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WASD V2 Mechanical Keyboard (ANSI/ISO)

WASD V2 Mechanical Keyboard (ANSI/ISO)

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The WASD V2 is a discreet no-frills Cherry MX keyboard. For this drop we've partnered with WASD to bring you a wide selection of choices to deck out your board just how you like it Read More
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Futzi
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Jan 23, 2021
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Great keyboard
I have mine now for 3 years and I am still happy about my order. I was able to test the same keyboard from a friend who joined a previous drop beforehand. We both have MX Brown switches, but we both think, that the keystrokes on mine feel better than on his keyboard.
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Would recommend to a friend.
tzanth
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Nov 10, 2019
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Whole bunch of the keys seemingly have key chatter, double-registration when typing.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Concertizer
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Dec 20, 2018
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Great keyboard. Enjoyed the brown's on them. However, there seems now to be a circuit bug where every couple hundreds keystrokes causes the keyboard to register a letter TWICE. I definitely haven't spilled on the keyboard, and I made sure to thoroughly ensure that it was not just me typing too quickly and making brain errors. It is definitely the keyboard. Very bummed out about it, but cie la vie i suppose.
vido.ardes
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Sep 17, 2018
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Great keyboard for the price, I bought it with clears and put /dev/tty on it. A very clean looking, simple, no nonsense board with a decent weight to it.
Stabs were no problem, and the clears feel nice and stiff, already a lot less mis-hits than I had with MX Browns.
The only reason for 4* is the front edge of my case is a little loose, has a bit of flex in it, but other than that it's solidly built.
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Medvednic
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Jul 22, 2018
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Can't go wrong with WASD product.
LeSzeth
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May 9, 2018
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OlivierM
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May 9, 2018
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Excellent, the MX clear is much more siuted to my taste than my previous MX brown. The keyboard itself is well build . I used custom keycaps from Maxkeyboard with it. /edit : no problem with the stabilizers
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joewhittles
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May 9, 2018
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Really want one again!
Foxmonsieur
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May 9, 2018
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A very good board bought at a low price, thanks to the community drops.
I wanted a full MX Clear board but living in France, the total price (~230 US$ shipping and customs fees included) was too high for a simple TKL with plastic case. At 106$, I made the call and I'm satisfied. I choose to buy the keycaps separately for a custom look, added o'rings after the switches resting phase and took a Filco Tenkeypad to complete my build.
I haven't any real problem like others but I can't give a full 5 stars because of the case itself. On the spacebar side, the case's plastic line is slightly loose and not properly fixed at the center of the board, so you can move this part with your finger, and it's annoying, like OCD triggering annoying.
This detail and the use of Costar stabilizers instead of Cherry with dummy stabilizers make me feel realy sastisfied but not entirely. At the original price, I think the quality isn't worth it for an European, but at 90/100$ on Massdrop, it's more than acceptable.
And before any question yes, my layout is strange because I'm French. It's an ANSI keyboard with french letters layout because I'm a lazy ass who doesn't want to type in qwerty for now. The set is a Mechanical Primitive DSA Carbon with Novelty keys, material is PBT double shot, bought on Aliexpress.
Thanks again to Massdrop's Team and the community for the drop, you rock guys.
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grownupboy
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May 8, 2018
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First impressions were great but assembling the keyboard i discovered a few of the stabilizers were stripped and wouldn't sit in the keycaps properly. also, the spacebar is noisy and actually shifts up and down on the left/right depending upon how you hit it. really disappointed in this board. had heard great things but i'm entirely not impressed. i did order some replacement stabilizers from wasd. 2 bucks worth of parts cost 10 bucks to ship. sweet. k
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