DOMIKEY Knight SA Doubleshot Keycap Set

DOMIKEY Knight SA Doubleshot Keycap Set

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With durable construction and a noble colorway, the DOMIKEY Knight keycap set earns its name in every sense. Showcasing silver alphas, royal blue modifiers, and a few yellow keys for extra flair, this DCS-designed set looks just like a storybook suit of armor Read More

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SkyGuy701
1
May 17, 2021
how do i buy?
rob_ger
408
May 13, 2021
i don't know if it's drop or domikey who is too ignorant to put a 1.25 shift in the iso uk kit. for real, do you guys just HATE iso users? thanks for nothing. seriously, this has to be intentional at some point.
Jino74
802
May 9, 2021
Nice looking set, but definitely higher priced than other Domikey sets. A bit too high, imo. I'd need to spend upwards of $120+ just to cover a 75%. Tempted, but I'll pass.
janbvbfa
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May 7, 2021
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LD_Type
169
May 7, 2021
Been seeing comments like this lately on drop. Seems like someone is botting comments to get people to click on their affiliate link?
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HrumHrum
45
May 8, 2021
Just report them. Drop deletes them
nataku411
64
May 7, 2021
For those wondering, this set is based off the character Saber/Arturia Pendragon from the visual novel/anime Fate/Stay Night.
EDCer123
70
May 6, 2021
For those complaining about the price and trying to compare this Knight set with other Domikey all-in-one sets on an apple-to-apple basis, you need to make a distinction between purchasing keycaps as an all-in-one set versus buying subsets ala carte. Purchasing ala carte will always be more expensive than buying the all-in-one. This Knight keycap set seems to be much more expensive than other Domikey sets only because the all-in-one set has more keycaps, specifically the multiple novelties sets. For comparison, I looked at the Domikey Graffiti set at https://kprepublic.com/products/domikey-sa-abs-doubleshot-keycap-retro-graffiti-sa-profile-for-mx-stem-keyboard-poker-87-104-gh60-xd64-xd68-xd84-xd96-xd75-xd87?variant=36878335836323. There you can buy as an all-in-one set or individual subsets ala carte. As an all-in-one set, the price is $131. But when purchased ala carte, the total comes out to $187. For the Domikey Knight keycaps here on Drop, the ala carte items that would match with the Graffiti set are TKL, ISO-UK, Numpad, Alt Color, Non-standard, and Spacebar. On ala carte basis, their total price is $177, which is cheaper than the Graffiti ala carte price. But I would say the prices are still roughly the same since TKL subset in Knight actually consists of alpha and modifier in Graffti bought ala carte. In any case, this shows that the prices for the Knight keycaps are roughly still in norm with what Domikey typically costs. It's just that their all-in-one for Knight is bigger than the all-in-one in their other sets and they don't offer a smaller all-in-one for Knight for those who don't care about the extra novelties sets. Edit: I discovered something peculiar. If I add ala carte all the subsets that are in the all-in-one for Knight, I get a total price of $247, which is cheaper than the $287 for all-in-one. Did I miss something or did Drop make a mistake in pricing? Edit #2: Based on comment from @gaolingyu (see their response below), the total ala carte price is actually $312, because the photo is missing two more subsets that are included in all-in-one, making the all-in-one much cheaper. I already have a couple of Domikey keycap sets and I found that their qualities are very similar to those of SP keycaps. But similar supersets of keycaps made by SP would cost at least twice as much. And even more amazing is that Domikey keycaps are nicely packaged in trays and boxes with no shipment delays, in contrast to the recent SA Godspeed fiasco by SP. For fans of the Knight theme and colorway, I think the all-in-one would be a nice and relatively inexpensive way to trick out their keyboards and make the keycap color arrangement their own. I do that sometimes with GMK and SA keycaps by mixing keys from different sets (of course, I don't cross-mix the GMK and SA profiles, which would be terrible for ergonomics) to create a unique, bespoke-looking keyboard that no one else has. A trick I use most often is to use alpha base from one set and modifier or novelty keys from other sets to try to create something more interesting and unique. But I do this very judiciously so that I don't go overboard with buying too many sets.
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gaolingyu
2
May 7, 2021
All in one should contain Alpha-Blue and Non-standard-white but picture is wrong~
EDCer123
70
May 7, 2021
Thanks. Then the total ala carte price for Knight, that has everything that all-in-one has, would be $312, which means that the all-in-one price is considerably cheaper than that of ala carte.
SilverFang
3
May 6, 2021
Does anyone know the keyboard from the first pic
elguey
162
May 6, 2021
Looks like the Ajazz K620T
SilverFang
3
May 7, 2021
Thanks mate
Mkjenis
18
May 6, 2021
Are the alphas silver or white? The kits say white but the description says silver. Or is it both? (silvery caps and white on blue)
gaolingyu
2
May 8, 2021
Alphas are cool white . The light is cool when taking photos
Mkjenis
18
May 8, 2021
thanks!
Mkjenis
18
May 6, 2021
For the Alliance.
PCgaming4ever
168
May 6, 2021
I like it but why is it so expensive?
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