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Originally Posted by needh3lp View Post

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!
Synapse isn't so bad, I never really had an issue with it, just disabled it and its services from starting or removed it completely. I'm in the same boat as you though, used a DeathAdder since 2013 and hoping the G403 is a permanent replacement.
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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.

roflmao I hope logitech reads this thread before they ship to bestbuy
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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.
you can easily over charge/discharge a li-ion battery, but most come with protection circuitry that prevents that
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you can easily over charge/discharge a li-ion battery, but most come with protection circuitry that prevents that
According to this page, there's no protection circuit built in, and this is one of the best/highest recommended batteries for vaping mods.
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According to this page, there's no protection circuit built in, and this is one of the best/highest recommended batteries for vaping mods.

I think he meant a protection circuitry built into the device using the battery.
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I think he meant a protection circuitry built into the device using the battery.
Thanks.
post #2417 of 5932
Been using the g403 for 5 days and i have to say my aim has never been better, and its really comfortable.
Bought the g pro too. But i prefer 403
I had about every mouse available and was never happy. Just scroll wheel is a little loose but it doesn't bother me. I really recommend this mouse
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In the end, I can affirm that my copy is flawless. The rattle that I was hearing is caused by the heavy cable of the g403 when I shake it.

I'm also using it without the 10g weight, but keeping the "magnet door" in (I don't want it to pick up dust inside, my environment is quite dusty). I play League of Legends / CS:GO at a very high level, and so far so good, 400 DPI are good for me. The sensor is so damn precise. And the shape and the rubber grips are 10/10.

I'm keeping my previous Zowie EC1-A in it's box, just in case, but this 403 is a sure winner. Plus my hands are huge (22cm+) and I've adapted SO QUICKLY to this mouse, Been warming up in OSU since the first day I got it, and I'm just as consistent as I was with my Zowie EC1-A, so perfect adaptation for me.

Quality build for my unit is superb, 0 issues.
post #2419 of 5932
1631 on box and mouse. The wheel is somewhat loose (it does rattle when I move the device quickly), otherwise it's pretty much perfect for the time being. I'll use it for a couple of days and decide whether I'll ask Logitech to replace it.
Ordered from Logitech, in Germany.
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Is there any sticker or something similar that you need to break to open the mouse up other than mouse feet? I'm wondering if I could replace the cable without voiding warranty, probably not I guess
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