Razer Blackwidow V2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - £138.49 (10% off all Razer gaming equipment) @ Maplin
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Razer Blackwidow V2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - £138.49 (10% off all Razer gaming equipment) @ Maplin

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Edited by:"sallyteare"Found 28th Oct 2017
Maplin have 10% off all Razer gaming equipment plus if you reserve and collect in store you can get an extra £5 off £50 and £10 off £100! Until 31.10.17

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Also if you want to buy direct from Razer you can get £10 off all orders £99+ by signing up to there newsletter, they have some Halloween deals on too, free gifts with various items 🎃 razerzone.com/gb-…een
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Good spot but I think the reason why everyone is voting it cold is because the RRP is already a big rip off... so 10% isn’t enough to tempt...

Good effort anyway
Can someone recommend a good keyboard.

I know that you need to sacrifice something, but ideally:
- wireless
- without NUM pad
- mechanical

Useful but not crucial:
- wrist rest
- key lightning

If sacrifing wireless, then with USB passthrough to connect mouse receiver.

This one has also mini Jack, but not sure if I would use it.
Edited by: "bnwubnfguisr" 28th Oct 2017
bnwubnfguisr53 m ago

Can someone recommend a good keyboard.I know that you need to sacrifice …Can someone recommend a good keyboard.I know that you need to sacrifice something, but ideally:- wireless- without NUM pad- mechanicalUseful but not crucial:- wrist rest- key lightningIf sacrifing wireless, then with USB passthrough to connect mouse receiver.This one has also mini Jack, but not sure if I would use it.

Why do you need pathrough if you are just going to attach a wireless receiver to it? Just put the wireless receiver in the PC directly.
Original Poster
Seeing as tho this has gone cold....Do people think I’d be better off investing my money in a different brand? Recommendations welcome please
I bought this for my son a while ago and he hated it. The enter key is way smaller and he didn't like how the control button wasn't at the bottom left corner anymore. I sold it and bought a £15 cheap lookalike (with no clicky keys) and he prefers it. The lighting effects are cool but i think its overpriced for what it is
bnwubnfguisr3 h, 47 m ago

Can someone recommend a good keyboard.I know that you need to sacrifice …Can someone recommend a good keyboard.I know that you need to sacrifice something, but ideally:- wireless- without NUM pad- mechanicalUseful but not crucial:- wrist rest- key lightningIf sacrifing wireless, then with USB passthrough to connect mouse receiver.This one has also mini Jack, but not sure if I would use it.


There are very few keyboards that match your criteria.

The following is the closest match I'm aware of. I nearly purchased one myself. Hope this helps.

amazon.co.uk/DRE…694
138 quid for a keyboard... why? And I can't see the word Apple anywhere!
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