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Unicomp Ultra Classic 103-Key Mechanical Keyboard

Unicomp Ultra Classic 103-Key Mechanical Keyboard

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Offering a Model M feel, the Unicomp Ultra Classic Black is the first buckling-spring keyboard available through Massdrop. Manufactured by hand in Lexington, Kentucky, it’s a heavy, audible keyboard with a gorgeous finish reminiscent of the classic mechanical Model M from IBM Read More

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tintomatic
1
Mar 4, 2020
Can we please have a drop on the Tenkeyless version that is coming this month? PLEASE... https://www.pckeyboard.com/page/product/Gift-Certificate
FJS_89
Oct 14, 2019
I'll probably get it if you plan on offering the beige option. Buying either from Unicomp or UK/Germany resellers would add 70 bucks in shipping for me.
malleableidea
5
Oct 10, 2019
I have used various Unicomp keyboards over the years and actually really enjoy them. They also have a repair program where you can send your keyboard in and they will fix it like new and send it back to you (I think it's a $50 charge? I forget) I bought my unicomps over a decade ago, before the recent wave of mechanical keyboards, so yes, they may not appeal to everyone as tastes have changed, but I find my Unicomps to be really well built.
Kriston
28
Oct 8, 2019
These are nice but keep in mind Unicomp is using the original tooling and dies which are very worn out. There are no sharp or clean edges like you might see on the original IBM/Lexmark Model M keyboards.
nightdriver
164
Oct 8, 2019
I'd prefer an authentic beige / gray case
kyyuhl
2
Oct 7, 2019
I would've bought this if they were offering the white version. the black just looks cheap.
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Caffieend
12
Oct 7, 2019
sold out before i woke up???
SmithyNZ
226
Oct 8, 2019
Ditto 😣
psiclone
427
Oct 7, 2019
Looks like a neat keyboard. I have an old Mitsumi KFK-EA4XA that I found in my garage. I thought about cleaning it up and trying it out.
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TMBackstrom
158
Oct 7, 2019
The 104 key of this model is $87 on the Unicomp website. The 103 key is the same price as here. EDIT: Just ordered one of the 104-key Black Ultra Classic keyboards from Unicomp. $104.33 shipped to CO.
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TMBackstrom
158
Oct 11, 2019
Received my 104-key Ultra Classic from Unicomp this morning, and love the retro feel and sound of the buckling spring action!
mvalviar
97
Oct 7, 2019
I own a Unicomp keyboard and I have to say they look and feel like an IBM Model M but the quality is unsatisfactory. I could have lived with those as long as they can last like a Model M. Unfortunately, they don't. Mine developed a problem in storage. I can't recommend them to anyone.
DylanK98
3
Oct 7, 2019
I've been using my 103 Key Unicomp for 10 months non-stop, typing for hours everyday. It has been holding up real well. The only issue I had with it and they warned me was some of the keys were stuck from shipping, and all they needed was to be taken off and re-placed on the keyboard. No issues since. The feel is really great, and it's getting better as time goes on and I put mileage on it.
Kriston
28
Oct 8, 2019
Yep, I can confirm. I bought one of these new ten years ago and the quality is not great. They are using the original tooling and dies which were already worn out after decades of use. I can't imagine how badly these keyboards are today using the same worn-out tools and dies.
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