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Best Black Friday early gaming mouse deals


Gaming mouse likes one Black Friday sell, they do. Every November there’s a ton of discounted peripherals, and it’s not just sad pieces of plastic that retailers won’t be able to sell – we’re talking real quality desktop mice. This guide to the earliest Black Friday gaming mouse deals affirms much, as even with the big day itself not arriving until the 25th, loads of new and old favorites are still available with considerable savings. tell.

There’s definitely more to come, so I’ll keep updating this list as more good deals drop – before Black Friday or during the day. As always, we’re sticking with mice that we know come standard, so would never recommend raw hardware just because it’s significantly discounted. Indeed, much of what you will find below has featured or is currently engaged best gaming mouse guide.

If you are looking for other types of kits, Black Friday PC Deals the center has supported you, although we are also maintaining other, more in-depth circles, like Best SSD deals on Black Friday and The best Black Friday gaming monitor deals pages.



Razer Basilisk V3 gaming mouse shot.

Black Friday gaming mouse deals


Trading in the UK:

Cooler Master MM731 – £20 from Ebuyer (was £55)

A new low price for the MM731, weighing just 59g feathers – without the heavy punch-hole design most other lightweight gaming mice are used to.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste – £20 from Amazon UK (was £50)

My personal favorite lightweight mouse (it’s not the Razer Viper V2 Pro). The Pulsefire Haste is solidly built despite its boneless palm rest and glides smoothly across the trackpad.

Logitech G502 Hero SE – £35 from Amazon UK (was £80)

Another big sale event, another good deal on that outstanding all-rounder is the G502. This time for the Special Edition with white accents.

SteelSeries Aerox 3 – £35 from Amazon UK (was £60)

The Aerox 3’s compact size and low weight make it ideal for smaller hands, although anyone will appreciate its reliable performance and resistance to spills.

Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed – £37 from Amazon UK (was £60)

All the ergonomic comfort of the Razer Basilisk mouse, with both wireless capabilities and a lower price point. The Basilisk X Hyperspeed is also a good choice if you want a completely RGB-free gaming mouse.

Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless – £65 from Currys (was £85)

One of the best ambidextrous mouse options, the G903 is equipped with programmable buttons and uses the same exact 25K DPI sensor as the G502 Hero.

Logitech G Pro X Superlight – £95 from Laptops Direct (was £142)

Outwardly, the G Pro X Superlight doesn’t look too fancy, but it has a great sensor and weighs only 63g. That’s 47g less than the G903 Lightspeed Wireless.

Razer Viper V2 Pro – £127 from Amazon UK (was £150)

The Viper V2 Pro has some of the most satisfying push-button switches I’ve used on a gaming mouse, and they haven’t stopped it from weighing just 58g.


US transactions:

Logitech G203 Lightsync – $20 from Amazon US (was $40)

A budget RPS favorite. The G203 is a reliable no-frills wired mouse, and Amazon has it in a range of colors for $20.

Logitech G502 Hero – $35 from Amazon US (was $80)

Without a doubt, the best gaming mouse in the world at this price point. The G502 has it all: comfortable design, consistent and accurate sensors, loads of customizable buttons, and even adjustable weight.

Razer Naga X – $40 from Amazon US (was $80)

The MMO-focused Naga X is a more economical cousin of the Razer Naga Trinity. It doesn’t have the second swappable side button plates, but the layout you get is plenty for all your spells and items and the dancing icons are slick.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless – $67 from Amazon US (was $130)

Basically the G502 Hero, but wireless. And the G502 Hero is awesome, so it’s also a great mouse (even if it’s much more expensive than the wired version).

Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro – $67 from Amazon US (was $130)

Razer’s DeathAdder series is one of the oldest popular consoles on PC, and the V2 Pro shows why, with its comfortable shape, fast sensor, and large, chunky side buttons. It’s also a wireless mouse, with up to 70 hours of battery life when using the USB receiver.

Logitech G Pro Wireless – $90 from Best Buy (was $130)

A classic ambidextrous device, the G Pro Wireless feels incredibly fast and responsive for a wireless mouse. If you want a cable-free connection with minimal latency, it’s not much better than this.

Logitech G Pro X Superlight – $110 from Amazon US (was $160)

It doesn’t have the same input range as the G502 Hero, but the G Pro X Superlight shares a high-performance optical sensor while weighing much less than the average wireless mouse.

Razer Viper V2 Pro – $128 from Amazon US (was $150)

Again superleggera mouse with some of the best switches in the business. Unlike the Viper Ultimate on which it is based, this is not an ambidextrous design, but should serve right-handed people well.

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