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WASD V2 TKL Barebones Keyboard w/ MOD Switches

WASD V2 TKL Barebones Keyboard w/ MOD Switches

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This drop makes no sense. You can make this exact keyboard, with keycaps for $170...Why on earth would a barebones keyboard cost more? http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/products/mechanical-keyboard/wasd-v2-87-key-custom-mechanical-keyboard.html
You can make the barebones keyboard with MOD switches for $120 http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/products/mechanical-keyboard/wasd-v2-87-key-barebones-mechanical-keyboard.html
not a good drop even $100
Kids, Say no to costar stabilizers!
this is a shitty drop
spookywagon
agreed
Can anyone explain which part of this keyboard makes it so expensive? Plastic case with no lighting and no keycaps, right? Why does it cost 2x more than CM tkl with Cherry MX switches? Is it the customizability aspect if it?
Krasztest
Still 1 piece sold and no1 being able to explain the price...
Krasztest
It's mostly due to the MOD switches. They are quite pricey. This isn't a very good drop to be honest
Unless I'm misunderstanding, the description's copy is off. It describes Ergo Clears, which aren't MOD switches.
everywhere I look, people compare these to zealio, a tactile switch. They are listed here as linear. almost certain these are not linear
ChiLongQua
There are actually linear and tactile variations of the MOD switches.
This whole description is so full of inconsistencies though it's hard to tell exactly what you're getting here, why anyone has joined this drop, especially at that price, is beyond me.
Only the MOD-M version of this keyboard is in stock direct from WASD (and all the cherry MX varieties), but it's only $120 there...what am I missing?
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No it doesn't. It goes to $120. Stop spreading misinformation.
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Also I don’t see an option for the optional GMK keycaps. Am I just blind?
RandomPerson
You ain't blind as of now.
The screenshots show an ISO layout while the description says ANSI. When will we be able to choose which layout we want? I live in the US and I prefer ISO, yet its impossible to find them here. And then MD throws salt on my wounds by showing off an ISO keyboard. What gives?
Long reply warning, but two reasons I guess. The first one being that the keyboard I use the most, an IBM Model F XT happens to use the ISO layout, and I've found that switching between my other ANSI keyboards can be a pain. So I'd prefer to just stick with one layout for simplicities sake.
But also, I've found that the shift and enter key just feels much more natural to me. The enter key is very easy for me to find with my pinky, and the same goes for the shift key. I also prefer to swap the CTRL and Caps Lock keys whenever possible.
There needs to be some serious clarification on if these are tactile or linear switches. The initial description is about the tactile version and then the price listing below says linear. But still, props to WASD for bringing MOD and Zealios switches to the greater public.
PCB mounted?
mailchute43massdrop
No they are plate
"87 keys ANSI layout" - Really? That's an ISO layout in the pics. Might wanna correct that.