Ortholinear keyboards, where to buy?

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I don't have the time or know-how to do a kit. Where can I buy one already assembled and ready to use?
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While I don't believe that you could find a preassembled plank/preonic from OLKB unless you want on /r/mechmarket for a secondhand one, unikeyboard seems to offer fully assembled (But at an added cost) customizable ortholinear keyboards, like the Terminus or Diverge
You can find them here: https://unikeyboard.io
TheSkeleton
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Oct 12, 2017
You can't buy a pre assembled Planck unless you have someone build it for you, it doesn't take a lot of know how to build a Planck, you can learn how within 1 to 2 YouTube videos. And you can build it within a hour so... not a lot of time. If you would like to but parts you can just go to the ortholinear website.
TragestyX
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Oct 17, 2017
It's not about technically, it isn't at all. There are no other legal issues. What double tax? You're not charging tax if you resold it. Warranty? There are no warranties on reselling unless specifically implied. You've basically been ridiculously overthinking this from the start.
TheSkeleton
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Oct 17, 2017
Not at all but clearly you aren't wanting to have a discussion and just say no to my points