Why is shipping so expensive?
The products are shipped from Norway, so depending on the location, shipping prices might be higher than you are used too. By offering DHL freight, you can save by purchasing together with your friends or other enthusiasts. If you want a special shipping deal for larger packages, please contact me on the mail above.
What is the difference between the Klippe and cheaper cases?
The Klippe has a perfect fit and hefty feel to it. The keyboard fits snuggly without wobbling. The case weighs more than it looks like, just over 1kg, and it fits almost all 60% part combinations. The comes with 3M feets and high quality screws along with the Mekanisk brand.
What parts do I need to build a full keyboard?
You need a PCB, PCB mounted stabilisers, keyswitches, plate*, case and keycaps.
*plate is not required, but is recommended for better stability and feel.
Should I choose 6.25u or 7u stabiliser sets?
6.25u is the standard size. This is used for keyboard layouts made for standard keycaps. The Pok3r and other popular keyboards uses this layout. 7u is for winkeyless layouts. 7u is often used with old Cherry sets, or when people are making HHKB or winkeyless layouts.
Do you sell any larger keyboards than 60%?
Currently, we only stock 60% keyboards and parts. The keycaps we sell will fit on everything up to a fullsize board, though! We are working on implementing TKL in the near future.