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Posted by Dan on Sep 10th 2019
I can't think of any way this keycap could improve. It fits the Cherry MX post and looks and feels great!
Posted by Unknown on Jul 17th 2018
Really good quality plastic, and of course very funny addition to my keyboard layout. The fitment onto the keyboard stem is a bit odd, has to get forced on a bit more than I'd like. Otherwise, very good keycap would recommend to anyone.
Posted by Harley Hayes on Jun 25th 2018
Great quality keycap exactly what i wanted if i need any other keycaps im sure to come here first
Posted by Unknown on Apr 9th 2018
I forgot to check how tall it was, but that was my fault. Looks a tad out of place on my keyboard. Nevertheless, looks great.
Big hit at work
Posted by PC3 on Feb 23rd 2018
We have a mechanical keyboard in our scrum pit and this was a nice addition. Really fit well thanks to all the documentation available on the site and looks GREAT! I shared the site with everyone on the team because they all wanted to have one. :-D Thanks!
Posted by elzzid on Feb 9th 2018
Great quality SA, no defects. What more can I say?
Posted by Unknown on Oct 12th 2017
worry, this key will help you get noticed. Solidly red and with clear instructions right on the top of the key. You will fail before this key fails. SA version ordered and suggested.
Great Quality Cap
Posted by Unknown on Sep 2nd 2017
I got this keycaps to fit with my set of SA Ice Cap, works perfectly and I'm very pleased with the quality.
I bought 48 of these (SA row 3)
Posted by Bill on Jun 23rd 2017
They do look very good on an OLKB Planck or Let's Split.
For those times when you do not know where your towel is...
Posted by Jon Nebenfuhr on Nov 29th 2016
When I lost my electric thumb and became stuck on this planet I've had to make due with the primitive technology. So I often have to use these hooman tools and end up getting myself into cyber-situations that did not work as they normally would in a properly civilized star-system. I can no longer reach for my Guide, as it was filched by some blubbering local and sold by some pawn shop as a children's primer to writing Hollywood scripts.
Luckily, while I was meandering across the electric media database, I chanced upon this Panic! button to swap out the character nubbin of my lexicon interface peripheral device. The "key" has the appropriate hue to mimic the shade of the locals' liquid energy/by-product suspension medium, so that I can envision it as I pound down on the product in question with one of my many tactile appendages.
The satisfaction that ensues may not meet all the desired affects a normal interstellar traveler would expect. Yet considering these poor, sad beasts that inhabit this planet still wear digital watches... One's expectations should be drastically reduced.
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