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Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys

Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys

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Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Blue Switches, Type-C Professional Gaming Keypad with 7 Onboard Macro Keys, Detachable Wrist Rest, 42 Keys
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Features

  • Slim and Tactile - The K585 keyboard gets rid of those extra keys and keeps the most useful ones in a slim & portable package. All of your keyboard action keys are in one convenient place. No need to worry about misclicked keys. The crisp tactile click of OUTEMU Blue Switches allows you to master the rhythm of the battlefield and make you the MVP.
  • Play to Win - With 7 programmable macro keys, binding multiple commands and activating them instantly is simple and quick. Assign single or multiple keystrokes to any macro key to save precious time in the middle of battle.
  • Light it Up in Your Way - 5 RGB backlit modes are selectable with 16.8 Million Colors. Glorious & amazing lighting effects let the light of victory wreak havoc in the dark.
  • USB Pass-Through Port - Positioned for uninterrupted game play and ready for your mouse, wireless headset adapter, or other USB device.
  • Form & Function - Ergonomically designed with a detachable wrist-rest section connected by magnets, the wrist-rest offers great support to make use more comfortable. Software/Driver link

Description

Read more Read more Read more Read more Specifications: Keyboard Weight: 1.7 poundsKeyboard Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 2 inchesKey Switches: OUTEMU Blue SwitchesUSB Connector: USB 2.0Keyboard Connectivity: WiredMatrix: 42 Keys (Full Rollover)Macro Key: 7Wrist-rest Part: YESHeight Adjustable: No Package List: 1 x Redragon K585 mechanical keyboard1 x Typer-C Cord1 x User manual Please Notice: RGB backlit and keys macro can be set via software, please download it from redragonshop-software.


Product Dimensions: 11 x 2 x 9 inches


Item Weight: 1.65 pounds


Manufacturer: Redragon


Item model number: K585


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 1, 2019


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Returns

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Color: Black-Blue Switch


Features

  • Slim and Tactile - The K585 keyboard gets rid of those extra keys and keeps the most useful ones in a slim & portable package. All of your keyboard action keys are in one convenient place. No need to worry about misclicked keys. The crisp tactile click of OUTEMU Blue Switches allows you to master the rhythm of the battlefield and make you the MVP.
  • Play to Win - With 7 programmable macro keys, binding multiple commands and activating them instantly is simple and quick. Assign single or multiple keystrokes to any macro key to save precious time in the middle of battle.
  • Light it Up in Your Way - 5 RGB backlit modes are selectable with 16.8 Million Colors. Glorious & amazing lighting effects let the light of victory wreak havoc in the dark.
  • USB Pass-Through Port - Positioned for uninterrupted game play and ready for your mouse, wireless headset adapter, or other USB device.
  • Form & Function - Ergonomically designed with a detachable wrist-rest section connected by magnets, the wrist-rest offers great support to make use more comfortable. Software/Driver link

Description

Read more Read more Read more Read more Specifications: Keyboard Weight: 1.7 poundsKeyboard Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 2 inchesKey Switches: OUTEMU Blue SwitchesUSB Connector: USB 2.0Keyboard Connectivity: WiredMatrix: 42 Keys (Full Rollover)Macro Key: 7Wrist-rest Part: YESHeight Adjustable: No Package List: 1 x Redragon K585 mechanical keyboard1 x Typer-C Cord1 x User manual Please Notice: RGB backlit and keys macro can be set via software, please download it from redragonshop-software.


Product Dimensions: 11 x 2 x 9 inches


Item Weight: 1.65 pounds


Manufacturer: Redragon


Item model number: K585


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 1, 2019


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

  • Slim and Tactile - The K585 keyboard gets rid of those extra keys and keeps the most useful ones in a slim & portable package. All of your keyboard action keys are in one convenient place. No need to worry about misclicked keys. The crisp tactile click of OUTEMU Blue Switches allows you to master the rhythm of the battlefield and make you the MVP.
  • Play to Win - With 7 programmable macro keys, binding multiple commands and activating them instantly is simple and quick. Assign single or multiple keystrokes to any macro key to save precious time in the middle of battle.
  • Light it Up in Your Way - 5 RGB backlit modes are selectable with 16.8 Million Colors. Glorious & amazing lighting effects let the light of victory wreak havoc in the dark.
  • USB Pass-Through Port - Positioned for uninterrupted game play and ready for your mouse, wireless headset adapter, or other USB device.
  • Form & Function - Ergonomically designed with a detachable wrist-rest section connected by magnets, the wrist-rest offers great support to make use more comfortable. Software/Driver link

Description

Read more Read more Read more Read more Specifications: Keyboard Weight: 1.7 poundsKeyboard Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 2 inchesKey Switches: OUTEMU Blue SwitchesUSB Connector: USB 2.0Keyboard Connectivity: WiredMatrix: 42 Keys (Full Rollover)Macro Key: 7Wrist-rest Part: YESHeight Adjustable: No Package List: 1 x Redragon K585 mechanical keyboard1 x Typer-C Cord1 x User manual Please Notice: RGB backlit and keys macro can be set via software, please download it from redragonshop-software.


Product Dimensions: 11 x 2 x 9 inches


Item Weight: 1.65 pounds


Manufacturer: Redragon


Item model number: K585


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 1, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 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.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Page - Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
Honest review here from a real person if you care...
I play WoW and the more keys I have access to the better. You may seem sketched out that this product has so little reviews at this time. All I can say is don’t! I literally spent 2hours+ researching keyboards for my wife and I who started to play WoW with me. After all the searching and reading of reviews, I settled on this one handed keyboard and the full Keyboard from Redragon. I am going to go write a review for the keyboard too because it is AMAZING! Save yourself the time I had to waste. Believe me, just get this badboy or if you need a keyboard check out the Redragon 580 VATA RGB. So incredibly stoked to finally have found a good company after Razer has taken a horrible turn for the worse and the reviews on Corsair products show many bad reviews about software, customer service and broken/faulty parts. Good luck in your journey if you decide to spend time searching. Just know that I am extremely OCD, a perfectionist, and very concerned with function and esthetics. This was able to check all my boxes AND had the reviews to help me feel at ease.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M.S. Garand - Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2019
Best single handed keyboard I've used, and I have used a lot of them.
I usually wait a while before reviewing, but this is getting a same day review baby. The build quality is top notch, but Red Dragon products usually are, even though they make budget products. We are getting F keys, 1-6 plus the normal alphas on most single handed keyboards plus a bonus N&P, and 5 macro keys. Outemu Blue switches (kaihl would be better but outemu is decent) outemu switches have box stabilizers around the stem to reduce key wobble. I would like to see an option for Red linear switches but at this price I might upgrade myself, if I can find outemu reds with the same pin size.. Not only is every key mechanical including the macros (gamesir z1 uses rubber dome for macros) but you can swap the switches out for outemus with the same pin layout. Switch and key puller is included plus a few extra blue switches. It has a magnetic wrist rest (thank you Red Dragon for giving me that option. Plus a detachable USB type c connector (when you have a keyboard, mouse, plus a single handed keyboard you will appreciate the ability to quickly disconnect and store when not in use) The RGB is actually bright and vibrant and the keys aren't super glossy with just enough texture to stand up to sweaty hands (long game sessions ya know?) The keys seem just a bit further spaced than I am used to, but this could be an illusion. It also features a USB pass through, although I haven't tested the latency so I'm not sure if it's viable for a gaming mouse. This thing is worth the money and then some. Unless you're going to shell out 150 for a Razer orbweaver Chroma (with less keys) and learn the button layout and map your keys in most games, this is the best option. I have purchased Gamesir Z1 single handed keyboard, 1byone single handed, Gamesir gk100 single handed, and the Logitech g13 (this was used for productivity due to it's sheer number of macros and key binding potential) I have been through all of those searching for the perfect one, and I believe I have found it. You won't regret it either. Edit: I tested the USB pass through and it has ZERO effect on the polling rate of my Logitech G502

4.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Van Dyke - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
punches above its weight
The Redragon K585 DITI is an entry level mechanical keyboard that punches above its weight. That doesn't make it perfect for everyone, however. Look, it's pretty clear just by looking at this keyboard that it isn't a full keyboard. That intrinsically limits its target audience. For someone with ample desk space, this might not make the most sense as a purchase. But, on the flip side of that, for those with LESS space than usual, this can accomplish a very crucial goal of getting you back some of that valuable desk real-estate for your mouse, or other peripherals. For instance, in my case, I needed more room for gaming. One of the problems I kept running into with my existing setup was that during an intense firefight, I would sometimes slap my mouse on the side of my keyboard, resulting in, almost always, poor results. And after trying for many months to get used to playing with my full-sized keyboard tilted at a 45 degree angle, it just became worth the $35 dollars or so to get rid of the hand-pain that induced and solve the mouse conundrum in a combo meal. On the other hand, I could also see this being fairly useful for something like Asesprite, GIMP, or other design-oriented programs and tools. While I'm sure that there are people that could easily use the full spread of a full-sized keyboard with macros and still need more room, I'm not one of them, and I think it's fair to say that someone reading a review about this keyboard for that reason probably isn't either. So, what sets this keyboard apart from the competition? The biggest thing for me has been the remappable buttons. With 5 dedicated macro-keys and two other keys that you have the *option* to remap (tilde and T), you've got 7 total keys to customize. There are severe limitations to this that can ultimately hamper that usability, but we'll come back to that later. If you're someone that's into RGB, the keyboard lets you choose from 5 arrangements of color patterns that can range from what you'd expect from a typical RGB rainbow-vomit experience, to more subdued patterns that only appear when a key is pressed. To Redragons credit, the depth and color coverage is absolutely outstanding. It absolutely cannot be understated, in comparison to my Corsair RGB keyboard, the colors are just better on the K585. There's even some hidden gems as far as features go, too. While you can change the color mode using the four dedicated mode-buttons atop the keyboard, this *also* serves as a convenient and quick way to swap between different macro bindings on those 7 macro keys. But, if someone were to decide that they wanted to change the color mode but not lose their bindings, they could just as easily use the function key and space key to cycle between the modes of their own volition. Additionally, the keyboard has a detachable Type-C cable, so in the off chance that your cable got ruined, you would no longer be in the market for a whole keyboard, but just a cable. It also features an extra USB slot on the back that you could use for presumably anything a normal USB Type 2 slot could be used for, like a full keyboard if you needed that extra range, a wireless headset adapter, or just a convenient place to charge your phone. So now we've covered the good, but what about the bad? Are there any "gotchas" to this product? That's a question with some complicated answers that mostly come down to your use case. For me, one of the biggest issues with the device was the limitations behind the macro recording. As you can only record buttons that are available on the device itself, it makes rebinding almost mandatory for some games. In Destiny 2, as an example, I have my social tab bound to my O key normally, but as the K585 doesn’t have an O key, it makes opening that menu kind of a chore. My options at that point were to either change which keyboard I was pressing keys on for only specific keys, or just rebind these actions. Luckily, Destiny 2 has two binding settings for each action, so I was able to set most of these crucial actions to be the F1 through F4 keys as their fallback binding, in the off chance that I wanted to use a full-sized keyboard for any reason. *But*, even this has consequences. If you’re playing a game that doesn’t have multiple binding options, or rebinding at all, you’re just going to be out of luck. On top of that, if you’re someone that uses the alt-key for whatever reason, you could potentially run into issues with either accidentally or unintentionally using ALT+F4 to close your game or program of choice. Ideally, passing a keyboard through the K585 would allow it to register these macros as any press, like how a lot of keyboard or mouse macro software works already. Of course, the K585 doesn’t have any software to speak of, so it may just be a limitation of the hardware they use to power these macro keys. Another binding issue that I’ve run into is the problem of *un*-binding keys. While you *can* unbind them, it appears to only have a group unbind option. For my use case, I’ve somehow managed to lose the T binding entirely. If I change modes it’s fine, or if I were to reset *the entire binding setup* I could fix it, but I can’t just rebind my T key to T, as it.. Isn’t T anymore. I also can’t just reset *that particular* binding, but this is again, probably a limitation of whatever they use to power the macros. Thankfully, that covers the largest of my gripes with the keyboard. I’m no mechanical keyboard expert by any means, but it uses blue switches that feel very good to me. If you’re not sure what kind of switches you like, the mechanical keyboards subreddit seems to always recommend buying a switch tester. They run around 17 dollars on Amazon, however, so if you’re looking for a budget option in something like this keyboard, you’ll potentially just be paying for peace of mind. With that said, the switches are audible, but they don’t drive me up the walls by any means. My only other real complaint with this is probably that the F key doesn’t have the nice tactile bump that I’m accustomed to on my full-sized keyboard. That lead to quite a few times where my senses and muscle memory clashed with each other and ultimately caused me to fumble around aimlessly, but that had an easy enough fix. For me, I just put a dab of super glue on the key to give it a little bump, and that’s been more than enough to ease the aforementioned clashing. I will say that when I was browsing Amazon to figure out what exactly I was going to buy, it took me a while to get over the absolutely dreadful looking font that is printed on the keys. To me, it came off as a very edgy and try-hard font, but in person it didn’t really bother me all that much. And, thankfully, most of the time I spend with this keyboard, I’m looking at the screen and not the keyboard, so truthfully it doesn’t bother me anymore. So, is the K585 worth it? In my opinion, absolutely! If you’re looking for a keyboard of this style, there are a ton of positive things to say here. If you like RGB, it’s got it, if you don’t, you can turn it off. If you’re worried about price, it’s inexpensive (especially in comparison to the competition), and if you’re working with limited desk space, this is a natural pick.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Page - Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
Honest review here from a real person if you care...
I play WoW and the more keys I have access to the better. You may seem sketched out that this product has so little reviews at this time. All I can say is don’t! I literally spent 2hours+ researching keyboards for my wife and I who started to play WoW with me. After all the searching and reading of reviews, I settled on this one handed keyboard and the full Keyboard from Redragon. I am going to go write a review for the keyboard too because it is AMAZING! Save yourself the time I had to waste. Believe me, just get this badboy or if you need a keyboard check out the Redragon 580 VATA RGB. So incredibly stoked to finally have found a good company after Razer has taken a horrible turn for the worse and the reviews on Corsair products show many bad reviews about software, customer service and broken/faulty parts. Good luck in your journey if you decide to spend time searching. Just know that I am extremely OCD, a perfectionist, and very concerned with function and esthetics. This was able to check all my boxes AND had the reviews to help me feel at ease.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M.S. Garand - Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2019
Best single handed keyboard I've used, and I have used a lot of them.
I usually wait a while before reviewing, but this is getting a same day review baby. The build quality is top notch, but Red Dragon products usually are, even though they make budget products. We are getting F keys, 1-6 plus the normal alphas on most single handed keyboards plus a bonus N&P, and 5 macro keys. Outemu Blue switches (kaihl would be better but outemu is decent) outemu switches have box stabilizers around the stem to reduce key wobble. I would like to see an option for Red linear switches but at this price I might upgrade myself, if I can find outemu reds with the same pin size.. Not only is every key mechanical including the macros (gamesir z1 uses rubber dome for macros) but you can swap the switches out for outemus with the same pin layout. Switch and key puller is included plus a few extra blue switches. It has a magnetic wrist rest (thank you Red Dragon for giving me that option. Plus a detachable USB type c connector (when you have a keyboard, mouse, plus a single handed keyboard you will appreciate the ability to quickly disconnect and store when not in use) The RGB is actually bright and vibrant and the keys aren't super glossy with just enough texture to stand up to sweaty hands (long game sessions ya know?) The keys seem just a bit further spaced than I am used to, but this could be an illusion. It also features a USB pass through, although I haven't tested the latency so I'm not sure if it's viable for a gaming mouse. This thing is worth the money and then some. Unless you're going to shell out 150 for a Razer orbweaver Chroma (with less keys) and learn the button layout and map your keys in most games, this is the best option. I have purchased Gamesir Z1 single handed keyboard, 1byone single handed, Gamesir gk100 single handed, and the Logitech g13 (this was used for productivity due to it's sheer number of macros and key binding potential) I have been through all of those searching for the perfect one, and I believe I have found it. You won't regret it either. Edit: I tested the USB pass through and it has ZERO effect on the polling rate of my Logitech G502

4.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Van Dyke - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
punches above its weight
The Redragon K585 DITI is an entry level mechanical keyboard that punches above its weight. That doesn't make it perfect for everyone, however. Look, it's pretty clear just by looking at this keyboard that it isn't a full keyboard. That intrinsically limits its target audience. For someone with ample desk space, this might not make the most sense as a purchase. But, on the flip side of that, for those with LESS space than usual, this can accomplish a very crucial goal of getting you back some of that valuable desk real-estate for your mouse, or other peripherals. For instance, in my case, I needed more room for gaming. One of the problems I kept running into with my existing setup was that during an intense firefight, I would sometimes slap my mouse on the side of my keyboard, resulting in, almost always, poor results. And after trying for many months to get used to playing with my full-sized keyboard tilted at a 45 degree angle, it just became worth the $35 dollars or so to get rid of the hand-pain that induced and solve the mouse conundrum in a combo meal. On the other hand, I could also see this being fairly useful for something like Asesprite, GIMP, or other design-oriented programs and tools. While I'm sure that there are people that could easily use the full spread of a full-sized keyboard with macros and still need more room, I'm not one of them, and I think it's fair to say that someone reading a review about this keyboard for that reason probably isn't either. So, what sets this keyboard apart from the competition? The biggest thing for me has been the remappable buttons. With 5 dedicated macro-keys and two other keys that you have the *option* to remap (tilde and T), you've got 7 total keys to customize. There are severe limitations to this that can ultimately hamper that usability, but we'll come back to that later. If you're someone that's into RGB, the keyboard lets you choose from 5 arrangements of color patterns that can range from what you'd expect from a typical RGB rainbow-vomit experience, to more subdued patterns that only appear when a key is pressed. To Redragons credit, the depth and color coverage is absolutely outstanding. It absolutely cannot be understated, in comparison to my Corsair RGB keyboard, the colors are just better on the K585. There's even some hidden gems as far as features go, too. While you can change the color mode using the four dedicated mode-buttons atop the keyboard, this *also* serves as a convenient and quick way to swap between different macro bindings on those 7 macro keys. But, if someone were to decide that they wanted to change the color mode but not lose their bindings, they could just as easily use the function key and space key to cycle between the modes of their own volition. Additionally, the keyboard has a detachable Type-C cable, so in the off chance that your cable got ruined, you would no longer be in the market for a whole keyboard, but just a cable. It also features an extra USB slot on the back that you could use for presumably anything a normal USB Type 2 slot could be used for, like a full keyboard if you needed that extra range, a wireless headset adapter, or just a convenient place to charge your phone. So now we've covered the good, but what about the bad? Are there any "gotchas" to this product? That's a question with some complicated answers that mostly come down to your use case. For me, one of the biggest issues with the device was the limitations behind the macro recording. As you can only record buttons that are available on the device itself, it makes rebinding almost mandatory for some games. In Destiny 2, as an example, I have my social tab bound to my O key normally, but as the K585 doesn’t have an O key, it makes opening that menu kind of a chore. My options at that point were to either change which keyboard I was pressing keys on for only specific keys, or just rebind these actions. Luckily, Destiny 2 has two binding settings for each action, so I was able to set most of these crucial actions to be the F1 through F4 keys as their fallback binding, in the off chance that I wanted to use a full-sized keyboard for any reason. *But*, even this has consequences. If you’re playing a game that doesn’t have multiple binding options, or rebinding at all, you’re just going to be out of luck. On top of that, if you’re someone that uses the alt-key for whatever reason, you could potentially run into issues with either accidentally or unintentionally using ALT+F4 to close your game or program of choice. Ideally, passing a keyboard through the K585 would allow it to register these macros as any press, like how a lot of keyboard or mouse macro software works already. Of course, the K585 doesn’t have any software to speak of, so it may just be a limitation of the hardware they use to power these macro keys. Another binding issue that I’ve run into is the problem of *un*-binding keys. While you *can* unbind them, it appears to only have a group unbind option. For my use case, I’ve somehow managed to lose the T binding entirely. If I change modes it’s fine, or if I were to reset *the entire binding setup* I could fix it, but I can’t just rebind my T key to T, as it.. Isn’t T anymore. I also can’t just reset *that particular* binding, but this is again, probably a limitation of whatever they use to power the macros. Thankfully, that covers the largest of my gripes with the keyboard. I’m no mechanical keyboard expert by any means, but it uses blue switches that feel very good to me. If you’re not sure what kind of switches you like, the mechanical keyboards subreddit seems to always recommend buying a switch tester. They run around 17 dollars on Amazon, however, so if you’re looking for a budget option in something like this keyboard, you’ll potentially just be paying for peace of mind. With that said, the switches are audible, but they don’t drive me up the walls by any means. My only other real complaint with this is probably that the F key doesn’t have the nice tactile bump that I’m accustomed to on my full-sized keyboard. That lead to quite a few times where my senses and muscle memory clashed with each other and ultimately caused me to fumble around aimlessly, but that had an easy enough fix. For me, I just put a dab of super glue on the key to give it a little bump, and that’s been more than enough to ease the aforementioned clashing. I will say that when I was browsing Amazon to figure out what exactly I was going to buy, it took me a while to get over the absolutely dreadful looking font that is printed on the keys. To me, it came off as a very edgy and try-hard font, but in person it didn’t really bother me all that much. And, thankfully, most of the time I spend with this keyboard, I’m looking at the screen and not the keyboard, so truthfully it doesn’t bother me anymore. So, is the K585 worth it? In my opinion, absolutely! If you’re looking for a keyboard of this style, there are a ton of positive things to say here. If you like RGB, it’s got it, if you don’t, you can turn it off. If you’re worried about price, it’s inexpensive (especially in comparison to the competition), and if you’re working with limited desk space, this is a natural pick.