What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Logitech Washable Wired Keyboard K310?

A total of 31 reviews of this product on Reddit.

19 points

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22nd Mar 2018

Logitech makes a washable keyboard, I use one because I’m terrible and keep eating at my desk. You can submerge it in warm water and wash it down with a soft brush or a cloth. It includes a little brush clipped on the back to get under the keys. It isn’t the nicest experience to type on but it’s way better than one of those silicone keyboards. https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Washable-Wired-Keyboard-K310/dp/B008D1JRIO

11 points

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2nd Feb 2018

And this is a prime example why you ask questions instead of making assumptions.

Sometimes the person is a slob and it’s a tech solution to a people problem. Other times they have Parkinson or whatever and we have to act like human beings who provide real world solutions to unusual problems.

The rollable types like /u/xxdcmast linked are nice and durable, but not very user friendly. I wouldn’t want to be at one all day. I’d look into this logitech.

2 points

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12th Sep 2016

Logitech K310 is on Amazon for $78.90

> * Washable keyboard: Easy to clean and dry with hand-wash-safe design (see Product Description below for important washing instructions).

> * Plug and play simplicity for Windows PCs: Plug the keyboard into your computer and start typing – no software to install.

> * 12 shortcut hot keys: Instantly access email, launch a web search or pause music with one touch.

1 point

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27th Sep 2016

Gah. I want a mechanical keyboard, but I have had too many spills to warrant the cost. I’m pretty good about no food near the keyboard, but cats have a mind of their own, forcing me to resort to a washable keyboard.

1 point

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17th Mar 2016

I’m looking for a sub $100 backlit, mechanical keyboard that is black/dark with white keycaps. Would look like this keyboard. It doesn’t have to be RGB, but would want the backlight to be white if not. I wouldn’t be against buying keycaps myself if I could keep total cost under $100.

1 point

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11th Aug 2014

It’s a Logitech washable keyboard. You can run it though the dishwasher, which is good because I spill beer on it from time to time..

1 point

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1st Jan 2019

Oh I couldn’t even begin to list all the keyboards I’ve had over the decades, most I end up giving away. I have four currently, the ones that I liked enough to keep around. But like I said, my K310 is still the one I use the most.

Currently using: Logitech K310 fully washable keyboard. Insanely comfy for me to type on, and it is actually washable. I’ve fully dunked it 4-5 times in the years I’ve had it.

Living room KB: A Masione half mechanical backlit keyboard. I can’t find in on Amazon anymore, this is the only reference to it I can find. It lives in the living room for my gf’s use, it has a purple backlight option so she picked that one when I set up a desk space for her.

Backup: FL-Esports GT104s which is this one without the wrist rest. I got it as a present and I actually really like this mechanical. Normally they’re not my thing, but I like this one. I just don’t use it much because it’s loud and I have sound sensitivity issues. Every few months I’ll swap to it just so I can use it for a while.

World is ending backup: I also have some old Micro Innovations Walmart board I’ve had for probably 18 years now. I did some painting on it way back so I keep it as a beater backup. Sort of a last resort thing. It still works just fine, and even has cut/copy/paste shortcuts right on it as physical buttons. I got a little too used to those buttons back when I used that board, it took me forever to get used to the Ctrl modifiers.

1 point

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15th Oct 2020

I haven’t found a solution to mice but I have found the [Logitech K310](https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Washable-Wired-Keyboard-K310/dp/B008D1JRIO) to be an easy to maintain keyboard, I just run it under the tap in a sink and use the brush included to remove any buildup.

1 point

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8th Apr 2019

Logitech Washable Wired Keyboard K310 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008D1JRIO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_0O7QCb6MTEPXH

It comes with a tiny brush too.

I literally run it in hot water for five minutes.

Had it 6 years.

1 point

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7th Nov 2017
1 point

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1st Jun 2017

No macro keys, but I think your best bet would be something similar to this.

1 point

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12th Feb 2017

Here you go there’s also a cheaper one listed below but Logitech is good.

1 point

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15th Nov 2016

This is the opposite of mechanical, but one of the few keyboards I’d consider spill proof and still usable: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Washable-Keyboard-K310-Windows/dp/B008D1JRIO

1 point

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8th Mar 2016

First result I found was amazon – Could be the original MSRP though. I didnt search much further… But I want one!

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Washable-Keyboard-K310-Windows/dp/B008D1JRIO

Edit – Yup, found it for $30-40

1 point

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21st Sep 2015

I think that’s the Logitech washable keyboard.
edit: yup, it is, it’s also extremely expensive for a rubberdome

1 point

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24th Aug 2015

I’ve heard good things about this one.

1 point

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25th Jun 2015

Not op but im pretty sure its this one at least from the picture it looks like it might not be idk.

1 point

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7th May 2015

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Washable-Keyboard-K310-Windows/dp/B008D1JRIO

I dont know what my mouse is, idk where the box is and i cant find it on the website, some kind of Bloody mouse

1 point

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28th Jan 2015

eeek! sorry! btw you should totally get a keyboard like mine, which is washable and awesome

0 points

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13th Jan 2015
0 points

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21st Sep 2013

I’m very happy with this $30 keyword.

And this is my mouse.

As the others said, I would invest more in the mouse than the keyboard.

0 points

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14th Apr 2013

I’m currently trying to eat baby carrots. People didn’t appreciate my keyboard before, but now its purpose has been elucidated.