This Group Buy has closed. We'll have limited extras available to buy in stock after GB orders have shipped. Join our newsletter for updates:
Closing Date: May 08, 2020
Expected Ship Date: Oct 2020
📅 Update August 19, 2020 — Our production schedule is on track, however we are required to ship this set via sea rather than air due to restrictions. The fulfillment date has reflected this new change in shipping.
📅 Update July 31, 2020 — On track with production.
📅 Update July 9, 2020 — In Production. Samples sent to Mintlodica. Queue backed up by 2 weeks. Changed fulfillment date to reflect delay.
The MoQ is shared across all kit colors.
Rainbow - Core
363 ordered out of 100 required
Rainbow - Mega Add-on
200 ordered out of 100 required
Lavender - Core
137 ordered out of 100 required
Lavender - Mega Add-on
83 ordered out of 100 required
Mint - Core
77 ordered out of 100 required
Mint - Mega Add-on
40 ordered out of 100 required
Sakura - Core
66 ordered out of 100 required
Sakura - Mega Add-on
36 ordered out of 100 required
Peach - Core
57 ordered out of 100 required
Peach - Mega Add-on
31 ordered out of 100 required
Current Sales / Minimum Order Quantity. The MOQ is how many orders we need for production. If we're close, we'll buy out the rest to ensure production. Read more about Group Buys →
For every statement set we collect, there’s always room for a go-to set to make your keyboard shine. Pastel PBT brings you the BoW/WoB of the Pastel World.
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.
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.
Netizen. The city & slow life meet. Featuring The Netizen, she holds a snail which represents a 'net' over our physical homes, like a shell of sorts. Zooming into the details of the deskmat will reveal pastel details.