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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

So far, I've tried (and sold) the G303, G502, G900 and I'm just waiting on the G Pro. Of the mice I mentioned, I've kept the G303 (sensor/lens rattle and all) and the G900 (my daily driver, best all rounder). For me, my favorite mouse so far has been the G900. Not too heavy, not too light, just the right weight and size.

I have to admit, using the G900 on the Battlefield 1 Beta felt so wrong. Like, that game did not deserve a premium mouse to be used on it (ugh, why DICE, the mouse settings for that game is all botched up since the Alpha) rolleyes.gif

I get so much hate for saying that the ingame character responsiveness in BF1 feels like wading through mud while being drunk. And the aiming in it feels , sluggish. Don't even get me started on the weapons with rng bullet pattern and piss easy straight upwards mild recoil. The only weapons that are good are the sniper rifles and they are too easy to use as well. The whole game is casualized.

I expected a competively viable and rewarding BF1, what we got in the end was Battlefield Hardline got ****ed by Star Wars Battlefront, with WW1 weapons.

Compared to BF3 where you would master a rifle, its recoil and spread recovery to be a threat on the battlefield , BF1 feels watered down, to make it easier for the nublets. So either point and click or point and hold m1 and wait for your rng to be better than the rng of the other guy spraying at you.

It is a good casual battlefield, but whoever seeks a competitive game , that is similar to BF3. Look somewhere else.
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Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post

from those I bought this Year it's the DM1 Pro S , include last Year it's the EVGA X5 optical ...
for me most ergo shaped Mice are too small , coz I like to fully Palm ergo mice .... ( ~20cm Handsize )
ambi shaped mice I like more fingertip/Clawgrip ...
so, I think the G403 would be too small for me , and the G Pro could be my temporalily holy grail biggrin.gif

I switched from palmgrip to clawgrip for FPS games and use fingertip grip for desktop and dota 2. 21cm long and 11cm wide hands (with the thumb included). I really hope the G pro is gonna be comfortable for me. The G403 will be for everyone else who likes to use palmgrip i guess. Finally Logitech gave us 2 good mice without full metal mouse wheels and stupid shapes. Yaaayyy
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So sad...it's the long weekend and already Sept 3rd ; (
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Just ordered my G pro from UK logi

IFA2016 -20%
5£-logitech

£50.99 with express shipping! happy days
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Originally Posted by Sencha View Post

Just ordered my G pro from UK logi

IFA2016 -20%
5£-logitech

£50.99 with express shipping! happy days

Does this work only for uk?

I kinda want to delete my order and re-order it now. Any way to do that on a weekend with logitech? I see their phone hours are only on weekdays.
post #1116 of 3556
Its EU. But if someone can check it on the US website.
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Originally Posted by Conditioned View Post

Does this work only for uk?

I kinda want to delete my order and re-order it now. Any way to do that on a weekend with logitech? I see their phone hours are only on weekdays.

Worked for germany, just ordered the g403 and the pro together with the 20%, 5 euros and even got the express delivery popup (make sure adblock is disabled).
The problem is you can't cancel previous orders but the nice logitech lady told me to just refuse the packages when they arrive and I will get a full refund. So I don't have to go through the hassle of returning them.
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I wonder if I should buy it directly from my country or from Germany. My country: IFA2016 works, 5€ code does not so the total price is 71€ (starting price 89€). From Germany, at least until the payment, it's 58€ (starting price 79€) and there's nothing saying I couldn't order it from there. Has anyone ordered from Logitech from a different EU country they currently live in?
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Originally Posted by trism View Post

I wonder if I should buy it directly from my country or from Germany. My country: IFA2016 works, 5€ code does not so the total price is 71€ (starting price 89€). From Germany, at least until the payment, it's 58€ (starting price 79€) and there's nothing saying I couldn't order it from there. Has anyone ordered from Logitech from a different EU country they currently live in?

It doesn't matter where you order from, their warehouse is on the Netherlands and every order ships from there.
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Originally Posted by Sencha View Post

Just ordered my G pro from UK logi

IFA2016 -20%
5£-logitech

£50.99 with express shipping! happy days

Trying to do the same but it refuses to give me the free shipping popup, I got it first at the german page but got some kind of error :/
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