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post #2571 of 2599 (permalink) Old 04-16-2020, 12:07 AM
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I RMA'd my Logitech G5 a few years back and they asked for photos of the damage. They overnighted me a brand new mouse and asked me to throw away my old one - But didn't need any sort of proof or evidence that I did throw it away. It was the easiest and quickest RMA i've ever done TBH.

I would buy more Logitech products because of the great experience, except my G5 mouse from 2005 is still doing great. There's nothing else I need to buy from them until this mouse fails...

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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
I RMA'd my Logitech G5 a few years back and they asked for photos of the damage. They overnighted me a brand new mouse and asked me to throw away my old one - But didn't need any sort of proof or evidence that I did throw it away. It was the easiest and quickest RMA i've ever done TBH.

I would buy more Logitech products because of the great experience, except my G5 mouse from 2005 is still doing great. There's nothing else I need to buy from them until this mouse fails...
I bought a used g303 last year that the previous owner bricked with a firmware update but didn't tell me. The Logitech support sent offered me a G203, G703 or a G-Pro wireless as a replacement, all i had to do was state my issue and provide the S/N and that was it. Granted i bought like 5 different mice over the years directly from their own store. But still, Logitech overall took the cake for me. Them being as professional as they are and my experiences with their products over the years turned me into a fanboy.

I am happy as heck with my issue free 1944 batch G pro wireless
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I still have my MX518 that still works. I'd use it if it didn't have the angle-snapping.
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I still have my MX518 that still works. I'd use it if it didn't have the angle-snapping.
Buy the MX518 Legendary. Exactly the same but with the hero sensor.
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I thought about getting the Legendary. The shape throws me off now after getting accustomed to the G Pro and G Pro Wireless' ambidextrous designs and their lighter weight. I feel like I play better with smaller and lighter mice, but it might just have a placebo effect. I also find myself using a finger tip grip and no longer using a palm grip on my mice.

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Does the G Pro Wireless go on sale often? I remember 3-4 years ago when I got a 403 from Logitech's website there was a decent discount.
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Does the G Pro Wireless go on sale often? I remember 3-4 years ago when I got a 403 from Logitech's website there was a decent discount.
The g prow is on sale every other week or so on amazon instead of 150 it fluctuates every now and then you can get it for 80bucks. Which is 100% worth it.
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is updating the firmware advisable?
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is updating the firmware advisable?
If there is no issue/are no bug with the current one and everything works, there is no reason to ever update.
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Update from earlier post:
Logitech shipped me a new G Pro Wireless. They didn't ask me to send the broken one back. I ordered new switches to replace the faulty left mouse button that was double-clicking when holding the button down. The new G Pro Wireless is batch 2013 and shipped with firmware version 15.2.26. I hope the replacement mouse lasts longer than seven months.
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