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ThundeRobot K75C RGB Mechanical Keyboard (Blue Switch) $37.90 US (~$50.86 AU) + Free Express Shipping @ GeekBuying

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Big discount on a good mechanical keyboard from ThundeRobot (owned by Haier) who are well known in Asia for their gaming laptops, desktops, VR and accessories. Features include 104 keys with Blue and RGB backlight & brightness control, TTC Blue Switches (similar to Cherry MX Blue), anti-ghosting, floating keycaps, FN keys, water resistance and the keyboard is made from aluminum alloy.

To sweeten the deal further Australia Direct Line express shipping is temporarily free. Please be sure to click Proceed to Checkout in the cart to choose shipping before payment.

  • Apply the coupon CEMETRO15 to get it for $37.90 US (~$50.86 AU)

AU$ based on current Mastercard exchange rate.


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  • +8 votes

    that is one of the most ugly keyboards I have ever seen

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      It's awfully blue.

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      Great color just not for a keyboard

    • +3 votes

      Durability isn't a plus when it's so ugly that you want it to break so you have an excuse to replace it.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks Clear, that's a huge discount!

    • +3 votes

      Gotta go big for OzBargain!

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    Also, TTC are not very well known in the mechanical keyboard community and I can't seem to find much online about them

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    Hi Clear, any possibility on free Australia Line Direct shipping for the Storm Shadow K75T-PBT or Black King Kong K70C? The all blue doesn't match with my interior decor ;)

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      Those ones should have free express. I'll ask Geek for a coupon.

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      The all blue doesn't match with my interior decor ;)

      What interior decor that blue would match ?
      Im thinking for my catamaran, sit out on back deck with computer and keyboard, and it would match with the color of the sea :)

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        I'm sure we could find a build on /r/Battlestations where it would fit.

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    Thanks Clear, was wanting to dive into the world of mechanical keyboards for a while. At this price point it is worth a shot. Might upgrade later if the colour pisses me off too much.

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    So blue… I actually need a keyboard as mine is dying. If only it was black.

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    Thanks Clear. I got the tenkeyless one with blues. My Ducky Shine II stopped working and I was just going to get another one, but for this price I'll give the Thunderobot a try.

  • +1 vote

    Difference to cheaper Kogan from a few weeks back? Other than looking uglier…

    Understand the other is expired, but $50 seems a bit steep when the better looking version was ~$45 a few weeks back… Unless someone really likes blue.

    Edit: aluminum alloy, if anyone prefers it.

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    The Kogan one was only $35 for "new customers", and had RGB, and didn't look like this lol.
    Oh and it arrived within 2-3 days.

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      Kogan's one looks alright, but started falling apart at the half year mark… My F9-F12 keys don't work anymore and backlight can not be changed now :/ (Just over 1 year use now)

      Oh, and also USB never worked with anything that needs any sort of power. Even some USB memory sticks don't work. (Could be a power issue, but USB keys should not take more than the USB minimum 500mA)

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    i have a haier fridge and washing machine.

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      That's the thing with these Chinese brands. They all have heaps of products that they don't sell outside. Like Lenovo doing printers for example.

  • +1 vote

    Me - "Thats a cool looking keyboard"
    First comment I read "That is the ugliest keyboard ive ever seen"

    Guess beauty is in the eye of the yada yada

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    The coupon code does not work for me anymore

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    Yeh I think the code has expired or has been used up.

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    Received mine today.Feels solid, about 1.25kg!. Will see how it goes.

    Thanks OP.