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Razer Blackwidow X Chroma RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for £69.99 delivered @ Box
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Razer Blackwidow X Chroma RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for £69.99 delivered @ Box

£69.99£109.9936% Free P&P FreeBox.co.uk Deals
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Posted 19th MayEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Nice keyboard on offer at Box. Was £109.99, now £69.99 which i think is the lowest it has been.

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Multi-award Wining Razer™ Mechanical Switch - Designed For Gaming

Designed specifically for gaming, Razer Mechanical Switches actuate at an optimal distance, giving you speed and responsiveness like never before. Razer Mechanical Switches have been lauded as the new standard for all mechanical gaming keyboards since their introduction.

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Military Grade Metal Top Construction
Constructed from military grade metal, the polished body of the Razer BlackWidow X Chroma is both rugged and durable, ensuring you’ll enjoy stellar performance even during the most intense gaming sessions.

Engineered For Durability - Up To 80 Million Key Strokes
No matter Razer Mechanical Switches have consistently proven themselves to be the best for gaming, delivering both top-notch performance and reliable durability without compromise. This very same Razer technology and design is now being manufactured in-house end to end, ensuring even stricter requirements are met for each switch produced, resulting in a life span of up to 80 million key strokes.

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Razer Chroma™ Customizable Backlighting - With 16.8 Million Color Options
The Razer BlackWidow X Chroma features individually programmable backlit keys with 16.8 million color options, all easily set through Razer Synapse. From preloaded lighting effects for different types of games, to your own custom uniquely programmed palette of colors, you can effortlessly enhance your gaming experience in a way that is unique only to you.

Military grade metal top construction

10 key roll-over anti-ghosting

Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording



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mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


I wouldn't say so. Try a mechanical keyboard and you will never go back to a "normal keyboard". You won't find hardly any mechanical keyboards for less than this (nothing by a reputable brand anyway).
Our son just bought the Steelserirs Apex Pro (replacing his K70) and that retails at £200.
mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


Not true, anyone who uses a PC for productivity can be instantly won over with a mehcanical keyboard!
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It's good to know the switches have an estimated lifespan, but I always wonder why keyboard manufacturers never mention anything about the longevity of their keycaps?
Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.
mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


Considering 'dedicated gamers' spend £1000-1500+ on a gaming computer, this doesn't seem half as bad
mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


I wouldn't say so. Try a mechanical keyboard and you will never go back to a "normal keyboard". You won't find hardly any mechanical keyboards for less than this (nothing by a reputable brand anyway).
Our son just bought the Steelserirs Apex Pro (replacing his K70) and that retails at £200.
mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


Not true, anyone who uses a PC for productivity can be instantly won over with a mehcanical keyboard!
marteee19/05/2020 19:08

Not true, anyone who uses a PC for productivity can be instantly won over …Not true, anyone who uses a PC for productivity can be instantly won over with a mehcanical keyboard!


The noise tho
mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


drop.com/buy…cap
blueflash19/05/2020 19:19

The noise tho


The noise of satisfaction!
(There are certain switches that are less audible - if you're in a shared office/environment, you should definiteyl use those so you dont annoy everyone else!)
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mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.



This is about as cheap as it goes for a branded mechanical keyboard. £70 is not alot to spend on a keyboard if you consider how long you will be using it for. its definitely worth it to invest in a good keyboard and mouse. I bought a K70 for £80, and i would never go back to cheap mushy remembrance
Mine cost £7 and it pretty much does the job
I've had this keyboard for almost 4 years now and it's still great, easy to clean
I have this keyboard, I think it’s over-rated... I mainly use it for coding and typing etc.. anyone know if blackwidow chroma 2 is better for typing?
Cheers mate, bought
Thanks for this! Great deal for a superb keyboard.
This or the ornata chroma I have on order from amazon for £54?
damn i just ordered a different keyboard yesterday, nowhere near as good a deal as this
good find!
Great price but with Razer green switches, definitely not for me. Heat for the price though, cheapest I've seen it.
mccririck19/05/2020 19:00

Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be …Looks lovely but if you can afford to spend this on a keyboard you must be a really dedicated gamer.


People spend a lot more than 70 quid on keyboards, myself included. Just depends on how much you actually use your PC, I use mine a LOT and not just for games so finding a keyboard you really like is worth every penny over the course its lifetime.
r0naldmacd0nald19/05/2020 21:29

This or the ornata chroma I have on order from amazon for £54?


am wondering the same ,as i bought the one on amazon and still waiting Razer Ornata Chroma Gaming Keyboard with Mecha Membrane Switches, RGB Chroma Backlight, Ergonomic Design, UK-Layout or this ? anyone recommend ?
Edit: looks like a rusting problem with this one ?
Edited by: "AdrianVaughan" 20th May
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r0naldmacd0nald19/05/2020 21:29

This or the ornata chroma I have on order from amazon for £54?


well the ornata is not mechanical
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At this price point, buy a keyboard with Cherry switches.
louiselouise19/05/2020 18:58

It's good to know the switches have an estimated lifespan, but I always …It's good to know the switches have an estimated lifespan, but I always wonder why keyboard manufacturers never mention anything about the longevity of their keycaps?


Keycaps can be easily replaced but switches can't; well they can if you can solder.
fadsarmy20/05/2020 01:30

Keycaps can be easily replaced but switches can't; well they can if you …Keycaps can be easily replaced but switches can't; well they can if you can solder.



I'm thinking more about key wear. Usually the key legends on keyboards wear out on me after a few months (though the Cherry board I'm using has held up well, a year later).
AdrianVaughan20/05/2020 00:05

am wondering the same ,as i bought the one on amazon and still waiting …am wondering the same ,as i bought the one on amazon and still waiting Razer Ornata Chroma Gaming Keyboard with Mecha Membrane Switches, RGB Chroma Backlight, Ergonomic Design, UK-Layout or this ? anyone recommend ? Edit: looks like a rusting problem with this one ?


Yes that’s the one I have on back order, after muddling through a few reviews I’m going to stick with ornata mecha - if it ever comes back into stock * edit* looks like due on the 28-May whoop whoop
Edited by: "r0naldmacd0nald" 20th May
I own this keyboard, better than previous models by far. The metal frame just gives it that more premium feel. Would reocmmend at this price, i bought one second hand for this price.
Other than the sound which is probat too distracting for me, whats the main benefit compared to membrane keyboards
matt_vans19/05/2020 19:07

I wouldn't say so. Try a mechanical keyboard and you will never go back to …I wouldn't say so. Try a mechanical keyboard and you will never go back to a "normal keyboard". You won't find hardly any mechanical keyboards for less than this (nothing by a reputable brand anyway).Our son just bought the Steelserirs Apex Pro (replacing his K70) and that retails at £200.


To be fair, keyboards all do the same thing and anything that works reliably will suffice for gaming. A mouse is a much more important investment especially if you play competitive titles. I’ve had both mech and mem boards and whilst I wouldn’t go back I wouldn’t have a huge problem playing with them. A bad mouse on the other hand is inexcusable.
Just need a good TKL keyboard man, why does everything have a numpad; I’m a gamer not an accountant .
gio_pi21/05/2020 23:33

To be fair, keyboards all do the same thing and anything that works …To be fair, keyboards all do the same thing and anything that works reliably will suffice for gaming. A mouse is a much more important investment especially if you play competitive titles. I’ve had both mech and mem boards and whilst I wouldn’t go back I wouldn’t have a huge problem playing with them. A bad mouse on the other hand is inexcusable.


So you agree with me that that you wouldn't go back then. All mice do the same thing too going by that theory but having something responsive yeah definitely. I don't know many people who have a premium gaming mouse but a cheap membrane keyboard though.
Check out the Wooting One. Very nice!
gio_pi21/05/2020 23:34

Just need a good TKL keyboard man, why does everything have a numpad; I’m a g …Just need a good TKL keyboard man, why does everything have a numpad; I’m a gamer not an accountant .


Try looking at the ducky one 2 mini
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