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post #541 of 1545
Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse page on amazon went from "Temporarily out of stock" to "Usually ships within 1 to 2 months"

Does this mean anything?
post #542 of 1545
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Originally Posted by hslayer View Post

Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse page on amazon went from "Temporarily out of stock" to "Usually ships within 1 to 2 months"

Does this mean anything?

Yes it means they got some type of shipment info/order placed.. for example if you go to sell something on Amazon but choose to let Amazon pack and ship it they give you a shipment sticker to send to them.. I believe that gives the usually ships then when you actually send it and they get tracking info they it adjusts accordingly to "back in stock xxx" i think that's how it works
post #543 of 1545
No one with a confirmation that his mouse is underway yet? Would be nicely in time for the Battlefield 1 beta biggrin.gif
post #544 of 1545
Does Logitech provide a return shipping label / free return shipping? If so I think I'll pull the trigger on this.
post #545 of 1545
How the **** are Logitech going to charge $70 for this mouse. Looking at it, I can't see any reason why Logitech should charge over double what Ninox did for the Aurora. It's over double what I would pay for the mouse and that's not even including the 20% import tax that will get charged on top of it by UK customs.

Waiting for it to go on sale is just another delay between me getting my hands on the mouse. Which I might no do if another manufacturer adapts the 3360 more successfully for competitive use.
post #546 of 1545
Aurora isn't even worth half the price considering tons of them had issues and unless you RMAed it early you were SoL.
post #547 of 1545
^Sorry, I guess I mean, what Ninox charged on release day (before everyone knew about those faults). Hope that's easier to understand
Edited by plath - 8/29/16 at 7:50am
post #548 of 1545
We definitely need more discussion on the price of this mouse.
post #549 of 1545
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

Does Logitech provide a return shipping label / free return shipping? If so I think I'll pull the trigger on this.

Yes you get a full refund and don't pay return shipping

@yinx nothing yet, I guess we'll get tracking info sometime 8/29 - 9/2 but who knows could still go to the 10th
post #550 of 1545
I don't know about shipping but I have a pending change on my card for the mouse so that means they charged it.
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Originally Posted by plath View Post

How the **** are Logitech going to charge $70 for this mouse. Looking at it, I can't see any reason why Logitech should charge over double what Ninox did for the Aurora. It's over double what I would pay for the mouse and that's not even including the 20% import tax that will get charged on top of it by UK customs.

Waiting for it to go on sale is just another delay between me getting my hands on the mouse. Which I might no do if another manufacturer adapts the 3360 more successfully for competitive use.

They can becasue theirs should actually work like they say it does....and this is from someone that preordered an Aurora..and the Aurora was 50 or 60 bucks when it came out too...


Also you cant reasonably compare the two the only thing they have in common is the shape.
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