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[Staples] Staples in store clearance Logitech G710+ 59.97 YMMV

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[Staples] Staples in store clearance Logitech G710+ 59.97 YMMV

Decent mechanical keyboard for $60. 3 left in store in Charlottetown, PE.
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Sep 16, 2011
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Lethbridge
I believe this is one of the last Logitech keyboards using Cherry MX switches (browns?), I'd hop on this deal if you like Logitech but don't like their new mushy Romer-G switches.
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Dec 11, 2013
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Toronto
Came in both brown and red, the one in the pic is brown.
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Apr 3, 2006
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Ottawa, ON
Rocking this Keyboard and I love it. It’s not RGB, but it is backlit. It works amazing and super durable.
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Jul 18, 2014
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Mississauga, ON
I have this keyboard, be prepared to pay a few more dollars to replace the keys. Mine started breaking a few weeks after I bought it. Maybe i just got a bad keyboard, the wasd and arrow keys started breaking at the post. replaced them with a set of aftermarket keys from ebay and all is good now
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Jun 5, 2010
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Ajax
I had this, and it came with a 3 year warranty. Worth a pick up. Lasted me 3 years.

The G810, what I use now, is good too. G-Romer keys are pretty similar to browns. I barely noticed a difference. If anything, they feel better. I have less problems typing on the G810 for some reason.
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Jul 20, 2016
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Romer-G switches are kind of a hit or miss. I myself have a g910 and i personally love the back lightning and RGB effects. At first i thought the switches were kinda mushy like membranes and didn't like them. After like a day of use, I got used to it and i really love them now. The Romer-G Switches are also relatively quiet compared to other mechanical keyboards with cherry switches. IMO the Romer-G switches are actually really good. But this deal is also really good. Just wanted to inform people on the differences between Cherry and Romer-G Switches

TL:DR Romer-G Switches take some getting used to but they're my favorite switches and they're quiet too!
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May 8, 2004
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Got one two years ago and I love it. It comes with dampeners and I had to them out since the Brown Swiches + Dampeners means you're not going to get a lot of feedback. Imo
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seriosbrad wrote:
Dec 8th, 2018 7:37 pm
I believe this is one of the last Logitech keyboards using Cherry MX switches (browns?), I'd hop on this deal if you like Logitech but don't like their new mushy Romer-G switches.
I have a Logitech with Romer-G switches and I hate it. The Logitech G610 has cherry switches. It was on sale on Amazon for $60 a few months ago, I should have bought a few as backups.
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Feb 4, 2017
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I swear they had this clearance last year as well.

Unfortunately I wasn't able to find any of them around my staples. Best of luck to all those hunting! Great keyboard to use on a daily basis.
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Oct 14, 2004
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Victoria
I'd like to find this, but rarely do I find clearance itams at my staples. I have the G410, and while I do like the small form factor, I'd be happy to have keypad back and the left side macro keys.
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Mar 9, 2017
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It went on clearance last year at Staples.

I still have one in box from that clearance sale as my backup when my current one fails. Good luck to anyone searching. The other option is the G610 with cherry switches that still goes on sale once in a while. I use that one at work.
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Nov 15, 2016
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Edmonton
pman113 wrote:
Dec 8th, 2018 8:50 pm
I have this keyboard, be prepared to pay a few more dollars to replace the keys. Mine started breaking a few weeks after I bought it. Maybe i just got a bad keyboard, the wasd and arrow keys started breaking at the post. replaced them with a set of aftermarket keys from ebay and all is good now
Logitech support was pretty good for replacing my "d" key after it chipped and kept getting loose. Not only that they sent me an entire set of keys that I likely won't need.
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Jan 28, 2015
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Montreal
I've been using this keyboard heavily as my work/grad school keyboard since 2014 and it's been going strong. Had some issues with a row of LED's a year ago but the problem seemed to just correct itself randomly.

Also, the official logitech software is amazingly responsive with macros and very unintrusive compared to other brands (looking at you Razer).

Would buy again/10. Gonna check out my local staples to see if they have some lying around for $60.

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