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Teamwolf Stainless Steel Alpha Set Keycaps

Teamwolf Stainless Steel Alpha Set Keycaps

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Gamers give their keyboards a beating. Decking out a rig with a full set of Teamwolf Stainless Steel caps can handle that beating with durability and a smooth touch Read More
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Tisaku
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Jul 17, 2022
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Heavy keys
Very heavy. Edges are just a bit sharp, not enough to cut, but definately enough to feel. Solid enough to last a lifetime.
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Very interesting!
Very interesting caps indeed! I think they have a nice feel to them and a nice clacky sound! Definitely a nice mix to add to your OEM caps.
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v28tec
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Mar 20, 2022
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That noise is fantastic
The noise of the keycaps are so nice and the texture of the keycaps let you grip each keycap and I also like that the letters allow the lights from my keyboard
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May break switches when changing the keycaps
Loved these when I used them but they broke a few of my Blue switches when I went to change out the keycaps. It wasn't a major issue since I had just purchased the Gateron Yellows and was looking to change out the Blues already but pulling the keycaps would potentially separate the stem from the housing. Little tabs on the side of the stem that keep it locked in pace in the housing were snapped and those switches were unusable afterwards since the stem would no longer stay in place. A few of the switches were pulled straight out of the keyboard along with the keycap. Luckily my keyboard has hot-swappable switches so I can repair this easily myself. All in all, three stems were broken and 2 switches were pulled entirely from the socket when attempting to remove the keycaps. Overall, while this did destroy some of my switches and I'm giving it a two star due to my own issue with these keycaps, I would still recommend this product. If you're not likely to change your keycaps often or you don't change your switches, this wouldn't be that big of an issue. I may come back to these one day once I've tried out a few switches and found a type that I enjoy the most. Until then, I'll keep these in my shelf for use at a later time and I've switched to a different keycap for my daily use.
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King_of_Tire
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Jan 13, 2022
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Stainless Steel Typing Fun
I love these. They feel great, they look great, and they really just set your keyboard apart. Many are mentioning that they make a deeper sound than your typical keycap, but I am just not getting that. I find the sound to be a little bit more like a "ting" than a "thock." I was a little worried after realizing that the keycaps don't feature homing bumps on the F and J keys; however, I have had zero issue typing with these when compared to any other keycap I've used. All that being said, these keycaps are still a 10/10, and I would buy them a dozen times over. Sidenote: Some people present concerns about the weight due the keycaps being stainless steel, but they are incredibly thin when compared with normal PBT keycaps, so there are no worries there. Your springs aren't going to buckle under the weight of these even a little bit.
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eruze
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Dec 15, 2021
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Definitely thinner than expected
Thinner material, but I guess it makes sense given they are stainless steel. I love these because I never have to worry about the oils on my fingers ruining the keycaps and they look great.
jarrettone
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Oct 22, 2021
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Great feel, sound, only missing one thing…
The only thing these caps need is that little ridge on the F and J keys. I regularly end up putting my fingers on the slightly wrong keys. It’s great that these would be useful for alternative layouts, but there needs to be a way to get that critical feature back.
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MonkeMan
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Oct 6, 2021
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Great quality keycaps
they feel great to type on and are also fairly quiet
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kianana
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Sep 28, 2021
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great quality, nice shine thru as well
so far so good, feels very solid and changes typing feel in a good way.
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It's... ok
The edges of the keycap are a bit sharp so it doesn't feel refined. Also, the stem of the cap is some sort of plastic material, which mutes the sound. Don't expect to get a "thock" or "ping" sound.
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