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Offline renzpwns

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51050 on: Mon, 19 February 2018, 14:13:14 »
GMK 9009 R2, couple of custom 75% sleeves, krelsauce, DeltaSplit75 kit and a Fugthulhu! Was out of the country for a couple of weeks, just glad none of them got stolen. 189154-0

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51052 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 16:42:11 »
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wow tootall got green stuff

looks good
QFR (62g blacks) | MJ2 TKL | Realforce 87U | G81-3000 "Schumiboard" | Varmilo Bulgogiboard (Keycon 104) | KBD75 | MIRA | Weaven (MOD-M)

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51054 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 17:22:49 »
Keytronic Q03601QLPS2 in beige, NIB. For nostalgic purposes.







WhiteFox (Gateron Brown) -- Realforce 87UW 55g -- Realforce 87U 45g -- Realforce 108US 30g JIS -- HHKB Pro 2 -- IBM Model M ('90) -- IBM Model M SSK ('87) -- NMB RT-101 & RT-8255C+ (Hi-Tek Space Invaders) -- Keytrak (Blue Alps) -- Chicony KB-5181 (Monterey Blue Alps) -- KPT-102 (KPT Alps) -- G80-1800 (MX Blue) -- KUL ES-87 (62/65g Purple Zealios) -- CM QFR (MX Red) -- Das Keyboard Ultimate S (MX Brown) -- Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2012 (MX Blue) -- Apple Aluminum BT -- Realforce 23u Numpad

Offline reececonrad

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51055 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 20:07:28 »
Keytronic Q03601QLPS2 in beige, NIB. For nostalgic purposes.

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Looks beautiful.  I don't know anything about the board.  Is it BS?  Alps? 
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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51056 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 20:43:47 »
Keytronic Q03601QLPS2 in beige, NIB. For nostalgic purposes.

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Looks beautiful.  I don't know anything about the board.  Is it BS?  Alps?

Thanks, it's really nice to have a brand new in-box one.

It's actually a rubber dome membrane keyboard, but it's exceptionally good for a membrane board. Very tactile and nice sound, high quality keycaps and overall build. The sound is even decent with it. It's unlike any other rubber dome I've used. Some people compare these with Topre, but I don't think it's quite like that... the tactility is a bit more sharp and the bottom-out isn't quite as harsh.

I got it as I'm 95% sure that this is the exact model that my family got with our first computer when I was a kid. It likely won't see regular use, but as part of the collection -- like my '87 IBM SSK M.
WhiteFox (Gateron Brown) -- Realforce 87UW 55g -- Realforce 87U 45g -- Realforce 108US 30g JIS -- HHKB Pro 2 -- IBM Model M ('90) -- IBM Model M SSK ('87) -- NMB RT-101 & RT-8255C+ (Hi-Tek Space Invaders) -- Keytrak (Blue Alps) -- Chicony KB-5181 (Monterey Blue Alps) -- KPT-102 (KPT Alps) -- G80-1800 (MX Blue) -- KUL ES-87 (62/65g Purple Zealios) -- CM QFR (MX Red) -- Das Keyboard Ultimate S (MX Brown) -- Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2012 (MX Blue) -- Apple Aluminum BT -- Realforce 23u Numpad

Offline reececonrad

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51057 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 20:53:42 »
Keytronic Q03601QLPS2 in beige, NIB. For nostalgic purposes.

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awesome sounding stuff.  I like that it holds a special place for you because of the nostalgia.  I do like a nice rubber dome.  I break out my quiet key every now and then.  It's not nearly as pretty as the one you show here though.

Looks beautiful.  I don't know anything about the board.  Is it BS?  Alps?

Thanks, it's really nice to have a brand new in-box one.

It's actually a rubber dome membrane keyboard, but it's exceptionally good for a membrane board. Very tactile and nice sound, high quality keycaps and overall build. The sound is even decent with it. It's unlike any other rubber dome I've used. Some people compare these with Topre, but I don't think it's quite like that... the tactility is a bit more sharp and the bottom-out isn't quite as harsh.

I got it as I'm 95% sure that this is the exact model that my family got with our first computer when I was a kid. It likely won't see regular use, but as part of the collection -- like my '87 IBM SSK M.

I like that it has nostalgic value for you.  I also like to break out a rubber dome every now and then. I really like my quietkey.  This one is much better looking though.
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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51058 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 21:05:33 »
Keytronic Q03601QLPS2 in beige, NIB. For nostalgic purposes.

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awesome sounding stuff.  I like that it holds a special place for you because of the nostalgia.  I do like a nice rubber dome.  I break out my quiet key every now and then.  It's not nearly as pretty as the one you show here though.

Looks beautiful.  I don't know anything about the board.  Is it BS?  Alps?

Thanks, it's really nice to have a brand new in-box one.

It's actually a rubber dome membrane keyboard, but it's exceptionally good for a membrane board. Very tactile and nice sound, high quality keycaps and overall build. The sound is even decent with it. It's unlike any other rubber dome I've used. Some people compare these with Topre, but I don't think it's quite like that... the tactility is a bit more sharp and the bottom-out isn't quite as harsh.

I got it as I'm 95% sure that this is the exact model that my family got with our first computer when I was a kid. It likely won't see regular use, but as part of the collection -- like my '87 IBM SSK M.

I like that it has nostalgic value for you.  I also like to break out a rubber dome every now and then. I really like my quietkey.  This one is much better looking though.

The photos don't do it justice as my iPhone makes everything look like an oil painting.

One of the reasons I like collecting keyboards is that they are one of the only computing items that haven't become obsolete over the decades. I have several boards now that are over 20-30 years old and still perfectly fine for use today with modern computers (with a few adapters).
WhiteFox (Gateron Brown) -- Realforce 87UW 55g -- Realforce 87U 45g -- Realforce 108US 30g JIS -- HHKB Pro 2 -- IBM Model M ('90) -- IBM Model M SSK ('87) -- NMB RT-101 & RT-8255C+ (Hi-Tek Space Invaders) -- Keytrak (Blue Alps) -- Chicony KB-5181 (Monterey Blue Alps) -- KPT-102 (KPT Alps) -- G80-1800 (MX Blue) -- KUL ES-87 (62/65g Purple Zealios) -- CM QFR (MX Red) -- Das Keyboard Ultimate S (MX Brown) -- Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2012 (MX Blue) -- Apple Aluminum BT -- Realforce 23u Numpad

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51059 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 22:34:51 »
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OMG, the Darth Kermit cap is awesome! :eek: Where did you get that at?
Leopold FC660C (stock right now, silenced & lubed with BKE Redux Extreme domes very soon), Red Scarf II+ ver.C, 78g lubed rd.8 Zealios (150g Esc & 80g space bar) / Clueboard, lubed Cherry blacks (retooled) / Gazzew66, 80g lubed MOD-Ms / S60-X RGB, 80g lubed Cherry Blacks (retooled) / Let's Split!, 80g lubed Cherry Clears / Leopold FC660M, 80g lubed MOD-Ls / Tada68, lubed Cherry Tactile Greys / Pok3r, 150g lubed Gateron Clears (Cherry top housings) / MK Disco,  stock Gateron Blacks & 60g KBT browns / XMIT Hall Effect KB, 70g / Logitech DiNovo Edge, Perfectstroke Scissor switches (aka, really nice rubber domes)

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Re: What did you get in the mail today?
« Reply #51060 on: Wed, 21 February 2018, 22:47:44 »
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75 - rd.9, 78g Zilents, 85 - rd.4, 78g Zealios, & another one of my favorite sized tips (T18D16P) for my Hakko FX888D.
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Leopold FC660C (stock right now, silenced & lubed with BKE Redux Extreme domes very soon), Red Scarf II+ ver.C, 78g lubed rd.8 Zealios (150g Esc & 80g space bar) / Clueboard, lubed Cherry blacks (retooled) / Gazzew66, 80g lubed MOD-Ms / S60-X RGB, 80g lubed Cherry Blacks (retooled) / Let's Split!, 80g lubed Cherry Clears / Leopold FC660M, 80g lubed MOD-Ls / Tada68, lubed Cherry Tactile Greys / Pok3r, 150g lubed Gateron Clears (Cherry top housings) / MK Disco,  stock Gateron Blacks & 60g KBT browns / XMIT Hall Effect KB, 70g / Logitech DiNovo Edge, Perfectstroke Scissor switches (aka, really nice rubber domes)