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Tenkeyless Filco with MX Blacks and 50A O-rings.

Da best.
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While we're on the topic of o-rings...

I used these o-rings a while back on my (now sold) BWU:SE. That being said, I'd like to set up o-rings on my Ducky.

Should I rebuy those o-rings or is there a more preferred / recommended o-ring? I'll admit, I'm quite uneducated on this topic, even after going through the geekhack threads regarding this.

In a perfect would I'd like to snag a set of 40A rings, but those bust seem quite a bit more expensive than their 50A counterparts... Are they really worth the difference? (40A's only seem to be available via WASD)
    
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Have to pick up my keycaps from the Fedex shop after 6PM because they didn't follow the instructions on my note I left mad.gifsozo.gifmadsmiley.png But at least I'll have my keycaps tonight thumbsupsmiley.png
    
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Have to pick up my keycaps from the Fedex shop after 6PM because they didn't follow the instructions on my note I left mad.gifsozo.gifmadsmiley.png But at least I'll have my keycaps tonight thumbsupsmiley.png

I actually have a burning hatred of FedEx because they refused to deliver my package to the management office back when I lived in an apartment complex. I wasn't able to get it until a week later.
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Stupid questions from a mechanical keyboard noobie.

Are keycaps for backlit keyboards not made? I've looked at eBay and other places. I've only seen clear key caps. I'm getting a Ducky Shine and would like to get different color keycaps.

And, I didn't do very well looking at GeekHack, but what do the O-Rings do? Less key noise? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by thenk83 View Post

Stupid questions from a mechanical keyboard noobie.

Are keycaps for backlit keyboards not made? I've looked at eBay and other places. I've only seen clear key caps. I'm getting a Ducky Shine and would like to get different color keycaps.

And, I didn't do very well looking at GeekHack, but what do the O-Rings do? Less key noise? Thanks in advance.

Other than those clear caps which you've seen, I'm really tempted to say no. I mean, they are listed on the Ducky Site but, upon contacting them... well, I haven't heard back in the past month so yeah :|

In simplistic terms (please, if I'm wrong someone correct me) it reduces the bottoming out distance and makes keypresses much less audible. The o-ring video covers it best by WASD.
    
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Other than those clear caps which you've seen, I'm really tempted to say no. I mean, they are listed on the Ducky Site but, upon contacting them... well, I haven't heard back in the past month so yeah :|
In simplistic terms (please, if I'm wrong someone correct me) it reduces the bottoming out distance and makes keypresses much less audible. The o-ring video covers it best by WASD.

Nice. Thanks for the vid too. Sounds like I'll be getting some O-rings. +rep

[Edit] I wonder if the soft landing pads are better than the O-rings.
Edited by thenk83 - 4/25/12 at 2:29pm
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Most people prefer o-rings to the pads. At least that seems to be what I hear the most.
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While we're on the topic of o-rings...

I used these o-rings a while back on my (now sold) BWU:SE. That being said, I'd like to set up o-rings on my Ducky.

Should I rebuy those o-rings or is there a more preferred / recommended o-ring? I'll admit, I'm quite uneducated on this topic, even after going through the geekhack threads regarding this.

In a perfect would I'd like to snag a set of 40A rings, but those bust seem quite a bit more expensive than their 50A counterparts... Are they really worth the difference? (40A's only seem to be available via WASD)

I have both 50A and 40A from WASD, I actually prefer the 50A for the price as there is really minimal difference in feeling between them.
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I've already been added but thought I'd share some pics
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Soooo sexy. Where did you get the keycaps from? I'm sick of the white font on here haha.

Cheers! I know what you mean about the stock CM keycaps, they are garbage, my wasd keys started to fade a a little only after a week... so I had to replace them smile.gif

The keycaps on the CM Storm are the ones originally from the WASD board, they are black engraved ABS keycaps, although I think WASD will be stocking PBT this year. I brought the white PBT engraved from Qtan's website $10 shipped and they arrived to me in about 3 weeks from China.
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