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Hey guys i am looking for mechanical keyboard which would be cherry mx red or blues. But i dont care about brand. I care only price. I would be more than happy if any of you could suggest cheapest out of them around. (I am located @ United Kingdom) AFAIK the price will still be 60+ Great british pounds even for used ones. My budget is not cut in stone to get one but i would like to see how many different ones are there out.

Best regards. Amateur Gamer. thumb.gif
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I use QPad MK-50's.

They're fairly cheap (depending on the keytype they can be £50 or £75... also depends on the shop; Amazon prices fluctuate quite a lot...)

I use MX Reds for typing and toyed briefly with MX Blacks but went back to the Red keyboards. Just find them easier on the fingers.

edit: And Amazon are out of stock for almost all of them. Typical.
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post #3 of 17
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Paradigm Shifter View Post

I use QPad MK-50's.

They're fairly cheap (depending on the keytype they can be £50 or £75... also depends on the shop; Amazon prices fluctuate quite a lot...)

I use MX Reds for typing and toyed briefly with MX Blacks but went back to the Red keyboards. Just find them easier on the fingers.

edit: And Amazon are out of stock for almost all of them. Typical.

even in ebay it costs 100pounds smile.gif Is this really the cheapest cherry mx red type available? frown.gif
post #4 of 17
Dk2087 ~69usd here in PH
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meh... smile.gif
post #6 of 17
cann't beat the cooler master quick fire rapid, its been the best bang for the buck keyboard for years. Not sure what the EU prices of them are though.
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post #8 of 17
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found 2 options

G80-3850 MX Red 3.0 Keyboard

or

COOLER MASTER CM STORM QUICK FIRE TK - CHERRY MX RED SWITCH
post #9 of 17
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or

Corsair Vengeance K70
post #10 of 17
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so far i have 2 options
Corsair Vengeance k70
coolermaster cm storm quickfire

both at the same price 65 pounds. i think i will go for k70

i prefer shorter KB - cm storm, but i think k70 has more quality. (i use numpad very often so KB must have numpad otherwise i would go for tenkeyless KB)
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