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Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2020
Having used Logitech products for years, when I saw (and felt) the absurdly poor quality of this mouse, I have a difficult time believing it is a legitimate Logitech product. The two mouse buttons are nothing more that petals of plastic hovering our in space above the contact switches underneath. As such, these plastic petals move loosely, both vertically and horizontally, without their contacting the switches below.

As such, the two petals of plastic (buttons, if you can call them that) can interfere with, and hang up on, each other as seen in my attached pictures. Even if they didn't do this, the feel of the button travel is horrible. As you press on a button, it first travels a certain distance down before it even makes contact with its switch below. Once contact is finally made, button travel continues further until you actually click the switch below.

Use your imagination to picture the cheapest made, worst button action, mouse you believe to be manufactured and it is a fairly safe bet that this mouse is worse. Again, I seriously cannot believe that this mouse is a legitimate Logitech product. I cannot emphasize enough the degree to which you should steer clear of purchasing this item.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievably Poor Quality
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2020
Having used Logitech products for years, when I saw (and felt) the absurdly poor quality of this mouse, I have a difficult time believing it is a legitimate Logitech product. The two mouse buttons are nothing more that petals of plastic hovering our in space above the contact switches underneath. As such, these plastic petals move loosely, both vertically and horizontally, without their contacting the switches below.

As such, the two petals of plastic (buttons, if you can call them that) can interfere with, and hang up on, each other as seen in my attached pictures. Even if they didn't do this, the feel of the button travel is horrible. As you press on a button, it first travels a certain distance down before it even makes contact with its switch below. Once contact is finally made, button travel continues further until you actually click the switch below.

Use your imagination to picture the cheapest made, worst button action, mouse you believe to be manufactured and it is a fairly safe bet that this mouse is worse. Again, I seriously cannot believe that this mouse is a legitimate Logitech product. I cannot emphasize enough the degree to which you should steer clear of purchasing this item.
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