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SP keycaps feel cheap and they have really poor QC. Too many keys don't sit right and getting them to fit onto Costar stabilizers requires a mod.

Consider that the full sets go for $60-100 and it just seems like a joke to me.
     
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post #13402 of 36836
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Originally Posted by nubbinator View Post

You must be new to mechanical keyboards if you think an $18 modifier set is expensive.

I literally only joined last few weeks ago rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by ChaoticKinesis View Post

SP keycaps feel cheap and they have really poor QC. Too many keys don't sit right and getting them to fit onto Costar stabilizers requires a mod.

Consider that the full sets go for $60-100 and it just seems like a joke to me.
Nuts isn't it smile.gif
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post #13403 of 36836
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Originally Posted by ChaoticKinesis View Post

SP keycaps feel cheap and they have really poor QC. Too many keys don't sit right and getting them to fit onto Costar stabilizers requires a mod.

Consider that the full sets go for $60-100 and it just seems like a joke to me.

The only SP set I have is the Black on White 87 key set. I traded a handmade Walnut key cap puller for, so I can't complain. The mod to make them work with Costar stabilizers is annoying though. At least it's a simple mod and you don't have to do it for all that may key caps.

Now if SP started making thick ABS double shots, I would love it. The Qwerkeys thick ABS caps feel fantastic, but they're so expensive.

The key cap puller, for reference:
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post #13404 of 36836
Didn't know that about SP caps frown.gif I'm in for a set of Lily SP DSC caps, so I guess I'll have to mod them a bit to fit on a Filco. How thin are they vs. standard "OEM" ABS keycaps? Standard Filco caps aren't that thick either.
   
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Decided on some KeyCool keycaps! My friend wants the Blue version which looks surprisingly similar to one of the ducky's new keyboards tongue.gif
I'm planning on the Red caps (they are the keys in the same order as ducky's new keyboard) and white caps for the letters and transparent blank keys for the ESC-func keys
But they are rather expensive though ... luckily they are made of POM. A set of these costs me 18$ i think


Just ordered a set last week with the same idea in mind...
post #13406 of 36836
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Originally Posted by Paradigm84 View Post

You could try buying some thick white PBT keycaps and see if you can dye them yellow. tongue.gif
lol no more dyeing for me, too much hustle
I really wanna get a dsa retro set though, damn I missed the group buy frown.gif
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Just ordered a set last week with the same idea in mind...

I almost order the same color combination in the Ducky picture above from WASD, but my daughter talked me into light blue and black instead.
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SP keycaps feel cheap and they have really poor QC. Too many keys don't sit right and getting them to fit onto Costar stabilizers requires a mod.

Consider that the full sets go for $60-100 and it just seems like a joke to me.
personally i've never done any mod for my SP DS with my Filcos, so i dunno YMMV?

They just feel smooth and right to me
i also prefer SP's profile instead of OEM profile lol
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Originally Posted by azianai View Post

personally i've never done any mod for my SP DS with my Filcos, so i dunno YMMV?

They just feel smooth and right to me
i also prefer SP's profile instead of OEM profile lol

They're referencing the little pegs on the eyelets you put in the stems for the wire on the Costar stabilizers. SP caps are infamous for not being able to hold the pegs of the eyelets unless you mod them somehow, either gluing the pegs in or stuffing paper/plastic/whatever in there to make it tighter.
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SP keycaps feel cheap and they have really poor QC. Too many keys don't sit right and getting them to fit onto Costar stabilizers requires a mod.

Consider that the full sets go for $60-100 and it just seems like a joke to me.

Soooo... what keycaps should we get? Which ones are the good ones? :+
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