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1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black

1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black

1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
1STPLAYER Firerose RGB LED Backlit Wired Ergonomic Waterproof Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue Switch CIY-Replaceable Switch-Black
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Features

  • New Techs : Innovative CIY replaceable switches allow You to replace the switches by yourself. No need to take it out for fixing any more.
  • 10 adjustable multiple RGB backlit modes.Brilliant RGB LED backlighting immerses you in the game with virtually unlimited adjustability.
  • Double-colored injection molded keycaps with long durability and 100% anti-ghosting with 104 key rollover on USB, over 50 million times key-click lifetime.
  • 1.6M high quality cable with golden plated USB interface guarantees efficient and stable data transmission
  • Perfect Splash & Dust Proof with 104 floating keys and whole closed water-proof design.(Note: do not put the keyboard under water)

Description

Specifications: Type: Wired Keyboard Model: FIRE ROSE MK3 RGB Interface: USB Normal Keys: 104 USB Cable Length: 160CM Keyboard Dimensions: 438(L) 136(W) 36(H)mm Weight: 1KG System Requirement: Window XP Vista 7 8 and above Mac Other Features: Ergonomic Design Concept is adopted on the FIRE ROSE MK3 Full N-Key Rollover Function with WIN lock High Quality Mechanical Switch, offering comfortable key-click feeling Long life expectancy, 50 millions key-click lifetime Package Contents: 1x FIREROSE RGB Gaming Keyboard 1x Keycap Puller/Remover 1x Switch Puller/Remover 1x User Manual 1 x Driver CD 5 x Replaceable Outemu Blue Switch


Product Dimensions 17.2 x 5.3 x 1.4 inches


Item Weight 2.2 pounds


Shipping Weight 3.4 pounds


Manufacturer 1STPLAYER TECHNOLOGY


ASIN B01MS4Y9I4


Item model number .


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 222 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #32,487 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #994 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Date first listed on Amazon January 7, 2017


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Features

  • New Techs : Innovative CIY replaceable switches allow You to replace the switches by yourself. No need to take it out for fixing any more.
  • 10 adjustable multiple RGB backlit modes.Brilliant RGB LED backlighting immerses you in the game with virtually unlimited adjustability.
  • Double-colored injection molded keycaps with long durability and 100% anti-ghosting with 104 key rollover on USB, over 50 million times key-click lifetime.
  • 1.6M high quality cable with golden plated USB interface guarantees efficient and stable data transmission
  • Perfect Splash & Dust Proof with 104 floating keys and whole closed water-proof design.(Note: do not put the keyboard under water)

Description

Specifications: Type: Wired Keyboard Model: FIRE ROSE MK3 RGB Interface: USB Normal Keys: 104 USB Cable Length: 160CM Keyboard Dimensions: 438(L) 136(W) 36(H)mm Weight: 1KG System Requirement: Window XP Vista 7 8 and above Mac Other Features: Ergonomic Design Concept is adopted on the FIRE ROSE MK3 Full N-Key Rollover Function with WIN lock High Quality Mechanical Switch, offering comfortable key-click feeling Long life expectancy, 50 millions key-click lifetime Package Contents: 1x FIREROSE RGB Gaming Keyboard 1x Keycap Puller/Remover 1x Switch Puller/Remover 1x User Manual 1 x Driver CD 5 x Replaceable Outemu Blue Switch


Product Dimensions 17.2 x 5.3 x 1.4 inches


Item Weight 2.2 pounds


Shipping Weight 3.4 pounds


Manufacturer 1STPLAYER TECHNOLOGY


ASIN B01MS4Y9I4


Item model number .


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 222 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #32,487 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #994 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Date first listed on Amazon January 7, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • New Techs : Innovative CIY replaceable switches allow You to replace the switches by yourself. No need to take it out for fixing any more.
  • 10 adjustable multiple RGB backlit modes.Brilliant RGB LED backlighting immerses you in the game with virtually unlimited adjustability.
  • Double-colored injection molded keycaps with long durability and 100% anti-ghosting with 104 key rollover on USB, over 50 million times key-click lifetime.
  • 1.6M high quality cable with golden plated USB interface guarantees efficient and stable data transmission
  • Perfect Splash & Dust Proof with 104 floating keys and whole closed water-proof design.(Note: do not put the keyboard under water)

Description

Specifications: Type: Wired Keyboard Model: FIRE ROSE MK3 RGB Interface: USB Normal Keys: 104 USB Cable Length: 160CM Keyboard Dimensions: 438(L) 136(W) 36(H)mm Weight: 1KG System Requirement: Window XP Vista 7 8 and above Mac Other Features: Ergonomic Design Concept is adopted on the FIRE ROSE MK3 Full N-Key Rollover Function with WIN lock High Quality Mechanical Switch, offering comfortable key-click feeling Long life expectancy, 50 millions key-click lifetime Package Contents: 1x FIREROSE RGB Gaming Keyboard 1x Keycap Puller/Remover 1x Switch Puller/Remover 1x User Manual 1 x Driver CD 5 x Replaceable Outemu Blue Switch


Product Dimensions 17.2 x 5.3 x 1.4 inches


Item Weight 2.2 pounds


Shipping Weight 3.4 pounds


Manufacturer 1STPLAYER TECHNOLOGY


ASIN B01MS4Y9I4


Item model number .


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 222 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #32,487 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #994 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Date first listed on Amazon January 7, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews This is simply & without question the best keyboard I have ever owned in nearly 30 years of computing. I wanted to get away from the horrific *muuuushy* junk keyboards that Logitech has been cranking out, complete with peeling letters...& get a keyboard that was really & truly proper *Old Skool.* I wanted to find a "true mechanical keyboard" with what we used to call "full click keys" like the keyboards that came with the IBM PS2 computers in the early 90s. I used to go to the PS2 Labs at school just to do my homework on those keyboards. Man could I type fast & accuratly on those keys. And this keyboard is as close as I've gotten to those since the early 90s. It reminds me of the old school PS2s right down to the sturdy heft that keeps it setting right in the same place without gradually wandering around the desk...& the cream metal housing with the matte finish. What a Dream...!!! : } The Firerose keyboard sounds perhaps 1/2 to 3/4 as loud as those early IBM PS2 keyboards did. These don't have that same loud throaty hollow "clonk" that those ones or the old Macintosh PCs had...but they are in the neighborhood. They are most lovely & a thing of beauty... These are the loudest, springiest, most clickety-clackety, satisfying keys I have ever used in *20 years* -- AND I *LOVE* THEM!!!!!! :_D They are music to my ears... Change *Nothing.* People complaining about the sound should be shopping for something else. There are already tons of quiet mashy keyboard out there that feel like typing on double mashed potatoes. Anyone researching *true* mechanical keyboards needs to understand...these keyboards are *supposed* to sound this way. The same things that make them operate so gracefully & beautifully, & be such a joy to write with, is what is behind the sound you hear. That's the sound & feel of correct design & true quality. Except for making the Enter, Shift, Delete, & other larger keys as springy & clickety as the letter keys are... I sincerely hope the manufacturer changes *nothing* about this keyboard in future models. :) Unless of course they can find a way to make this keyboard even more solid & high quality as these things were once made. I love this keyboard SO MUCH, it's a wonder I don't disconnect it at night & sleep with it...squeezing its clicky keys. : D But I guess I'd rather enjoy the warm glow its pretty lights instead. Speaking of which... The lighting options for this keyboard are necessarily limited because of the way a high quality *true* mechanical keyboard is constructed...but they are bright & beautiful. Take a look at the brightest of the customer images taken in both daylight & evening lighting. What you see there is pretty much what you will receive. That said, I tend to find my one favorite color option on gaming keyboards, & just leave it that way. And the colors you see shading from royal blue, to purple, rose, crimson, & reddish orange are actually quite energizing. One thing I like about this keyboard is that the keys are actually *bright* enough. All of the gaming keyboards I've tried are 1-2 steps of brightness below the level I would really like to use. They have lots of settings that are too dim, but none that are too bright. I don't know why manufacturers don't make gaming keyboards brighter, but by comparison, set to max this one is actually fairly bright, even during the day. You can turn your brightness up, down, & off...& you can make the colors slowly or more quickly flash & "breathe" Vegas style...but this sums up your options. It may well be that changing more about the lighting will take away from the feel & the function of this keyboard. And if so, it is best left exactly the way it is. If I really want another color, I just change my mouse to green. I initially bought 1stPlayer's Firedance keyboard by mistake...mixing it up with this one late at night. The Firedance is said to have "a true mechanical feel," & it is far better in that regard than many other keyboards making this claim, & it has several solid color options. But compared to the Firedance...this Firerose is the *real deal.* There is way too much resistance to the Firedance's keystrike to create that fake mechanical feel, that not only does not have a true mechanical feel to it, but also creates a significant amount of carpal tunnel strain. I do not feel this same resistance & growing fatigue in my hands using the Firerose. So, if you are already managing carpal tunnel issues, I strongly recommend buying the Firerose over the Firedance. As for wrist strain...for me, the housing structure of the Firerose is optimal. First, I love the metal... More metal, please!! Second, those giant plastic keyboards with the huuuuge margins in front of them create more pain for me vs. relieve it. I never can rest my wrists on margins as I type anyways. Ever. Personally, I experience much less fatigue moving a compact keyboard like the Firerose or Firedance flush with the front edge of my desk...& the less fat useless margin there is between the keys & the desk edge...the better I feel after using the PC several hours. And one great thing about this solidly built keyboard is it stays put without gradually moving backwards or sideways over time. I was constantly repositioning those smushy junk Logitechs. For graceful typing speed & accuracy, on a scale of 1-5...I would give those squashy Logitech keyboards & the like a 2.5...the Firedance a 4...& this Firerose keyboard a 5. I give this keyboard a full genuine 5 Star rating. I would honestly be willing to buy use nothing but this model of keyboard for the rest of my days. And that's the highest rating I can give anything. If I had any recommendations, I would say make it even louder, clickier, springier, & heavier... : ) But then I started using "true mechanical" keyboards since the dawn of the PC era. : D Please keep making these!!;;Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Simply The BEST PC Keyboard I Have Ever Bought!;;.oOo.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R32THVNQC0J9KM/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS4Y9I4;;;I really love the keyboard sadly is falsely advertised, it says that is waterproof but it isn't. A water cup tilted over the keyboard of course it wasn't on purpose and the keyboard just went crazy so it's unusable now. I bought it specifically because if the waterproof since accidents happen but sadly it didn't work as advertised.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;I really love the keyboard sadly is falsely advertised;;alan;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1GAIV849P0GDP/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS4Y9I4;;;Let me preface this by stating that this keyboard is a compromise. If you have $150 for a Blackwidow Chroma, then you don't need to make compromises. However, if you're a 16 year old kid who just smashed his old keyboard into oblivion (while ironically not playing Oblivion), this is the one for you. Trust me when I tell you that this is the best keyboard you are going to be able to buy brand new for $45, as I've done a painstaking amount of research before purchasing this. It comes with 5 additional replacement switches, a keycap puller, a switch puller (the switches are plate-mounted and hot-swappable), and a startup guide. The instructions are in what I assume to be Mandarin with present, yet broken English translations. The switches are extremely easy to replace even out of the box. The keyboard has a nice heft to it that, along with it's rubber feet, will ensure that this thing will not slide around on your desk. It also has flip-down feet that are rubberized and make for a more comfortable typing angle. The keyboard is extremely easy and enjoyable to type on, with the Otemu blue switches being a bit louder (and more enjoyable) than the Cherry Mx Green switches that were on my old keyboard. The metal top plate along with the exposed switches gives this keyboard a very clean look and makes it that much easier to clean. The lighting, although not customizable by color, is very attractive. There are 9 lighting modes (static, reactive, breathing, zone, scanning, 45° scanning, snake, wave, and ripple) that can be modified by brightness and speed. The keyboard also includes 8 preset zone lighting modes that light up specific keys for certain games and two customizable modes in which you can illuminate the keys of your choice. I highly recommend you get the white version, even if you have a black setup like mine, as it looks much better when illuminated and when not illuminated gives a nostalgic IBM keyboard vibe. The only qualms that I have with this keyboard are: -The cable is neither removable nor braided, and the strain relief connected to the keyboard is kind of an eyesore to look at - the font on the keycaps, while legible, is the same disgustingly aggressive font found on all Chinese keyboards of this type -there is no light or indicator for the win-lock, leaving me confused sometimes as to whether the key is locked or not -the LED's are not customizable by color, which is a shame because I'm sure that the LED's used on this are RGB, but are simply limited by the on-board chip. All of the aforementioned problems that I stated above vanish from my mind when I remember that I spent $45 on this keyboard and it will probably last me much longer than my previous keyboard. Seriously, buy this thing (The white one though);;Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Just Buy It Already...;;Mike;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1A8NEI0J0MBH1/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS4Y9I4;;;2020 update: Still going strong. Bright and beautiful. No bugs or problems with it interfacing with Windows and Windows based software. Original post: Absolutely love this! I keep getting compliments at work. Everyone is so jealous [; . Keyboard Pros: Satisfying clicking of the keys The colors are amazing and so bright! Multiple color patterns to choose from (Switch between patterns by holding the FN Key and then hit the INS key once to switch to the next color mode... continue this to get to the desired pattern). Cons: Not completely compatible with Apple computers right out of the box. Not a big deal since they use windows at my job. Overall : Freaking amazing and thank you. This computer cheers me up in my gloomy office environment. I couldn't be happier. Those on the fence about purchasing... just buy it. You won't regret it. Thanks! The pictures don't even do it justice.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Colorful Bright Keyboard for any age;;Ursula;;/gp/customer-reviews/R26EG155I7QN4Q/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MS4Y9I4

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By .oOo. - Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2016
Simply The BEST PC Keyboard I Have Ever Bought!
This is simply & without question the best keyboard I have ever owned in nearly 30 years of computing. I wanted to get away from the horrific *muuuushy* junk keyboards that Logitech has been cranking out, complete with peeling letters...& get a keyboard that was really & truly proper *Old Skool.* I wanted to find a "true mechanical keyboard" with what we used to call "full click keys" like the keyboards that came with the IBM PS2 computers in the early 90s. I used to go to the PS2 Labs at school just to do my homework on those keyboards. Man could I type fast & accuratly on those keys. And this keyboard is as close as I've gotten to those since the early 90s. It reminds me of the old school PS2s right down to the sturdy heft that keeps it setting right in the same place without gradually wandering around the desk...& the cream metal housing with the matte finish. What a Dream...!!! : } The Firerose keyboard sounds perhaps 1/2 to 3/4 as loud as those early IBM PS2 keyboards did. These don't have that same loud throaty hollow "clonk" that those ones or the old Macintosh PCs had...but they are in the neighborhood. They are most lovely & a thing of beauty... These are the loudest, springiest, most clickety-clackety, satisfying keys I have ever used in *20 years* -- AND I *LOVE* THEM!!!!!! :_D They are music to my ears... Change *Nothing.* People complaining about the sound should be shopping for something else. There are already tons of quiet mashy keyboard out there that feel like typing on double mashed potatoes. Anyone researching *true* mechanical keyboards needs to understand...these keyboards are *supposed* to sound this way. The same things that make them operate so gracefully & beautifully, & be such a joy to write with, is what is behind the sound you hear. That's the sound & feel of correct design & true quality. Except for making the Enter, Shift, Delete, & other larger keys as springy & clickety as the letter keys are... I sincerely hope the manufacturer changes *nothing* about this keyboard in future models. :) Unless of course they can find a way to make this keyboard even more solid & high quality as these things were once made. I love this keyboard SO MUCH, it's a wonder I don't disconnect it at night & sleep with it...squeezing its clicky keys. : D But I guess I'd rather enjoy the warm glow its pretty lights instead. Speaking of which... The lighting options for this keyboard are necessarily limited because of the way a high quality *true* mechanical keyboard is constructed...but they are bright & beautiful. Take a look at the brightest of the customer images taken in both daylight & evening lighting. What you see there is pretty much what you will receive. That said, I tend to find my one favorite color option on gaming keyboards, & just leave it that way. And the colors you see shading from royal blue, to purple, rose, crimson, & reddish orange are actually quite energizing. One thing I like about this keyboard is that the keys are actually *bright* enough. All of the gaming keyboards I've tried are 1-2 steps of brightness below the level I would really like to use. They have lots of settings that are too dim, but none that are too bright. I don't know why manufacturers don't make gaming keyboards brighter, but by comparison, set to max this one is actually fairly bright, even during the day. You can turn your brightness up, down, & off...& you can make the colors slowly or more quickly flash & "breathe" Vegas style...but this sums up your options. It may well be that changing more about the lighting will take away from the feel & the function of this keyboard. And if so, it is best left exactly the way it is. If I really want another color, I just change my mouse to green. I initially bought 1stPlayer's Firedance keyboard by mistake...mixing it up with this one late at night. The Firedance is said to have "a true mechanical feel," & it is far better in that regard than many other keyboards making this claim, & it has several solid color options. But compared to the Firedance...this Firerose is the *real deal.* There is way too much resistance to the Firedance's keystrike to create that fake mechanical feel, that not only does not have a true mechanical feel to it, but also creates a significant amount of carpal tunnel strain. I do not feel this same resistance & growing fatigue in my hands using the Firerose. So, if you are already managing carpal tunnel issues, I strongly recommend buying the Firerose over the Firedance. As for wrist strain...for me, the housing structure of the Firerose is optimal. First, I love the metal... More metal, please!! Second, those giant plastic keyboards with the huuuuge margins in front of them create more pain for me vs. relieve it. I never can rest my wrists on margins as I type anyways. Ever. Personally, I experience much less fatigue moving a compact keyboard like the Firerose or Firedance flush with the front edge of my desk...& the less fat useless margin there is between the keys & the desk edge...the better I feel after using the PC several hours. And one great thing about this solidly built keyboard is it stays put without gradually moving backwards or sideways over time. I was constantly repositioning those smushy junk Logitechs. For graceful typing speed & accuracy, on a scale of 1-5...I would give those squashy Logitech keyboards & the like a 2.5...the Firedance a 4...& this Firerose keyboard a 5. I give this keyboard a full genuine 5 Star rating. I would honestly be willing to buy use nothing but this model of keyboard for the rest of my days. And that's the highest rating I can give anything. If I had any recommendations, I would say make it even louder, clickier, springier, & heavier... : ) But then I started using "true mechanical" keyboards since the dawn of the PC era. : D Please keep making these!!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By alan - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2017
I really love the keyboard sadly is falsely advertised
I really love the keyboard sadly is falsely advertised, it says that is waterproof but it isn't. A water cup tilted over the keyboard of course it wasn't on purpose and the keyboard just went crazy so it's unusable now. I bought it specifically because if the waterproof since accidents happen but sadly it didn't work as advertised.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike - Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2017
Just Buy It Already...
Let me preface this by stating that this keyboard is a compromise. If you have $150 for a Blackwidow Chroma, then you don't need to make compromises. However, if you're a 16 year old kid who just smashed his old keyboard into oblivion (while ironically not playing Oblivion), this is the one for you. Trust me when I tell you that this is the best keyboard you are going to be able to buy brand new for $45, as I've done a painstaking amount of research before purchasing this. It comes with 5 additional replacement switches, a keycap puller, a switch puller (the switches are plate-mounted and hot-swappable), and a startup guide. The instructions are in what I assume to be Mandarin with present, yet broken English translations. The switches are extremely easy to replace even out of the box. The keyboard has a nice heft to it that, along with it's rubber feet, will ensure that this thing will not slide around on your desk. It also has flip-down feet that are rubberized and make for a more comfortable typing angle. The keyboard is extremely easy and enjoyable to type on, with the Otemu blue switches being a bit louder (and more enjoyable) than the Cherry Mx Green switches that were on my old keyboard. The metal top plate along with the exposed switches gives this keyboard a very clean look and makes it that much easier to clean. The lighting, although not customizable by color, is very attractive. There are 9 lighting modes (static, reactive, breathing, zone, scanning, 45° scanning, snake, wave, and ripple) that can be modified by brightness and speed. The keyboard also includes 8 preset zone lighting modes that light up specific keys for certain games and two customizable modes in which you can illuminate the keys of your choice. I highly recommend you get the white version, even if you have a black setup like mine, as it looks much better when illuminated and when not illuminated gives a nostalgic IBM keyboard vibe. The only qualms that I have with this keyboard are: -The cable is neither removable nor braided, and the strain relief connected to the keyboard is kind of an eyesore to look at - the font on the keycaps, while legible, is the same disgustingly aggressive font found on all Chinese keyboards of this type -there is no light or indicator for the win-lock, leaving me confused sometimes as to whether the key is locked or not -the LED's are not customizable by color, which is a shame because I'm sure that the LED's used on this are RGB, but are simply limited by the on-board chip. All of the aforementioned problems that I stated above vanish from my mind when I remember that I spent $45 on this keyboard and it will probably last me much longer than my previous keyboard. Seriously, buy this thing (The white one though)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ursula - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017
Colorful Bright Keyboard for any age
2020 update: Still going strong. Bright and beautiful. No bugs or problems with it interfacing with Windows and Windows based software. Original post: Absolutely love this! I keep getting compliments at work. Everyone is so jealous [; . Keyboard Pros: Satisfying clicking of the keys The colors are amazing and so bright! Multiple color patterns to choose from (Switch between patterns by holding the FN Key and then hit the INS key once to switch to the next color mode... continue this to get to the desired pattern). Cons: Not completely compatible with Apple computers right out of the box. Not a big deal since they use windows at my job. Overall : Freaking amazing and thank you. This computer cheers me up in my gloomy office environment. I couldn't be happier. Those on the fence about purchasing... just buy it. You won't regret it. Thanks! The pictures don't even do it justice.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By .oOo. - Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2016
Simply The BEST PC Keyboard I Have Ever Bought!
This is simply & without question the best keyboard I have ever owned in nearly 30 years of computing. I wanted to get away from the horrific *muuuushy* junk keyboards that Logitech has been cranking out, complete with peeling letters...& get a keyboard that was really & truly proper *Old Skool.* I wanted to find a "true mechanical keyboard" with what we used to call "full click keys" like the keyboards that came with the IBM PS2 computers in the early 90s. I used to go to the PS2 Labs at school just to do my homework on those keyboards. Man could I type fast & accuratly on those keys. And this keyboard is as close as I've gotten to those since the early 90s. It reminds me of the old school PS2s right down to the sturdy heft that keeps it setting right in the same place without gradually wandering around the desk...& the cream metal housing with the matte finish. What a Dream...!!! : } The Firerose keyboard sounds perhaps 1/2 to 3/4 as loud as those early IBM PS2 keyboards did. These don't have that same loud throaty hollow "clonk" that those ones or the old Macintosh PCs had...but they are in the neighborhood. They are most lovely & a thing of beauty... These are the loudest, springiest, most clickety-clackety, satisfying keys I have ever used in *20 years* -- AND I *LOVE* THEM!!!!!! :_D They are music to my ears... Change *Nothing.* People complaining about the sound should be shopping for something else. There are already tons of quiet mashy keyboard out there that feel like typing on double mashed potatoes. Anyone researching *true* mechanical keyboards needs to understand...these keyboards are *supposed* to sound this way. The same things that make them operate so gracefully & beautifully, & be such a joy to write with, is what is behind the sound you hear. That's the sound & feel of correct design & true quality. Except for making the Enter, Shift, Delete, & other larger keys as springy & clickety as the letter keys are... I sincerely hope the manufacturer changes *nothing* about this keyboard in future models. :) Unless of course they can find a way to make this keyboard even more solid & high quality as these things were once made. I love this keyboard SO MUCH, it's a wonder I don't disconnect it at night & sleep with it...squeezing its clicky keys. : D But I guess I'd rather enjoy the warm glow its pretty lights instead. Speaking of which... The lighting options for this keyboard are necessarily limited because of the way a high quality *true* mechanical keyboard is constructed...but they are bright & beautiful. Take a look at the brightest of the customer images taken in both daylight & evening lighting. What you see there is pretty much what you will receive. That said, I tend to find my one favorite color option on gaming keyboards, & just leave it that way. And the colors you see shading from royal blue, to purple, rose, crimson, & reddish orange are actually quite energizing. One thing I like about this keyboard is that the keys are actually *bright* enough. All of the gaming keyboards I've tried are 1-2 steps of brightness below the level I would really like to use. They have lots of settings that are too dim, but none that are too bright. I don't know why manufacturers don't make gaming keyboards brighter, but by comparison, set to max this one is actually fairly bright, even during the day. You can turn your brightness up, down, & off...& you can make the colors slowly or more quickly flash & "breathe" Vegas style...but this sums up your options. It may well be that changing more about the lighting will take away from the feel & the function of this keyboard. And if so, it is best left exactly the way it is. If I really want another color, I just change my mouse to green. I initially bought 1stPlayer's Firedance keyboard by mistake...mixing it up with this one late at night. The Firedance is said to have "a true mechanical feel," & it is far better in that regard than many other keyboards making this claim, & it has several solid color options. But compared to the Firedance...this Firerose is the *real deal.* There is way too much resistance to the Firedance's keystrike to create that fake mechanical feel, that not only does not have a true mechanical feel to it, but also creates a significant amount of carpal tunnel strain. I do not feel this same resistance & growing fatigue in my hands using the Firerose. So, if you are already managing carpal tunnel issues, I strongly recommend buying the Firerose over the Firedance. As for wrist strain...for me, the housing structure of the Firerose is optimal. First, I love the metal... More metal, please!! Second, those giant plastic keyboards with the huuuuge margins in front of them create more pain for me vs. relieve it. I never can rest my wrists on margins as I type anyways. Ever. Personally, I experience much less fatigue moving a compact keyboard like the Firerose or Firedance flush with the front edge of my desk...& the less fat useless margin there is between the keys & the desk edge...the better I feel after using the PC several hours. And one great thing about this solidly built keyboard is it stays put without gradually moving backwards or sideways over time. I was constantly repositioning those smushy junk Logitechs. For graceful typing speed & accuracy, on a scale of 1-5...I would give those squashy Logitech keyboards & the like a 2.5...the Firedance a 4...& this Firerose keyboard a 5. I give this keyboard a full genuine 5 Star rating. I would honestly be willing to buy use nothing but this model of keyboard for the rest of my days. And that's the highest rating I can give anything. If I had any recommendations, I would say make it even louder, clickier, springier, & heavier... : ) But then I started using "true mechanical" keyboards since the dawn of the PC era. : D Please keep making these!!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By alan - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2017
I really love the keyboard sadly is falsely advertised
I really love the keyboard sadly is falsely advertised, it says that is waterproof but it isn't. A water cup tilted over the keyboard of course it wasn't on purpose and the keyboard just went crazy so it's unusable now. I bought it specifically because if the waterproof since accidents happen but sadly it didn't work as advertised.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike - Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2017
Just Buy It Already...
Let me preface this by stating that this keyboard is a compromise. If you have $150 for a Blackwidow Chroma, then you don't need to make compromises. However, if you're a 16 year old kid who just smashed his old keyboard into oblivion (while ironically not playing Oblivion), this is the one for you. Trust me when I tell you that this is the best keyboard you are going to be able to buy brand new for $45, as I've done a painstaking amount of research before purchasing this. It comes with 5 additional replacement switches, a keycap puller, a switch puller (the switches are plate-mounted and hot-swappable), and a startup guide. The instructions are in what I assume to be Mandarin with present, yet broken English translations. The switches are extremely easy to replace even out of the box. The keyboard has a nice heft to it that, along with it's rubber feet, will ensure that this thing will not slide around on your desk. It also has flip-down feet that are rubberized and make for a more comfortable typing angle. The keyboard is extremely easy and enjoyable to type on, with the Otemu blue switches being a bit louder (and more enjoyable) than the Cherry Mx Green switches that were on my old keyboard. The metal top plate along with the exposed switches gives this keyboard a very clean look and makes it that much easier to clean. The lighting, although not customizable by color, is very attractive. There are 9 lighting modes (static, reactive, breathing, zone, scanning, 45° scanning, snake, wave, and ripple) that can be modified by brightness and speed. The keyboard also includes 8 preset zone lighting modes that light up specific keys for certain games and two customizable modes in which you can illuminate the keys of your choice. I highly recommend you get the white version, even if you have a black setup like mine, as it looks much better when illuminated and when not illuminated gives a nostalgic IBM keyboard vibe. The only qualms that I have with this keyboard are: -The cable is neither removable nor braided, and the strain relief connected to the keyboard is kind of an eyesore to look at - the font on the keycaps, while legible, is the same disgustingly aggressive font found on all Chinese keyboards of this type -there is no light or indicator for the win-lock, leaving me confused sometimes as to whether the key is locked or not -the LED's are not customizable by color, which is a shame because I'm sure that the LED's used on this are RGB, but are simply limited by the on-board chip. All of the aforementioned problems that I stated above vanish from my mind when I remember that I spent $45 on this keyboard and it will probably last me much longer than my previous keyboard. Seriously, buy this thing (The white one though)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ursula - Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017
Colorful Bright Keyboard for any age
2020 update: Still going strong. Bright and beautiful. No bugs or problems with it interfacing with Windows and Windows based software. Original post: Absolutely love this! I keep getting compliments at work. Everyone is so jealous [; . Keyboard Pros: Satisfying clicking of the keys The colors are amazing and so bright! Multiple color patterns to choose from (Switch between patterns by holding the FN Key and then hit the INS key once to switch to the next color mode... continue this to get to the desired pattern). Cons: Not completely compatible with Apple computers right out of the box. Not a big deal since they use windows at my job. Overall : Freaking amazing and thank you. This computer cheers me up in my gloomy office environment. I couldn't be happier. Those on the fence about purchasing... just buy it. You won't regret it. Thanks! The pictures don't even do it justice.