WinMix Retro PBT Dye-Subbed Keycap Setsearch

WinMix Retro PBT Dye-Subbed Keycap Set

WinMix Retro PBT Dye-Subbed Keycap Set

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How thick are these?
Does this have 2x LShift and a off center 6u space (for cherrys)?
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Slightly rougher than EPBT, but still smooth and matte. IT's PBT so it will never feel like GMK or SA.
dinosaur_meat
Got it. Just trying to compare - I like the epbt feel, i think its a bit more fine "grained" than GMK. I'm tempted, but with Jamon next month, and the base supposedly under $100 I might save up... Then again this is a decent "everyday" colorway, in PBT that I can use without the fear of shine :)
Would anyone say this could be a GMK Muted alternative? I'm colorblind so I can't tell shade differences :(
tunadesu
Yes, it's suppose to be. It can be found on Chinese sites as 'PBT Muted'.
tunadesu
Yeah it's the same colorway as GMK Muted
What about my Planck compatibility tho
BigTuna94
If you're fine with not having a convex 2u bar, there's plenty of keys for Planck nonsense.
travdump
Well sure if you don't care about having the right keys in the right places. I at least need 1u mods or blanks
if the quality is high, all i can say is Wow! pbt. cherry profile. decent price point. nice colorway, and decent amount of caps. this GB did their hw.
These look amazing but damn cost as much as 2/3 of my keyboard T_T
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While tai hao sets are consistent, good value for the money, the typing experience leaves a lot to be desired. Most enthusiasts would likely opt to spend a little more for these. Only exception would be the tai hao cubic sets which produce far better sound and typing experience.
excalibruh
This is in the very low price range dude.. The competitor for this is GMK Muted that would have set you back $178,- + shipping except you can't buy it anywhere anymore because it's all sold out.