Update Mar 2020 — Currently in production. Expected mid-June.
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.
All kits will go to production, regardless of the MOQ!
The numbers below represent the MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity). They are the minimum number of sets required for production. This product is not limited.
102 ordered out of 100 required
2 ordered out of 100 required
44 ordered out of 100 required
58 ordered out of 100 required
We took your feedback from our original Katakana PBT run and decided we wanted something a bit more minimal that fit the tastes of the community as a whole while also keeping with the classical colorways you guys use as a benchmark and lovingly place on every board you purchase and create.
With Infinikey, our main goal was to create an affordable, easy to attain PBT set that doesn't lack in colors with as little warping as possible, as well as containing the most amount of compatibility in a smaller package.
All kits will be made, regardless of the MOQ!
Closing date extended to January 30, 2020.
About the set
2 fonts / icons available - Standard and Apple
2 colorways available - WoB and BoW
PBT Plastic / Dye Sublimation - Will not fade / shine over time.
Designed by JSON and OneCreativeMind
Includes UK ISO Keys.
Includes support for: Full Size, Ortho, 40, TKL, HHKB, FC660, CandyBar, Split Space, and many others.
Group Buy starts: December 20, 2019 at 9pm ET
Group Buy ends: January 23 extended to January 30, 2020!
Fulfillment: May 2020
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.