Element Gaming Beryllium Mechanical RED Switch Gaming Keyboard + Free Precision Gaming Mat -  £39.99 delivered at eBuyer
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Element Gaming Beryllium Mechanical RED Switch Gaming Keyboard + Free Precision Gaming Mat - £39.99 delivered at eBuyer

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Found 25th May 2016
Decent gaming keyboard for the price. Includes Free delivery + Free Precision Gaming Mouse Mat.

Reviews are good too average of 9.1 /10 on Reevoo.

- Kailh Red Mechanical Switches
- Blue illumination with different effects
- Braided USB cable and detachable palm rest
- 8 extra Blue gaming keys

- Gold Plated USB Connecter
- Scroll Wheel Volume Control
- Removable Textured Wrist Support
- Blue LED Individual Key Backlight

Multi Backlight Patterns including
All Keys Illuminated
WASD & ARROWS Keys Illuminated
Individual Key Illumination When Pressed
Switch Type

- Kailh Red Mechanical Key Switches with Individual LED Lights

21 Comments

Been trying to avoid buying more computer parts but this is too good a deal !

What are kailh red switches like compared to cherry's?

scannell

What are kailh red switches like compared to cherry's?



​extremely similar

how does this compare?


Corsair CH-9000224-UK K30 Performance Red Backlit Gaming Keyboard - Black amazon.co.uk/dp/…XQQ

The corsair isn't mechanical if that's what you are looking for

A mechanical keyboard for £39.99? Hot.

AND it's a red switch - suits me!

how does this compare?Corsair CH-9000224-UK K30 Performance Red Backlit … how does this compare?Corsair CH-9000224-UK K30 Performance Red Backlit Gaming Keyboard - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015ZK1SBO/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_bZBrxb3NB8XQQ



The Corsair K30 is a silicon membrane keyboard, whereas the Element keyboard is a mechanical one, using Kailh red switches. Mechanical keyboards provide a superior typing experience, very unique as compared to membrane keyboard, it mimics the feeling of typing on a typewriter if that makes sense. £40 for a beginner mech is not bad at all, whereas £35 for a membrane keyboard is very expensive.

does red switches mean fairly quiet?

Looks like a knock off K70

does red switches mean fairly quiet?



No, brown and clears are the quiet ones, red is louder, blue is loudest if I'm not mistaken.

34 via flubit, buy i shall.

Wouldn't ever get a mouse pad without a gel wrist rest as I'd just get mini golf balls on my wrists again, so that would be chucked out, but that looks like a great price for a mechanical keyboard.

LED's will most likely die quick. I've actually just ordered from the same brand, mine's probably going to be even worse, it cost me £19.99. But I wanted a keyboard to match my setup (White/Blue) lol.

Hot. Consider getting a set of dampening O-rings for those kailhs.

Wish these were blue switches.

does red switches mean fairly quiet?


Red has no click or bump when pressed. You get a response faster this way but some people don't like the lack of a click!

If you're after quiet, then just get o-rings for the type of switch you prefer. None are really quiet otherwise.

What are kailh red switches like compared to cherry's?



Honestly....really good.

I'm a big fan of Cherry switches and have various keyboards with different types. We recently had a board with Kailh switches and they're very good. Apparently some of the early switches had consistency issues, but this seems to be entirely solved now.

As much as I'd love to fanboy over Cherry, I really can't fault Kalih these days.

Red are not for me, but this is a great price.
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 25th May 2016

I bought this keyboard a while ago and quite a few of the keys would stick and squeak also all the keys had a fair amount of sideways wobble which I could not get used to. I returned it after a couple of weeks of use but on the plus side Ebuyers returns service was really good.
Edited by: "random_man" 25th May 2016

oos.

Wish these were blue switches.



Got this as a spare to my dirt cheap Argos misprice - It's not too bad.

Sold out now. Was pondering. oops
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