LYCANDER Gaming Keyboard UK, Wired USB Keyboard — 19 anti-ghosting keys, 1.8m cable, rainbow backlight


Keyboard description QWERTY
Connectivity technology Wired
Special feature Backlit
Compatible devices PC
Brand Lycander
Number of keys 19
Style English (UK)
Number of buttons 19
  • LYCANDER Gaming Keyboard UK, wired USB keyboard - 19 anti-ghosting keys, 1. 8M cable, rainbow backlight - LKB8154UK
  • Anti-ghosting technology allows multiple keys to work simultaneously in Rapid response time
  • Rainbow colour backlight creates a professional gaming atmosphere (with a push of a button, backlight can also be turned off for office use)
  • Wired USB keyboard, compatible with PC/Mac that have USB ports. Cord length measures at 1. 8 meters. Plug and play with No additional software necessary
  • Please Note: This model LKB8154UK is in English(UK) layout. (Other European language keyboards are also available in variation)


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From the manufacturer



Durable Keynaps

Wide Compatibility

LED Rainbow Backlight

LED Rain­bow colour back­light cre­ates a pro­fes­sion­al gam­ing atmos­phere (with a push of a but­ton, back­light can also be turned off for office use)

Durable and Removeable Keycaps

The Durable Key­naps sup­ports long sta­ble using dur­ing com­mon life. And the Key­naps are remove­able that is easy for cleaning.

Wide Compatibility

Wired USB key­board, com­pat­i­ble with PC/Mac that have USB ports. Cord length mea­sures at 1. 8 meters. Plug and play with No addi­tion­al soft­ware necessary.

19 Keys Anti-Ghosting


LYCANDER 19 Keys Gam­ing Key­board is with Anti-Ghost­ing key tech­nol­o­gy will nev­er make you miss a beat.

And Anti-ghost­ing tech­nol­o­gy also allows mul­ti­ple keys to work simul­ta­ne­ous­ly in Rapid response time.

Uropean Language Layouts

Full-Sized Keyboard

The LYCANDER Key­board is also great for work from home sit­u­a­tions. With the push of a but­ton, eas­i­ly switch the LED back­light ON/OF. Achieve more pro­duc­tiv­i­ty with quick right­hand numberpad.

Please choose prop­er­ate lay­out key­board in Variation.

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Additional information

Weight 860 kg
Dimensions 47 × 20.7 × 4.8 cm


Package Dimensions

47 x 20.7 x 4.8 cm; 860 Grams

Item model number


Item Weight

860 g



Date First Available

31 July 2019




  1. Hugh of Bardfield

    Not bad — with reser­va­tionsThis is now my fourth attempt to buy a decent key­board from Ama­zon at a sen­si­ble price. The keys feel good and pos­i­tive, with the kind of action I’m used to. The key­board lay­out is as expect­ed (noth­ing weird, unlike the Leno­vo key­board that came with my PC). The LED back­light­ing is quite bright, but can be turned off with a sin­gle key press. I only have two gripes so far, which lose it a star: The indi­ca­tor lights for “num­ber lock”, “caps lock” and “scroll lock” are far too dim — giv­en my propen­si­ty to leave caps lock on, that will be irri­tat­ing. Sec­ond­ly, there is no way of adjust­ing the angle of the key­board (ie, no “feet” at the back). I will have to make some­thing so the key­board incli­na­tion is greater. You could argue that it should have been clear from the omis­sion of any men­tion in the descrip­tion. It isn’t, and as it’s such a nor­mal fea­ture, I don’t think unrea­son­able to have expect­ed it to have this sim­ple fea­ture. They have saved a few pence, but I seri­ous­ly con­sid­ered send­ing it back as a con­se­quence. If key­board angle is impor­tant to you, as it is to me, be warned. If you like a flat­ter key­board, it’s fine!

  2. Sir­ius Stark

    Stopped illu­mi­nat­ing after 3 daysVery good look­ing key­board, I would have no hes­i­ta­tion in ful­ly rec­om­mend­ing this prod­uct if it was­n’t for the fact that after 3 days I’m left with a nor­mal key­board. It just stopped light­ing up, no back­light­ing at all. Not hap­py at all!

  3. Chris D

    Takes some get­ting used to.Out of the box this key­board looks a bit cheap and nasty. This was not helped by the fact that one of the five screws that holds the sur­face plate in place had come loose and was rolling around inside the pack­age. Eas­i­ly fixed with a small screw­driv­er but still not the best of starts.Set up was very sim­ple it is tru­ly just ‘plug and play’ ( I am run­ning Win­dows 10 and it con­nect­ed imme­di­ate­ly). It is a heavy look­ing, clunky key­board but I am a ’two fin­ger won­der’ typ­ist and tend to hit the keys quite heav­i­ly so it was just what I need­ed. Also I like the lit­tle click you get when hit­ting the keys.With regard to the keys I find they are just the right size. I have typed for two hours con­tin­u­ous­ly with­out my fin­ger stray­ing onto an adjoin­ing key – a prob­lem I suf­fered from a lot when (try­ing) to use one of the slim line key­boards. The back­light does take a bit of get­ting used to but is fine after a while. You can turn it off but I found the with­out the light the char­ac­ters on the keys are very dif­fi­cult to see. I think this is due to the fact they have been made trans­par­ent to allow the light to shine through and with­out it they just dis­ap­pear into the black of the key surface.The lack of legs on the back means the key­board lays flat on what­ev­er sur­face you are work­ing on. This was a nui­sance for me so I impro­vised by attach­ing two foam strips to the under­side. This raised the back edge and let the board sit at a more com­fort­able angle.If I had seen this key­board pri­or to pur­chase I prob­a­bly would not have bought it. I would have opt­ed for some­thing sim­i­lar but with the let­ter­ing in sol­id white and def­i­nite­ly back legs. That said with a bit of DIY to right the leg issue and some patience to get used to the back­light it has grown on me and it good to use.

  4. Lee

    Great prod­uct and easy to useI pur­chased this key board because I have a chrome book but I am so used to hav­ing my num­ber key to my right hand side which the chrome­book only has the num­bers on the top of the key pad

  5. Mrs Sheila R Cromie

    It looks good (if you like that sort of thing!)I want­ed an uncom­pli­cat­ed wired key­board after a few too many issues with my wire­less one run­ning out of juice at key moments when work­ing from home. I’m not a gamer, but this was com­pet­i­tive­ly priced.I real­ly like the coloured and lit key­board! Although it could be a bit gar­ish and blingy for some (it’s cer­tain­ly not a sleek design­er Mac keyboard!).Key action is good and tac­tile — might be a bit boun­cy and loud for those used to lap­top key­boards, but will be very appeal­ing to old-timers (like us) who learned to touchtype on typewriters!

  6. Gian­ni M.

    Sol­id key­board, not the most ergonom­ic designLike all key­boards, it’ll take time to get used to it. By about a week of use, I was fair­ly com­fort­able with it. How­ev­er, the lay­out still isn’t as erga­nom­ic as some oth­ers I’ve used. The keys all lay quite flat, which does­n’t help when press­ing the far keys, but there’s not much I can com­plain about. The rgb was also a nice touch. It’s nicer than some oth­er light­ing I have as it is a lot soft­er and dif­fused better.

  7. cateb

    Fine for the mon­ey.….Seems fine for the mon­ey, it’s quite clunky but then I brought it as a cheap key­board to work from home rather than gam­ing but it does the jobs of it’s full size…

  8. Dan­ny Jones

    Cheap and cheer­ful.Bought this for my daugh­ter to use for school work. She liked the LED colours.It’s ok for her usage but I would­n’t want to use it for any­thing oth­er than light duty.You get what you pay for.

  9. Will

    Chunky and loud typ­ingThe key­board worked per­fect­ly fine and lit up nice­ly, how­ev­er the key­board is very chunky with large keys that are extreme­ly loud when typ­ing. I returned the key­board for this very reason.

  10. rajesh

    OK Key­boardNote the led lights are quite dim on some keys mak­ing them dif­fi­cult to make out in dark­er envi­ron­ments. As a key­board it seems fine.

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