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Greetings players! Here is iNKY studio.

How long haven't you seen the sea? Let's go to see the sea this winter!

After the GB of Silent Forest, we adjusted the design of the Silent Sea. Today we bring you the latest version of the Silent Sea.


We got back to the original intention of this keycap: use a blue gradient. The purpose is to exhibit a scenery of the charming deep ocean.


We now use Pantone C instead of Pantone U to make the blue brighter. It makes the keycaps look more like a real ocean.


Desk mat
(with watermark)

Tentative GB date: November 2021

Contact: Discord

Designed by iNKY
Produced by Domikey
ABS plastic
Cherry profile
Tripleshot keycaps
Compatible with Cherry MX
Made in China

We will carry out long-term cooperation with Domikey to bring you more excellent, high quality works. Coming soon.
Interest Checks / Re: [IC] Bluetooth Planck - a Wireless 40% Ortholinear keyboard
« Last post by learntoletgo on Sat, 23 October 2021, 06:20:58 »
keep us posted!

Sent from my Pixel 5 using Tapatalk

Interest Checks / Re: [IC] W1-AT / IBM Model F AT layout
« Last post by IBMweMissU on Sat, 23 October 2021, 06:15:43 »
Yeah. Amazing.
Group Buys and Preorders / Re: [GB] had60 rev1.1 60% pcb + two daughterboards - $45!
« Last post by lkkedward on Sat, 23 October 2021, 06:13:43 »
what does it mean for remove usb?
Off Topic / Re: Facebook whistleblower Testimony
« Last post by tp4tissue on Sat, 23 October 2021, 06:07:52 »
heard it from a friend of a friend's unkle's mother who heard it from the village idiot.

That's exactly the world of peer review though, it's always been like this.

Scientific publication just looks more <official> because the turn over process is laborious/expensive and slow. So, it's as if they done'gud at least for a little while.
Interest Checks / Re: [IC] DSA PetriKeys ✨ | Vendors Added + Discord
« Last post by stidal on Sat, 23 October 2021, 06:00:52 »
absolutely in love with this colorway. so nice
Classifieds / Re: [WTS] NIB Cherry Hellgrau doubleshot set
« Last post by Prelim on Sat, 23 October 2021, 05:19:44 »
Dunno if we are able to post it here, but a handful of GMK clone sets in alliexpress recently have added (afaik) ISO-ES among other ISO-countries

Sets like, Mizu, Olivia, Botanical , daifuku.

Keep up with the good work mate, you hit it out of the park.

Off Topic / Re: Facebook whistleblower Testimony
« Last post by Leslieann on Sat, 23 October 2021, 04:53:39 »
Youtube can be research...
I'd trust Louis Rossman with my electronics any day, but I can also verify he knows what the hell he's doing and I'm not asking him for Covid advice.

That's the problem, these people fall into a circle jerk between creators and take it as fact.
Joe says Mary said it worked and he trusts Mary.
Mary said Tom said it worked and she trusts Tom.
Tom heard it from Susan, who he trusts.
Susan actually heard from Joe who heard it from a friend of a friend's unkle's mother who heard it from the village idiot.
And all of them are just trying to garner views and ad revenue.
Keyboards / Re: Most tactile switch
« Last post by Leslieann on Sat, 23 October 2021, 04:43:51 »
As mentioned, Zeals tend to be pretty tactile as it is, you may want to try a more sharp bump (62g variant).

How tactile do you want to go?
Some switches become more tactile with softer springs, the 62g certainly do but this is FAR from the rule, Zeals are the first I have found that do it to this extreme. Clears, Purple pros.. meh,. Not even close on tactility nor do they respond anywhere near as crazy as Zeals do. They felt pretty much the same other than a softer spring.

With mid 40g (45g) springs the 62g variant tactility tends to be between box jades and box navy switches, which are some of the most tactile you can get. There are some downsides though... Going below 45g makes them even more tactile, but they can actually stick, even if you use the lightest lube possible (my 39g stick on slow release). You also get used to super light spring and will have a hard time going back. You can get Most tactiles down to about 40g, but 62g Zeals just don't like going that low.

I did some rough measurements using nickles a while back, with 39g springs they basically start the bump at 20g, then spike to 45g at peak, only to plunge back to about 25g, a 200% bump. Most tactiles only have a 5-15g bump, on top of 45g pressure point, about a 20% bump, so you can see why it equates to a massive tactile feel. But as mentioned, they struggle to clear the bump on return if they have no momentum (slow release) as the bump is just so massive and the spring so light. Stick to a mid 40's spring or better to be safe, and use a very light lube, not 205, it's way too thick.
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