With Infinikey, our main goal is to create an affordable, easy to attain PBT set. We now bring you the pastel incarnation of BoW & WoB using the same classic Rounded Gotham legends. Designed by Mintlodica with JSON & OneCreativeMind.
Product images: the last four images are photographs; the rest are renders. Photos by Qlavier. Renders by MetallicCharles.
Note on Mint
The Mint keycaps we received were not the True ‘Mintlodica’ Mint color. It is a fresh Spearmint, but not the True Mint.
About the set
5 colorways available: Sakura, Peach, Mint, Lavender, and Rainbow.
PBT Plastic / Dye Sublimation - Will not fade or shine over time.
Designed by Mintlodica, via JSON and OneCreativeMind.
Keycount: 150 Core Kit keys & 67 Mega Add-on keys.
Includes UK ISO Keys.
Includes support for: Full Size, Ortho, 40s, TKL, HHKB, FC660, CandyBar, Split Space, and many others.
About the Factory
Manufactured in China by Infinikey.
Keysets will be packed in plastic trays inside of glossy cardstock carton.
We've invested in new molds to make new homing keys and many 40% / ortho keys that were previously unavailable.
New Homing Keys. Now you have the choice of scooped OR barred!
FAQ: What is the difference between ABS and PBT?
PBT plastic is different from its shiny ABS counterpart. PBT has a much higher melting point, therefore can be treated with a process called 'Dye sublimation'. An image is printed on a film, the film is then laid on the keycaps, a press closes, and the image sublimates into the plastic. Sublimation by definition is when a solid rapidly changes to a gas, by which the gas saturates the hot plastic. The legend is therefore dyed into the plastic without the threat of fading. PBT plastic keys also have a slightly textured finish, which feels much better on the fingers when typing.
New to Keyboards? 📖
Infinikey Pastel PBT is a keyset that was available to buy through a Group Buy.
Keyset: The set of pastel keycaps you see here. Buying a keyset does notinclude a keyboard. You need a mechanical keyboard to put these keycaps on, which you'll have to buy separately.
Group Buy (GB): A pre-order for this keyset. This set was manufacturedafterthe GB period.
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