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These Razer DeathAdder deals for Prime Day are ridiculously cheap, and we're not sure if it's allowed to be honest

These Razer DeathAdder deals for Prime Day are ridiculously cheap, and we're not sure if it's allowed to be honest
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The Razer DeathAdder range has seen a massive price cut in honor of Prime Day, and you can currently save up to 60% on some of the most popular gaming mice out there. Happy Monday, I guess!

The most oh-my-goodness-drop-whatever-you're-doing deal would have to be the DeathAdder Essential sale that gets you the entry-level mouse for $19.99 rather than $50. That's absurd, frankly. Although it's not as fast as the likes of the Viper (the Viper Mini has also been cut back to $19.99, as it happens), it's a really great offer nonetheless if you want something reliable and don't need the latest or greatest pointer.

If you do want the newest and most accurate of the bunch, the DeathAdder V2 will be your jam. It's been reduced to $37.99 in the US instead of $70, while the UK version has tumbled to £40 overall. It's one of our top picks for the best gaming mouse, so you know you're getting the highest possible quality.

No matter what, either would be a good choice to pair with Prime Day laptop deals.

Razer DeathAdder deals

Razer DeathAdder Essential | $50 $19.99 at Amazon
After a 60% price cut, this DeathAdder Essential deal is ideal for anyone wanting a good gaming mouse on a budget (at $20, it's exceptionally good value). Just remember, it's not as quick as more modern DeathAdders.
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Razer DeathAdder V2 | $70 $37.99 at Amazon
There was a time when the DeathAdder range ruled the roost when it came to gaming mice, but now it's been supplanted - the DeathAdder V2 is better in every way. See our 5-star Razer DeathAdder V2 review if you don't believe me.
UK deal: £70 £40 at Amazon
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Hunting down other discounts? Be sure to drop in on our guide to the best Prime Day TV deals, Prime Day PS5 deals, and Prime Day board game deals. As for a wider roundup of deals (including gadgets, coffee machines and mattresses), then head on over to our friends at TechRadar.

Benjamin Abbott

As one of the site's Hardware Editors, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from Metro.co.uk and PC Gamer to TechRadar), and have worked at GamesRadar+ since 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.