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Offline engicoder

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1976 Keyset now available at PMK Store
« on: Mon, 08 June 2015, 16:51:42 »
1976 is now available via the PMK Keyshop

If you missed the group buy, here is your chance.
   

Offline UsualSuspectXXX

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Re: 1976 Keyset now available at PMK Store
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 14 July 2015, 22:34:43 »
Definitely one of the most unique sets out there. Wish I didn't just shell out for the JTK sets...

Offline MikeTheTiger

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Re: 1976 Keyset now available at PMK Store
« Reply #2 on: Sun, 25 October 2015, 18:23:11 »
When is the set going to be back in stock?

Offline Data

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Re: 1976 Keyset now available at PMK Store
« Reply #3 on: Tue, 27 October 2015, 10:31:44 »
If I had to guess, not for several months.  SP's SA-profile production line is backed up at least until February.  But that depends on how or if they prioritize PMK stock over other outstanding orders.  It would be a total **** Move if they did that, but they've done it before so... who knows?

Offline whmeltonjr

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Re: 1976 Keyset now available at PMK Store
« Reply #4 on: Tue, 27 October 2015, 10:34:38 »
I got all excited when I saw this topic, then realized it was a bump.  :( I missed out on so many cool sets since I just got into this hobby a couple months ago.

Offline zslane

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Re: 1976 Keyset now available at PMK Store
« Reply #5 on: Tue, 27 October 2015, 17:22:55 »
Same here.

I've had to put up [WTB] notices and watch for [FS] posts here and over at Deskthority in order to get the sets I have now. It's taken three months, but I have Granite, Pulse, and Round 4 SPH on my keyboards, along with two sets of DSA Dolch that I bought directly from PMK (I'm guessing those finally sold out since they ran another GB over at MassDrop last week).

So while it is annoyingly difficult to acquire the sets that have passed us by, it is possible to get them.

Oh, and now's your chance to get in on the Round 5a GB. The amount of $$$ I've poured into that GB is almost embarrassing, but it has everything I love in terms of keycap design, so I just couldn't resist.