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^Red or black? Also, cherry will make ergo clears, as long as the order is big enough tongue.gif

Congrats paradigm! thumb.gif

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I can an actually agree with making ergo clears official that would be super awesome, I would love to have a mechanical keyboard with ergo clears.

Just need enough people to commit so the MOQ of 750k can be met. tongue.gif
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Just need enough people to commit so the MOQ of 750k can be met. tongue.gif

Well, 104-key and 87-key keyboards are the two most common types, correct? That's 7212 full-size keyboards or 8621 TKL boards, plus it's probably possible to sell the individual switches themselves. Hot pink stems though, please.
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Well, 104-key and 87-key keyboards are the two most common types, correct? That's 7212 full-size keyboards or 8621 TKL boards, plus it's probably possible to sell the individual switches themselves. Hot pink stems though, please.

That's still a lot of boards. tongue.gif

Then again, there will probably be people who buy several hundred of the switches for any future boards. biggrin.gif
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Yeah, but it's not five digits a lot. I can type those numbers without a need for commas/spaces/periods. Seriously though, that's not a bad idea.

Pledge $5 and get a custom keycap!
Pledge $60 and get an 87-key set of switches!
Pledge $70 and get a full 104-key set of switches!
Pledge $150 and get a TKL keyboard!
Pledge $200 and get a full-size keyboard!

A bit of marketing and a catchy advertisement and it can happen.
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Or just buy 110 clears for 53 and add 8 dollars for springs tongue.gif
 
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Yeah, but it's not five digits a lot. I can type those numbers without a need for commas/spaces/periods. Seriously though, that's not a bad idea.

Pledge $5 and get a custom keycap!
Pledge $60 and get an 87-key set of switches!
Pledge $70 and get a full 104-key set of switches!
Pledge $150 and get a TKL keyboard!
Pledge $200 and get a full-size keyboard!

A bit of marketing and a catchy advertisement and it can happen.

LOL wut?

most custom keycaps cost $5, most decent keycap sets run 50, etc. etc, not a very practical marketing stragetgy.
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Just curious, but why would you want such a hard-to-push/long-way-travel switch (100g)? I understand that blacks are really meant to ensure very little error, but...I guess learn me some things?
 
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Just curious, but why would you want such a hard-to-push/long-way-travel switch (100g)? I understand that blacks are really meant to ensure very little error, but...I guess learn me some things?
Because I like heavier switches, I can't say I would use them all the time. If I was able to get them I would probably build a board with all the main keys using linear greys and then the shift, spacebar, enter, number keys etc with super blacks.

I would like them to feel like this tongue.gif
 
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Just curious, but why would you want such a hard-to-push/long-way-travel switch (100g)? I understand that blacks are really meant to ensure very little error, but...I guess learn me some things?

Some people find even MX Blacks fairly light, I don't find them heavy from trying on the switch sampler, but when my other board gets here I'll be able to see what they're like to type on for longer periods.
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I like greens because I have a 45 strength.

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