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ShepBook
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Mar 15, 2017
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I received all the parts for my Infinity Ergodox about a week ago and finally finished assembling it last night. So far, I'm really loving it, though the "staggered ortholinear" style layout is taking a bit of getting used to.
I went with the full hand style case, and I wasn't sure that I would like it, but now I'm really glad that I did. If you use a palm rest for a normal keyboard, like I prefer to, then I highly recommend the full hand. It feels right at home.
If you can, I also highly recommend the Datamancer wood case. It looks really sharp and feels great on my palm.
I ordered my Infinity Ergodox with MX Clear switches, and used 62g springs I got from a previous drop. I had heard that "Ergo-Clear" feel a lot like Topre, and they do, though the Clear's bump is more pronounced. Really liking that feeling too.
Overall, I love it! Highly recommended and a great, easy soldering project, since all the SMD parts were already in place.

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Mar 15, 2017
J-Schweezy
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Mar 17, 2017
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Ergo Clears are amazing. I made a set for my WASD keyboard using springs from Cherry Blues, and it feels so tactile and satisfying. Still getting used to the Zealio 65s from this drop - I like them but they feel comparatively squishy.
Mar 17, 2017
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