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Old 03-04-2015, 02:18 AM
remilton remilton is offline
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Corsair actually did you a favor as many companies will not offer any warranty on a product without proof of purchase. You may not have gotten a new warranty with that new keyboard but at least you did get a new keyboard. You most likely wont need that warranty any way.

You must have been really unlucky with you original keyboard with broken and loose keys, I have a K90 I have had for several years and the keys and switches feel as good as the day I bought them and other than the surface of the keys being worn smooth the look good too.