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Hmm... y'know, I've noticed that we seem to have similar keyboard preference types, and this might be yet another. I mean, I like what I read here except that I am unsure of what these things in the picture feel like.
Those are those clicker things they use to train dogs and what not.

I guess all you can really do is get a super-cheap White Alps board off ebay and try it out
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Originally Posted by Manyak View Post
Those are those clicker things they use to train dogs and what not.

I guess all you can really do is get a super-cheap White Alps board off ebay and try it out
Yea, I wasn't really sure what those were either, lol.
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I'm heading out to the thrift store again (the only thrift store this side of the river...w tf), gonna look for mechanicals. Will I strike it rich and find an M15 or NIB Model F? Or will I find a more realistic Model M or AT101W? Or will I find what I did the last time I went two months ago: a bunch of junk rubber domes?

Only time will tell. Sancho! My shaving cream!
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
I'm heading out to the thrift store again (the only thrift store this side of the river...w tf), gonna look for mechanicals. Will I strike it rich and find an M15 or NIB Model F? Or will I find a more realistic Model M or AT101W? Or will I find what I did the last time I went two months ago: a bunch of junk rubber domes?

Only time will tell. Sancho! My shaving cream!
Haha good luck. I definitely should pay a visit to my thrift store sometime too.
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Failure: nothing mechanical. There was a vaguely interesting ergonomic keyboard with the model # "SK-6000". It had discreet rubber domes and mouse buttons on the keyboard. However, it wasn't $8 interesting.
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Failure: nothing mechanical. There was a vaguely interesting ergonomic keyboard with the model # "SK-6000". It had discreet rubber domes and mouse buttons on the keyboard. However, it wasn't $8 interesting.
Aw...perhaps another time.
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try to find custom keycaps for das.
ask their help support.

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Comment by: Das Keyboard Support
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| I'm glad you are enjoying the keyboard! We do not offer custom key caps, and there isn't another company that manufactures key caps to specifically fit Das Keyboard. I don't know if there are other key caps that might be interchangeable, but they will not be specific to our keyboard. Sorry I can't help more with that.
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| Best,
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| Erin
this is what i got
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You can get a custom OCN Keycap that'll fit your Das's ESC key.

You could also get blank-key sets from Filco that would fit on your Das, but most likely not perfect.
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You can get a custom OCN Keycap that'll fit your Das's ESC key.

You could also get blank-key sets from Filco that would fit on your Das, but most likely not perfect.
lol im trying to find the perfect one.
for my W,A,S,D

found this, wonder it will fit.
http://www.fentek-ind.com/keys.htm
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lol im trying to find the perfect one.
for my W,A,S,D

found this, wonder it will fit.
http://www.fentek-ind.com/keys.htm
lol you gonna custom order some?

if so lemme know lol maybe i'll want a different color wasd also
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