Originally Posted by inedenimadam
I am not knocking this...but I have to ask...what is the mentality behind this? What advantage does this have over a plastic bag for storage?
No troll, just honestly looking for information.
Makes it super easy to go between one set and another without having to figure out where each keycap goes because it's already in the right spot. I also plan to mix keycap sets in the future, and this would help me visualize inverted designs and such while the main design is already on the actual board. Throwing a bright light behind it also gives you a nice idea of what it will look like with LEDs on. I've used a plastic bag to store my caps in the past while cleaning my board and it was an absolute hell trying to find each key.
Also keeps them all separated and prevents them from scratching eachother up.
Could have just used the cardboard box and cutouts that my max keyboard translucent keycap set came with for storage, but one little mistake with those and your keys go flying everywhere. With this thing they arn't going anywhere even after a drop.
Originally Posted by CSCoder4ever
This, and let's say that you happened to purchase a really nice set of keycaps, but don't have a keyboard to store it on and/or want to keep it on display, I can see this being used for displaying said keycaps!
This too. There are also versions without the extra bottom row that would look really nice and clean as a display.