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ASCII SA PBT Dye-Subbed Custom Keycap Set

ASCII SA PBT Dye-Subbed Custom Keycap Set

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If you’re into programming and computers, you might be familiar with ASCII, also known as the American Standard Code for Information Interchange. These keycaps pay tribute to the encoding system with small codes for the sublegends Read More

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Quebectech
5
May 2, 2019
I bought the kit despite the B key not having the STX command. I don't know how i'll survive. /s Guess i'll do like the old timers and simply put a sticker on it ^_^;
dilkROM
73
Feb 16, 2019
Damn it, missed it again, haha! Might have to head over to KBDFans or wait for a relaunch...
Jokeen
10
Feb 11, 2019
I bought some of these awhile ago through KBDFans and while the quality of the caps is ok, the profiling is terrible. The row setup makes absolutely no sense and is a terrible typing experience.
tw000
180
Feb 14, 2019
SA Godspeed was 1-1-2-3-4-3, IIRC, which is most common for SP SA sets. I've seen 1-1-2-3-4-4 and 2-2-3-3-3-3 on other SA sets, but never what's described here. In pics, this looks more like 2-2-2-3-4-3. I can't see the top row differing from the next. All my descriptions start at the top and go down.
JimDetroit
122
Mar 15, 2019
I have the set and can confirm that the numbers row is an odd profile. It causes a feeling of having to "reach" to get to the numbers row, because they feel hidden behind the QWERTY row.
Cincinnatux
25
Feb 11, 2019
It is a beautiful set and I like SA profiles - the chunky weight of each keycap is a great thing. But in terms of raw typing speed, I'm noticeably faster on DSA profiles than on SA. Too many years of typing on laptops, maybe? Regardless, I put this set on an old Das keyboard I have and use it at work (with my new CTRL keyboard at home) and they look great (IMO) even with the ugly piano-black plastic case of the Das.
BadMinotaur
7
Feb 10, 2019
I do enough wth ASCII codes that I would’ve loved for each keycap to actually have its respective ASCII code. Wouldn’t it be neat to just glance down and say “Oh, that letter is xx in ASCII!” Bonus points for putting it in hex, too.
fcc323
13
Feb 10, 2019
Love the color scheme and font, but not the extra text :(
Sk3letron
54
Feb 11, 2019
Yeah, that orange is rough...
and8
2
Feb 7, 2019
Does anyone else has wobbly keycaps? Almost all of the bottom row keys are wobbly to the point that they are falling if i press the buttons hard a few times. And i'm not even mentioning the warped space bar.
Cincinnatux
25
Feb 11, 2019
I added o-rings to cushion the downstroke (though they still audibly clack upon reaching full elevation on the reset) because I grew up on cheap membrane keyboards and reflexively punch the snot out of keys to ensure they register. Without that o-ring, my typing would be intolerable for other people to listen to. At any rate, I kept having this experience where the 'b' key would bounce right off its Cherry MX post routinely. I thought maybe the plastic was malformed, but in the end it turned out it was just that I had failed to fully seat the o-ring. Now all of my keycaps from this set are well-anchored and perform as expected, even with the abusive way I tend to type.
psiclone
427
Dec 5, 2018
Very nice looking set.
heldpizza
314
Dec 5, 2018
Love the profile and love the colours and font. HATE the extra text.
chnhngxn
26
Dec 6, 2018
Love the linen color too!
ferretallica
907
Dec 5, 2018
'If you’re into programming and computers, you might be familiar with ASCII, also known as the American Standard Code for Information Interchange. These keycaps pay tribute to the encoding system with small codes for the sublegends' Aaaaaand the crowd goes mild!
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