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# 214220 2-May-2017 16:39
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Hi all,

I am after a MX Master mouse, and new keyboard.  I prefer a tenkeyless model, something with MX Brown or Red switches, or ultimate preference would a Topre board, like a Realforce.

I am based in Auckland.


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  # 1774805 3-May-2017 10:30
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The MX Master is a very nice mouse, I use one at work. They aren't to expensive to buy.


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  # 1775153 3-May-2017 21:05
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I had an MX master, the left clicked died after about 18 months... not happy for a $150 mouse.





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  # 1775158 3-May-2017 21:30
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mentalinc:

 

I had an MX master, the left clicked died after about 18 months... not happy for a $150 mouse.

 

 

Did you try the warranty?





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  # 1775985 4-May-2017 23:42
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I have an MX Master.

 

First one the scroll wheel failed altogether in 6 months. Replaced under warranty.

 

Second one the scroll wheel is now no longer switchable to free spinning - it does click only. So far have not been bothered to try arguing with wherever I bought it from (PB Tech I think) about replacing the replacement.

 

IME Logitech have some good ideas but pretty poor build, materials and so on. 






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  # 1775988 5-May-2017 00:19
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The wheels often stuff up on mice. The rubber tends to swell so it is too large for the sides. Some logitech mouse I have purchased had to be returned under warranty, although most either had a 3 or 5 year warranty on them. So ended up with a good amount of use out of them. The mouse I am using now ironically is a reasonably cheap dell laser one, but has a logitech circuit board in it. But it doesn't have the same wheel problem, as more room around in case it swells.


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