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WASD V2 Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

WASD V2 Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

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Really wanted to join this drop, only to discover no option for TKL with brown switches.
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I don't get the option when I go to join drop. Do you?
Monkeysontoast
Ah, good point. I just checked out the description. That must wrong then, I couldn't select a brown TKL when I joined the drop.
Does it come assembled?
How tempted I am to buying this. I 100% would if this colour was a dark flat gray and these had cherry stabilizers instead of costar.
Awww no MX Speed?
Aww no MX Clear?
What about the Costar inserts? Are they included?
c_r_z
yeah they do come with inserts
Ditto the no switch option
I have a full size WASD v2 keyboard with mx green switches, and I love it.
But I genuinely wish WASD would make a barebones keyboard with hot swap switch sockets. That feature, combined with their dip switch system, would be awesome in my opinion.

If if they did that, I'm sure I would buy a WASD keyboard in every size at some point.
(Even the ISO layout variants. )
There is no option for TKL MX Browns in the drop down box.
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Popular garbage tho.
julesallen
good point
Awesome that it can switch to Dvorak and Colemak. How difficult will it be to replace the switches? Wish there were a no switch option.
saqneo
i've opened up my wasd code, which i think is basically the same except with LEDs. it's easy enough to open apart from some obnoxious plastic clips built-into the casing which you need a shim to disengage (and oh yeah you'll more than likely break one or two unless you're careful), but the switches are plate-mounted, so still not the easiest job.
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