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IKBC MF87 v.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard

IKBC MF87 v.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard

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The latest version of the IKBC MF87 mechanical keyboard features a more streamlined case design and is reinforced with Mylar so the LEDs stay bright even in the event of a power shortage. Like the popular original, it’s still blacked out from head to toe, and still weighs over 4 pounds, making it one of the heaviest keyboards on the market—which also means it won’t budge during intense gaming sessions Read More

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Dezoter
2
Feb 12, 2020
2k20 re-drop please :D
sutudaubu
2
Oct 23, 2019
Still no re-drop from IKBC!
Den_818
0
Aug 20, 2018
Why do some ikbc mf87 keyboards have images on the front side of the keycaps? Is it possible to get them without it?
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jtdeluna
160
Jul 15, 2018
Please re-drop with silver case option!
campero
3
May 30, 2018
Can only say that I love mine, and to me it was worth every penny. If it helps anyone. Cherry pink! It weighs like a refrigerator.
kyuss80
98
May 26, 2018
You can literally buy this exact model on Amazon right now which ships in 2 days Prime for $169.99
That being said, if you don't care about RGB, buy one of their PBT models for $100 cheaper and enjoy.
kyuss80
98
May 26, 2018
Oh, right. Yeah. I just meant one without back lighting if you people preferred TKL 87 model. I edited that comment after I posted because I said LED first, and then I realized they didn't have an LED model for the TKL on Amazon, just RGB and non-backlit. So my posthaste edit was ~~LED~~ PBT ;)
I just got an iKBC TD108 in yesterday and it blew me away by the quality I got for $60. My main board is a Filco MJ2 TKL and it kind of made me feel a little silly about spending twice the cost just for the name. Not that I'm bashing the Filco by any means. They just felt about equal in build quality. Of course, that's just appearance. I didn't take them apart or anything.
Let's just say that the TD108 is for a gift and I almost kept it for myself, haha. I actually added one to my Amazon Wishlist now, because they offer them in MX Clears and I've been wanting to try them. Can't beat that price!
Tony48307
44
May 27, 2018
Yeah, it's pretty hard to justify the MF87 if for the same price I can have a CD87+F87: one for the office and one for home use
sean13
1
May 25, 2018
" The latest version of the IKBC MF87 mechanical keyboard features a more streamlined case design and is reinforced with Mylar so the LEDs stay bright even in the event of a power shortage "
what?
nogoodnames
254
May 26, 2018
goldsy
106
May 26, 2018
I don't think he was asking what Mylar is, but how they are using it to ~~"reinforce the LEDs with Mylar so they stay bright when they aren't receiving enough power". I'd kinda like to know what that's supposed to mean too. Best I can figure is that it was a poor translation. Best guess I can make is that they used Mylar based foil caps as a power store to supply the LEDs with sufficient power during a temporary fluctuation in power. But who knows.
IKBC got themselves in a bit of hot water with people when they translated their description as fully programmable when in reality they only meant the LEDs were programmable.
Geeknoid
16
May 25, 2018
I just wish this had flip up fleet I am use to typing at an angel.
BlueSkies
88
Feb 15, 2019
Well yes, better that than typing at a devil.
Geeknoid
16
May 25, 2018
Been waiting for the silver/white version so ill pass on this one can find it cheaper and really wish they add some flip up feet.
ZiMugen
18
May 25, 2018
The sum of the substance and the style do not equal $149. Maybe $109 before a drop. I mean, keyboard prices haven’t seemed to drop reasonably in time with all the variety and availability of switches, no shortage of materials, dwindled difficulty in implementing more features as industry standards... get reasonable. Add media keys and a variable volume control until they’re an industry standard, and charge a premium for those.
ZiMugen
18
Jun 2, 2018
Absolutely not. And I don’t think that cheap keyboards with the same aesthetics (not materials, but just looks, from body to lighting) should be as expensive as they are. I say the entire price floor needs to drop, and everything comes down proportionally.
ZiMugen
18
Jun 2, 2018
Except maybe novelty keyboards that take some unique processes. The typewriter keys and that one keyboard that looks like a retro plane wing... Yeah, those habe an artistic premium on them. Those are clearly not the standard keyboard experience. But most key caps generally have the same shape, finger bowl, and Other similar features.
Power to art being made by engineering, yo. But for the others, drop the price before a mass-drop.
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