Based on the color scheme of the same name used by many programmers, the SA Oblivion custom keycap set will hold a soft spot in the hearts of coders and those who appreciate a unique colorway. Styled in light gray with slightly beige legends, the alphas are understated and sleek. That’s why they pair so well with the modifiers, which don a darker gray with a variety of accent colors for the legends—from green and blue to orange, red, and purple.
Note: To avoid confusion with the current checkout system, we will be changing the drop points manually for this drop. We are paying attention to the number of child kits being bought as well. If they reach certain quantities, we will adjust their prices accordingly. You may notice fluctuations in your checkout price as we make these adjustments on the back end, but you will not be charged more for anything.
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Made with ABS plastic with a semi-matte finish, the keycaps are doubleshot injected, meaning they’re crafted so that the legends won’t fade over time. They’re also sculpted in SA profile, one of the most popular in the Signature Plastics lineup. As far as compatibility, they’ll fit on Cherry MX stems and related clones.
This set of Alphas features the main colorway of Oblivion: A light gray that stands in contrast to the surrounding modifiers, topped off with beige legends.
Named after the legendary Japanese chalk maker, this set of Alphas features an alternative colorway to offer more contrast.
The primary modifiers offered, this kit takes its colors from the Oblivion code coloring scheme, with an added touch of a deep orange and red to spice things up. This, as well as the two kits hereafter, will cover the modifier keys of most mechanical keyboards that use a 6.25 unit spacebar. Together with a set of alphas, this is all you need to fill a 60% or TKL keyboard.
Familiar for most programmers, this kit features key terms and a Git logo that was graciously allowed by the Software Freedom Conservancy.
This kit offers a colorless version of the modifiers for a more classic look, plus a couple extra accent colors.
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Also known as “Tsangan & Whitefox” or “Non-Standard Adapter,” these extension kits will let you build a variety of special keyboard layouts, which usually depends on the regular modifier kit.
This kit is designed to cover Filco's Minila keyboard. An extension kit is not required, just any of the regular modifier kits.
This set of keys is for orthogonal keyboards such as the Preonic or Planck.
40% keyboards such as the MiniVan, JD40, JD45, Minorca, Sebright, AMJ40 and Golbat are covered by this kit.
This kit is for the use on the popular ErgoDox keyboard.
As SA Oblivion has a sculpted row profile, simply rearranging the existing keys to achieve either the Colemak or the Dvorak layout will not work. This kit supports both of those.
These two kits let you fill your keyboard with the necessary legends to cover British ISO keyboards.
Expanding on the previous two UK kits, these additional two sets of keys allow you to create Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish and German layouts.
This kit is for those that prefer a single color on the function row.
This kit brings the assembly legends to tenkeyless boards. It can also be used on 65% and 75% layouts to cover extra column keys.
This kit is for those with macros on their keyboards, like on the VE.A or the RAMA M10-A.
Arrow keys in the Oblivion colorway.
Split keyboards such as the VE.A require a couple short blank keys as spacebars. You should be able to find what you seek here.
Grab this kit if you prefer a different spacebar color.
This kit is for anyone who works with the Mac operating system.
To celebrate the joint effort of bringing this set to life, these keys are dedicated to all fellow clackers.
To achieve a truly old school–looking keyboard, you'll need this kit. It features legends that are not doubleshot, but pad printed on top.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is June 19, 2018 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected. To deliver the best value to the group the request will then be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Be sure to check the discussion page for updates.