They look great and I initially ordered them because they have the bottom row for the Corsair K95 which has the ever odd 6.5u space bar and it all fits great, looks great. I got the HyperX ones initially but didn't realize that the bottom row would be off. So here I am with these. A little bit pricier but I think it's worth it for odd keyboards that won't fit the ones that the other set had. Comparing the two, these sound a little bit heftier than the Kingston caps which have a slightly more hollow feel to them imo. The F/J bumps are more pronounced which I highly appreciate. The font is also less gamer-y but this results in much more readable legends on some keys such as the @ on the 2 key.
The only reason I put these at 4/5 instead of 5 is simply that they came in a bag that was all mixed together. This isn't a huge deal for things like the key size or odd shaped enter or anything like that, what it came down to was there being two tilde keys, several page up/down keys and a few others that are different profiles but I didn't realize this until I had already placed them and had to arrange them to find out which ones were meant to go with the standard layout. The other very small issue is that the seam on some of the keys is noticeable and you can see or feel them. The reason this is tiny is just because I don't see a reason to count this as a knock on its own but simply mentioning it in case anyone would be that particular about their keys. Almost every key has an unnoticeable seam between the black and the translucent plastic which is ideal. I don't have any issues with the space bar or any keys like others have mentioned either, it looks and feels great overall. I just wish that the special keys such as the lower profile pgup/pgdn/home/end and tilde keys were labeled somehow to actually know rather than having to suss them out on your own.
Not a perfect cap set but I really do love it for a pudding style cap and isn't breaking the bank which is a huge plus since it's primarily a vanity thing for me, and one of the few that I found that came with the weird sizing that Corsair uses on the bottom row.
LOOP’s first pudding keycaps were a big hit in the Mech Keys community. Now, the brand is back with a second course. Sporting the same design as V1, the Pudding V2 keycap set is made from 1.1-millimeter PBT plastic with durable doubleshot, shine-through legends. For those with bigger appetites (and bigger boards), V2 features an expanded 142-keycap count with options to fit most of today’s top keyboards. Shaped in sculpted OEM profile with a matte finish, these pudding keycaps are almost as satisfying as the real thing.
Material: 1.1 mm PBT plastic
Legends: Doubleshot, shine-through
Estimated ship date is Feb 2, 2022 PT.
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