Logitech Wireless Mouse M185 (Swift Grey)

(9 customer reviews)

Original price was: $15.57.Current price is: $13.99.

Last updated on 10:19 Details
  • Usb dongle should be in the battery compartment
  • Usb dongle should be in the battery compartment
  • Note : In case of Wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
Average Battery Life in hours

‎1 years



Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC

Operating System

‎Linux, Windows Vista, Chrome OS, Windows 10

Item Weight

‎1 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎6 x 8 x 2 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎6 x 8 x 2 inches



Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎2 AAA batteries required. (included)


‎Logitech, Inc

Country of Origin


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎November 5, 2018

9 reviews for Logitech Wireless Mouse M185 (Swift Grey)

  1. Sheila Otter

    My husband who it was for liked the smaller neater size.

  2. Amazon Customer

    haven’t had it long enough to rate battery life

  3. Jayman-TX

    Logitech wireless mouse is a must-have. They’re dependable and ergonomic. Perfect for big and small hands!

  4. Joe S

    I had a similar cordless mouse that quit working. It came as a combo package with a keyboard with a dongle shared by both pieces of hardware. When I tried to use the mouse with the combined dongle, the mouse didn’t operate, so I plugged the mouse dongle into another USB port and it’s been working correctly.

  5. Eric

    This is a nice wireless mouse, especially for the money. If you just want a nice wireless mouse without bells and whistles, get this one.

    However, I bought this mouse to replace the M185 mouse that I got as part of the K270 keyboard & mouse combo a couple years ago. That mouse developed a problem with the left-click switch, which I understand is common to Logitech mice. It lasted a couple years, and that’s not too bad considering what these cost.

    Anyhow, even though both my old mouse and new mouse have model number M185, the new mouse won’t pair with the nano receiver from my K270 combo, and I can’t pair the combo’s keyboard with the new M185’s nano receiver.

    I am using Solaar 1.1.4rc2 on KDE Neon Linux to try to make these pairings. Solaar’s “Supported products” web page says that certain M185 mice (this new one included) use non-standard nano receivers. So I can’t pair it with other receivers, and I can’t pair the keyboard to the new receiver.

    So, to be fair, my use case is not the usual use case. The mouse itself is really a nice basic wireless mouse for the money. And, by “basic”, I mean that it doesn’t have lights or extra function buttons. If you aren’t looking for a fancy gaming mouse with lights and extra programmable function buttons, this is a good mouse. I’d like it if they lasted longer, but for the money it’s hard to beat.

    But if you want to try to pair this mouse with other Logitech unifying or nano receivers, this isn’t the one. That’s why I rated it with four stars.

  6. Allison Heberlein

    This brand of product is always great! Works perfectly with the laptops I’ve had.

  7. Bob N.

    Works really well. Nice and smooth! No jerking.

  8. Shawna Rachelle

    I love this mouse. So easy to use! An instant connection with any laptop I use.

  9. SMAC

    The on/off switch is difficult to use.

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