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 Post subject: wtb - blank keys? also, ramblings
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:38 pm 
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I've been wanting a Deck for years and am finally able to purchase one. However, I noticed that the blank keycaps are no longer for sale. Is there anywhere else to purchase them from? I looked at the TG3 website but didn't see anything. Maybe someone has a set of extras I can purchase..?

If not, do standard keycaps that fit on other Cherry MX switches fit onto the Deck Legend? Or Deck 82? It looks like some of the keys are awkward-sized on the 82 so I'm assuming not but thought I'd ask.

Also, does anyone know if there are any plans to redesign the Deck Legend or offer a smaller, more modern looking full sized backlit keyboard? Mechanical LED keyboards are getting quite popular now. I want to support an American company if possible, but the Legend is ~gigantic~


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 Post subject: Re: wtb - blank keys? also, ramblings
PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 8:47 am 
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Keycaps that work with MX switches will fit on the Deck's MX switches, however as you said you may run into issues with some of the wider keys as the key sizes on the Deck 82 are not standard.

At this time we have no plans to redesign our products. If you have product suggestions please post in our 'Suggestions' forum.

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 Post subject: Re: wtb - blank keys? also, ramblings
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:08 pm 
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DeckGuy Adam wrote:
Keycaps that work with MX switches will fit on the Deck's MX switches, however as you said you may run into issues with some of the wider keys as the key sizes on the Deck 82 are not standard.

At this time we have no plans to redesign our products. If you have product suggestions please post in our 'Suggestions' forum.


I love the keyboard; it's well made, and very fun to type on. But now I realize I need a number pad. And you don't make a number pad anymore.

Any plans to bring it back? Don't answer that. I will wait in silent, abject desperation for Deck to re-release the number pad in the same way I have been waiting for Dodge to re-release the Neon.


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 Post subject: Re: wtb - blank keys? also, ramblings
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 7:32 pm 
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encryptor wrote:
Any plans to bring it back? Don't answer that. I will wait in silent, abject desperation for Deck to re-release the number pad in the same way I have been waiting for Dodge to re-release the Neon.


We will not be re-releasing the numberpad, sorry.

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