Coolermaster MASTERKEYS L PBT - Cherry MX Brown - £64.99 @ Amazon
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Coolermaster MASTERKEYS L PBT - Cherry MX Brown - £64.99 @ Amazon

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Found 29th MarEdited by:"QSECOFR"
A good price for a well reviewed mech keyboard with Cherry MX browns and PBT keys.
Some may not like the fact it doesn't have LED lighting but that was a bonus for me as I just wanted a solid board that will last for a long time!



Features:

Cherry MX Switches - Guaranteed for 50 million keystrokes, Cherry MX switches give you the tactile preference you desire.
Superior PBT keycaps – Thick 1.5mm Polybutylene hard quality keycaps
Multiple OS: Switchable layout for Windows/MAC OSX/Linux Key layout
Switchable Layout –Switch between QWERTY/DVORAK/Workman Layouts by easy FN key combo’s
Sleek, minimalistic design - Refined symmetry and a heavy-weight quality build help keep things clean and simple. 6-Key plus N-Key Rollover – Ensures every key press is registered, your keyboard will not let you down.
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£75 for a keyboard?
Honestly...
Bal00chi43 m ago

£75 for a keyboard?Honestly...


It's a good price actually.
I have the TKL Hybrid variant of this.
I've turned the lights off on it.
Bal00chi1 h, 50 m ago

£75 for a keyboard?Honestly...


130 for mine....
I'm the same, hate all that RGB faff and other keyboard gimmicks. a professional looking mechanical keyboard is hard to come by in the UK, the tenkeyless even more so.
Edited by: "aarste" 29th Mar
Very tempted by this, although the Filco Majestouch 2 is giving me dirty looks, as is the Ducky one2
Just needs to be Cherry MX Brown,no rgb and all of the keys.
I have this keyboard for working. Does exactly what I want and nothing more. Really like the PBT keycaps, a set costs £20-30 on there own!
I really like the look of this keyboard but the lack of media keys is a bit disappointing - I like the play button on my crap 10 year old MS keyboard.
Edited by: "Halo" 30th Mar
Halo14 m ago

I really like the look of this keyboard but the lack of media keys is a …I really like the look of this keyboard but the lack of media keys is a bit disappointing - I like the play button on my shit 10 year old MS keyboard.


It may be a shame that there isn't dedicated media keys but I have to admit this probably works for me with the way I listen to music nowadays. Most of my listening is browser based so the odd time that I do listen to anything local on my PC I don't really mind having to press the FN key.
Problem with these Cherry brown mechanical switches is that they're ridiculously noisy. It would drive me nuts if I shared an office with someone using a keyboard like this:

Bal00chi29th Mar

£75 for a keyboard?Honestly...


Hahaha, probably be good for your health if you never visit reddit.com/r/m…rds

aarste29th Mar

I'm the same, hate all that RGB faff and other keyboard gimmicks. a …I'm the same, hate all that RGB faff and other keyboard gimmicks. a professional looking mechanical keyboard is hard to come by in the UK, the tenkeyless even more so.


Yes looks like they've improved the font a bit since it was the QuickFire range. My TK has served me well but my god the font is terrible. Pretty hard to find replacement shine through caps with the correct UK legends. Impossible if you include the strange num pad legends on the TK.

Halo4 h, 22 m ago

I really like the look of this keyboard but the lack of media keys is a …I really like the look of this keyboard but the lack of media keys is a bit disappointing - I like the play button on my crap 10 year old MS keyboard.


Media keys are on a function layer, so you just hold FN and tap Insert to play/pause for example.

Picard12318 m ago

Problem with these Cherry brown mechanical switches is that they're …Problem with these Cherry brown mechanical switches is that they're ridiculously noisy. It would drive me nuts if I shared an office with someone using a keyboard like this:[Video]


Browns aren't particularly loud, they're tactile not clicky. Quiet enough for an office unless it's like a crypt. Blues are the clicky variant.
Joshimitsu9151 m ago

Browns aren't particularly loud, they're tactile not clicky. Quiet enough …Browns aren't particularly loud, they're tactile not clicky. Quiet enough for an office unless it's like a crypt. Blues are the clicky variant.


Think it depends on how hard the keys are being smashed.
If they bottom out then they'll be noisy.
Uranus30th Mar

Think it depends on how hard the keys are being smashed.If they bottom out …Think it depends on how hard the keys are being smashed.If they bottom out then they'll be noisy.


Well that will be the same for any mechanical switch The sound of plastic hitting plastic/aluminium will be the same regardless of if there was a small tactile bump mid way down!

BadgerBaiter29th Mar

Very tempted by this, although the Filco Majestouch 2 is giving me dirty …Very tempted by this, although the Filco Majestouch 2 is giving me dirty looks, as is the Ducky one2 Just needs to be Cherry MX Brown,no rgb and all of the keys.


I'm eyeing up the Leopold FC980M which now has an ISO UK variant (e.g. mykeyboard.eu/cat…05/). I really like the "1800" type layouts but the Leopold layout does away with the second row above the num pad so the whole thing is smaller vertically. However since I built my own keyboard I'm loving be able to program it so I'm put off by the fact it's not programmable
Ooo I was wondering about the Leopolds... thanks for the heads up!!
£10 delivery for a keyboard? I wonder how overclockers get's any business. You should probably change the title and link to say £64.99 at amazon in case someone mistakenly buys it from overclockers.
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