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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

I thought these things worked on charge cycles and that it was best to keep it at 100% for as much time as possible. Maybe I'm wrong though lol.

Perhaps, I've never heard of something like that though.
post #2402 of 5978
Like i already stated my modded G403 wired weights about 84g - my stock G403 wireless how i use it (without weight and door) weights about 104g. I use the wireless version at work now. :^)
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Originally Posted by LunaTiC123 View Post

you can also call them on their italian number( if you are from italy according to your location ) and arrange a day and an hour ( well I'm not sure if they will come at that exact hour but.. around there) anyway I went to their italian website and this is what it says in the "call customer service" thing at the bottom
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

EDIT: I also got my UPS message but for some reason logi wants me to return the mouse to the US and not to netherlands like they usually ask for, bit complicated but no biggie after all they pay for everything, hopefully when all is done and I get my replacement and it won't have any rattle or atleast not as much as the one I have now. thumb.gif

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They also asked you to send it to the US? I actually am not 100% sure tbh, never had to ship anything outisde the EU, so far I have to print 1 return label aka the thing you put on the box and 3 inovice documents inside the box ((?)most likely right?) guess that's for the guys at the border checking packages and to make sure it's a return, so no import/export taxes or whatever?

Since the all 3 inovice documents are the same it's also said clearly on them "gaming mouse - not a sale / return of a defective product" anyway usually I just get a return label put that on the box and send it to logitech in netherlands and that's all, we'll see, I might ask the guy on the support ticket on how to do it so there are no problems, the guy in the support ticked did say
but I thought it was like yea suuure... but maybe it's for real and they actually wanna check my G403 to see what's up with the scroll wheel ? meh I have no idea but hey, as long as I don't have to pay for returns I don't mind it, I can live without the g403 for a few weeks, anyway if I do get a quick respones( hah.. fat chance ) I'll let you know in a PM what he tells me.

If you need to send to the US you have to put the customs declaration on the outside of the box, for example in a clear bag. Otherwise they'll deny delivering it.
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Alright, so my 2 cents about this mouse.
Pros:
- It feels great in the hand, the side coating is grippy, the top is smooth. It's just perfect.
- The sensor is 3366, I guess that settles it.
- The clicks feel absolutely amazing.
- The buttons have no pre-travel including the side buttons which is rare nowadays.
- The weight is pleasant.
- Logitech gaming software is pretty much the best driver program you can find out there.

Neutrals:
- Cable could be lighter but it didn't affect my gameplay whatsoever.
- The feet are stock Logi plastic stuff, not too great but not too bad either.

Cons:
- The scroll wheel rattles like it's World War 2 happening inside it.
- The scroll wheel button takes quite a lot of force to press in, that's a bit annoying. I've bound the middle click to the CPI toggle button, so that's pretty much solved.

Would rate it like 7/10. The raw performance amazed me, but I'm not doing extraordinary well with it in FPS games. WoW is great with it tho. The scroll wheel rattle is really annyoing. Gonna fix it up asap.
post #2405 of 5978
Anyway both the box and the mouse itself had a 1631 class serial numbers, and it had wheel rattle, although almost nonexistent lens rattle, at 12K cpi it moved barely half a pixel when shaking it
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Modern Li-ion batteries cannot be overcharged. The healthiest place to leave a Li-ion long term is between 40-60% charge, and the healthiest way to operate them is between 20-80%. It will be difficult to charge a mouse as optimally as a cell phone, since it doesn't come with you in the car and work, but you can optimize battery life by waiting for it to get down to 30-40% before charging, and if possible, once charged, take it off the charger before you go to sleep.

The worst thing you can do to a battery is leave it at 0% for extended periods. Periodically check devices you are not actively using to keep them between 40-60% while they are in storage.

To add, they can't be over or under charged.
When the lithium battery discharges, a micro controller will not let it discharge past a safe voltage, usually 3.2v minimum. So 0% charge in the Logitech program is the minimum safe discharge. But as said it's better to keep it in the 20-80% range at all times for optimum life. But if Logitech calibrate the 0-100% charge to 20% - ~100% actual charge, then nothing to worry about.
I wouldn't stress over this.
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Modern Li-ion batteries cannot be overcharged. The healthiest place to leave a Li-ion long term is between 40-60% charge, and the healthiest way to operate them is between 20-80%. It will be difficult to charge a mouse as optimally as a cell phone, since it doesn't come with you in the car and work, but you can optimize battery life by waiting for it to get down to 30-40% before charging, and if possible, once charged, take it off the charger before you go to sleep.

The worst thing you can do to a battery is leave it at 0% for extended periods. Periodically check devices you are not actively using to keep them between 40-60% while they are in storage.
I assume this applies to all Li-on batteries? Sort of off topic, but I've been swapping out my battery sets in my vape mod @ 60-70% to charge them before I leave.
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Just put my order in through Amazon in the US. It says in stock but needs 1-2 days to process, whatever that actually means.

I've been a Deathadder user since the original. Gotta be something like 8 years or so using them. I've been through many iterations of them. Still using a 2011 "Black Edition" at the moment and it has held up great, but I'm ready to try something new. I refused to buy another one since they moved to Synapse so here I am. Hoping the G403 will finally free me of the Razer chains!
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Just put my order in through Amazon in the US. It says in stock but needs 1-2 days to process, whatever that actually means.

[...]

It probably means it's Sunday and they are not processing orders today?
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It probably means it's Sunday and they are not processing orders today?
In my experience, Amazon never sleeps! tongue.gif

A few days ago it was listed as being released on Sep. 26, so I'm guessing they wont actually process any G403's until tomorrow officially rolls around. Whatever the case, I'm on track to receive it Wed., which is fine for me.
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