Logitech G610 mechanical keyboard at Amazon for £42.99
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Logitech G610 mechanical keyboard at Amazon for £42.99

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Found 24th Nov 2016Made hot 24th Nov 2016
Cherry MX Brown.

White back lit.

Standard size.

Appears an awesome deal, ordered.

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Grabbed one, excellent price! I was looking at this earlier today and based off it's previous pricing I didn't expect much under £70.00 but daaaaamn
Edited by: "Carnavas" 24th Nov 2016

I'd grab one if I didn't already have 2 mechs X)

Bought! I'll give it a go thanks!

Been waiting for a cherry mx switches for months under £50! Wohooo! Thanks!

incredible, black friday has had an early start!

Really good deal. Lowest I've ever seen a Cherry MX keyboard for.

awesome find!

Or you can get the G910. For some reason I cannot submit a deal at the moment but these are normally around £130. If you want one from the Amazon warehouse Deals you can get 20% off of £76.79 bringing it down to £61.43. Click on the 'used' link and select the one that is in original pristine packaging.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…56P

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bouttime2

Or you can get the G910. For some reason I cannot submit a deal at the … Or you can get the G910. For some reason I cannot submit a deal at the moment but these are normally around £130. If you want one from the Amazon warehouse Deals you can get 20% off of £76.79 bringing it down to £61.43. Click on the 'used' link and select the one that is in original pristine packaging.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01G5Y27VY/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used&m=A2OAJ7377F756P



Too big for my desk though.

best deal I have seen in a long time for a mechanical keyboard heat

why is this so expensive? k270 is wireless and costs only 15-20£

Do I need it! No. Do I want it? YES aarrgghh

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danflorin3

why is this so expensive? k270 is wireless and costs only 15-20£



Its mechanical.

WOW. What a deal, bought. Thanks for the heads up!

Man really wanted a corsair rgb lux brown switch but those are £100 more than this!

Finally, I after a mech keyboard for so long and one of the ones I like the most gets a deal like this. Hard to say no... thanks

Wow - if I didnt already have a mech keyboard Id buy it!

Just glad it's not MX Blue because then I'd have yet another mech keyboard (Cherry MX gotta catch em all).

Bought and heat added, thanks. been looking for something to replace my gigabyte osmium which failed. since I picked it up for £50 I've been waiting on a deal like this

Whatever happened to big ENTER key?

Amazon stock photo shows the US layout version that is why, you'll get the UK version.

Edited by: "ShroomHeadToad" 24th Nov 2016

Dacra

Its mechanical.


Just out of curiosity, is there any particular technical reason to prefer mechanical over electronic?
Or is it just the feel and sound of mechanical keyboard , as some people might prefer it? Thank you.

Great price thanks I've ordered one! Looks to be OOS for now but price is still holding.

very good price

Not bad at all for a proper mechanical keyboard, tempted to replace my g105

gone!

says from £99.99 now

jaques_kalis

Just out of curiosity, is there any particular technical reason to prefer … Just out of curiosity, is there any particular technical reason to prefer mechanical over electronic?Or is it just the feel and sound of mechanical keyboard , as some people might prefer it? Thank you.




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Expired, ran from midnight to 11am.

Still super pleased I got one.

Noooooo found the thread at 11:01.

damn it late to the party too. Great find

jaques_kalis

Just out of curiosity, is there any particular technical reason to prefer … Just out of curiosity, is there any particular technical reason to prefer mechanical over electronic?Or is it just the feel and sound of mechanical keyboard , as some people might prefer it? Thank you.



All keyboards are electronic (as in they pass electricity from place to place), when we say mechanical we mean how the switches for each key work. Most keyboards use a rubber membrane (sheet of rubber) which you then press down on and it squishes two contacts together to register a key press. These cost a few pennies to make the entire keyboard but offer little feedback, as in they don't make a noise when you press them and the only way to tell you've pressed a key is you're jamming your finger into the solid backplate (which hurts, try poking a desk).

Mechanical keyboards use mechanical switches, as in some bits of metal actually move and make contact when you press the keys down. They audibly click when they're pressed halfway down and you can feel the point at which they activate through your fingers. They're generally regarded as better but cost way more to produce, like tens of pennies per switch, and there are 100 or so.

Damn, had this in my basket, but it's gone out of stock, cheapest is now £99

Not having much like with Black Friday this year...
Edited by: "AndySX" 24th Nov 2016

Great price for a mech kb + reputable make.

I have the G910 Orion Spark, can't fault it at all.

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Arrived today
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