Drop + Tokyo Keyboard Tokyo60 Keyboard Kit V4
Drop + Tokyo Keyboard Tokyo60 Keyboard Kit V4
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Product Description
The latest version of our popular HHKB-style Tokyo60 keyboard features new keycaps, new case colors, and the latest USB-C connection. Like before, it’s still fully programmable and requires no soldering.
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Phantom_Nyan
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Aug 28, 2020
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Good Keeb, easy to assemble and no issues with pcb
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KevinML
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Aug 25, 2020
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Stopped working after only 3 days of use.
My new Tokyo60 Keybord dont work. The PCB seems to be defective. After Reaching to drop support via email, i've got no answer at all after 3 weeks. Deeptly disapointed in service.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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AfroSolider
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Sep 24, 2020
thanks for sharing made up my mind real quick
itsnotmerolie
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Sep 25, 2020
Hi, just asking you made up your mind not to buy?
dengRican
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Aug 12, 2020
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Problem with the PCB
Anyone else having trouble with a slot or 2 on the PCB not working?
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Would recommend to a friend.
Binson
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Sep 8, 2020
Wobbly
KevinML
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Sep 26, 2020
The whole PCB stopper from working for me after couples of days
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Jack_Ingof
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Aug 12, 2020
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Great for my first build
I picked this keyboard up instead of the Drop ALT High Profile Barebones because I like the HHKB layout a ton. Moving on from why I picked this board, I really like this board. This board is really pleasing to the eye, not too tall or sloped even with my monster SA caps on, and the whole kit was only 160 bucks (without caps.) Now for the cons: the stabs that came with the board are less than ideal, i'm gonna clip and lube and band-aid mod them later today as of the time of writing this and see if that changes my mind about the stock stabs. Next we have the board ping/reverb. This is a really easy fix if you have some sound dampening foam, but if you don't, I just used the little foam pouch that the pcb came in and that solved the problem by 90%. So pretty much this board is really good for the money and as long as you put a tiny, and I mean tiny, amount of work in to remove the minute issues this board has, you'll be completely satisfied with the purchase of your board
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vvengefulpandaa
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Sep 13, 2020
Thanks for the explanation. I only own a few standard consumer mechs. A full sized Logitech, a TKL Corsair and a TKL wireless from Velocifire. The DIY mech hobby looks pretty involved.
Binson
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Sep 14, 2020
No problem. The thing is, the mech hobby is as involved as you want it to be. For example, if you've never adjusted anything on your keyboards and have no intention to ever do so, this could just be a more aesthetic piece on your desk and a way to try the HHKB form factor or some other switches. I'd say for a lot of people, using the Tokyo60 stock is just fine and dandy. It can be an endgame board for some, a gateway board for others. For those in the latter category, that's where some of the points Jack brought up start to come into play.
helloimdavidhaha
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Aug 11, 2020
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It's cool but...
Cons: After building it, I noticed that my switches would get really stuck when I tried to remove them and it's definitely the integrated plate's issue. I ended up with a couple of broken switches after trying to remove them. The plate also had quite a bit of pinging but the problem was solved with by stuffing a bit of neoprene foam and sorbothane within the case. The bottom plate of the case doesn't line up completely flush with the top casing but it's not very noticeable unless you scrutinize it or run your fingers along the bottom. Pros: It looks pretty cool. I'm especially picky when it comes to cases but this design is right up my alley and the pcb looks great as well. The weight is very manageable and I could take this with me anywhere I go although it's mainly going to be sitting on my desk. Modding it with foam on the inside makes this case sound more "solid". Overall, if you plan on keeping the same switches and don't mind modding it a bit, it's a great case. I've read around and it looks like I'm not the only one who ended up with switches getting stuck so be wary.
tonyalvarez96
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Aug 6, 2020
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Nearly 10/10
Would be a 10/10 if the switches and caps weren't so hard to remove from the sides/corners of the board itself.
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K1LO
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Aug 1, 2020
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Great feelings/sounding board but leds were too dim
I think had the rgb underglow been stronger/more consistent I would have given this 5 stars
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clh_Calvin
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Jul 24, 2020
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Solid!
It was really easy to put together! A nice board in HHKB layout.
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sir_shakes
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Jul 20, 2020
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meeh
board was fine but it was really hard to remove switches form the edges
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Ryden
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Jul 20, 2020
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Pretty Solid Keyboard
Overall this is a nice hhk layout. The keyboard is pretty solid and easy to build. The only thing I would complain about is the keycaps. They are just bad. The stabilizers that's come with the board,are not the worst I have dealt with.
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