Grab the SteelSeries Rival 3 Gaming Mouse this Black Friday for just 22

Six buttons at your service.

One of the best, simplest ways to make sure your gaming equipment is keeping up with your lightning fast reactions is to have a reliable gaming mouse. And although our friends at Digital Foundry are keeping up with all of the significant deals popping up this Black Friday, the SteelSeries Rival 3 is available for just £22 over at Amazon.

SteelSeries are known for making great gaming accessories, and the Rival 3 is no different. A wire means you'll experience virtually zero lag, and its reasonable size is great for most users with medium-sized hands. It also comes in at a shockingly light 77 grams, meaning it won't (literally) weigh you down as fire down enemies in CS:GO or Apex Legends.

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It has a matte plastic finish, making it easier to grip, and also includes RGB lighting along with six programmable buttons. With the on-board memory, you can easily save your polling rate and keybinds. It's a perfect combination of style and substance. And as the cherry on top, it even has Digital Foundry's seal of approval as an excellent budget mouse. It's an optical mouse with SteelSeries' TrueMove core, which is a fancy way of saying it has the company's signature precision tracking.

With an extra helpful saving here, why not divert your budget to a new monitor or keyboard upgrade? There are new deals constantly popping up during the Black Friday sales, so be sure to keep an eye out on the Digital Foundry and Jelly Deals Twitter accounts for all updates. We're also regularly updating our Black Friday gaming deals guide with the best offers available from all corners of the net, including PC gaming peripherals, SSDs and tons of Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch deals.

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