Not sure who Domikey are and what the quality will be like. Some people in the comments over on Drop suggest they are using old Maxkey molds (SHIF T), so the quality should be on par with Maxkey sets, but the compatibility is much better, and for a lot of layouts it’s quite cheaper than a Maxkey set (you can cover a 60% or a TKL for $50.
This is one of my favorite colorways, and seems like a good way to get in on some SA action without spending an obscene sum of money. (haven’t tried SA yet, so I’m not sure if I’ll like to type on it). Still, I’m a bit skeptical. What do you guys think?
I think these would be a decent & inexpensive way to try out SA caps. I’ve never really heard of Domikey either & can’t speak to their products quality. Although they did sell a Cherry profile set in the same colorway a few weeks back on drop. I doubt anyone got theirs yet, but check the reviews on that. Maybe they sent out a few sample kits to people in the community & there is one or two up?
They are closer to Maxkey than SP, but still good quality keys. They come in some of the best trays i have seen on the market, and i got one set in a nice shoe-box kind of thing of rather high quality. In terms of key weight they are in between Maxkey and SP (with SP being the heaviest).
Not sure how common is that, but this is what I got with my domikeys
Drop support contacted a week ago, and no response from them
Payment was already done a couple of months ago, so I can’t get a refund
@omni96 its a bit extensive but for a buddy one time we burrowed out the stem fitting on the bottom of the cap then filled with hot plastic and pushed the stem (from the switch) in there and fit it back onto the switch so it lined up. it will basically make the switch only useable with that cap but once it was on the board it looked like nothing had ever happened. Again annoying to do, but my OCD hurts seeing that and i would be upset.