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Looking for a mouse repair technician / lab in the central area.


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I've been using Logitech's G700s for over ten years and this is my second mouse from the same model. The mouse itself is excellent (except for the rechargeable battery that comes with it) in terms of uses but the switches with which it comes are screwed and the top buttons (right and left mouse keys) start to break down every five to six years. A year ago they started making problems (double pressing, stopping pressing the button, etc.) but they disappeared but in the last week they came back and it drives me crazy ...

The previous mouse (G700) that suffered from the same problem I tried to fix on my own according to videos from YouTube with the electronics lab I had at work, the repair was successful but something went wrong with the mouse's optics and it did not move correctly. It is very difficult to get such a new mouse and it costs more than a thousand so I prefer it to be fixed.

Anyone know of a lab that can perform such a repair? Or a reliable technician you can trust?

(I think I've asked this before but I did not find anyone)

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Thanks, but that's really not what I need.

The G700 has more than 7 additional programmable buttons (except the main two) (for each app individually, something I only saw in Logitech). Do not even want to think about moving to such a limited mouse. I bought at the time a not cheap mouse with five buttons, after less than a day it flies into a drawer.

DA, at work I use the G600 (10 more buttons + SHIFT) to write code and debug, the G700 is not enough ... 

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https://www.itech-store.co.il/items/874461-עכבר-גיימינג-Logitech-Rechargeable-Gaming-G700S

 

https://goldtop.co.il/product-details.aspx?proid=45075

 

 

Is this a mouse? Do they publish click bait that does not exist in stock? 

 

At the level of principle any electronics lab should be able to handle this but most will not have suitable omron switches. 

 

The problem is that for every shekel you pay to a self-employed person who works well, at least half does not stay with him.

I find it hard to believe that you will find a foreign technician who will do the job for less than 250 NIS.

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I have already bought suitable switches from omron the previous time. By and large, this mouse is quite hard and the AP, which has taken quite a few blows and falls from me, is still functioning excellently. It seems to me worth investing 150-200 NIS in it for repair, because it is expected to survive for at least another 5 years. It took me about half an hour to replace the circuit breakers and I'm not a specialist technician.

 

Yes, this is exactly the mouse, I have never seen it sold in the country at such a price. But thanks anyway, on Sunday I will check if it is real and if so then I will order two new ones.

 

"I'm the type who settles for the classic 3." I do not know whether to envy or pity ... DA, where to use the middle button? When I program I map all the function keys to the mouse buttons, you will not believe how much it simplifies the writing and dubbing process.

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I called Gold-Top, they haven't had this mouse in a long time. They claim that the link contains cash of And not the real page.

I placed an order from the Aitech Store free of charge but a request for a phone charge, we will see if they will call next week.

Any case I would love for the name of a recommended lab.

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I have a very big doubt if you will find a technician who will fix your mouse, probably at the prices you are talking about (NIS 150?) ...

But I also do not understand why you are trying to look for an old mouse that no longer exists, and still claim that it costs more than a thousand shekels ..?

The mouse you want is the G604 and it costs $ 99.

Modern with all the new technologies, and 15 buttons.

https://www.logitechg.com/en-us/products/gaming-mice/g604-lightspeed-wireless-gaming-mouse.910-005622.html

 

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Nice offer but still it seems (in the eye) not enough, I would be happy to find a store that sells it and allows it to run before buying because after the previous sophisticated mouse I bought according to recommendations I realized that a mouse should first feel comfortable in the hand ... again, I do not mind paying Such a sum for repairing my mice, I am looking for a professional who can perform repair (a rarity in our time) and who can be trusted. If they survive me for another 8 years it seems to me enough.

 

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But I also do not understand why you are trying to look for an old mouse that no longer exists, and still claim that it costs more than a thousand shekels ..?

https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-G700s-Rechargeable-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B00BFOEY3Y/ref=psdc_172487_t1_B00XTG9JSG

I end up with this model for more than 8 years and so normal if it is difficult for me to work with another mouse, it fits me like a glove: )

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The fact that you found an old product page of a product that has long been discontinued and out of stock all over the world, does not mean that it is the price of this product ...

If you want to get stuck in history it's your right, but you will not find a technician who will deal with repairing a mouse for you (the best replacement for which costs $ 99 ...) then your dilemma is between buying the (better!) Replacement for $ 99, or paying hundreds Dollars on some final inventory elimination from some shelf of someone who somehow has one left that has accumulated dust.

 

By the way, you will not find a store that will let you open the mouse without buying it, but you can simply order it from any store in the country provided you place an order from the Internet, try it out, and return (offsetting a transaction cancellation fee) if you are not satisfied.

 

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If this is what you ask for, then this is what you pay for. In my humble opinion, if they demand more than a thousand on an old (new) mouse it means that there is someone who will pay the required amount for it. A year ago + I found it by chance for 600 NIS on eBay, my order was delayed a bit and I received an apologetic email from the seller that everything was sold ... DA, the fact that it is outdated does not make it bad, on the contrary it is. (I curse the WIN10 every week anew, at home I work with the 7 and enjoy)

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By the way, you will not find a store that will let you open the mouse without buying it, but you can simply order it from any store in the country provided you place an order from the Internet, try it out, and return (offsetting a transaction cancellation fee) if you are not satisfied.

Thanks, I did not think of that.

Right now, my dilemma is between paying hundreds of dollars for some final inventory elimination from some shelf of someone who somehow has one left that has accumulated dust or paying $ 100-150 for repairing the two mice.

The G604 will remain if none of the options are exercised.

 

Thanks anyway.

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The option of the correction in my opinion only exists in your imagination ...

And if you prefer to pay $ 400 for a less good mouse than $ 99 for a better mouse, just because you have a history with it and you're afraid of changes, it's of course your business but it's hard to say it's the better or more logical option of the two left ...

 

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