Update July 9, 2020 — Deskmats are at the warehouse now. Fulfillment is in swing.
Update June 9, 2020 — Deskmats are at customs just waiting on the last mile delivery. We are estimating arrival to warehouse in 2 weeks. Will update if we get any specific dates.
Update May 2020 — Key plushies are sold out! Deskmat is expected to be received early June.
Update Apr 2020— Key plushies have been received, and are currently shipping to customers. Companion deskmats are expected in about a month. We may consider split shipping (for domestic orders only) if customers cannot wait.
Update Feb 2020— Government-mandated factory closures in China due to coronavirus outbreak will delay fulfillment. We will post updates as we have them. Products may come sooner than the expected date posted, but we're playing it safe.
Meet the perfect plushie for your desk! Key was designed by Stef from SwitchKeys, and born out of a desire to create something truly unique. Being a father surrounded by toys and a lover of mechanical keyboards provided the foundations for this lightbulb moment.
Designed to be the showpiece of desks, bedrooms and dressers, Key is a one-off production that, along the journey, might just be met by characters from the universe of Clack Town.
Long ago, in an ancient town in a World far, far away lived a lovely old craftsmen called Duretto. Duretto was very talented, and could craft many things out of plastic for great purpose. He created switches for his many dedicated fans, day in, day out. But late at night in Duretto’s factory, he often felt lonely. You see, all he wanted was a partner-in-crime.
One night, Duretto molded an extra-large switch with a distinctly unique colorway. It was blue and red, his favorite colors. He put arms and legs on his new friend, and set him down on his bench. This factory is the door to my heart, and you are the key. I shall call you Key, he proclaimed, and gave him a kiss on the head.
That night, Duretto went to bed. He closed his eyes, and wished for Key to be brought to life. The following morning, Duretto was woken by the most wonderful sound. Key had come to life!
Soon after, a terrible storm appeared. Wild winds, lashing rain, and darkness. “Oh Duretto, where have you gone? Duretto! Come back!”
But Duretto was nowhere to be seen.
Key was so sad, but set off on a big adventure. He was going to find Duretto, and he would stop at nothing.