Datamancer Preonic (Rev 3) Hardwood Case

Datamancer Preonic (Rev 3) Hardwood Case

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Datamancer has built a solid reputation making wooden cases for popular keyboards like the Pok3r, Planck, and ErgoDox. Now, they’ve created one for the Preonic (Rev 3), available in two different woods (cherry or walnut) Read More
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dandel
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Jun 30, 2020
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Love it
I already posted my photo but just reiterating how nice this case is. I got the standard height cherry option and it's a beautiful golden brown color now. Can't remember if it started out lighter like the product photos but it's definitely gorgeous.
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Jackmann
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Jun 7, 2020
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Beautiful and thoughtfully designed case
This case is thoughtfully designed and was easy to work with when mounting my Preonic. It came with the mounting hardware (screws). I opted for the Tall Walnut option and it looks great! There are magnets which keep the lid on when you're moving or storing it and also magnets on the front to keep the wristwrest in place.
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Would recommend to a friend.
ttys0
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Jun 30, 2019
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Perfect Case!
I thought I'd like this case, but in person it made an even better impression. One pleasant surprise was its lightness, which became noticeable as I pack my keyboard back and forth from work to home. Thanks to the magnets I'm never worried about the top unexpectedly coming off, and at the same time removing it intentionally is effortless. Using the top as a wrist wrest doesn't work for me, as I don't like the feeling of my hands being so close to the outermost edges. Instead I usually keep the lid turned up on my desk, and use it to hold transient items. It's especially good for keeping pens / dry erase markers nearby as they can't roll away. I went with the walnut, and its grain, color, and finish is exquisite.
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Would recommend to a friend.
NorkNork
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Apr 16, 2019
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