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Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard, RGB Backlit, Qwerty UK Layout - Black, £31.99 at Amazon(£28.80 for students)
Updated 2 h, 7 m agoLast updated 2 h, 7 m ago by alexmonkeychops
Prime Student Members Get an Extra 10% Off selected Logitech Product Range • Customisable RGB lighting zones with 16.8 million colours. • Spill-resistant design for easy cleanup.… Read more

the amazon student deal is already posted here:


This was £45 yesterday and I held off. Glad I did because now I'm getting it £15 cheaper. Gonna test it out all weekend at a LAN. I know it's a cheap board but I haven't got on with my mechanical keyboard.


When do these deals expire?


No, It's zoned


As someone who hates mechanical keyboards this keyboard was a God send when I found it. Had it for a couple of months now and really enjoying using it.

SteelSeries Apex 300 Gaming Keyboard (UK English), £24.98 delivered at CCL
Updated 17th MarLast updated 17th Mar by Hannibalateam
cheapest I could find. Low profile keys for great feel with short travel distance and fast response time Ergonomically elevated F and macro keys SteelSeries Engine drives everyt… Read more

Cheers, @Fearone, went to eBay, 24.99, plus a £10 voucher randomly popped up. Very happy. Heat


Its down to 19.99 now


24.99 on eBay


i have had this for 2 years and its great,good for gaming and the low profile has managed to stop my wrist pain,the price is very good i would highly recommend this,steelseries i find is a good overall supplier


Yes it does, but I think my mum wipes it off, as I know they clean my room every time I'm away. But definitely does and the dust really sticks out on the glossy parts.

Corsair K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard w/ Free Delivery @ Currys PC World free c&c - £44.99
Updated 14th MarLast updated 14th Mar by Shrekfan
Product features Anti-ghosting 6 programmable buttons Multicolour backlit keys Ergonomic design The bundle price with the CORSAIR Harpoon RGB Optical Gaming Mouse is £69.9… Read more

Budget k95 lol, cost around the same as pbt keycaps


Nice keyboard for the design, RGB lighting and brand but it's a lot of money for a membrane keyboard isn't it?




I am just a gamer but love a good deal especially on digital so I know exactly what you mean :)


Hehe ^_^ I do understand some of the opinions when it comes to the games, (whether I agree or not) such as Anthem - but again some are based off reviews so it’s best to keep my opinions to myself and hope someone enjoys the deal :P

Corsair K68 RGB Mechanical Keyboard (Cherry MX Reds) - £90.24 @ Amazon
Updated 14th MarLast updated 14th Mar by dillsa1299
Only 25p more than the tkl version. Edit: MX Blue variant can be had for £87.98
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Been keeping an eye on mechanical keyboards for my brother. Been this price for about a week now.


I think, from what I can tell the 68 is plastic case and the 70 is aluminium. I have a K70 and the keyboard is fantastic but kinda regretting not getting RGB at the time.


What's the difference between the K68 and the K70?


How'd you find that? (highfive) heat added.

SteelSeries Apex M750, Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, RGB Illumination, 6 Macro Keys, PC / Mac, UK Layout, £79.99 delivered at Overclockers
Updated 13th MarLast updated 13th Mar by Benjamin_Arnott
Free delivery. Specification Compatibility PC/Mac Cable Length 2m Switch type SteelSeries QX2 Connector Type USB Documentation Type Quick Start Guide Sample of Documentation N/A … Read more

Mecha membrane is where it's at. The feel of a mechanical without the obnoxious noise


The reaction time is faster for mechanical keyboards as the key is activated half way though the keypress rather than when it hits the membrane. Also less pressure is required to activate the key. There are 3 types of Mechanical keyboards - Linear, fastest reacting and quiet; bumpy, still fast but gives a tactile feel when keypress has been activated and clickly where you can hear when it has been activated. The cheapest are the clicky ones. If you are not a touch typist and press the keys hard they will make a sound, but if you can control your keypresses this should be a quiet keyboard. Mechanical keys will last virtually for ever and will perform consistently. They do not stress the fingers if you type correctly as they will not hit the base of the keyboard to activate, which is what you get with the non mechanical keyboards. I deal with so many people who develop hand/finger problems by using the cheap membrane keyboards normally used.


I don't get it either, I've tried it, it's just loud, maybe feels a bit better when clicking the keys, tad more responsive, in professional gaming sure, but I vow to my razer deathstalker, had it for 5 years and still so nice lol


What do people see in mechanical keyboards? :/. When we play online all you can hear on discord is people's keyboards going off in the background. Can anyone explain the purpose of these over, say, a membrane keyboard like the razor chroma?


Been using this for a few months now, ok for gaming, colours look pretty but it's terrible for typing on, I make so many more mistakes with these keys than any other keyboard I've used.

ADX Firefight K01 Gaming Keyboard & Optical Gaming Mouse Bundle £39.99 @ Currys
Updated 9th MarLast updated 9th Mar by steven.smithN1d
Keyboard is 49.99 Mouse is 29.99 So you get the keyboard for £10 basically but if theres no stock then ask in-store and they can give you the bundle for the online price 39.99… Read more

Thanks cattle. (y)


Just type "mech Keyboard" into amazon -,aps,130&sr=8-21,aps,130&sr=8-32,aps,130&sr=8-38 2 of those are even RGB (for that classical "mugs eyeful" that people seem so fond of (pirate) ).


Any chance of a link?


This keyboard has recently been £16.99 and the mouse similar/lower price to the keyboard.


Can get a mech for that money. Not voted either way.

Ducky One2 TKL Horizon Blue Cherry MX Switch USB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, £98.69 delivered at Overclockers
Updated 7th MarLast updated 7th Mar by d3vrim
Delivery included. The Ducky One 2 TKL Horizon is a compact gaming keyboard with a minimalist exterior, a range of useful features in addition to the sought after and premium… Read more

The site says UK layout however the pictures shows a US layout (Small enter button). Anybody know which it is?


Got a ducky tenkeyless and its fantastic, just wish i had got blues instead of brown though, but thats just personal preference


Well there is mx silent and mx browns which have much quieter click compared to the blue ones. They are all much noisier than a membrane but some of them you dont need to swap for membrane when u play at night. Just sayin.


This is not even backlit, is that too much to ask for 99 quid?


"Noisy" is actually a feature. Anybody shopping for mech keyboard knows or should know the difference between at least basic 3 types of switches (red, brown and blue).

LOGITECH G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Romer-G with USB Pass Through, UK Layout £44.79 at Currys-with code
Updated 4th MarLast updated 4th Mar by 3anana
DISCOUNT CODE - 20% off marked price. Enter code LOGIGAMING20 at checkout

The 513 has RGB, wrist rest and offers a few choices in switches.


If you can't get it delivered you won't get it at this price.


100 :D


would of had this if it was RGB to go with my G403 mouse


Does anyone know what the main difference between the g513 and the g413 is?

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MSI Vigor GK80 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Red - UK Layout, £89.96 at CCLOnline
Updated 2nd MarLast updated 2nd Mar by Tacavas
Good deal for a mechanical keyboard from MSI . Cherry MX RGB Red Switches backed with Lightweight aluminum construction Full RGB LED Illumination, millions of colors and severa… Read more

Sure, be well :)


it was showing without VAT nvm me (embarrassed)



Hokukdeals doesn't allow search results they have both red and silver switches, updated link to product page. It's all there mate :{


Your comment, own it or admit you were wrong :)

Logitech G513 RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Romer-G Tactile Key Switches (UK Layout), £79.99 at Currys-with code
Updated 1st MarLast updated 1st Mar by Saif106
DISCOUNT CODE - 20% off marked price. Enter code LOGIGAMING20 at checkout

Ah fair enough. This logitech looks like a really good option but all I can see online is people complaining about the keycaps and romer g


Won it on eBay :)


Where did you get it at such a low price?


I've literally just bought a hyper X alloy FPS RGB for £50


Why is it expired? It still worked just fine for me.

Obins Anne Pro 2 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Blue/Brown/Red Switches - Both wired or wireless via Bluetooth 4.0 - £52.17 @ Banggood
Updated 28th FebLast updated 28th Feb by seanyuen
These 60% keyboards are more popular than ever now! The Anne Pro 2 is an awesome alternative to the Ducky One 2 Mini, which is currently hugely popular due to popular E-Sports end… Read more

Probably cause it isn't a £199 Razer Huntsman Elite!


Why is this cold? From what I’ve seen the Anne Pro 2 is one of the best value keyboards out there, and this is a good price for i


Have some heat! Only thing I don't like about ANNE is that the firmware isn't open source. If it ran something like TMK/QMK it would be even more of a steal.


ANSI layout like most of the keyboards on Banggood/Gearbest, but if you can get over that then they're pretty swish. For those who need a big enter key in the euro style you're looking for the search term ISO.

SteelSeries Apex 300 Gaming Keyboard (UK English), £24.98 delivered at CCL
Updated 28th FebLast updated 28th Feb by PizzaTheHutt
SteelSeries Apex 300 Gaming Keyboard (UK English), £24.98 delivered at CCL
Ignore the starting price, still cheapest I could find. Low profile keys for great feel with short travel distance and fast response time Ergonomically elevated F and macro keys … Read more

I love this keyboard tried a few mechanicals cheap ones and sick of them.. all the nasty ping noise These have larger keys than most keyboards but once you get used to them its hard to go back mechanicals overrated


I hear the keys on these ones are too close together, feel super mushy and get worse with time


It says "UK English" layout, but the pictures shown are not... e.g. small enter key, the shift+number functions are wrong etc... Does anyone know if they actually supply a proper UK keyboard with all buttons in right places and most importantly a full size key (I tired a US keyboard with small enter once and just couldnt get used to it)? Thanks in advance :)


My Cherry Blues lasted about 2 minutes before I was told to just take it home......


It looks odd, but it's actually quite good, the extra depth on the space bar make it easier to press while typing. I've been using one of these at the office for the last year and I really like it (since a mechanical keyboard would be a little anti-social!)

Ducky One2 TKL Horizon Blue Cherry MX Switch USB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, £98.69 delivered at Overclockers
Updated 27th FebLast updated 27th Feb by wide
On pre-order. The Ducky One 2 TKL Horizon is a compact gaming keyboard with a minimalist exterior, a range of useful features in addition to the sought after and premium Cherr… Read more

Oso: Ignore layouts in kbd pics, they always ship correct region-specific. /msg


not brown


What did you replace it with? I'm looking a for a full sized mechanical keyboard as well.


Kids are going crazy over ducky boards due to certain Twitch streamers using them, I bought a Ducky One2 Mini for £115 last month but I missed having dedicated arrow keys and even function keys too much, put it up on eBay and was offered £165 for it within an hour, seems like I could have got more if I was greedy but I was more than happy to get that for it :D The actual quality of these boards is really nice and the PBT keys feel really satisfying to type on, personally I like mx browns the most.


Yeah I bought one of these from OcUK and it was UK layout. I ended up selling it and replacing with a Corsair K63 since I missed having media keys, and with no backlighting it was hard to game in the dark, but it's a quality keyboard, and the blues are lovely to type on.

Wireless Gaming Keyboard & Optical Mouse Set - £11.79 from eBay / justopeshop
Updated 25th FebLast updated 25th Feb by cahir
The new GAMER WS880 is your ideal partner for a better gaming experience. With the supplied 2.4 Ghz, installation free wireless nano adapter means you can now enjoy a wire-free en… Read more
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Did you paid with paypal ? Are you not registed for free returns ?


Same here, both keyboard and mouse are laggy as f%$k. Sending it back.


Urgh .. this has to go back as well. The mouse is unusable. Although for £11.79,and likely having to pay the return postage, i'm half tempted to try and sell it in cash converters. i'd probably end up with the same amount of money ..


The one thing i am finding is that the mouse sometimes freezes - it might be because i'm pressing the DPI button accidentally but every now and again the mouse pointer just stops. and now it's doing it all the time, to the point of becoming unusable


it's weird because i also got mine today and so far it seems fine - no delays at all. the mouse is very plasticky - didn't realise how cheap it would actually seem. My one gripe so far is that it does tend to slip and slide around my computer desk quite a bit but i might be able to sort that with some sellotape I suppose. so far, so good though. won't get rid of my microsoft wireless 800 keyboard set though, just in case.

*IN STOCK* Razer Huntsman Elite Opto-Mechanical RGB Gaming Keyboard & Wristrest, £158.72 @ Amazon
Updated 21st FebLast updated 21st Feb by LordHippos
I’ve been on the hunt for a new gaming keyboard for the past week or so, and I just can’t stay away from Razer. Their stuff feels great, looks amazing and is admittedly a bit of a … Read more
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Heat added. I don't know why I am spending £160 on a keyboard, but order placed. My trusty K70 RGB has started having a problem with double typing keys when I press them sometimes. Had it for 3 years so unfortunately it's out of warranty. This one looks good should receive it by Monday :)


Yep, for me it's more about typing pleasure. Mine are the green switches, they're a cross between membrane and mechanical. The thing I love the most about it is the vibrant colours shining between the keys.


Now in stock at this price! Edited, thanks Rob


Well now it's straight up in stock, so that's cool


I think you would see a major difference on this compared to the Ornata. I believe the Ornata isn't actually mechanical, it's membrane which is alot slower for sure. Some people actually prefer membrane in general but for gaming mechanical is definitely better. This would type a lot louder and faster and would be a lot more clicky. Not to say the Ornata isn't good for you or an excellent piece of kit either! It's just a different type of keyboard to this one ^^ Razer make nice keyboards, end of

STEELSERIES Apex M750 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard & Rival 310 Gaming Mouse Bundle - £119.99 @ PC World
Updated 18th FebLast updated 18th Feb by LordHippos
Good offer here. Keyboard RRP: £149.99 Mouse RRP: £59.99 Saving: £89.99
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Echoing the above comments, I'd probably buy this at this price, but no stock within 50 miles :(


Very good deal. Sadly not in stock within 50 miles of Islington


Thats HUKD for ya.


5 hours had passed so guess price may have changed.


I posted same deal last summer, unfortunately my deal been cold. ;)

Steel Series Apex 300 Keyboard - £19.99 @ CCLOnline
Updated 14th FebLast updated 14th Feb by parsimony
I have had an Apex Raw keyboard for a couple of years now and this looks exactly the same but is called the Apex 300 Its not mechanical keys but they feel much better than some me… Read more

I bought one of these on an Argos deal some time back. Great to use and the backlighting is perfect. You get used to the odd shaped space key but the row of macro keys on the LHS are annoying as you intuitively hit one of them when you actually intend to press CTRL/SHIFT/CAPS/TAB. Worth buying at this price just the same. I can also attest that it can survive a cup of tea being tipped over it! (fierce)


?'s a space bar


What the hell is that space bar?


Legendary Apex keyboard get second Life

Roccat Skeltr RGB Smart Gaming Keyboard £59.99 @ IWOOT
Updated 9th FebLast updated 9th Feb by MikeyHenry
I know this is a bit of a niche product and original RRP was £149.99, so a considerable saving @£59.99 with free delivery. Also on at Zavvi (with 99p delivery). Main unique fea… Read more
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Lol. It was the correct product in the review.


It needed 4 usb ports? Mechanical keyboards don't have to be loud but most people who use them want said click. I use a k95 rgb platinum and it's not loud at all.


So close to pushing the heat button and then you typed membrane.


er no I think that would be the Mad Catz STRIKE 7, I had one actually ( didnt pay full price) it was an epic keyboard let down by little niggles like it would stop working then need re-plugging etc also needed 2 x 2usbs to the motherboard but I still miss that keyboard and the keys was membrane & it did fine, but mechanical is great and all but its way overrated imho, lets go crazy because we sound like we type like a doctor on a 20 year old IBM keyboard lol


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