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Load image into Gallery viewer, Redragon K555 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switches, Macro Recording, Wrist Rest, Full Size, Indrah, for Windows PC Gamer (RGB LED Backlit)
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Redragon K555 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switches, Macro Recording, Wrist Rest, Full Size, Indrah, for Windows PC Gamer (RGB LED Backlit)

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  • GAMING KEYBOARD; 104 Key Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Custom Mechanical Switches(Cherry Blue equivalent) designed for longevity with greater durability and responsivenessThe Mechanical Keyboard Keys offer medium resistance, audible click sound, and crisp, precise tactile feedback for ultimate Gaming performance.
  • RGB MECHANICAL KEYBOARD WITH MACRO KEYS; K555Redragon RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, the RGB Led illuminated keyboard comes with Double-shot injection molded keycaps offering crystal clear uniform backlighting and lettering that doesn't scratch off.Featuring 7 colors and 6 different lighting modes, 5 backlight brightness levels, breathing speed, the illumination can be completely turned off.
  • QUICK DETACHABLE WRIST REST AND SOLID AIRCRAFT-GRADE ALUMINUM / ABS CONSTRUCTION; The PC Gaming keyboard is constructed of Aircraft-Grade Aluminium and ABS with plate-mounted mechanical keys and switchesthat stand up to tough gaming conditions.The detachable wrist rest gives you the comfort you need for marathon gaming sessions.
  • BACKLIT ANTI GHOSTING KEYBOARD; ALL 104 mechanical gaming keyboards keys are conflict free (n-Key Rollover) for ultimate Gaming performance.Featuring, 6 multimedia keys, 5 programmable macro keys, Non-Slip Ergonomic, splash-proof Design. Comes with Full numeric keypad and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection.
  • PC GAMING KEYBOARD COMPATIBILTY: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, Limited Mac OS keyboard support

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Customer Reviews

Great Keyboard Low(er) price I bought this keyboard as my 'first' (that I have personally owned) mechanical keyboard, and I can say that I'm very pleased with the product. I have used mechanical keyboards in the past through friends and family, but never had the pleasure of owning one myself. I had a limited budget, but I knew what I wanted in my keyboard, and I was surprised that I could get what I wanted at a nice price.To specify, I bought the RGB, not the Rainbow (after reading a review that said to make sure you know which one you're buying--that review was very helpful in making sure I got the keyboard I wanted).PROS:*Lots of different backlighting styles for the keyboard*Blue Switches (Outemu brand)*Multimedia keys*Wrist rest*Programmable Macros*Curved doubleshot keycaps*Overall a good size and very comfortable to type on (not too large, not too small)*Came with keycap puller*Sturdy body with metal cover over all the internal partsCONS:*Keys are Outemu (Not necessarily a con to me, but could be a con to others)*Came with an 'O' keycap puller (I'm rather picky about what I use to pull my keycaps off with)*Not a braided cord (though it is a thicker one)*No USB/Input/Output on the keyboard (for people who prefer having that on their keyboard)*Wrist rest is plastic (wish it was a little more forgiving, but not bad overall)Overall I'm really happy with my purchase and this keyboard. If you're looking for a new gaming keyboard or just a computer for typing, this is a very good purchase. 5Awesome Keyboard! Love It! I've tried my fair share of Mechanical Keyboards over the last 4 years or so, ranging from offerings from Corsair, Logitech, Eagletec, Razer, and now this Redragon. This keyboard has all the functionalities of any of the high end keyboards on the market, while costing half the money. It has all the necessary media keys, Macro buttons that the average pc user needs and then some. I will say however the Macro button location is awful, and not in a convenient location for frequent use. Other than that I have no real gripes about this keyboard whatsoever! The switches are very similar feel to the blue keys on my Logitech G710, but I d say require less effort to depress. Keyboard is very pleasant to both type on and game on! Overall quality build I d give it a solid 8/10, it s not perfect, but again half the price of the high end keyboards on the market. One thing I ve truly enjoyed so far is the lighting options for this keyboard. It has tons of different light patterns & color options, something to fit everyone s likings for sure. One thing to note, is I personally had to re-read the instructions regarding lighting control multiple times to completely understand them, just the way everything was worded, I found half way confusing. But once I got them down it was easy. Overall the keyboard is superb! If you are frequent on using Macro buttons, I d look at other keyboard options, but if you re after a simple, RGB mechanical keyboard and don t feel like spending $120, this may be the keyboard for you!Pros:-Inexpensive-RGB is superb, very bright and vibrant (no software needed)-Green keys feel amazing (close to blue) very clicky-Has basic media keys without need for FN button (directed at you Razer, and your trash products)-Great overall quality buildCons:-Macro button location is awful.-Instructions were iffy-Wrist Wrest is pretty cheap feeling-No USB pass-through like many higher end keyboards 5WARNING: Multimedia keys replaced! The top-right row of multimedia keys are no longer multimedia keys! Now they're random PC tasks, like back and forward in your browser, opening Explorer, and putting your PC to sleep! Those are worthless keys to me, now, and I was really looking forward to using the play/pause/volume controls that are shown in the images. Those were a big factor in why I chose this keyboard, and now they're replaced with functions that have far less importance. I would not have purchased this keyboard had I known. 1Update: Works great, just don't get it wet. I have had this for about a month now, and it works great; like one of those old-time keyboards (remember thick ones on green screen computers). I almost forgot how loud a keyboard could be. It feels like a nice solid keyboard. I haven't seen any problems with it missing any key presses. I am not going to review the lights because I just don't understand why you need your keyboard to give starbursts when you press a button. I leave it with all the LEDs on which is nice when the lights are off in the room. I also haven't tried to use the gaming macros, but all the other function buttons work like they should.If you are looking for a good general use keyboard, you will not go wrong with this one.UpdateHad it for about 8 months now and is a door stop. Dropped from 5 stars to 2. Had a small accident and splashed some liquid from a bowl on the keyboard....Poof..... so much for the spill resistant design. 2You get what you pay for, and a bit extra too. So, full disclaimer: This is my first mechanical keyboard. And I love it.If your not familiar with Redragon products, I recommend you do, since it looks like they are going to be rapidly conquering the world of affordable gaming peripherals. But I'll give you a rundown of what their products are like:You get what you pay for, and a bit extra.In terms of this keyboard, the Outemu Blue switches feel good to type on, no complains there, very clicky and good. In a month of frequent use its been reliable, no keys have died. They all look good too. The addition of the g1-5 and rec keys on top, as well as some other keys like back, forth, lock, and some other ones I dont know what they do are nice additions, but I dont find myself using them too often, although I'm sure I will in future. That being said, they do feel like cheap switches, which isnt really bad, btu they arent as great as Cherry MX Reds sound like, so you get what you pay for. Nothing extraordinary there. The LEDs is where this keyboard shines. The amount of modes you can select, and can select an individual color or a full range of RGB for any of the modes is seriously awesome. Like I was saying earlier, most Reddragon products you get something extra special that even full on 100$ equivelants dont have. Like their mice have adjustable weights. Well this keyboard has some kick ass leds. Theres no software, its all handled in the keyboard using keyboard shortcuts, which I love. My personal favorite LED mode is the rainfall mode, which is really nice. You can also adjust LED brightness or even disable them entirely if you turn it low enough, which is nice. All in all, 5 star LEDs. (KEEP IN MIND: The lights only come with the 60 dollar variant with RGB lighting. The cheaper rainbow version DOES NOT include these nice adjustable lights!). The cable is also nice and long, and also very thick, so unless you have some psychopathic pets, you neednt worry about the cable. This also came with a keycap puller, which is nice as well.What else is there to talk about? Oh, yeah.The wristwrest.How do I put this delicately...I feel like this wristrest would be better used as a hat than a wristwrest. Its hard plastic, which in isnt a bad thing, but the way your hands should be resting on the keyboard, it really isnt much better than the desk. Seriously, I feel its just there for looks. Do yourself a favor and buy a long gel wrist rest instead. Not to mention, installing this wrist rest is the worst part about setting this keyboard up. Its not self explanitary at all, and I'm afraid I'll break one of the attaching pieces.Thankfully, you can take it off if you want, which is what you should do before buying an actualy wrist rest. Here, I found one for you: https://www.amazon.com/Gimars-Memory-Keyboard-Support-Computer/dp/B01M11FLUJ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518667481&sr=8-1&keywords=gel+wrist+restDont let this deter you though, this is a great keyboard. If you're looking into the world of mechanical keyboards, do yourself a favor and buy this. You wont regret it. 4Longevity Issues **Update**I reached out to the manufacturer about warranty support and was told that I had to seek warranty support from the reseller, as they would not provide it for this keyboard. Very disappointed.**Original**I use this keyboard at work where I do a lot of programming. The feel of the keys is awesome, the LED lights are useless in a lit office, but if I turn the lights off, I get a pretty lightshow. That was fun for the first week, but now I just ignore it. The keyboard isn't super loud, though I say that when my office is in a corner away from others.Why only 3-stars? I've had the keyboard for 14 months and the right shift-key, my go-to shift key, fails to respond about half the time. This is mildly annoying with starting a sentence, it's incredibly annoying when programming as so many essential keys require a shift-stroke. Maybe if I'd learned to naturally use the left-shift key more often it wouldn't be a big deal, but my reality is that the right-shift is where my memory is. So, now I have to decide if I want to buy a soldering iron, find a replacement switch (assuming the switch itself is the issue and not something else about how the wide shift-key is setup) and do some installation work or just buy a new keyboard. I was hoping that a $50 mechanical keyboard would last at least as long as the cheap keyboard I used to have. 3Redragon has become a solid choice with incredible VALUE. I wanted something similar to Cherry Green key feel. I don't care too much for RGBs... maybe it's because I've never had one with wide programmability? I don't know. It's nice to have, I guess. It's as bright or soft lit as you'd like and the etching isn't getting ruined anytime.. if ever. The keys are perfect for my needs. The included keypuller works well. The base of the keyboard isn't aluminum, but it is a very, very firm plastic. It will not flex. Basic RGB profiles (with surprising depth) are built into the keyboard firmware and there is no additional software required. As with other Redragon offerings.. there is a tremendous value here. I really love this keyboard. It's making me forget all about my Microsoft Sidewinder X3. 5Serious competitor for RGB mechanical keyboards. This review is for the Redragon K555 INDRAH RGB LED Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.TL;DR This is gorgeous for the price. It reminds me of Corsair's keyboards. If you are looking for a simple RGB mechanical keyboard which does not rely on any software bloat, this keyboard is your best bet. Not only is it cheaply priced, it does have true on-board memory . The only thing you might find lacking on this keyboard is that it does not have a switch equivalent to a Cherry MX Green , based on the actuation force required. It uses Outemu Blues, with clear housing. It still is however, orgasmic to type on with its clicks and clacks.Contents: Intro What I Like What I Don't Like Package Notes Verdict- - - - -I have owned a couple of mechanical keyboards with real Cherry MX switches (blue and brown) from brands like Roccat, Corsair, and Cooler Master. I know what a mechanical keyboard feels like. Once you go mechanical, you never go back to membrane. For a while, I've been looking for a good RGB keyboard. I found this keyboard because I was searching for "Cherry MX Green". I want to add Green to my brown and blue (because I like the tactile feedback). It is not Cherry MX Green or its equivalent, and was thinking that I might have to return this keyboard after I confirm this. However, that did not happen, and I kept this keyboard.WHAT I LIKE + + Very simple to set up. Intuition and common sense would guide you.+ No software bloat! + TRUE on-board storage/processing of profile and macros. + Very inexpensive for the build. Trust me, I'm an engineer.+ Black brushed aluminum finish.+ Double-shot injection keycaps.+ Anti-shine keycap texture.+ Floating keys! Easy to clean, and looks fantastic with the under-lighting.+ The switches have clear housing, accentuating the lighting.+ Detachable wrist rest.WHAT I DON'T LIKE Not cherry MX Green equivalent, as advertised. Not user-definable full range RGB Not removable and/or nylon-braided USB cable. G-keys and multimedia keys are not mechanical/backlit. CTRL, WIN, and ALT keys are the same width.PACKAGE Aptly priced keyboard Detachable hard plastic wrist pad Printed materials Neat box, bubbles wraps and more plastic. NO Keycap puller NO Keyboard cover- - - - -NOTES WHY THE "TRUE" ON-BOARD MEMORY IS IMPORTANTWith a "true" on-board memory, the lighting, macro, and key-strokes you save are stored INSIDE the keyboard, and are executed there too. It does NOT need Windows to be running to execute them. It has its own on-board processors to do it. What are the benefits of this function? For macros, there will be no lag/delay since it will not be dependent on Windows software. You can use it anywhere. Even in the lock screen, before "running" Windows. Need to change computers? No re-installing of drivers and software required. Works flawlessly with virtual machines and remote desktops.To put in perspective, Corsair, Razer, and Logitech offers these keyboards at TWICE the price, but they do not even employ on-board memory. It's like buying a more expensive laptop with integrated graphics versus one with dedicated/discrete GPU. It baffles the mind. NOT CHERRY MX GREEN? I tested it using nickels (US 5 ). Each nickel weights approximately 5 grams. My Cherry MX Blue keyboard actuates at 55-60 grams (11-12 nickels). A Cherry MX Green keyboard actuates at 75-80 grams - a full 20 grams more than the blue. This keyboard actuates anywhere from 60 to 70 grams. A bit heavier than Cherry MX Blue, but not as heavy as Cherry MX Green. It is much closer to a Cherry MX Blue. In fact, the switches clearly shows that they are Outemu Blue, which are on point with the scale. NOT FULL RANGE RGB? While the LED's are RGB, the user cannot set it up to show any light as you would in other RGB keyboards. It has only 7 pre-defined colors that the user can set for each key. It still does however, show the full range of RGB colors when using any of the animations. Note that this is not a problem, unless you need to show 50 shades of grey.- - - - -VERDICT: I highly recommend this product. | 4 stars out of 5. I really wanted to give this a five star rating. The only reason it lost a star was the inaccurate description about it being equivalent to Cherry MX Green. They should just put Outemu Blue in the description.Questions? Hit the comments.This review is for the Redragon K555 INDRAH RGB LED Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.- - - - -TIP: To see bigger photos, click on the review title to open the main review page (if you're not already there). Hover over the photo, and right-click on the image that pops up, and click "Open in new tab" (Chrome) / "View image" (Firefox). Alternatively, select "Copy image" (Chrome/Firefox) / "copy "(IE) / "copy picture" (Edge) ", and paste in the URL bar. 4An honest all-rounder When I first got this keyboard, my first impression was very mixed and here's why:* Has true RGB but the modes are limited to what is pre-set on the keyboard;* Is mechanical, but lacks the "tactile feel" of cherry keys (I own two other cherry keyboards - brown and blue). This means I have to basically "bottom" each key press to hear/feel the actuation in the switch, whereas with my 2 other cherry keyboards I can feel it halfway through and the overall force is less and smoother. This is a keyboard for heavy bottom feeders and there will be more mistakes until you get used to it;* Has LED but is not that bright - my other keyboards I have to use less than half brightness whereas this one is max and still not that bright and because there is no plastic surround around the keys, the light bleed makes it look a little cheap at night like a $20 dome keyboard;* Macros are the fastest Ive seen (my other 2 cherry keyboards also have macro) and very easy to program with onboard memory which means you can take this keyboard to work secured computers that dont allow you to install software, but you are only permitted 8 keystrokes including shift and ctrl and when recording on the fly, you cant see what you are typing on screen;* Has multimedia and macro keys (including one for calculator!), but they are not LED and are small so you still need to look and important ones like volume you need to press FN first;* Truly no special drivers or software required, but then if you want further customization its not possible - you are limited to what is pre-programmed; and* The price is very good, but then it is built to the price: the keyboard rocked a little.As you can see, every pro has a limitation - basically its built to the price. It didnt do anything in an outstanding way, but yet gave enough honest features (though the 8 key macro limitation needed disclosure). Thats the key - its a good feature set for a mid-priced keyboard, and thats why I kept it after A LOT of thought as I'm very fussy with my keyboards as I constantly use a number of different keyboards and any flaw is constantly noticed.If you dont appreciate the RGB and macro (surprise and delight factor), there are probably better keyboards but for me it did enough to get a pass for the mid-range price. The unknown is the long-term quality but they seem to make enough keyboards and seemed well enough designed to take the risk. 3Still working. Extra loud clicks. This keyboard works fine about 10 months on, but I bought another to replace it. The keys are so loud that they are distracting - I just couldn't take it after about 2 months. I then bought a ten-keyless, got tired of no number keys, and then got a Ducky One RGB which is great, but all my usb cables died earlier tonight and I now have on order a K550 Yama from Redragon. We will see how that works out. Back to this unit I'm typing on.Pros:I like the programmable keys. Volume control is nice to be on dedicated buttons. It's still working. Has a cable built into it. You might think a removable cable is nice, but it is not. You move a keyboard a lot if you multi-purpose a desk like I do, and the cables wear out much faster, put stress on the connector even if has that little slot that is supposed to lock it in but doesn't work. If your cable ever wears out, it is less trouble to unsolder the old one and put a new one on that deal with a plugable cable. Either that or solder in a plug of your own to have that hassle only once.Cons:The "rec" key is on the wrong end of the row - it's the first key in the programmable key row. I hate that enough that the Yama is on its way right now. The new version of this keyboard has it in a better location, but it should really be out on its own away from the other keys, how hard is that to figure out?The time the key programming allows is not long enough - you end up having to really practice a long key combo to get it recorded before the recording shuts off, that is absurd. The thing should just wait for keystrokes. I imagine that is because they put the rec key in exactly the wrong place and then tried to compensate for this with yet another idiotic feature.Overall:The keyboard is right now in service a second time as all of my micro usb cables are shot. Who knows, maybe this thing becomes the old standby of yesteryear and ends up being a legend. It's dead easy to program keystrokes into as long as you are fast enough and its held up well. Easy to clean up. The primary issue that got it replaced is that it is soooo loud. I had no idea until it got here how loud it actually was. 4
Redragon K555 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switches, Macro Recording, Wrist Rest, Full Size, Indrah, for Windows PC Gamer (RGB LED Backlit)

Redragon K555 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switches, Macro Recording, Wrist Rest, Full Size, Indrah, for Windows PC Gamer (RGB LED Backlit)

4.1
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Regular price
€125,00
Sale price
€125,00
Regular price
€206,00
Sold out
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Save 39% (€81,00)