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    Mechanical keyboards are about so much more than just a clicky sound when you press the button. Mechanical keyboards are a gateway to personalization and customization in your keyboard. You want to get started in that world? In a place where you can switch the key caps whenever you want and set the lights exactly how you want? Start with the Royal Kludge RK61 Bluetooth mechanical gaming keyboard on Amazon. Clip the 15% off on-page coupon and you'll get it for $38.24. The keyboard regularly sells for around $45, but you could argue it sells much higher than that since it often jumps in price as high as $80. The variation in price is because keyboards like this are usually built internationally, but today's deal is fulfilled by Amazon and shipped with Prime.
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    09-19-2019 07:00 PM

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