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ROCCAT Vulcan Aimo 121 RGB Mechanical Keyboard $188.96 + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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This is the black metalic colour AIMO 121 version.

  • ROCCAT Titan switches - tactile and crisp brown mechanical switches
  • Aimo illumination - RGB Backlighting and LED lighting effects
  • Durable design - robust materials and switches that resist dust build-up, reinforced black anodized aluminum top plate
  • Advanced anti-ghosting - NKRO - Full N-key rollover means every key stroke registers
  • ROCCAT Titan switches are 20% faster than any other mechanical keys in the market

Sells for $279+ at most local retailers.

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Can anyone here recommend a good CMYK Mechanical Keyboard ?

  • The TKL and Pro versions of this keyboard drop this week, imagine the normal version would be getting discounted because of it.

    Can't wait for the TKL Pro though, optical titan switches sound heavenly, just couldn't stand the numpad on the regular one.

    • This is already discounted a fair bit from rrp. Normally $279 everywhere. Unlikely to drop more than this. Good switches by the way. I like mine. Although roccat did have issues with the white version key caps peeling.I'm waiting for my replacement.

  • I had the Aimo 122 white/silver combo, these keycaps are low quality and peel almost immediately. Ended up getting a refund after the first replacement peeled after 30 mins of light use. So I guess buyer beware/YMMV. Maybe the black version doesn't have the same QC issues.

    • I have the version I posted here (AIMO 121 Black) and have not had any problems with the keycaps.
      I prefer this keyboard to my mechanical Ducky brown switch keyboard.

  • I've got the 100 AIMO in black which has solid laser etched keycaps so no issues with peeling for me. This is the best keyboard I've ever had, I was actually surprised at how my accuracy improved almost immediately once I started using it. The shape and distance of keys are really well-suited to my hands.

  • No peel issues here. I've had mine for about 9 months now. Heavy use for work and games.

    Best keyboard to date. Absolutely love it.

    Only two negatives are: the rest pad is cheap plastic (albeit still comfortable) and profiles are saved to your PC and not stored on the keyboard.

  • Bought one. I'm going through that RGB phase right now and the open shinyness got me.
    Thanks OP :)