Gaming mice are not created equal--some use minimal specs with a modest price tag while others are catered toward professional needs (often at a notably higher cost). Finding the right balance of performance and price is key when shopping for hardware and this offer from Amazon on Logitech's G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse rests comfortably in the middle.

This is one of Logitech's high-dollar gaming mice, making this discount worth a look for curious buyers. Its usual price is around $149 but right now it's just $103 at Amazon.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse: was $149, now $103 at Amazon

The Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse uses a Hero 25K sensor which has a maximum DPI of 25,600. It has 11 total buttons that can be programmed with custom macros.

Getting the weight just right can make a huge difference on user experience while gaming, this mouse weighs 144g and includes 16g of optional weights to dial in the best feel. It features RGB LEDs that can be customized using G HUB, Logitech's proprietary application for managing device settings. G HUB also provides options for saving custom profiles locally on the mouse, managed by a 32-bit ARM microprocessor.

It functions as both a wired and wireless mouse, getting up to 2.5 hours of continuous use on a single 5-minute charge. According to the specifications, it can last up to 48 hours with the default RGB settings and as long as 60 hours without any lighting at all.

Visit the Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse product page at Amazon for checkout options.

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  • damianrobertjones - Thursday, April 29, 2021 - link

    "Only" - There's that word again.

    It's a mouse and no matter how good it is, it's just not worth £103. Then again, if people pay the price, the price will keep rising.

    I recall buying a G5, that featured weights. Also had selectable dpi. All worth jack as I now have a G402. If you're good, you're good.
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  • Duwelon - Thursday, April 29, 2021 - link

    I wonder how the quality is on them. I've had several wired Logitech mice have the double click issue, one had a side button simply fall out, wasn't even a button I used very much at all. I got a couple G602's with a pretty good deal, one has died so far and I'm on the second one. Microsoft mice aren't any better either, I wish these companies would invest a little bit in quality. Reply
  • dubyadubya - Thursday, April 29, 2021 - link

    Last reliable mouse IMO was a MS office mouse with a wheel. Shiny models only. New MS mice blow like popcorn same with most Logitech stuff. The old pro model (shiny) MS mice used very high quality micro switches. Overall build quality was top notch. Downsides being they are PS2 or serial and cleaning the ball rollers. I still have several. My first was a serial 2 button mouse. I also have two PS2 wheel mice. All three work like new and have had many years of heavy use and still work fine to this today. Well I'm not sure about the serial mouse as I have no way to test it but it worked fine when it was retired. Must be close to 20 years ago.

    Give me a quality wired or wireless mouse with a wheel and four buttons in the right places and I'd pay $100 as I'm sick of replacing mice every couple of years. I just looked and I must be living on borrowed time as my G602 is about 2 and 1/2 years old. It has lived an easy life as I do not game 24/7 anymore. Fingers crossed!
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  • Knosos - Thursday, April 29, 2021 - link

    All their clicker sensors are crap and have this issue. you buy their mice, you have this problem. there warranty replacement has gotten harder to deal with regarding it and the crap they have you go through just to get warranty replacement on them.

    I've had to open these mice sensors manually every time to remove the metal ionization on these sensors. Expect this mouse to have issues on arrival. the 2 i have purchased have. i have 4 of these Logitech mice in my closet and 2 currently work "ok" because i manually corrected them. the other 2 are under warranty and i just don't have the time or patience to request warranty replacements for them and will at some point manually repair them to make them usable again.
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  • FullmetalTitan - Friday, April 30, 2021 - link

    I have had the double click issue on my G502 (the wired one) since I bought it. The warranty process is just an endless series of progressively smaller and more on fire hoops. Because the issue is inconsistent, I can go 2 weeks without a problem, only to have a virtually unusable peripheral for 3 days, and then back to mostly okay. Reply
  • grant3 - Saturday, May 1, 2021 - link

    The quality is probably good.

    I remember the double-click issues on logitech mice about 10-15 years ago. But with with my last 3 MX masters, I haven't had that as a problem.

    Usually my logitech mice die when I take them apart to clean them and break something. The scrollwheel is an area I think could be prone to failure.
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  • grant3 - Saturday, May 1, 2021 - link

    Ok so i read some amazon reviews and apparently many people still suffer the double-click problems, I guess I was lucky.

    Logitech seems to have so inexplicably bone-headed product decisions.

    - After 30+ years of making mice, why are the only mouse-makers who can't make a reliable switch?
    - why do their flagship peripherals *STILL* use micro-USB instead of USB-C ports?
    - why can't they make a USB receiver which works plugged directly into the computer (instead of with a cable)
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  • Scalarscience - Saturday, May 1, 2021 - link

    The USB cable to extend devices is only common with gaming mice from what I have seen, and I have like 9 Logitech mice and numerous bluetooth/flow enabled keyboards.

    My MX Master 3 uses USB-C, which tbh is worse than micro-usb on all of the other MX master versions I've owned because USB-C is spec'd to carry more power and more data lines, and thus more resistant as a cable when moving a mouse that is charging.

    I also own Razer, Corsair and numerous small brands as well as MS going back to before the very first intellimouse, which sadly was probably the best mouse ever made. Both of my PS/2 versions of that *still* work perfectly, although it's worth noting I don't use those machines nearly as much as a modern machine. EVERY other brand (especially since Razer started circa early 2000's) eventually suffers mechanical failures.
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  • zodiacfml - Sunday, May 2, 2021 - link

    TLDR: Too many issues. Considering Razer and smaller brands have optical switch models, I think Logitech is scamming people to buy more mice.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5BhECVlKJA&ab...
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  • jabber - Sunday, May 2, 2021 - link

    I was using a G5 up till last week! Amazing bit of kit. got a new G518...weighs next to nothing and feels really cheap. Works fine but it wont last 16 years+ I bet. Reply

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