Originally created in 2014, Pulse captured the imaginations of mech keys enthusiasts around the world. Designed by MiTo (who’s become an icon in the community thanks to sets like Laser, Godspeed, and Canvas), Pulse combines juxtaposing deep black alphas with bright turquoise modifiers for an electric look that will stand out on any desktop. To emphasize it, there are some classic Pulse novelties, a cyan cross, and other accents to color your board.
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.
To see the current number of kits sold and current drop points, you can check below - updated 4/29.
Made from doubleshot ABS, these caps are durable and vivid. They’re sculpted in SA profile, which is tall and curved for a satisfying feel with each keypress. Produced by Signature Plastics, the keycaps are compatible with Cherry MX switches and stems and feature their standard easy-to-read SA tooling font and the exclusive Micons iconography found in sets like Canvas and Godspeed XDA.
This kit has three distinct selections to pick from: regular legends, inverse color scheme and nordic runes, and a Dieter Rams kit from Canvas XDA.
This kit features two different options: either classic text or the all-new Micons convention from Canvas/Godspeed XDA. The Noire variation comes with Micons in an inverse colors cheme, and it’s enough to fill a multitude of keyboards from 40%, 60%, 65% to TKL. There’s also the standalone numpad.
The Hobbyist kits are standalone kits for 60% keyboards and an extension for TKL form factors and larger. The Exotic kit is an extension for odd and snowflakey layouts.
These are standalone modifier kits for ortholinear and 40% keyboards such as the Planck, Preonic, Vortexgear Core, and others.
These standalone modifier kits are for split keyboards like the Infinity ErgoDox and Kinesis. They’re available blank or with legends.
Grab one of these kits if you’re keyboard is international, in a different language, or uses a different layout or operating system.
Add some color and fun to your keyboard with this kit. In it are logos from Nico Tzogalis in opaque and translucent options, plus the classic Pulse novelties, the cyan cross, and the T0mb3ry Skull. The Arrows kit comes with bold and ergonomic arrow options. There are also communities coats of arms and a monolegend number row for a more minimalist look. In addition, there’s an alternate colored function row—not to mention the legends in pink and purple will be translucent for shine-through backlighting.
Offered here are extra spacebars to substitute shine or complement Alphas/Zambs/Rams, depending on the specific layout and kits selected. Also available are a small selection of blanks to act as spacebars for Planck and other keyboards.
This exclusive monokit is designed in the 220.127.116.11.3.3 spherical profile configuration from Signature Plastics, for those who find the 18.104.22.168.4.3 configuration too aggressive. It features a custom recipe of violet with the resin pigmentation fine-tuned by MiTo himself. The kit is designed to provide adequate layout coverage for some 40% keyboards and the vast majority of ANSI and WKL 60%, 65%, and standard TKL keyboards such as Vortexgear Core and Poker, Tokyo 60, Rama M60A, Tada 68, KBD 75, Keycool 87, and many more.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Oct 29, 2018 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.