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Offline Melvang

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #650 on: Mon, 13 June 2016, 22:35:07 »
Damn you guys just seem to want me to spend all my money. How much does it cost to get in  the kish club? Im looking for an all original one, doesnt have to be perfecct.

Money shouldn't be your concern as much as finding someone who's willing to let one go, I think.
Im pretty patient, Im just waiting on the day someone finds boxes and boxes of f77s and kishsavers in the back room of a bank :)) But seriously, Im sure someone has a kish they would sell me.

I just got mine a couple weeks ago for $375 with shipping.  This seems to be about the lower end of the average going rate for a complete one.  A couple years ago there was a box of 29 (if I remember right) but a good number of them had missing caps, scratches, debts, or very dirty.  Cleaned up they do fetch a premium.
How about a beat up one missing caps? I dont care what it looks like, I will fix it up.


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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #651 on: Tue, 14 June 2016, 09:08:26 »
Damn you guys just seem to want me to spend all my money. How much does it cost to get in  the kish club? Im looking for an all original one, doesnt have to be perfecct.

Money shouldn't be your concern as much as finding someone who's willing to let one go, I think.
Im pretty patient, Im just waiting on the day someone finds boxes and boxes of f77s and kishsavers in the back room of a bank :)) But seriously, Im sure someone has a kish they would sell me.

I just got mine a couple weeks ago for $375 with shipping.  This seems to be about the lower end of the average going rate for a complete one.  A couple years ago there was a box of 29 (if I remember right) but a good number of them had missing caps, scratches, debts, or very dirty.  Cleaned up they do fetch a premium.
How about a beat up one missing caps? I dont care what it looks like, I will fix it up.

There is a long line of people interested in these boards.  Not trying to tell you it won't happen, but realistically you'd have to get very lucky or try very hard. 

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #652 on: Tue, 14 June 2016, 09:10:54 »
Im just waiting for the next lot of them to be discovered. Im sure theres a ton more out there that havent been found yet.

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #653 on: Tue, 14 June 2016, 09:14:55 »
Im just waiting for the next lot of them to be discovered. Im sure theres a ton more out there that havent been found yet.

That would be really interesting, Abandoned office building or warehouses are exciting.

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #654 on: Tue, 14 June 2016, 09:16:09 »
Im just waiting for the next lot of them to be discovered. Im sure theres a ton more out there that havent been found yet.

That would be really interesting, Abandoned office building or warehouses are exciting.
We need to get an abandoned building exploration crew going :))

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #655 on: Tue, 14 June 2016, 09:22:18 »
Im just waiting for the next lot of them to be discovered. Im sure theres a ton more out there that havent been found yet.

Oh okay, I gotcha.  :)  I'm sure you're right.  After all, no one knew of the last batch until it was discovered.  ;)

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #656 on: Sun, 19 June 2016, 22:50:57 »
Just wondering but what are you guys running for voltage threshold and what columns are set to skip for you guys on your Kishsaver?

I have mine sent to 125 and for column skips the first two and the last 6.

If I hold down the 4 keys for each standard home row position and jiggle the caps, I can get a quick flash of a key from the other hand.  Should I bump it up a couple or leave it there?  Keep in mind this test was down not in any case and just sitting on my kitchen table testing a grounding issue that was causing a full line to not sense at all.  Pretty sure I have that one solved.
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #657 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 20:28:04 »
resurrecting this glorious thread

found a nice carrying case this week:
https://www.casematix.com/product/casematix-scout/

the dimensions are almost perfect for the kishsaver with very little modding of the internal foam needed (it comes mostly pre-cut).

from the outside:


sitting in the case:


internal foam:


the corner with less foam is to put the wire-organizer-thingy:


I can plug the kishsaver in directly, but prefer using this usb-a to mini adapter so it's easier to swap keyboards.


highly recommend this case  :thumb:
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #658 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 20:30:27 »
resurrecting this glorious thread

found a nice carrying case this week:
https://www.casematix.com/product/casematix-scout/

the dimensions are almost perfect for the kishsaver with very little modding of the internal foam needed (it comes mostly pre-cut).

from the outside:
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sitting in the case:
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internal foam:
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the corner with less foam is to put the wire-organizer-thingy:
Show Image


I can plug the kishsaver in directly, but prefer using this usb-a to mini adapter so it's easier to swap keyboards.
Show Image


highly recommend this case  :thumb:

Very nice setup man! That kish is in beautiful condition!

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #659 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 20:59:38 »
Very nice setup man! That kish is in beautiful condition!
thanks!
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #660 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 23:18:28 »
resurrecting this glorious thread

found a nice carrying case this week:
https://www.casematix.com/product/casematix-scout/

the dimensions are almost perfect for the kishsaver with very little modding of the internal foam needed (it comes mostly pre-cut).

from the outside:
Show Image


sitting in the case:
Show Image


internal foam:
Show Image


the corner with less foam is to put the wire-organizer-thingy:
Show Image


I can plug the kishsaver in directly, but prefer using this usb-a to mini adapter so it's easier to swap keyboards.
Show Image


highly recommend this case  :thumb:



Amazing find. Looks like it works great.

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #661 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 23:20:02 »
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #662 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 23:20:56 »
why the hell would you want to take that around with you?  too heavy?

get an hhkb, light and it has the layout you're copying

For storage?

Regardless kish > hhkb all day err day

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #663 on: Tue, 25 April 2017, 23:33:24 »
Regardless kish > hhkb all day err day

True but if I had a Kish my HHKBs would still be my daily carry boards.

As payment for a Kish I'd be happy to carry it around for a few days though.  :))
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #664 on: Wed, 26 April 2017, 11:47:18 »
good to see this thread again. :)

very nice board and case.

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #665 on: Fri, 28 April 2017, 13:03:39 »
That is a nice keyboard. I love the case as well. I would love to restore one of these!
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #666 on: Sun, 30 April 2017, 00:36:14 »
resurrecting this glorious thread

found a nice carrying case this week:
https://www.casematix.com/product/casematix-scout/

the dimensions are almost perfect for the kishsaver with very little modding of the internal foam needed (it comes mostly pre-cut).

from the outside:
Show Image


sitting in the case:
Show Image


internal foam:
Show Image


the corner with less foam is to put the wire-organizer-thingy:
Show Image


I can plug the kishsaver in directly, but prefer using this usb-a to mini adapter so it's easier to swap keyboards.
Show Image


highly recommend this case  :thumb:

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #667 on: Sun, 28 May 2017, 16:00:43 »
Bought a broken Kishsaver. Will need repairing.  :cool:

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #668 on: Sun, 28 May 2017, 19:29:23 »
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #669 on: Mon, 29 May 2017, 04:12:39 »
from a forum member?  or did you find one?

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #670 on: Fri, 02 June 2017, 16:44:48 »
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Re: Kishsaver Club
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #672 on: Tue, 11 July 2017, 12:58:35 »
You can buy new one from https://www.modelfkeyboards.com/product/f62-model-f-keyboard-kishsaver.
Is it any good?

People seem to have liked it.

Although that's an F62, not a kishsaver

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Re: Kishsaver Club
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #674 on: Thu, 28 September 2017, 15:28:42 »
Stainless Cerakote:
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #675 on: Thu, 28 September 2017, 18:17:07 »
Stainless Cerakote:
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They must have sent it your place by mistake, please pm me for my address.  ^-^


Beautiful color!  :) ;)

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #676 on: Thu, 28 September 2017, 20:17:35 »
Stainless Cerakote:
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They must have sent it your place by mistake, please pm me for my address.  ^-^


Beautiful color!  :) ;)
Thanks sleepy!
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #677 on: Fri, 29 September 2017, 14:49:45 »
Stainless Cerakote:
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Wow that looks amazing! I'm surprised it's taken this long for someone to cerakote a kish
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #678 on: Fri, 29 September 2017, 15:55:04 »
Stainless Cerakote:
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Beautiful!! 😍

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #679 on: Wed, 04 October 2017, 07:43:12 »
Stainless Cerakote:
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finished pics pls pls pls

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #680 on: Wed, 04 October 2017, 19:08:56 »
thanks all! sorry it took awhile to get the plate cerakoted, finally managed to assemble and snap some pics today.

case cerakote color is Stainless H-152Q and plate is Graphite Black C-102Q








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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #681 on: Wed, 04 October 2017, 21:14:43 »
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #682 on: Wed, 04 October 2017, 21:50:10 »
is that a cable tie or some wireless solution?

The case color looks really good
thanks. it's just a cable tie
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #683 on: Wed, 04 October 2017, 21:55:35 »
Might look even better with industrial keycaps on it.
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #684 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 19:31:19 »
Wow, that turned out awesome. Maybe I should get some of my boards done up like this.
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #685 on: Sat, 02 December 2017, 17:50:06 »
thanks all! sorry it took awhile to get the plate cerakoted, finally managed to assemble and snap some pics today.

case cerakote color is Stainless H-152Q and plate is Graphite Black C-102Q

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that color looks great! awesome kish!

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #686 on: Wed, 06 December 2017, 00:08:45 »
Waaaaaaah~~!!!

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #687 on: Fri, 26 January 2018, 04:03:54 »
Time to share my most recent acquisition.  I am extremely grateful to be able to have a new one after having to sell the blackish a year and a half ago.

The case is in very good condition, and I think I will be keeping the original paint on it.  Very minor chips and scratches on it, but i love the character it has.  Some of the keycaps are damaged, but I plan to keep as many of the original keys as possible.  Moving forward I plan to convert it to USB and change it over to happy layout.  While I have it apart I will probably repaint the plate since I assume there are issues without even looking. 

On to the pictures.















Here is one issue ive noticed, but unsure if i will do much beyond trying to straighten by hand.  My concern with taking it to be straightened would be damage to the paint.


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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #688 on: Fri, 26 January 2018, 08:52:25 »
Time to share my most recent acquisition.  I am extremely grateful to be able to have a new one after having to sell the blackish a year and a half ago.

The case is in very good condition, and I think I will be keeping the original paint on it.  Very minor chips and scratches on it, but i love the character it has.  Some of the keycaps are damaged, but I plan to keep as many of the original keys as possible.  Moving forward I plan to convert it to USB and change it over to happy layout.  While I have it apart I will probably repaint the plate since I assume there are issues without even looking. 

On to the pictures.

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Here is one issue ive noticed, but unsure if i will do much beyond trying to straighten by hand.  My concern with taking it to be straightened would be damage to the paint.

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Glad to see it in your hands man

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #689 on: Fri, 26 January 2018, 09:03:03 »
Time to share my most recent acquisition.  I am extremely grateful to be able to have a new one after having to sell the blackish a year and a half ago.

The case is in very good condition, and I think I will be keeping the original paint on it.  Very minor chips and scratches on it, but i love the character it has.  Some of the keycaps are damaged, but I plan to keep as many of the original keys as possible.  Moving forward I plan to convert it to USB and change it over to happy layout.  While I have it apart I will probably repaint the plate since I assume there are issues without even looking. 

On to the pictures.

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Here is one issue ive noticed, but unsure if i will do much beyond trying to straighten by hand.  My concern with taking it to be straightened would be damage to the paint.

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too sexy
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #690 on: Fri, 26 January 2018, 09:47:52 »
Glad you got one back. I recall you have been hunting for one ever since. It looks like persistence and a touch of luck paid off.
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #691 on: Fri, 26 January 2018, 12:49:36 »
Time to share my most recent acquisition.  I am extremely grateful to be able to have a new one after having to sell the blackish a year and a half ago.

The case is in very good condition, and I think I will be keeping the original paint on it.  Very minor chips and scratches on it, but i love the character it has.  Some of the keycaps are damaged, but I plan to keep as many of the original keys as possible.  Moving forward I plan to convert it to USB and change it over to happy layout.  While I have it apart I will probably repaint the plate since I assume there are issues without even looking. 

On to the pictures.

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Here is one issue ive noticed, but unsure if i will do much beyond trying to straighten by hand.  My concern with taking it to be straightened would be damage to the paint.

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Kishsavers are so cool. I've really come around on them since the first time I saw one.
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #692 on: Sat, 27 January 2018, 05:30:18 »
Time to share my most recent acquisition.  I am extremely grateful to be able to have a new one after having to sell the blackish a year and a half ago.

The case is in very good condition, and I think I will be keeping the original paint on it.  Very minor chips and scratches on it, but i love the character it has.  Some of the keycaps are damaged, but I plan to keep as many of the original keys as possible.  Moving forward I plan to convert it to USB and change it over to happy layout.  While I have it apart I will probably repaint the plate since I assume there are issues without even looking. 

On to the pictures.

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Here is one issue ive noticed, but unsure if i will do much beyond trying to straighten by hand.  My concern with taking it to be straightened would be damage to the paint.

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Awesome get! My F107 has a similar bend in its case, it's something I'd like to fix but as you mentioned, I worry about the paint. If you do end up trying to fix it I'd be interested to hear how it goes.
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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #693 on: Sat, 27 January 2018, 05:41:35 »
Time to share my most recent acquisition.  I am extremely grateful to be able to have a new one after having to sell the blackish a year and a half ago.

The case is in very good condition, and I think I will be keeping the original paint on it.  Very minor chips and scratches on it, but i love the character it has.  Some of the keycaps are damaged, but I plan to keep as many of the original keys as possible.  Moving forward I plan to convert it to USB and change it over to happy layout.  While I have it apart I will probably repaint the plate since I assume there are issues without even looking. 

On to the pictures.

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Here is one issue ive noticed, but unsure if i will do much beyond trying to straighten by hand.  My concern with taking it to be straightened would be damage to the paint.

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Awesome get! My F107 has a similar bend in its case, it's something I'd like to fix but as you mentioned, I worry about the paint. If you do end up trying to fix it I'd be interested to hear how it goes.

The last one I had, had a similar bend to it.  I think it may be a common issue among those types of cases.  I was able to use a little force and straighten it out by hand, and will probably try the same thing with this one.

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #694 on: Thu, 24 May 2018, 09:06:02 »
I have had my eye on one of these for years.  What is the best way of going about getting one?

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Re: Kishsaver Club
« Reply #695 on: Thu, 24 May 2018, 10:27:37 »
I have had my eye on one of these for years.  What is the best way of going about getting one?

look around for news of banks getting rid of old hardware, contact recyclers with known connections to old financial equipment, get the word out as best you can to the relevant people etc.
cross your fingers extra hard and be prepared to wait several years
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« Reply #696 on: Sun, 23 August 2020, 13:28:59 »
hey! kinda new to keyboards but im hoping to eventually build a grail board and i LOVE the look of kishsaver cases.
so...  this is probably a very stupid question, has anyone purchased a case from model f keyboards and then used a different pcb and mx style switches? i love the sound of holy pandas and purchased some of those so was wondering if they would work in this case?
apologies if i messed up any of the terms or anything, new to this. Also if anyone has any tips for doing this or has done this before, all info or help would be much appreciated!