Can you replace the battery in Logitech's G502 Lightspeed mouse?

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Can you replace the battery in Logitech's G502 Lightspeed mouse?

Best answer: No, you can't get a replacement battery for a Logitech G502 Lightspeed. However, you can get a replacement of the mouse during the two-year warranty period that Logitech offers.Awesome wireless: Logitech G502 Lightspeed ($150 at Amazon)

What should you do if your battery is damaged?

If the battery in your Logitech G502 Lightspeed mouse is busted or not working correctly, there's no way that you can get it repaired or replaced, as Logitech does not offer spare parts or a repair service for the mouse.

However, if the issue starts happening within two years after the date of your purchase, you can take advantage of the two-year warranty that Logitech includes with purchases of the G502 Lightspeed and have a brand new replacement mouse sent to you, free of charge. To file a warranty claim, head on over to this webpage. For information on what Logitech will ask you to provide to make the process go smoothly, check out its FAQ. One very important thing you'll want to hang on to is the receipt you got when you bought the mouse.

Why get a Logitech G502 Lightspeed?

There are tons of good reasons why the Logitech G502 Lightspeed is a fantastic wireless mouse, despite the fact you can't replace the battery outright. Chief among them is the fact that it has a hyper-accurate optical sensor that can be adjusted between 100 and 16,000 DPI, which gives players a huge range of settings to choose from.

In addition, it also comes with 11 customizable buttons that are amazing if you like using macros in games. The mouse itself also has a sturdy, durable build, and the battery can last anywhere between 48–60 hours (depending on how much you use the small RGB light) which means you'll be able to get over a week of play time out of it before you need a recharge. It's a pricey gaming mouse, but it's worth every cent.

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