We don’t sell the Waterproof Keyboard anymore, sorry!

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Wash n Go

Wash n Go

Just look at the state of your keyboard. Anyone would think you’d been munching biscuits over it, slopping tea on it, spluttering into it and splurging unidentified gloop across its greasy keys. What’s that? You have? Oh dear, sounds like you need a Silver Seal Waterproof Keyboard.

Completely waterproof, this high quality plug ‘n’ play keyboard works just like any other desktop keyboard. But thanks to an amazing waterproofing process known as Seal Shield™ it is spill proof and fully washable. It’s even - get this - dishwasher safe. Yes, really!

After a particularly mucky surfing session (no sniggering at the back) simply rinse the keyboard under a running tap, plop it in the sink or bung it in the dishwasher. Genius! And you needn’t worry about your Ps and Qs because its laser etched keys won’t fade in the wash. In fact you can even use it while it’s wet; handy if you slop coffee over it during a live messaging session.

Keyboard before the soak

Keyboard before the soak


Wash n Go

New Washable mouse


As well as being fully washable, this sparkling peripheral features Silver Seal™ Antimicrobial Protection to resist microbial growth and combat the spread of whiff-causing bacteria. We’re not entirely sure how this works but boffins tell us it’s got something to do with the silver ions embedded in the keyboard’s plastic. And that’s just as well because most keyboards contain nearly 400 times as many yucky microbes as the average toilet. Blurgh!

Already a big hit in medical circles, the Silver Seal is ideal for Howard Hughes style tippy tappers, mucky screen monkeys and anyone who hates greasy, crummy keyboards (that’ll be all of us then).

Better still you’ll never tire of putting it in the sink or dishwasher, because in terms of surreal experiences it’s up there with plugging a sausage into the mains or filling your petrol tank with shoehorns. And if that’s not a great reason for ordering one, we don’t know what is.

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Product info

Wash n Go

Wash n Go

Just look at the state of your keyboard. Anyone would think you’d been munching biscuits over it, slopping tea on it, spluttering into it and splurging unidentified gloop across its greasy keys. What’s that? You have? Oh dear, sounds like you need a Silver Seal Waterproof Keyboard.

Completely waterproof, this high quality plug ‘n’ play keyboard works just like any other desktop keyboard. But thanks to an amazing waterproofing process known as Seal Shield™ it is spill proof and fully washable. It’s even - get this - dishwasher safe. Yes, really!

After a particularly mucky surfing session (no sniggering at the back) simply rinse the keyboard under a running tap, plop it in the sink or bung it in the dishwasher. Genius! And you needn’t worry about your Ps and Qs because its laser etched keys won’t fade in the wash. In fact you can even use it while it’s wet; handy if you slop coffee over it during a live messaging session.

Keyboard before the soak

Keyboard before the soak


Wash n Go

New Washable mouse


As well as being fully washable, this sparkling peripheral features Silver Seal™ Antimicrobial Protection to resist microbial growth and combat the spread of whiff-causing bacteria. We’re not entirely sure how this works but boffins tell us it’s got something to do with the silver ions embedded in the keyboard’s plastic. And that’s just as well because most keyboards contain nearly 400 times as many yucky microbes as the average toilet. Blurgh!

Already a big hit in medical circles, the Silver Seal is ideal for Howard Hughes style tippy tappers, mucky screen monkeys and anyone who hates greasy, crummy keyboards (that’ll be all of us then).

Better still you’ll never tire of putting it in the sink or dishwasher, because in terms of surreal experiences it’s up there with plugging a sausage into the mains or filling your petrol tank with shoehorns. And if that’s not a great reason for ordering one, we don’t know what is.