I've tried a number of Chinese mechanical keyboards over the years. My current keyboard is the one on the bottom, a 60% with dedicated arrow keys. It was really cheap and excellent value. Downsides, keys caps are thin and have a bit of wobble. Also, I only expect it to last 1-2 years. This one seems to have lasted me 3 years which is great for the £20 I paid for it. In fact, I like the layout so much that I ordered the pro version with Cherry switches and better caps. That is stuck in China and I won't be getting it for months. Royal Kludge RK61 pro with Cherry brown Sadly, my beloved RK61 is has secured to the pandemic and its systems are failing. It can barely muster the strength to register the three keys required for a question mark and trips on the spaces. I'm looking for a small 60-65% keyboard with dedicated arrow keys, removable USB (USB c preferred), cherry brown or similar, double shot key caps and preferably rgb. It seems that an aluminum back plate is also something I should be after. I was looking at the Ducky one 2 SF RGB and hoping they would come out with a mecha. They have come out with two limited edition Mecha SF boards but according to overclockers, it will be US only. I would like a UK layout. What are my options with UK availability (that don't require soldering)?