurate kind of grip.
Edited by Longasc - 6/17/16 at 4:18pm
post #6509 of 7082
I also got problems with the clicks. I first had a bit of problems in the left mouse button, then after a while the right mouse button also started behaving weird (for example, context menus opened and then closed immediately). In my case, it had nothing to do with that "spring tensioned button" thingy the mouse has. The switches were the problem.

I opened up the mouse and put a drop of sewing machine oil / gun oil onto the switches, then clicked the plunger for a bit with the tip of a screwdriver until the drop of oil had mostly disappeared into the switch. After this, the double-clicking problems were gone. This was several months ago and the mouse still works fine.

I didn't install that firmware update that adds latency to the mouse buttons, this is still with the original firmware with the lower latency.

These double-click problems happened with both my G302 and my G303. They first appeared with my G303, then when they showed up in the right mouse button as well, I moved back to my older G302, and a few weeks later they also showed up there. I had first planned to send the G303 back for RMA, but was feeling lazy and took my time with that. While I was dragging my feet, the G302 I was using also developed the same problems. That's when I decided to try to oil the switches. It fixed the problems on both the G302 and the G303.
post #6510 of 7082
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Well, bought mine and got it today.
Will be returning it. I'm not gonna RMA g303 to basically risk a near 100% chance of getting another rattling one.

Where did you buy it from? I bought/returned about 5 from amazon uk all which had the rattle and felt like crap out of the box. Bought one directly from Logitech's eu website and it has zero rattle, feels much more sturdy as though it will never rattle
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