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Originally Posted by pindle View Post

Starting to wonder if there is a variance in the cables used by Logitech.
My clicks are different as well but the difference in feel is really small, left is slightly easier to click than right. They also sound different but I couldn't give a rats ass about that (unless it would be REALLY annoyingly loud).

My mouse with the rattle scroll wheel also had a subtle different between these two clicks. The other three I tried had a noticeable different. Surprisingly my friend's G403 (1637) has a right click similar with left click, and they both have a very light click and short travel distance. I've already exchanged the mouse two times and it is impossible to exchange again just because "the click doesn't feel right to me"
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Originally Posted by killerhuy View Post

My mouse with the rattle scroll wheel also had a subtle different between these two clicks. The other three I tried had a noticeable different. Surprisingly my friend's G403 (1637) has a right click similar with left click, and they both have a very light click and short travel distance. I've already exchanged the mouse two times and it is impossible to exchange again just because "the click doesn't feel right to me"
Well discussing this is all very subjective (what travel distance are you used to, what do you consider "short") but in my experience most if not all Logi mice (at least the 10 I own and then a some randoms I tried) have (or should have if QC doesn't fail) low travel distance, at least compared to other brands like SS and MS (no clue about Zowie). Not sure what you're looking for but if you prefer a mushier feeling then I don't think a Logitech mouse will provide that. When I swap to my Rival e.g. the clicks feel a lot mushier and less crisp.

As for lightness, I don't really consider any of the clicks (too) light, medium is what I would call it, but then again YMMV and if yours are really much lighter than any other mouse you have you still may have a bad make :/
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

well for what it's worth, i think the G303 and G302 have atrocious cables, absolute garbage. they're nothing like the cable on my G403.

Yup, the stock form of the G303 cable is so crappy, it is worse than any cheap mouse that comes with pre-built computers. BUT.. once you remove the braiding, the rubber cable inside is amazing for a stock cable.
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Originally Posted by pindle View Post

That's weird. I don't have a G303 and don't really dare compare cables from memory (it tricks us!). However, my G302 100% sure has a better cable (non braided) than the stock G403 (with is thick braided cable). It isn't super flexible and I'm not calling it good, but it's for sure AT LEAST 50% more flexible than my old stock G403 braided cable.

Starting to wonder if there is a variance in the cables used by Logitech.

well it wouldn't be a first if logitech (or another peripheral company) had changed something about one of their mice without advertising it.
my G302 cable is significantly less flexible than my G403 cable.

maybe it's variance, maybe they actually changed it at a certain point.
i do believe that our mice have different cables.
real shame, because it makes all the difference.
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I don't know if the m1 and m2 switches they used for the g403 is the same as in the g502 but I wish they were. I prefer the mouse buttons of the g502. They were light, easy to click, and had less travel distance.

Both mouse buttons of my g403 are loud but m1 is a lot louder and a little stiffer. Really want lighter mouse buttons.
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My left click is much louder than my right click. Right click seems easier to push as well. Interesting.
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Originally Posted by pindle View Post

Well discussing this is all very subjective (what travel distance are you used to, what do you consider "short") but in my experience most if not all Logi mice (at least the 10 I own and then a some randoms I tried) have (or should have if QC doesn't fail) low travel distance, at least compared to other brands like SS and MS (no clue about Zowie). Not sure what you're looking for but if you prefer a mushier feeling then I don't think a Logitech mouse will provide that. When I swap to my Rival e.g. the clicks feel a lot mushier and less crisp.

As for lightness, I don't really consider any of the clicks (too) light, medium is what I would call it, but then again YMMV and if yours are really much lighter than any other mouse you have you still may have a bad make :/

I understand about the clicking feel between different model. But the issue I am talking is that all 6 G403s I tried have different clicking feel. My friend's G403 actually has lighter click & lower travel distance than my G403. And my current G403 really has a bit louder left click & lighter right click when compared to the first G403 I used (1433), the one which has an annoying rattle scroll wheel.

To be more specific, my first G403 (1433) actually has the best click in the mice that I ever use.
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Originally Posted by mitavreb View Post

I don't know if the m1 and m2 switches they used for the g403 is the same as in the g502 but I wish they were. I prefer the mouse buttons of the g502. They were light, easy to click, and had less travel distance.

Both mouse buttons of my g403 are loud but m1 is a lot louder and a little stiffer. Really want lighter mouse buttons.
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Originally Posted by dwnfall View Post

My left click is much louder than my right click. Right click seems easier to push as well. Interesting.

May I ask which batch of the mouse you have? My current one (1639) also has the same behavior. Stiffer & much louder left click, lighter right click.
Edited by killerhuy - 1/11/17 at 2:42pm
post #4308 of 5309
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Originally Posted by killerhuy View Post

May I ask which batch of the mouse you have? My current one (1639) also has the same behavior. Stiffer & much louder left click, lighter right click.

1638. There's another poster here with a 1638 s/n. I wanna know if his mouse is the same as mine having a louder left click.


I took out my ec1-a from its box and did a little mouse button comparison.

G403 - Lighter, louder, stiffer/snappier
EC1-a - quieter, mushy buttons, and feels deeper/longer travel distance
post #4309 of 5309
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

well it wouldn't be a first if logitech (or another peripheral company) had changed something about one of their mice without advertising it.
my G302 cable is significantly less flexible than my G403 cable.

maybe it's variance, maybe they actually changed it at a certain point.
i do believe that our mice have different cables.
real shame, because it makes all the difference.
Shame indeed, although I didn't read about any bad cables after debraiding, so at least those seem somewhat consistent and usable smile.gif
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Originally Posted by killerhuy View Post

I understand about the clicking feel between different model. But the issue I am talking is that all 6 G403s I tried have different clicking feel. My friend's G403 actually has lighter click & lower travel distance than my G403. And my current G403 really has a bit louder left click & lighter right click when compared to the first G403 I used (1433), the one which has an annoying rattle scroll wheel.
Not sure about other G403's since mine was pretty decent out of the box except of course the cable and feet which are easily fixable. Real slight wheel whobble now after some use which isn't noticeable during use but on the other areas it's good-great *praises the RNG gods*
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Originally Posted by pindle View Post

Shame indeed, although I didn't read about any bad cables after debraiding, so at least those seem somewhat consistent and usable smile.gif
Not sure about other G403's since mine was pretty decent out of the box except of course the cable and feet which are easily fixable. Real slight wheel whobble now after some use which isn't noticeable during use but on the other areas it's good-great *praises the RNG gods*

My G403's cable was god awful, did not fit in the mouse bungee, did not keep shape at all, it'd just flop all about, debraided it is much, much better.
    
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