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Replacement cords for mice

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Replacement cords for mice

Unread postby ExiledOne » 01 Dec 2018 20:10

I noticed the cord on my Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum is looking a little weathered in places. I was looking at buying another one (I really like the mouse) and found these:


Paracord (Ceesa): ... 0VMZca9jg/


They're replacement cables for mice that are supposed to be more flexible and lightweight than either the rubber or braided cables mice producers usually use. And they come in a wide variety of colours.

Seems like an easy fix too: ... n/e5r1irw/

PangoWin wrote:Pretty simple on most mice. Just open up the mouse (usually screws are underneath mouse feet), take out pcb, unplug old cable and plug in new one, apply heatshrink, and close the mouse back up. You can get the new cable from Ceesa if you're in EU or paraflexcables if you're in NA.

I believe the heatshrink is included.

There's a video too:

I guess the mouse in the video is the 'Ultralight'. I prefer heavier mice which is why I went with the G502 (you can add weights to it to make it heavier and by default it's already a bit on the heavy side).
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