Greeted with a nick in both the aluminum case and one of the keycaps during the opening. I wasn't too happy about it, but the person I was giving it still uses it.
Best keyboard ever worth it
Amazing keyboard definitely worth it. But there is a typo in the manual :back light mode: TAB not :TAL
Lost a bet, bought the keyboard. Right off the bat, tracking number (said it was cancelled by sender) so I emailed support about it- and true to their name they ghosted me. For a week and a half. On arrival, it worked pretty much out of the box with a little finagling to get it to pair- not unusual with bluetooth devices. Battery life is acceptable. I get maybe 20 hours of use out of it on a full charge and can always just plug it in and use it wired if I need to get work done. Sounds really good when typing on it. I've found a couple of minor, weird issues with it after a few weeks of use, though- the backslash key (pink) has paint chipping off the front edge of it. It's a little annoying to see that happening so quickly (and with next to no use of that specific key,) and it worries me that it'll start happening with the other pink keys as well. Bluetooth pairing with multiple different computers rarely, if ever, works. I've found that I need to completely remove it from the bluetooth menu of the first PC in order to move it to another one- like I said, minor, but still irritating. Slow startup is also an issue- when turning my PC on or just coming back after getting up for a few minutes, the board ranges from "immediate" to "wait, I'm supposed to be on?" leading to some pretty bvious and irritating issed ystrokes. One of the bigger issues, though, is that in the past two or three days, I've found that occasionally the W and E keys will get stuck down to the point where I need to take the caps off and put them back on for it to stop. This doesn't happen often, but maybe once or twice a day. I've found that I need a wrist rest for this- it's comparatively physically higher than my old Corsair K68 and if you plan to use it for long periods of time, I'd definitely recommend picking one up. There's no option to keep the lights on and they turn off after about 30 seconds of the keyboard not being used. This is, as far as I can tell, to preserve battery life- which I appreciate, but personally I think it'd be cool if there was a way to increase that timer to, say, a few minutes. All in all- this is obviously meant to be a statement on your desk. I think it achieves that goal very handily, save for the chipping paint. As a wireless mechanical keyboard, 'adequate' might be a better word for it- the slow startup and stuck keys bring it down a notch from being an otherwise really solid product.
Very nice preset lighting displays to choose from. Solid, heavy, well constructed body. The red switches are very responsive and smooth. Currently my new daily driver keyboard coming from a ducky shine pro. You will not regret this purchase!!!
it was good
A super solid keyboard for a super solid price. I absolutely love it!
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The keyboard is great!!! The packaging came with zero damage!
Was a bit curious of this keyboard but after buying the K1 Belle edition and testing it for a few days I can definitely say this board is worth the money! Super cute colors and the Rgb and Gateron switches are just absolutely fantastic. I really love this thing. If you are apprehensive just give it a go I don't think anyone could be disappointed with this keyboard
This keyboard and mouspad passed the jizzproof test when i jizzed on the mousepad it remained soft and the keyboard did not break either
its a REALLY CUTE keyboard, there's so many different rbg lighting its honestly hard to choose from. the keyboard comes with a wireless or Bluetooth. currently using the Bluetooth setting and 10/10. the switches are 10/10. first time using red switches and its really good. its honestly my favorite keyboard and i dont plan on switching for a long time. for gaming its really good as well. the colors are so soft and vibrant as well. it comes with solid red, blue and green, and baby pastel rainbow color, bright rainbow colors and a fading rainbow effects, overall its a good keyboard and lots of settings to choose from.
I got my keyboard it took a little longer to get here but it was so worth I figured it be cheap and break easy but I was wrong every thing is high quality and the rgb is good even the box is high quality
I made a bet on tiktok and ended up having to buy it, it was kind of an excuse to buy it, I knew I'd lose and I wanted an excuse to buy it, it is very good quality and everything looks great.
It's a great keyboard! For reference, I used to have a Razer Widowmaker keyboard, and I picked up the plastic option rather than the aluminum one. The custom designs on the keys and body of the keyboard are fun and simpy! Combined with the base pink colour and the huge range of normal and pastel RGB options, this keyboard is SUPER eye candy. Like, way more than most keyboards I've ever seen, which is perfect for my pink setup. The keys have a pleasant texture to them that reminds me of my old IBM keyboard from back in the day, which is an unexpected happy accident. It might be a con to some, but I actually really love how compact this keyboard is. It fits my tiny hands way more comfortably, some larger keyboards seriously feel like I'm trying to play a wide chord on a piano. The keys are more squishy and easy to press than the Widowmaker, but it hasn't really affected anything I've been doing since I got it. The biggest change I've had to get used to is the lack of dedicated arrow keys. You can "switch" the WSAD keys to them with a hotkey command; I don't think it takes a star away though because I really love how much more space I have on my desk, and it's clear that it doesn't come with arrow keys before you buy it. It's not worth a star demerit, but one thing I noticed is that one of the tentacles on the spacebar is sliiightly scratched in a way where the RGB doesn't show through, but you can barely see it anyway. 9/10, super worth retiring the old Widowmaker keyboard.
Looks cool wish I could get it