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Filco has better keys. At least you can see them and their font doesn't look like the Poker "Special Education" font.

Noppooooooooooo.............. on top. Poker on bottom.
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At least you can see them.

At least for the first three months...
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At least for the first three months...
Nope. 3 year old one that the guy that runs Elitekeyboards has looks fine. (I assume he's using a Leopold now like Tiger Woods has to use Nike clubs - although they are customized clubs you can't buy in a store I bet).

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In the future can you please document a source for your info? You seem to make up a lot of stuff.
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As a fellow citizen of ripoff Britain I should warn you, my Noppoo Choc Mini got stuck in customs. The fee was an extortioante ~£25. Don't forget the paypal currency conversion is far higher too. Overall it becomes rather expensive.

The keycaps on the Noppoo are pretty dire tbh. I've replaced most of mine with Cherry caps from another board. All keys using a stabalizer wobble and rattle, so need a bit of modification. My recommendation - buy the Filco from http://www.keyboardco.com/
Thanks, I guess that's gonna save me some hassle. Is it something that's guaranteed to happen or does it only happen sometimes? I've ordered many things from behind the border and never had any problems with customs.

Also aren't the keycaps supposed to be better than others? Does mini use POM as well?
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In the future can you please document a source for your info? You seem to make up a lot of stuff.
Ah.

Do you mean something like this ?


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That I believe was a bit older than three months and owned by a orangutang.
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Wow is that from 3months ? the dust there looks 10years old
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The Solutor is sloppy with his sources.
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That I believe was a bit older than three months
A couple of years, if i remember correctly.

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and owned by a orangutang.
Just used without rotating a zillion of keyboards.
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Thanks, I guess that's gonna save me some hassle. Is it something that's guaranteed to happen or does it only happen sometimes? I've ordered many things from behind the border and never had any problems with customs.

Also aren't the keycaps supposed to be better than others? Does mini use POM as well?
Pot luck, but more likely when the full price is declared for insurance purposes (some companies simply mark it as a gift).

The Noppoo uses POM, but the lettering is barely readable and starts to wear out quickly. I also don't like the sound and tactile feedback, but I guess that's a personal preference.
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