How would you like your coffee?
I prefer an light roasted set of beans coarsely ground and brewed using a Chemex with the natural filters and 190F degree water. It’s something that wakes me up and helps me face the morning.
Coffee is becoming a big hobby of mine as of late and its quite refreshing having a morning routine. That being said keebs has a strong grasp on the number one spot and refuses to let go.
I am “relatively” new to the whole keyboard game. Currently the only board I have is a Preonic with Tealios and some Zeals for modifiers and Miami Nights. At work, however; I use a Microsoft Ergo curve keyboard that’s an alright rubber dome keeb that teaches me to be grateful for what I have at home.
A bit of my history:
I first learned about keyboards when I got a WASD v2, ISO variant, with Cherry Blacks 2 years ago. I had decided that I needed a mechanical keyboard since I was midway into college and I just passed my second year with moderate grades. After I received the keyboard I started to notice that it was a bit tough for me to use it consistently for a while. I started to look at other switches and started to fall down a deep hole.
After some lurking on MechMarket and r/mk, I purchased a Let’s Split with some Gateron switches. It worked well and I discovered the joys of QMK and Ortho layout. I started to fall deeper into the hole and learned about Jack and OLKB and I wanted more.
I traded in the Let’s Split for a Planck and fell in love. I re-soldered the board with some Tealios and Zealios 67g switches and it felt fantastic.
So currently you could say that Tealios are my favorite switches. That being said I am looking at getting some Cream switches and slapping them in the new Boardwalk (Ergo60) when that comes in! I’m also planning on lubing them for the first time and maybe even spring swapping if possible.
Anyway, I love being apart of this community. The keyboard community has taught me so many things and has given me an amazing hobby to enjoy.