YouMo 60% Hardshell Keyboard Carrying Case
YouMo 60% Hardshell Keyboard Carrying Case
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You put a lot of effort into the way your keyboard looks and feels. Shouldn't you do everything you can to protect it when you take it on the go? Read More

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gwd999
0
Oct 16, 2020
Hi to everyone I just placed an order for a yellow one cause I like that look - but to be honest I rushed it a bit caused by a reminder that sale ends tomorrow, before I realized that I actually would need a 65% (or 68 key) size and 60% could be a little bit of a (too) tight fit. Does anyone happen to know if this 5% is within tolerance or is it a no way because of hardshell cases not forgiving that inch? Thanks for infos and advice.
Phlooke
141
Oct 13, 2020
If these were made a bit bigger to support 65% keyboards, or made in two sizes where one of them fit TKL boards I'd literally buy 4 of them. They look like they are fairly nice, and there is a huge lack of TKL supported bags on the market as the Taeha Types bags (65% and TKL) usually last a tad longer than 2 minutes flat before they are sold out. Hope you guys come out with some bigger sizes and I'd love to buy several 👍
gwd999
0
Oct 16, 2020
you have that from own experience or any other form of reliable source that these will not support 65% -> I am getting a bit nervous that I just misplaced an order ... did not read carefully enough and I just could have sworn that the keyboard on one of the pics had an extra column of keys to the right of that RETURN key :-) Afraid that wishful thinking blurred my vision. I have never tried to maybe squeeze a 65% in a 60% hardshell - maybe it could work out? Maybe any shareable experience with such attempts?
Phlooke
141
Oct 18, 2020
I feel like I do, since the photo has like 0 room on any side of the case to fit anything else much less an extra inch or two of case. And I feel like the manufacturer would have maybe corrected me, or at least made a comment saying differently. And it's advertised as a 60% case, not 65%. Also, instead of making their outside shell bigger and putting foam or something inside for a 60% the inside just has a thin felt cover as the lining so there really isn't anything to stretch to fit something bigger Inside as its made from Polycarb and ABS.(But if you feel like your keeb won't fit you can go into your transactions and cancel order). All of the cases I own are for 60 to 65% cases or smaller. So even the smallest case I have will fit a 65% keeb very comfortably.
chris_december
27
Oct 12, 2020
How about some internal dimensions? Okay thanks. I use a Grafiti Chiton sleeve + Allen knit handgun sock to carry my Razer Huntsman Mini w/ MT3 & Dwarf Factory keycaps with no issues. Easier on the wallet too. Available on Amazon.
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Andy_Who
58
Oct 12, 2020
would this fit a Drop ALT keyboard?
Phlooke
141
Oct 13, 2020
No problem man. I don't know if it makes it any easier, but Dixiemech also has a nice app for iOS /Android where it's a little easier for browsing /buying and getting notifications for Group Buys or just regular in stock items. (I hope I don't seem like a dick helping people out with a nice bag to fit their keyboard. But if this bag in the group buy won't work for you I figured people wouldn't buy it anyways if they don't have a use for a case that won't fit their stuff 🤷‍♂️)
gwd999
0
Oct 16, 2020
Also very interested in a reliable answer to that (would it also fit a 65%) question! I am already bugging customer support with that one ...
Cgr31337
13
Oct 12, 2020
Looks nice. From pictures I see that it fits 60% keyboards with most popular cases where there is only about 5 mm frame around the keyboard. So, usual plastic or CNC milled aluminum cases (like Anne PRO 2) should be OK but keyboards with bigger frame (like HHKB or Ducky Mini) are probably too big for that case.
dibstern
21
Oct 12, 2020
Needs internal dimensions, I have no idea if this will fit my HHKB
Raouein
6
Oct 11, 2020
would like a 40 percent version of this to fit planck or similar boards
dibstern
21
Oct 15, 2020
Woah dude it's okay, I didn't mean to upset you, my apologies. I was well aware of this bag, but I didn't buy it, because it's simply not for me. Thank you for making efforts to be thoughtful and helpful. I'm sure you will have helped someone else in this comments section, which is great!
Phlooke
141
Oct 15, 2020
Haha it's all good. You totally didn't upset me, I promise. No apology needed, but I appreciate it 👊. I tend to joke around way too much anyways so that's my bad, my apologies for making it seem like I was jumping down your throat. In all seriousness I was just expressing my frustration with the many things wrong with the company selling this case/description of the details and dimensions of it that they could have killed two birds with one stone by measuring it using the iPhones augmented reality measuring app and then you can take a picture of all the dimensions labeled in one picture. Like it just says "zippered case, flocked polyester lining " (which honestly we all can see that it's zippered and it's a 60% case from the picture, and flocked polyester translates to "a purely cosmetic, non functional as far as using it for padding on the inside" just for looks, sort of like adding thin felt to the inside of it for "tactile sensation" or simply to change the color of the inside. There just isn't any padding inside to absorb shock or keep stuff from moving around. Just seems to me like that would be the bare minimum info provided on something like this, as I'd really like to purchase one or two of these myself....but the two stationary straps on opposite corners is almost like a joke if that's what's holding your keyboard from moving around inside the case. Which it seems to keep the high profile 60% with high profile keycaps snug in the picture but I just don't see this being more than a nice looking case on the outside (which tricked my eyes into thinking It was aluminum with rubber corners, but they do mention it's ABS/Polycarb as the outer materials) IMO they put all the money into the cosmetics instead of function. For example, I received my Nk65 keyboard last week or so and forgot that it came with a zippered case. So I opened it up, and that thing had two velcro straps holding it down in place inside a perfectly cut peice of foam on the bottom all in an EVA nylon zippered hardshell case. But my point being I bought a sub $100 pre-built 65% keyboard and they included a completely free transport case that it came in which could easily be sold for $20+ by itself and can hold all of my 65% keebs as well as my 60% (and would hold smaller if need be) and keeps them safe from moving around inside or falls ..then this company could have at least put a little padding in there/exact dimensions in the details. Rant over, apologies for my OCD. 
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Pootiee
0
Oct 11, 2020
Would this fit an Anne pro 2?
AudioZebra
16
Oct 11, 2020
More than likely, yes
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Lionel_Y
0
Oct 11, 2020
This seems like it'll only fit keyboards that has 90 degree edges. I have a DC60 keyboard, but doesn't seem like it'll fit. Unfortunate...
VoKy
26
Oct 11, 2020
How is anyone buying these without knowing the actual measurements?
@SpencerL Internal dimensions please
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