Instructions

How to charge your mouse:
Plug the USB charging cable either in your PC or in a different power source and then connect it via the magnet. The battery LED blinking shows that it's charging. Once the green battery LED stops blinking, its fully charged. Charging takes about 3 hours and will last about 50h. The battery level indicator in Logitech's software does not work with this battery.
Charging
Green battery LED
   

 

 How to insert the USB Dongle:
Insert the USB dongle in an available USB slot in your PC.
USB dongle

 

 

 Software Installation:
 
Download Link to Logitech Gaming SoftwareMake sure to set the polling rate to 1000Hz.

  

 

How to turn on the mouse:
Sliding the switch to the side so that the blue area is visible, turns the mouse on. The blue LED indicates that.
*On mods based on the Logitech G603, make sure to slide the on/off switch not in the middle position but completely in the corner to be able to achieve a polling rate of 1000Hz.

Mouse switch

 

 

 How to apply the grip tape:
Remove the thin film from the grip tape and apply each on the correct side. (One has a cut-out for the side buttons)

Grip tape

Grip tape applied

 

 

 If you experience pretravel on any of the buttons, please get in contact with us here and we will guide you through a re-calibration.

 

 

 

Meaning of the LEDs:
The blue LED of the PCB indicates that the mouse has turned on or woke up from sleep mode. The mouse will switch into sleep mode within 5s of inactivity.
Blue LED

 

If you have a M1K Wireless or a M1K-W, make sure that M4 (front side button) is bound to LMB and M5 (back side button) is bound to RMB.
 
In case you have a newer design version, follow this link to calibrate your mouse buttons: