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Akko x Ducky World Tour-Toyko Special Design OEM Profile PBT Keycap Set

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Corn Electronics via NeweggFlash has Akko x Ducky World Tour-Toyko Special Design OEM Profile PBT Keycap Set for Mechanical Keyboard (Sakura Pink) on sale for $38.99. Shipping is free. Thanks StrongGoat3002
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Brand: Akko x Ducky
Material: PBT (85%)
Profile: OEM Profile
Keys Amount: 108 Keys
Type: World Tour-Toyko Special Design Version

Features:

85% PBT content, a little grainy texture feeling, not easy to collect fingerprints and shine as ABS keycaps.
Keycaps only, keyboard is not included.

Package Included:

1 * Akko X Ducky 108 Key OEM Profile PBT Keycaps Keycap Set for Mechanical Keyboard

https://flash.newegg.com/Product/9SIA4RE9FK4338 $38.99
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Do these have transparent lettering for backlit keyboards?
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Someone is not going to read this properly and buy this thinking they got a great deal on a ducky keyboard.
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These are $30 on ali
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seriously, can someone explain to me how is this a slick deal and why it is on front page. Is this Ducky keyboard some sort of a new trend, like: everybody must have one? I certainly haven't heard about it until now
Mechanical keyboards have a huge following. Many people like to switch out the various parts of them to make them personal. Keycaps are of those parts. Say you have a black mechanical keyboard with black keycaps... you can buy a new set in any color combination you want and get a totally new look. That is probably the most popular way to customize. I personally have a completely build-from-scratch board. It has an aluminum case, carbon fiber plate, programmable PCB, custom YOK holy panda switches, and GMK Necro keycaps. I even made my own USB power cable for it.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?tim...3LWYxocIZs

Info about the keycaps and the keyboard it goes on.
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How do I know if they will fit my filco keyboard?
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Mechanical keyboards have a huge following. Many people like to switch out the various parts of them to make them personal. Keycaps are of those parts. Say you have a black mechanical keyboard with black keycaps... you can buy a new set in any color combination you want and get a totally new look. That is probably the most popular way to customize. I personally have a completely build-from-scratch board. It has an aluminum case, carbon fiber plate, programmable PCB, custom YOK holy panda switches, and GMK Necro keycaps. I even made my own USB power cable for it.
True, many people say building your own board is like a jedi building their own lightsaber.
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Do these have transparent lettering for backlit keyboards?
Nope, these Keycaps use dye sublimination to print the designs and letters, so it's non translucent.

Edit: fixed silly mistake on assuming it was doubleshot when it's very unlikely since the gorgeous designs on the keys.
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How do I know if they will fit my filco keyboard?
The AKKO x Ducky Keycaps listed appear to be 1x1.25 on the bottom row. This layout guide will let you know for most keyboards.
http://www.maxkeyboard.com/mechanical-keycap-layout-and-size-chart.html

With that being said it's usually the bottom row that's different on most. The Filco isn't mentioned on the chart, but looking at the size of the keys on the Filco Majestouch 2, for example, they appear to be the same 1x1.25 size, so they should match, or fully work on your keyboard.
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I would get these if they were a little bit cheaper
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$40 bux for key caps ? Maybe for the hardcore enthusiasts but I'd rather buy groceries or full tank of gas. Seriously , you'll not get more FPS w these lmao
I'm definitely in the "mechanical keyboard enthusiast" group - my last set of keycaps I paid just shy of $200 for (GMK Serika) - but these are quality caps at a good price - your Razer/Corsair/Logitech caps are super thin pieces of crap compared to these.

Then again, I do recognize that my hobby is a bit of a ridiculous one, but it's something I enjoy nonetheless
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I'm definitely in the "mechanical keyboard enthusiast" group - my last set of keycaps I paid just shy of $200 for (GMK Serika) - but these are quality caps at a good price - your Razer/Corsair/Logitech caps are super thin pieces of crap compared to these.

Then again, I do recognize that my hobby is a bit of a ridiculous one, but it's something I enjoy nonetheless
Same here. I still need to get a set of GMK caps but regardless, I definitely have spent more than I care to admit on my keyboards haha.
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