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Offline mason

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #800 on: Fri, 02 June 2017, 18:45:18 »
new stuff. ;D

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looks good

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #801 on: Fri, 02 June 2017, 18:53:09 »
new stuff. ;D

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Nice combo! :)
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #802 on: Fri, 02 June 2017, 19:21:10 »
new stuff. ;D

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That many Raptor K1 Glow in the Dark caps!!! How many K1s have you scavenged???
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Offline ba7777

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #803 on: Fri, 02 June 2017, 19:30:58 »
I bought them alone and have zero K1 board.

Sometimes the seller would kept the board itself and GID /  accessories get sold then I snatched them.

I don't remember exact number of how many I have but it should be round 60 after collecting them in past 2 years.

Offline gnmar2723

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #804 on: Sat, 03 June 2017, 11:58:13 »




Took some pics of my 1800

Album: http://imgur.com/a/ra5Ng

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #805 on: Sat, 03 June 2017, 21:38:06 »
I bought them alone and have zero K1 board.

Sometimes the seller would kept the board itself and GID /  accessories get sold then I snatched them.

I don't remember exact number of how many I have but it should be round 60 after collecting them in past 2 years.

Care to sell some? I could use, like idk, 13 of them  :p
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #806 on: Sun, 04 June 2017, 23:40:34 »
i would like some too lol
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #807 on: Mon, 05 June 2017, 04:27:12 »
new stuff. ;D

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**** man, you killed it. No need to post anything else guys, it's over.
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #808 on: Mon, 05 June 2017, 06:43:01 »
new stuff. ;D

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**** man, you killed it. No need to post anything else guys, it's over.

Most renderings of gmk sets are horrible. I didn't like your set at all until I saw it photographed in real life.

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #809 on: Mon, 05 June 2017, 06:45:58 »
Thanks for all your compliments and sorry I have no plan to sell the GID, at least for now.

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #810 on: Sun, 18 June 2017, 11:27:39 »
Here is my Sailor Radio H2099 keyboard, a Cherry G80-1800 HAU, with OG double-shots and a khaki case "made in Denmark".

It was meant to be used on marine boats with the Sailor Radio Compact 2000 "GMDSS":
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The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is an international system that uses terrestrial and satellite technology and ship-board radio systems to ensure rapid, automated alerting of shore-based communication and rescue authorities, in addition to ships in the immediate vicinity, in the event of a marine distress. Under the GMDSS, all cargo ships of 300 gross registered tonnes and upwards and all passenger ships engaged on international voyages must be equipped with radio equipment that conforms to international standards as set out in the system. The basic concept is that search and rescue authorities ashore, as well as shipping in the immediate vicinity of the ship in distress, will be rapidly alerted through satellite and terrestrial communication techniques so that they can assist in a co-ordinated search and rescue operation with the minimum of delay.

A very few of those seem to be in the hands of Cherry collectors, so I feel extremely lucky that I scored that board! I've modded the alphas to 62g SPRiT v1.2 springs, lubed the whole keyboard with thin Krytox, and added that nice Camo Reaper from BroCaps 420 sale.







The Compact 2000 GMDSS:



I now own a keyboard of the first model ever posted in this thread!
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Offline Pwner

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #811 on: Sun, 18 June 2017, 11:55:57 »
Here is my Sailor Radio H2099 keyboard, a Cherry G80-1800 HAU, with OG double-shots and a khaki case "made in Denmark".

It was meant to be used on marine boats with the Sailor Radio Compact 2000 "GMDSS":
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The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is an international system that uses terrestrial and satellite technology and ship-board radio systems to ensure rapid, automated alerting of shore-based communication and rescue authorities, in addition to ships in the immediate vicinity, in the event of a marine distress. Under the GMDSS, all cargo ships of 300 gross registered tonnes and upwards and all passenger ships engaged on international voyages must be equipped with radio equipment that conforms to international standards as set out in the system. The basic concept is that search and rescue authorities ashore, as well as shipping in the immediate vicinity of the ship in distress, will be rapidly alerted through satellite and terrestrial communication techniques so that they can assist in a co-ordinated search and rescue operation with the minimum of delay.

A very few of those seem to be in the hands of Cherry collectors, so I feel extremely lucky that I scored that board! I've modded the alphas to 62g SPRiT v1.2 springs, lubed the whole keyboard with thin Krytox, and added that nice Camo Reaper from BroCaps 420 sale.

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The Compact 2000 GMDSS:

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I now own a keyboard of the first model ever posted in this thread!

Good lordddddd!  :eek:

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #812 on: Sun, 18 June 2017, 11:57:36 »
Very nice ramnes :)

That last picture is really cool too, showing the gear the keyboard would have been used with   :cool:

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #813 on: Sun, 18 June 2017, 13:41:03 »
ramnes got all the cool stuff  :-[ :thumb:
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #814 on: Sun, 18 June 2017, 14:01:15 »
Here is my Sailor Radio H2099 keyboard, a Cherry G80-1800 HAU, with OG double-shots and a khaki case "made in Denmark".

It was meant to be used on marine boats with the Sailor Radio Compact 2000 "GMDSS":
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The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is an international system that uses terrestrial and satellite technology and ship-board radio systems to ensure rapid, automated alerting of shore-based communication and rescue authorities, in addition to ships in the immediate vicinity, in the event of a marine distress. Under the GMDSS, all cargo ships of 300 gross registered tonnes and upwards and all passenger ships engaged on international voyages must be equipped with radio equipment that conforms to international standards as set out in the system. The basic concept is that search and rescue authorities ashore, as well as shipping in the immediate vicinity of the ship in distress, will be rapidly alerted through satellite and terrestrial communication techniques so that they can assist in a co-ordinated search and rescue operation with the minimum of delay.

A very few of those seem to be in the hands of Cherry collectors, so I feel extremely lucky that I scored that board! I've modded the alphas to 62g SPRiT v1.2 springs, lubed the whole keyboard with thin Krytox, and added that nice Camo Reaper from BroCaps 420 sale.

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The Compact 2000 GMDSS:

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I now own a keyboard of the first model ever posted in this thread!

Such a good looking board man.

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #815 on: Mon, 19 June 2017, 05:14:19 »
Here is my Sailor Radio H2099 keyboard, a Cherry G80-1800 HAU, with OG double-shots and a khaki case "made in Denmark".

It was meant to be used on marine boats with the Sailor Radio Compact 2000 "GMDSS":
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The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is an international system that uses terrestrial and satellite technology and ship-board radio systems to ensure rapid, automated alerting of shore-based communication and rescue authorities, in addition to ships in the immediate vicinity, in the event of a marine distress. Under the GMDSS, all cargo ships of 300 gross registered tonnes and upwards and all passenger ships engaged on international voyages must be equipped with radio equipment that conforms to international standards as set out in the system. The basic concept is that search and rescue authorities ashore, as well as shipping in the immediate vicinity of the ship in distress, will be rapidly alerted through satellite and terrestrial communication techniques so that they can assist in a co-ordinated search and rescue operation with the minimum of delay.

A very few of those seem to be in the hands of Cherry collectors, so I feel extremely lucky that I scored that board! I've modded the alphas to 62g SPRiT v1.2 springs, lubed the whole keyboard with thin Krytox, and added that nice Camo Reaper from BroCaps 420 sale.

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The Compact 2000 GMDSS:

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I now own a keyboard of the first model ever posted in this thread!

That's an amazing board, man! Army greens are probably my favourite color scheme there is.
 
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #816 on: Mon, 19 June 2017, 07:52:33 »
Thanks a lot guys!

funderburker, in real life the green is much more like on that last picture. I took the photos at the end of the day and there was really low light, so the green is way to dark on my pictures. But I liked the ambiance it gives so I decided to go ahead with those. :)
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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #817 on: Tue, 20 June 2017, 02:09:19 »
Thanks a lot guys!

funderburker, in real life the green is much more like on that last picture. I took the photos at the end of the day and there was really low light, so the green is way to dark on my pictures. But I liked the ambiance it gives so I decided to go ahead with those. :)

Cherry cases cost maybe 2 bucks, I wonder why they don't see a market for them. At $10 each they could sell really well.

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Re: Post your G80-1800 pictures
« Reply #818 on: Tue, 20 June 2017, 03:28:43 »
Thanks a lot guys!

funderburker, in real life the green is much more like on that last picture. I took the photos at the end of the day and there was really low light, so the green is way to dark on my pictures. But I liked the ambiance it gives so I decided to go ahead with those. :)

Yup, I figured. Still, that moss green is really nice. I'm a sucker for greens (colors, edibles, smokables :D)
 
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