Save more than 50% off the Logitech G903 wireless gaming mouse this Black Friday weekend

The Logitech G903 is down to £58 in the UK and $85 in the US

Would you like fewer cables in your life? Then having a wireless mouse is a good place to start, and you can make a great saving on this Logitech G903 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse, which is down to £57.99 at Amazon UK this Black Friday weekend. That's more than 50 percent off its usual £129.99 RRP. For those in the US, the price reduction isn't quite as dramatic, but when you can save $65 and get it from GameStop for $84.99, that's not a bad deal at all.

The G903 is a strong, generalist gaming mouse. Its performance, speed and accuracy are all excellent, its got a mouse wheel you can switch between stepped and smooth scrolling, as well as high-quality, clicky buttons.

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If you're worried about the battery life of a wireless product, then this mouse boasts ten times the battery efficiency of previous generations - that translates to 140 hours of gameplay using the RGB lights, or 180 hours without. It's also got an extra magic trick: you can keep it charged with the use of a Logitech PowerPlay Wireless Charging Mouse Pad. You'll need to buy that separately of course, but it's currently 20 percent off and down to £88.40 at Amazon UK

It also comes with 11 programmable buttons, which are all configurable to suit however you use it or which hands, possible due to its ambidextrous design. To make you feel better about all the things you're buying over Black Friday, this mouse is also certified Climate Pledge Friendly by Amazon so the product's manufacturing meets sustainability standards and helps preserve the natural world.

With the savings from this mouse, if you're looking for further upgrades to your PC set-up, we've also rounded up the best PC deals for Black Friday 2021. Also be sure to give Jelly Deals a follow on Twitter for even more deals going on this Black Friday weekend.

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