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Don't bother, buy a real Cherry keyboard.
on 3 June 2016
Seemed okay to begin with, sturdy and felt good to type on, but some keys started to become unreliable shortly after the 30 day return window closed.
Now the control key doesn't work 90% of the time, shift is unreliable, other keys are starting to go too.
I can't return it and I can't contact the seller, so I'm left with a £30 keyboard shaped doorstop.
I should have guessed it wouldn't be a proper Cherry keyboard, looks like imitation switches, do yourself a favour and save your money for a real keyboard instead of one of these clones.
What's worse is the Amazon page on my statutory rights links to citizens advice, which even tells me I have the right to a repair, replacement or a discount, but there's no such options to contact either Amazon or the seller about this problem, just a flat 'This item is no longer eligible for return'
From citizens advice:
'You’re entitled to a repair, replacement or a discount
Make sure you return the item within 6 months of buying it 4 November 2016. It’s easier in the first 6 months, as you won’t have to prove who caused the fault.
If the repair or replacement isn’t the same as what you bought, you’re entitled to a refund instead. You could ask for a discount instead, if you’d rather keep the item.
Ask the seller for the easiest way to send the item back. You shouldn’t have to pay.'
What a joke.