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Plum 87/108 Water-Resistant EC Mechanical Keyboard

Plum 87/108 Water-Resistant EC Mechanical Keyboard

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My keyboard is already dead. I should have stayed with cherry/gateron keyboards. Had I bought this on ebay instead of here (it was the same price), at least I could have tried paypal protection to get part of the money back (180 days now).
is it programmable?
Just like its sibling boards, these should be easily convertible to 45g or 55g with replacement dome sheets from Korea. http://www.ebay.com/itm/112137004390 . There are even 65g domes now, for those of you who have sledgehammers for fingers!
XMIT
Just ordered a 55 and a 65 to try, thanks for the link!
Would I be able to use cherry keycaps with this? It looks like I could, but I want to be sure before I buy this.
IcyAardvark
Yes
jay.vill
Thanks
isn't 30g too soft?
backstabbd88
Very soft compared to other mechy boards, but feels great coming straight from a rubber dome. The electromechanicals feel amazing, but coming from a clicky or stiff mechanical switch they feel very, very light.
Start offering this in 55g and people will go crazy for it
Ben.B
There is also a 65g version that I suspect the Tactile MX Grey group would like.
There are 4 days left. It's not too late to add a black / black side printed POM option!
Is there a Bluetooth version to the 87 keys?
Is the case aluminum?
why no one's buying
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Electrostatic-Capacitive-Rubber-Dome-Sheet-35g-45g-55g/112137004390
Yeah that's what I was gonna say. If they just did 55 gram they'd sell better I think
Does anyone know how the caps/num/scroll lock indicators work? I don't see LEDs on the keyboard or windowed key caps.
How is it different to this one?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Plum-plum-108-rgb-35-45-realforce-capacitor-keyboard/32737960095.html?ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_5_10152_10065_10151_10068_10084_10083_10080_10082_10081_10110_10136_10137_10111_10060_10138_10112_10113_10155_10062_10114_10156_10154_10056_10181_10055_10054_10059_10099_10078_10079_10103_10073_10102_10096_10070_10148_10169_10123_10147_10052_10053_10124_10142_10107_10050_10051,searchweb201603_10,ppcSwitch_4&btsid=cb7500aa-5e0f-45f4-bdea-ea899b030d49&algo_expid=118c26ab-8615-4990-b040-7bd0b3740101-0&algo_pvid=118c26ab-8615-4990-b040-7bd0b3740101
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konart
This one is water-resistant.
jay.vill
My link: "Is waterproof:Yes"