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HyperX Double Shot PBT Pudding Set White $20 + Shipping @ Mwave

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These Keycaps look great with rgb backlight and at a really good price for PBT doubleshot pudding.

Suitable for Cherry MX stem keyboards.

Pickup Available.

RRP: $59

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  • Any recommendations on the bestest mechanical keyboards at the moment?

    I’ve got a Leopold FC750R TKL with blue switches that I’m happy with but just wondering what else people are rating highly.

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      • Thanks for the heads up! Might try and put my name down for reservations and see how that pans out..

      • Do you know if that price $170 is USD?

        • Definitely USD and no keycaps and switches.. and I think around $30 USD for delivery.. so yeah it'll be a bit of $$ involved..

      • Eyeing this one too! US release is Q1 2021, but not sure when AU stock would be available.

        The GMMK White Ice was announced on 20th July 2020. AU stock only just arrived at PC Case Gear about a week ago.

    • May I introduce you to the world of custom keyboards? https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/

  • Shame the Razer black widow 2019 uses a different bottom row. Would of copped

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    Wow I was looking for a deal for these this morning. Bought a set for my fnatic mini streak (silent red) that I bought for $134 from Amazon

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    Damn, hope they have a similar deal but for the black keycaps.

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    Yoink! Thanks for sharing this, OP. I was eye-ing these on Amazon for when they would drop to about $40.

    Aus Post eParcel is about $11 to Metro VIC, but still a great price for entry level PBT keys. These will replace the stock ABS keycaps on my GMMK.

  • Sort of out of topic. But can anyone recommend a good switch puller for hot swappable mechanical keyboards? The one that came with mine is garbo and hurts my hands like hell…

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    picked mine up and put them on my anne pro 2,

    quite nice and a bargain at $20