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Razer BlackWidow Chroma Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - £89.98 - Ebuyer

£89.98 @ Ebuyer
Awesome deal. Usually goes for £100+ This is the cheapest this item has ever been: The Razer BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboard was first launched in 2010 and quickly became the most popular an… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Awesome deal. Usually goes for £100+

This is the cheapest this item has ever been:

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The Razer BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboard was first launched in 2010 and quickly became the most popular and highest selling gaming keyboard worldwide, making its mark as the primary choice for eSports athletes. Four years later, the Razer Mechanical Switch was introduced, giving the Razer BlackWidow an even greater advantage with the world's first mechanical switch designed from the ground up specifically for gaming. This enabled gamers to take their skill to the next level with more speed and precision than ever before.

Features:
- All-new Razer Mechanical Switches
- Greater durability
- 80 million keystroke life span
- Chroma backlighting with 16.8 million customizable color options
- Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording
- 5 additional dedicated macro keys
- Razer Synapse enabled
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6 Likes #1
Good spot, this is also available from Amazon UK for the same price, for those that prefer Amazon..
Razer BlackWidow Chroma Gaming Keyboard £89.98 @ Amazon
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/razer-blackwidow-chroma-gaming-keyboard-89-98-amazon-2690102
2 Likes #2
Just ordered it from Amazon. Prefer their CS over Ebuyers
#3
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
8 Likes #4
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?


In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
1 Like #5
Isn't this the same deal posted a little earlier (11 hours ago) which has gone cold?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/razer-blackwidow-chroma-gaming-keyboard-89-98-amazon-2690102
Edited: different seller.


Edited By: tonka2 on May 13, 2017 20:07
#6
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.

Semi-serious! My point was "machines press them at an insanely fast rate" is in no way an accurate measure of real world use, to the point that the figure is meaningless. Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.
1 Like #7
Wonder what Razer green switches are like? Unfortunately I couldn't justify it, even at this price. I'll stay with my £20 Outemu Blue Havit RGB German keyboard!

Wish there was a way I could road-test the different switches....I like the feel of these Blues but hate the racket they make!
#8
Yas
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
Semi-serious! My point was "machines press them at an insanely fast rate" is in no way an accurate measure of real world use, to the point that the figure is meaningless. Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.

I believe the idea is that if it can last under those conditions then under normal use conditions it would last longer. Basically something that sounds insane to someone and another reason to push them to buying it :)
#9
tonka2
Isn't this the same deal posted a little earlier (11 hours ago) which has gone cold? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/razer-blackwidow-chroma-gaming-keyboard-89-98-amazon-2690102
Edited: different seller.
Same keyboard, different seller, that's why I posted it above earlier, strange that its cold because its Amazon though..
#10
Yas
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
Semi-serious! My point was "machines press them at an insanely fast rate" is in no way an accurate measure of real world use, to the point that the figure is meaningless. Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.


Its not meaningless, first you can use it as comparison between different keyboard, for example if this keyboard break at 80mil press, but average keyboard take 120mil plus then you can see there is a problem with durability. and if it taken 80mil machine press, then you can be confidence its not going break in 40 million press in real world and its arguable super fast machine pressed is more damaging than human key press. bottom line is it give a great indication of the items durability. If this is meaningless, company like samsung/dyson etc wont spend millions and millions on test like there

Edited By: sion22 on May 14, 2017 14:52
2 Likes #11
louiselouise
Wonder what Razer green switches are like? Unfortunately I couldn't justify it, even at this price. I'll stay with my £20 Outemu Blue Havit RGB German keyboard!

Wish there was a way I could road-test the different switches....I like the feel of these Blues but hate the racket they make!


Slightly heavier than cherry MX blues and so clicky.
#12
Any good mouse deals to go along with this?
#13
Why dont have option for US layout , as the razerzone official site .Doesnt matter which region you choose always has an option for US Nordic UK .. etc. :(
#14
kitana8
Yas
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
Semi-serious! My point was "machines press them at an insanely fast rate" is in no way an accurate measure of real world use, to the point that the figure is meaningless. Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.
I believe the idea is that if it can last under those conditions then under normal use conditions it would last longer. Basically something that sounds insane to someone and another reason to push them to buying it :)

That's great but is that same as withstanding excessive pressure placed on keys? I have a tendency to push the "W" key to the max when playing FPS games, as a result the keys on my Steelseries Apex are now at breaking point.
#15
mudddy
kitana8
Yas
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
Semi-serious! My point was "machines press them at an insanely fast rate" is in no way an accurate measure of real world use, to the point that the figure is meaningless. Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.
I believe the idea is that if it can last under those conditions then under normal use conditions it would last longer. Basically something that sounds insane to someone and another reason to push them to buying it :)
That's great but is that same as withstanding excessive pressure placed on keys? I have a tendency to push the "W" key to the max when playing FPS games, as a result the keys on my Steelseries Apex are now at breaking point.

Maybe goes under the average user lol although I used to play starcraft years ago and destroyed my S and D keys lol
#16
I've had this keyboard for about a year, very happy with it. Really bright lighting too.
#17
Yas
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
Semi-serious! My point was "machines press them at an insanely fast rate" is in no way an accurate measure of real world use, to the point that the figure is meaningless. Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.

Ever been to ikea where they display the machine opening and closing a cupboard door? It's too imply quality
#18
I don't see that it's the same price on Amazon?
missing something?

Razer BlackWidow Chroma Gaming Keyboard Clicky Mechanical Switches, Programmable and 5 Macro Keys, RGB Chroma Multi-Colour Backlit (UK Layout) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OBPTZ6U/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qmxgzbXWMQGSF
#19
robertmellink
I don't see that it's the same price on Amazon?
missing something?

Razer BlackWidow Chroma Gaming Keyboard Clicky Mechanical Switches, Programmable and 5 Macro Keys, RGB Chroma Multi-Colour Backlit (UK Layout) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OBPTZ6U/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qmxgzbXWMQGSF


OOS on Amazon most likely
#20
hybridandy
robertmellink
I don't see that it's the same price on Amazon?
missing something?

Razer BlackWidow Chroma Gaming Keyboard Clicky Mechanical Switches, Programmable and 5 Macro Keys, RGB Chroma Multi-Colour Backlit (UK Layout) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OBPTZ6U/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qmxgzbXWMQGSF


OOS on Amazon most likely


OOS? after market?
1 Like #21
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
I'm not sure if you ever heard of joking?
#22
Even at 1000 presses every day, it's claiming a 220 years lifespan! It's just silly that's all.

Anyone playing an fps for 3 hours a day would more likely be hitting about 10000 presses :)
#23
M1LFHunter
Hedja
Yas
Love the "80 million keystroke life span". How can they tell? Is there some bloke in Thailand who's spend the last five years tapping away on the letter "s" until it breaks?
In case that's a serious question: they usually have machines press them at an insanely fast rate as part of their R&D and QA.
I'm not sure if you ever heard of joking?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe%27s_law

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