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post #11 of 28
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Originally Posted by ch_123 View Post
Unless you want to splash out on a Realforce 87, or troll eBay for a Model M Space Saving Keyboard, the Tenkeyless Filco is probably the best keyboard of its type out there.
Is the Realforce 87 the one with 55g or 45g uniform keys? I see the Realforce that EK carries the 86U and 86UB but those have the variable weights, which doesn't sound all that great. Anyway, where could I get my hands on a 45g or 55g weighted realforce in the US?
post #12 of 28
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Not to necro the thread but Ive had my filco ninja for about 4 weeks now and I dont have any problems with the board whatsoever.
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Congrats and post some pics please... so I can add ya to the club.
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post #14 of 28
I own a Filco brown tenkeyless and it's great. You will like this one.
post #15 of 28
You can go wrong with:
1. Ninja style keycaps
2. Tenkeyless layout ( missing the numpad is a pain for some)
3. ABS Keycaps

but You can't really go wrong with a filco if you have the money.
post #16 of 28
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Originally Posted by weipim View Post
You can go wrong with:
1. Ninja style keycaps
2. Tenkeyless layout ( missing the numpad is a pain for some)
3. ABS Keycaps

but You can't really go wrong with a filco if you have the money.
Oh hey, the first two are why I chose Filco, lol.

Love tenkeyless and ninja style keycaps.
post #17 of 28
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Oh hey, the first two are why I chose Filco, lol.

Love tenkeyless and ninja style keycaps.

Same reason why i bought my filco I had about 4 mechs before this abs m1 dell 101w xarmor u9bl and a black widow ut which was my main keyboard for 6 too 7months and loved it but was just too big for my tastes lol Which i still have but i don't use the number pad at all so was useless for me but they still get used.
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post #18 of 28
Just got my Filco Ninja TKL yesterday and love it. Solid built board and love the size... I'm so use to typing on a laptop keyboard that I dont even need a fullsize keyboard anymore.
post #19 of 28
Are you guys getting any ping issues with all the filcos you all have recently bought? I'm trying to get a cherry mx black tenkeyless board but i hate that ninja layout.
post #20 of 28
Be sure you definitely don't need that numpad. I would die without one, I just bought the Filco Majestouch (original, not the 2nd revision as I hear it *can* suffer from a ping issue and tbh, the difference is minimal). Mine is blue switches. You can see my pics here:

http://www.overclock.net/keyboards/1...co-came-i.html
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