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Simply contact us and we will get it sorted. If it's a general return, you can find our return information on your package, or just contact us. If it's an issue with your item, please contact us and we'll arrange free return shipping.
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We usually ship same day if ordered before midday. If it is a custom built keyboard and/or assembled, orders can take 2-3 weeks. A couple items (i.e. branded keyboards (Vortex, Filco)) come from another UK supplier. These can take a couple days longer.
We don’t know. No one but Corsair knows right now, and that is even if they will. The Corsair RGB keyboards have gained a lot of popularity over the last few months, and we ourselves are excited to get our hands on an ISO one, so we will promise to let you know as soon as we do.
Again, this is totally personal preference. I have a friend who loves compact 60% boards, and another friend who needs a full-size board with as many extra function keys as he can get, and I myself have come to love tenkeyless boards. For this one you really need to think about what you want to use it for, then decide how the size will impact that. If you travel a lot, then think about a 60% or tenkeyless. If you play a lot of RPGs or MMOs then maybe you need a full-size board with function keys.
There is no way of knowing that until you try. Originally, I thought Cherry MX Blacks were my favourite, until I had a go on Cherry MX Reds. Then I tried MX Browns and have since changed my mind again. If you are new, I would say going for Browns or Reds is a safe bet, but you may be someone who prefers a key more clicky, or more tactile, or more stiff. You never know until you try.