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Drop CTRL High-Profile Mechanical Keyboard
$149
$250

Drop CTRL High-Profile Mechanical Keyboard

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RRCULLINAN
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Nov 21, 2022
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Buy nice or buy twice
Look there is a lot of Hype on many different Keyboards , Steelseries , Razer etc. You name them:) All of them are made for mass-market and also the margin for them is at least 60% , so why pay this money? On the other hands , Drop Keyboard , metallic material , everything is plain simple , you can configure all yourself , KISS- Keep it short and Simple , yes it's 200$, but if you love yourself and you want a comfy keyboard , with a variety of keycaps to chose , just for yourself , why not buy it? I recommend everyone from now on , 1 thing , please add another 2 legs to lift the keyboard a lil more up , but that's the tiniest and the only minus i have spotted. Overall 10 out of 10 GJ guys!
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jondy
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Oct 26, 2022
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Heavy and Convenient
I like how heavy it is. I feel like the CTRL's higher lip makes the sound way better compared to without the lip.
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JokesterHTM
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Sep 10, 2022
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Nice, but expensive
It is a high quality heavy keyboard, but personally I would get the drop ENTR, given that you can solder. Its much cheaper and a better fit for me at least.
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Great build quality
fast delivery and heavy case.
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Seredetia
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Jul 29, 2022
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So heavy… but worth it
I ordered this with the Halo True switches and am completely happy with the build. The switch springs were LOUD, though, so I did a “quick” bag lube to fix it. I do notice a bump on the key presses, but it’s not super prominent like the Holy Pandas on my other board. Everything about this set is HEAVY. Like, weapon grade heavy. It’s not going anywhere while you type, rubber feet or not. I’m just using the standard keycaps that came with it, and they’re nice with the shine through. Might not change them out any time soon. The stock stabilizers are decent though stiff. I’m not mad about it — that’s what I wanted. Didn’t make any modifications or lube them as they do their job well. Because the case is aluminum, there was some noticeable echo at the key presses, so I did a tape mod to the back of the PCB. It helped considerably, though I’m not sure if the case would accommodate foam or silicone pads. Maybe. I did 3 layers of tape, and the case struggled to close, so consider foam/silicone at your own expense. It will probably be too thick or muffle the sound TOO much. As for aesthetics, it looks pretty boring until the lights come on. That’s not a bad thing — I don’t want some rainbow abomination blinding me when I walk by. The gray is nice and will go with whatever Keycap set that you choose. Overall: Sturdy, well-made keyboard that’s a bit echoey and pingy. Very slight mods needed for that “Thock” sound, but completely attainable even at a novice level using tactile switches. This is very usable and lovely straight from the box. It’s also very moddable if you’re a weirdo like me.
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SMagnusS
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Jul 23, 2022
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LED lights started to die out randomly after ~1.5 year of usage
On random keys the lights just started to die, this is absolutely unacceptable for such price. Especially when it's not something you can even replace.
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KeyboardFun
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Jul 12, 2022
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Great starter board
This was my first big keyboard purchase after the Nightfox. It was quite a step up in build quality. It has a great weight to it and I am enjoying playing with the sound profile. Now there are a lot of other options, but at the time it was released it was one of the most accessible enthusiast boards.
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Kooless
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Jun 19, 2022
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High quality construction but hard to replace initial switches
Solid aluminum throughout and good RGB effects with QMK support! Only thing I had trouble with was when I finally got around to trying out new switches the speed silvers I had required a lot of force to wiggle free. Once I replaced them the after market switches were a breeze to hotswap but the initial ones were really tough, like after 5 my hands were red, rough and shaking from the force.
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Jun 11, 2022
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good product but u need a wristrest
i got some tunnel syndrome cuz i didnt use a wrist rest, the board is good but it left me with a numb pinky for year...
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MizukiCelestine
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May 31, 2022
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Takes up less room than previous keyboard
I bought this product because I needed to replace my 6 year old Razer Blackwidow. After some time, I knew I needed a new one because it was large, took up a large amount of space on my desk, and was not very maneuverable with the amount of items on my desk. I was also greatly interested in finding a keyboard I can at some point customize. This was a great choice on my part and I am most excited to customize the RGB colors.
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