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LOGITECH G910 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, £59.99 with code at Currys
Posted 12th OctPosted 12th Oct
Good price for this mechanical keyboard. Top features: - Get 25 percent shorter response times with Romer-G mechanical switches - Keep track of commands with an RGB backlit keybo… Read more

This is why manufacturers like you to register the products within thirty days. It covers their backs and does make your life easier if you need to claim.


£64.99 for me


Got 3 sparks/spectrums and none have ever had sticking keys. They have, however, had RGB issues on keys. Would agree about Logitech support though, has been truly awful for me over the last 7 or 8 years, including once for an aforementioned G910. The main reason why I'm weaning myself off Logitech products these days.


I don't blame them in not being as customer-friendly as they used to be. I sold a keyboard on eBay some years back, and had someone message me asking for a photo of the serial for what seemed an odd reason. Did some digging into why, and found an entire forum dedicated to buying/selling Logitech serial numbers, for the purpose of ripping off Logitech by using false warranty claims for free 'replacement' products.


Because the keys start sticking and double typing just out of warranty and Logitech isn't as customer firendly as it used to be, so they wont do anything about it. Avoid anything with Romer switches.

Logitech k380 Bluetooth multi-device keyboard, clearance £17.50 @ Tesco (Crewe)
Posted 1st OctPosted 1st OctLocalLocal
Might be worth a check in your local Tesco, these keyboards are back down to 17.50. Previously at the same amount as a Clubcard price, Spotted in Tesco Crewe.

Can't find a trace of it in Tesco Ashford, didn't have a look in Tesco Sunbury mind...


I got one at this price the last time this was posted (two months ago), they also have the pebble mouse in various colours for £4. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-keyboard-k380-at-tesco-clubcard-member-in-store-yiewsley-3784300?utm_source=mappshare&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3784300&utm_campaign=2021-10-03


Equally, common sense would dictate that you'd always have a cheap USB keyboard to hand just on case your primary keyboard has an issue


I love this keyboard, but bear in mind it is Bluetooth *only* and isn't compatible with Logitech's unified USB reciever. So I can't recommend it as a pure Bluetooth mouse & keyboard setup because you can potentially be locked out of your computer if you lose your Bluetooth connection. Guess how I know!


Yes and also has the same keys as a Mac keyboard. Can connect to 3 devices and change between them easily.

Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard (Windows, Apple Android or Chrome Wireless 2.4GHz, Bluetooth, UK) - £45.32 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 17th SepPosted 17th Sep
Great compact, versatile Logitech keyboard. (y) About this item Multi-Device Productivity: Pair your wireless keyboard with up to 3 devices and switch between them with t… Read more

I’ve read reviews in the past that complained the switching was a bit temperamental between windows and mac, is it snappy? Wondering whether it’s used for switching within one workspace or its just so it remembers multiple devices for convenience. I also wonder do the circular keys feel good? Also seen complaints there. Thanks!


Hahah that was exactly me....and I still hate the look but for this price you won't find a better full size slim keyboard that feels great to type on


I quite fancy buying this keyboard but I don't think I can get over the round keys, they bother me. I know it's not a logical complaint really but it's putting me off.


Got the keyboard, and its great to use. Love how the keys feel to type on. Works perfect on my ipad also - connects quickly, and ipad sits in it nicely


I really liked this keyboard to use and it's nice and compact. But you can't switch the FN key function without the Logitech software. I.e to use the F1 to F12 keys rather than the shortcuts (like volume up/down) you have to hold FN. You can change the default behaviour in the Logitech software but on my work laptop that was no good as I can't install the software. The setting also isn't stored on the keyboard so changing on my own PC and then connection to my work laptop didn't retain my FN key preference. If this isn't an issue for you I'd highly recommend the keyboard. Edit: Voted hot as this is a great price

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Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo - £16.50 (Clubcard Price) @ Tesco
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Posted 1st SepPosted 1st Sep
Nice reduction from tomorrow for this Logitech wireless combo set. £16.50 Clubcard price between 02/09 - 29/09 (was £22) Optimise your workspace with this quality wireless co… Read more

Great keyboard and mouse. Heat


Had this for over 2 years. No problems at all.


OOS online.


Got one and I have no problems at all with it. You may be getting interference on the dongle to the PC it's connected to. Not a false economy, just a setup issue IMO. I'm perfectly happy with mine.


This is an awful keyboard imo, the keys are very soft and sometimes they don't register and you find that you either have to press them twice or thrice, or go back and edit the words with missing letters. There are some pros. 1. It's cheap. 2. Fairly light 3. It can be stored to be used in an emergency. 3.You can sell it on gum tree after a year and still get your money back. The mouse is ok. Little compact thing. I ended up buying the craft and then sold this. False economy buying this. I like the craft I have now so am keeping it but think I might have preferred a wireless gaming keyboard. Key presses on a good gaming keyboard are second to none. But each to their own. Heat but save your cash imo.

Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum Illuminated Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £69.98 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 31st AugPosted 31st Aug
Top performance: Logitech Orion Spectrum is one of the best mechanical gaming keyboards in the world with tactile Romer G switches for up to 25 percent faster use The lighting of … Read more

I’ve just returned one of these. It feels cheap and cheerful and the switches are awful. I had high hopes, too.


the G keys are really annoying.... mispress a lot. And I think I prefer lighter keys as well, so mine may go back if I still cannot get used to it by the end of next week.


I have one of these. Several of the key caps have broken off and I wouldn't describe myself as a "hard user". Replacement caps are hard to get and very expensive.


Has anyone had any good experiences with Logitech? I bought a Logitech keyboard a couple years ago and they couldn't get 5 replacements right. My keyboard broke that was in-warranty but was no longer produced. They couldn't replace it and failed to provide the correct replacement that they offered me. I ended up with 5 more keyboards that they said I could keep worth around £200 total, where I paid £50 for my original keyboard. Don't want to to sound ungrateful but has their customer service got any better?


Just 1 question are these good anyone got one thanks