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post #1591 of 3549
I find it odd that people have had such a bad luck with their products. Out of ~35 different mice models (plus multiple of some of those), only 2 of them have had a substantial difference that I have perceived and remember.

It's like some people have learned a new word called tolerance and are just blindly shouting it out without really knowing what it means. No one claims a 10 gram actuation force difference doesn't fall into tolerances. 20%+ difference, however, is just too much in my opinion. Especially with this spring-tension system that makes the buttons so light that they are borderline at actuation point with fingers just resting normally on top of the mouse.

There is no way I can use this mouse without either unbinding the RMB or forcing my finger upwards because the standard human hand jitter is enough to cause the RMB to actuate. Maybe that's just me and I am fine with acknowledging that Logitech products are not for me - but I've never understood the need for the spring-system in the first place.

Also, when people return mice solely because the shape is not a fit or the sensor "does not perform good", why is returning or RMAing a faulty product considered a bad practice?
post #1592 of 3549
@trism: The problem you describe is real. You can't keep the mouse. You need to send it back. You shouldn't feel addressed when people speculate about people being too trigger happy about sending stuff back.
post #1593 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Huzzaa View Post

If your M1 and M2 are categorically different from each other, then what do you call that? It's a defective unit.

It's within tolerable range for useage but it's not acceptable in the long run. I want both of my buttons to be equivelant with each other. Not that I have to train 2 fingers for 2 entirely different feels to the touch.

A lot of mice have different feel between M1 and M2 with M2 usually being softer.
post #1594 of 3549
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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

@trism: The problem you describe is real. You can't keep the mouse. You need to send it back. You shouldn't feel addressed when people speculate about people being too trigger happy about sending stuff back.

Right if there's a legitimate issue then yes, return it of course. Just sometimes it gets to people and what really probably isn't an issue can be perceived as such.

I'm in the same boat as Falkentyne. Actually the majority of my mice don't have exact left/right feelings for actuation pressure. But I get over it as I know the differences are minimal. If they were truly what I felt was a QC issue (which I think is reasonable) then I'd exchange it. It just depends on where the reasonable bar is placed. Some people won't accept it even if it was verified 2g different, and those I think can be OK holding on to.

The G500 is my "worst offender" mouse but even then it's still fine.
post #1595 of 3549
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

Right if there's a legitimate issue then yes, return it of course.

Love this, returning back only on a "LEGITIMATE" issue wave2.gif .

Pray tell sunshine, who shall determine this so-called "LEGITIMATE" issue, in regards to sending back a mouse for a refund?
post #1596 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

Love this, returning back only on a "LEGITIMATE" issue wave2.gif .

Pray tell sunshine, who shall determine this so-called "LEGITIMATE" issue, in regards to sending back a mouse for a refund?

Why would you return the mouse if the mouse has not got a legitimate problem/issue? I wouldn't return a mouse because the left mouse button has 'tougher' clicks than the right, this quite common place w/ mice these days.

I know it was that way on my FK1 and my FM.
post #1597 of 3549
I'm sending back any mouse if it doesn't perform to my standards. I paid $70 for the mouse, not you.
post #1598 of 3549
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Originally Posted by dulteX View Post

I'm sending back any mouse if it doesn't perform to my standards. I paid $70 for the mouse, not you.

So essentially what you're saying is that if the mouse arrives and you think it's got a better left click than the right, but to someone else the mouse seems perfect.

You would still send it back? that's just pedantic, wouldn't you agree?
post #1599 of 3549
if there's no technically ( maybe cosmetic ) defect / issue , I never send a mouse back ...
btw for me the G Pro is nearly the perfect shape for "my" Fingertip .... OK I dont like the cable , maybe I will change it ... but it's not the badest cable I had ...
post #1600 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

So essentially what you're saying is that if the mouse arrives and you think it's got a better left click than the right, but to someone else the mouse seems perfect.

You would still send it back? that's just pedantic, wouldn't you agree?

No, i won't send a mouse back if the right and left click are different. In fact, I don't think I've ever had a mouse have the same left and right clicks. However, if say the right click is too soft I would send it back, especially if others are saying their clicks are fine.
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