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Looking for tkl keyboard recommendations.

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

I've been looking for tkl keyboard that fits my needs which are : brown switches and around 100$

i found this keyboard so is it good compared to brands like filco or ducky ?

if not can you guys recommend one for me (excuse my bad English) 

Thank you in advance :D

 

UPDATE : 

I decided to buy a tkl ducky shine 3 with brown switches and purple backlit , the problem is that i live in Saudi Arabia (middle east) and the only place i can find this keyboard is ncix.com 

http://www.ncix.com/detail/ducky-dk9087-shine-3-mx-b7-90659.htm  so what is the fastest way to get it ? btw i have post box in us . 

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I've heard people say that Keycool isn't too bad but I have never seen / used one in my life, however I do have a Ducky Shine III TKL and if you like the simple look of it then you will love it. The quality is outstanding and you can tell that it is a premium product... at least I can.

 

EDIT: I have mine in MX Browns and they are awesome to type and game on :)

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I've heard people say that Keycool isn't too bad but I have never seen / used one in my life, however I do have a Ducky Shine III TKL and if you like the simple look of it then you will love it. The quality is outstanding and you can tell that it is a premium product... at least I can.

 

EDIT: I have mine in MX Browns and they are awesome to type and game on :)

hmm ... i dont know if it is worth the extra 30 dollars , if this one is no good i might think of the ducky shine 3

thank you for your reply  :)

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hmm ... i dont know if it is worth the extra 30 dollars , if this one is no good i might think of the ducky shine 3

thank you for your reply  :)

Ducky Shine III's are really durable, and plus, Ducky gives consumers a lot of choices from multiple LED backlighting and multiple switches. They might not look "cool" from the pictures but once you actually see it and use it, I'm sure you'll like it


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hmm ... i dont know if it is worth the extra 30 dollars

It is.

 

Compared to how long a good mechanical keyboard could last you, $130 are well worth it.


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if you do not want LEDs, check out the Ducky 9087G2 Pro. Otherwise get the Ducky Shine 3 TKL


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If you don't want backlights you can get a CoolerMaster Quickfire I'd do it. I've seen them as cheap as $70, ridiculously low for a mechanical keyboard using real Cherry MX switches.

If you do want backlight, the Ducky Shine is a very solid and quality product. The Keycool does look good too actually, and has some things I feel the Ducky Shine lacks, like rubber under the feet to adjust the angle and the plastic top to secure the usb connector seems very clever. I've never used one and I can't say it'll last as long as a Ducky, but it does look like a good keyboard.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

UPDATE : 


I decided to buy a tkl ducky shine 3 with brown switches and purple backlit , the problem is that i live in Saudi Arabia (middle east) and the only place i can find this keyboard is ncix.com 


http://www.ncix.com/...-b7-90659.htm  so what is the fastest way to get it ? btw i have post box in us .  :D


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Reddit's Middle East shopping guide isn't much help either.

 

You could look through this list to see if anybody ship to Saudi Arabia.


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NAS build log: Gimli, a NAS build by Shaqalac.

Mechanical keyboards: Ducky Mini YotHDucky Shine 3 Tuhaojin - Ducky Mini - SteelSeries 6gv2

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