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Old 07-17-2015, 09:03 PM
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Default K70 & M65 causing Skin Irritation

I bought a K70 and a M65 RGB a while ago and shortly after i started using them I got skin rashes all over my hands.
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First I did not know what was causing it and kept using the the keyboard and mouse for around 2 weeks, but within 3 days after switching back to my old peripherals, it was almost completely gone.

Today I tried out using the keyboard again to make sure it is the reason for the rash and within a few hours my hands started hurting and the skin on my right hand started breaking and bleeding again.

I suspect that it is caused by an alergic reaction to the black paint on the aluminium.

I don´t really know what to do now, since I spent more than 200€ on these peripherals. I don´t even know if I should try to sell them, because i don´t know if it is only me who has a problem with the product or the product itself is faulty.
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Old 07-17-2015, 11:19 PM
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I'd suggest talking to your doctor.
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