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Mechanical keyboard £23 Sold by ECOOPROO and Fulfilled by Amazon
Mechanical keyboard £23 Sold by ECOOPROO and Fulfilled by Amazon

Mechanical keyboard £23 Sold by ECOOPROO and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Mechanical keyboard using clone cherry blue switches from Amazon deal price only

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If it's got some decent key rollover then wow!.. TKL keyboards are not usually cheap.

It's actually £23.99

Got this keyboard, it's not bad at all! Would prefer if all the keys were one colour but it's solid and works perfectly.

Is there any good budget keyboards with brown switches?

Or budget Reds? (have Cherry Brown Logi G610 which I use for Gaming and Typing, wanna try Red for FPS-ing)


Edited by: "Phixx" 13th Jul

£18.99 today!

Have it, love it.
Prefer genuine Cherry Blues or Browns, but these are still great and definitely better to type/game on than other, non-mechanical KBs I've got (Logitech G310 and G11). Main difference is that they feel a bit 'heavier' to press and make considerably more 'clacky' noises, both of which aren't an issue or negative to me.
Also, it managed to survive a coffee bath (did have to leave it submerged in a box of rice overnight though).

Looks like this is the cheapest it's ever been.
Those lights will have to be turned off ASAP, it's a shame they can't all be one colour.

Blues are not my cup of tea.

despite that This looks like a steal and in UK format!

and its down to 15.99 now!!!!

Hot if you need a keyboard, extra hot if you like blues.

good find OP

Totally worth it

Syst3mzero

Blues are not my cup of tea.despite that This looks like a steal and in … Blues are not my cup of tea.despite that This looks like a steal and in UK format!and its down to 15.99 now!!!!Hot if you need a keyboard, extra hot if you like blues.good find OP



It is not 15.99. That is a different non-mechanical k/b. the mechanical at 18.99 has gone

The link takes you to a different 'mechanical feel' keyboard. Expired?

Settee

The link takes you to a different 'mechanical feel' keyboard. Expired?


under the 'in stock' message, there is 'A' and 'C'.
A - mechanical feel
C - mechanical @ £22.99 , and it's a US format.
Edited by: "mcek" 14th Jul

I would avoid US formats if you use other computers such as at college, uni or work as you can get used to keys in different places and it's easier to make mistakes and annoy yourself.

mcek

under the 'in stock' message, there is 'A' and 'C'.A - mechanical feelC - … under the 'in stock' message, there is 'A' and 'C'.A - mechanical feelC - mechanical @ £22.99 , and it's a US format.


there was a B which was 18.99 UK mechanical
Edited by: "rheumatoid" 14th Jul

rheumatoid

there was a B which was 18.99 UK mechanical


yes, i was just pointing out the differences at the latest 'real-time' position, where the link defaulted to the 'feel' version

Looks like the TKL is OOS. There is a VicTop on offer as well at £19.99 which feels the same as this one with the added benefit of being water resistant.

VicTop TKL Mech KB

Dam would have bitten for 18.99 oh well..

Not the same keyboard, expired.

£15.99 with prime today

lgn77

£15.99 with prime today


Not the same keyboard - the deal was for type 'B', not 'A' or 'C'. The £15.99 model is not mechanical.

Ajibee

Not the same keyboard - the deal was for type 'B', not 'A' or 'C'. The … Not the same keyboard - the deal was for type 'B', not 'A' or 'C'. The £15.99 model is not mechanical.



Thanks for the info, just cancelled my order
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