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Kogan Full RGB Mechanical Keyboard Blue Switch $32.99 + Delivery ($29.99 Delivered with First) @ Kogan


Seems to be the cheapest for the blue switch! Good for those who weren't eligible for this targeted deal

Game and code like a professional without the heavy price tag thanks to the Kogan Full RGB Mechanical Keyboard, helping you win every battle with style and ease.

104 backlit keys
Outemu Blue switch
Aluminium top keyboard
Fully customisable RGB backlight with software
13 Preset Light Patterns each with 8 Colour Options
Full anti-ghosting and n-key rollover capabilities
5 onboard customisable profiles

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  • Lol, a great keyboard. Keys are very loud and provide a soothing sound to the user, but hated by wife and kids. Well to clarify they don't mind using it but don't like when I use it.
    Requires a bit more effort to use than the slim style keyboards, but there is just something re-assuring about using a mechanical keyboard.
    Highly recommend, if learning to touch type.

    Light's can be switched off and various colours patterns, effects and brightness.
    Not a light keyboard.

      • Well you can't say that for sure.

        Typists usually prefer mechanical.

        Membrane and mechanical switches use a very different mechanism to achieve the same thing.

        So it wouldn't be that unlikely that they just prefer mechanical.

      • No, there have been blind tests by several sources.

        A tactile bump in key travel does, for most people, affirm a press.

        Less important if you're the type to bottom-out every key, but once you're above 120wpm, you're rarely bottoming them out (besides the spacebar).

        It may be minor, and use case specific, but its far from placebo.

    • Keys are very loud and provide a soothing sound to the user

      Do you mean the clack-clack noise or the harsh ringing noise just after the clack? The ringing noise is not exactly pleasant but it's very low volume.

  • Also $29.99 Delivered for those with Kogan First :)

  • Who wants to go halves with me if I grab 2 keyboards? Works out to be $20 each with my $20 credit ($29.99 + $29.99 - $20.00 = $39.98 delivered). Melb metro area.

  • Wouldn't say "great" but it's cheap.

    It'd be nice to see the cheapest Cherry or Flaretech switches. Attached to a keyboard of course.

  • Title says blue switch, description says Outemu Browns…

  • Outstanding. Thanks OP.

    Now to figure out what all this hullabaloo is with regards to blue vs brown vs red switch.

    Anyone who's done the research want to give me the thirty second summary?

    • +12 votes

      Blue have a click when you press.

      Brown has a bump.

      Red is linear (no tactile bump or switch).

      There's no right switch type but gamers often prefer Red, typists the other two.

  • Bought one of these in April 2018. I've used it every day since, and my job requires me to type minimum 30,000 words per week, so I would definitely say it's had heavy use. It's still working great. My cat knocked it off my desk maybe a year ago, and since then I've had maybe 5 key lights black out and never come back on, but the keys all still work perfectly. Spent $35 on it. Worth every cent. I don't know if they still make it the exact same build (i.e. as robust) - mine has the Kogan logo above the arrow keys and this one doesn't.

    Edit: I bought the blue switches.

  • Hi all are the keylights individually programmable?


    Can put free delivery with Kogan first in the description

  • Thanks OP.

  • Often the loudest part of a mech is actually bottoming them out. I put o-rings on mine and it dramatically changed the sound and feel. 100% I cannot use a mech without 0-rings now.

    • Completely agree with this. I've outfitted at least 3 keyboards with o-rings and it makes a difference. I didn't buy the fancy ones from the keyboard manufacturers or suppliers, I just get 'em off eBay for something like AU$1.20 delivered.

      • Yeah same here. Such a great mod for less than the price of a chocolate bar.

        • Intrigued - thanks to both of you for the suggestion.

          Anyone got a link to a compatible set for this keyboard on ebay?

          • @UncleRico: Try this saved search, which is sorted by lowest price first. Basically, any o-ring that's 5mm across and no thicker than 1.5mm for the actual material should do. I see the sellers must have realised these are hot property now as the lowest price is about AU$1.60. That's a whole 40¢ more than I paid for the last lot!

            Edit: I forgot to add you may want to spring for a bit extra and get a keycap puller as well. That makes life much easier when you're pulling the caps off the 'board.

  • Anyone know when this ends? I want to try and get the code for $20 off but really don’t want to miss out on this.

  • Have one of these Kogan keyboards.
    After a month or so it comes with a cool effect that individual lights in the keyboard get stuck/broken and dont change the same colour as others.
    80% are now white for instance and 20% randomly over the keyboard are different colours of blue/white.

    Might annoy the people that have OCD.

  • Expired - It's back to $99