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Ebuyer Corsair Gaming K95 Red Switches, Fully Backlit ect, £79.98

£79.98 @ Ebuyer
Cheapest I've ever seen one of these, it is a current model going by the new tramp stamp style logo and is around £50 cheaper than most other sellers. This is a top end mechanical board, only really b… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Cheapest I've ever seen one of these, it is a current model going by the new tramp stamp style logo and is around £50 cheaper than most other sellers. This is a top end mechanical board, only really bettered by the Corsair RGB models however the K95 RGB is around £150.

The Corsair Gaming K95 is a fully mechanical, backlit keyboard with 18 dedicated macro keys for exceptional gaming performance. The built-in Cherry MX Red switches deliver smooth, linear response for ultra fast double and triple taps without the audible click. Every key is individually lit for brilliant backlighting and easy customizability to highlight important functions. The black anodized brushed aluminum structure provides rugged durability and a professional-grade finish. 18 dedicated macro keys with three banks give you easy, single keystroke access to up to 54 of your favorite presets and key combos. Plus the 122Key Roll-over on USB and 100% Anti-Ghosting mean that every key you touch translates directly into the game.
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heat added. want the RGB one but not worth double the price so might grab one of these.

Edit: Have ordered for delivery tomorrow, dam this site making me spend so much money.

Edited By: chrisvenn on Jan 02, 2015 13:31: gone for it
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Does anyone have any info regarding this keyboard's warranty? I can't find anything on ebuyer or corsair's website.
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Connell97
Does anyone have any info regarding this keyboard's warranty? I can't find anything on ebuyer or corsair's website.
2 year according to corsairs website http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/vengeance-k95-fully-mechanical-gaming-keyboard
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Jak3rz
Connell97
Does anyone have any info regarding this keyboard's warranty? I can't find anything on ebuyer or corsair's website.
2 year according to corsairs website http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/vengeance-k95-fully-mechanical-gaming-keyboard
Yeah, I would assume it's the same as that, given the keyboards are pretty much identical, but the fact it doesn't actually mention a 2 year warranty on the product page is a little off putting. Especially with all the complaints posted on newegg about LEDs failing.

Edited By: Connell97 on Jan 02, 2015 15:46: Mistake
#5
Have been looking at this for a while it being on here would explain stock dropping from 10+ to 6 as well :P
Have also ordered one, people have been saying that the k95's being sold under the corsair gaming logo have been changed to improve the LED failure rate but not 100% sure on that, anyone else heard that?
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According to the Corsair forums the V2 of this keyboard had sorted the failing LED issue, hence my mention of this being the latest version in the OP.

As for warranty it is 2 years, and if you post on the Corsair forum they do a good job of sorting out any warranty problems ect, EBuyer also will sort everything out for the first month, which is when most peoples boards tend to start failing if they're going to.

chrisvenn
heat added. want the RGB one but not worth double the price so might grab one of these.

Edit: Have ordered for delivery tomorrow, dam this site making me spend so much money.

I've done the same, was looking for the best deal on the RGB when I found this.

Edited By: thel33ter on Jan 02, 2015 17:00
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Really wanted this :( OOS
#8
Got one of these earlier on, will go rather nice with the RAT 7 mouse I got from dabs yesterday.

Thanks for the post.
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thel33ter
According to the Corsair forums the V2 of this keyboard had sorted the failing LED issue, hence my mention of this being the latest version in the OP.

As for warranty it is 2 years, and if you post on the Corsair forum they do a good job of sorting out any warranty problems ect, EBuyer also will sort everything out for the first month, which is when most peoples boards tend to start failing if they're going to.

chrisvenn
heat added. want the RGB one but not worth double the price so might grab one of these.

Edit: Have ordered for delivery tomorrow, dam this site making me spend so much money.

I've done the same, was looking for the best deal on the RGB when I found this.
Great! I'm really glad I ordered one now :) Thanks OP.
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kuros
Got one of these earlier on, will go rather nice with the RAT 7 mouse I got from dabs yesterday.

Thanks for the post.

I need to find a mouse next and then my whole PC build is complete, spent far to much money on it :)
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chrisvenn
kuros
Got one of these earlier on, will go rather nice with the RAT 7 mouse I got from dabs yesterday.

Thanks for the post.

I need to find a mouse next and then my whole PC build is complete, spent far to much money on it :)

The Logitech Proteus Core is pretty well placed on Amazon at the minute, else some of the weird Chinese brand mice on there get excellent reviews, particularly the Utechsmart and Tecknet ones.
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thel33ter
chrisvenn
kuros
Got one of these earlier on, will go rather nice with the RAT 7 mouse I got from dabs yesterday.

Thanks for the post.

I need to find a mouse next and then my whole PC build is complete, spent far to much money on it :)

The Logitech Proteus Core is pretty well placed on Amazon at the minute, else some of the weird Chinese brand mice on there get excellent reviews, particularly the Utechsmart and Tecknet ones.

Thanks will look into the Logitech Proteus Core, not liking the idea of a weird Chinese brand mouse.

Any others people would recommend?

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