An assortment of switches for those who would like to sample some of our offerings! This list cannot be customized. The switches are pre-packed to ...View full details
A Pro Micro replacement with USB-C? Heck yeah! These little breakout boards are a must for any board without a SMD microcontroller such as the Dact...View full details
Bring some stability to your life (and keyboards) with these Durock V2 Stabilizers. These upgraded stabilizers have an improved wire clip to preven...View full details
A great sounding alternative to polycarbonate stabilizers, without the scratch of the GMK screw ins (sad face). These are genuine Cherry stabilizer...View full details
I got a lot of feedback in the design process for these, and I believe they are better thought out than a lot of the acrylic ones out there. Stem...View full details
MDI (PU/Polyurethane) Switch films from Kelowna. These are thick (0.3 mm) films that act as a gasket to deepen the sound in your switches and reduc...View full details
Sold in packs of 10. Remember, you need 2 of these per switch! (Order 130-140 pcs for a 60% keyboard etc.) Make your solder board into a hotswap on...View full details
Krytox™ 205g0 is a high viscosity PTFE grease used to lubricate MX style switches. It is known by keyboard enthusiasts as the undisputed champ for ...View full details
Thin lubricant, best used in tactiles or for those that like a lighter linear. Recommended by Gazzew for those that want to lube their U4Ts. Brush ...View full details
A handy little device to open up MX style switches. Much faster than fumbling around with 2 screwdrivers.
Try out a whole lot of springs without having to buy a ton! Includes a 3D printed case with an assortment of springs. Colors of the boxes are rando...View full details
MX Supreme is SPRiT's 'original' line of springs. These aim to be a much more precise replacement for stock cherry springs. They are within 0.5% de...View full details
SPRiT MX Slow Extreme I springs are longer than your typical springs and feature a higher starting force. Perfect for gamers and typists who want t...View full details
SPRiT MX Slow Extreme II springs are longer than your typical springs and feature a higher starting force. Perfect for gamers and typists who want ...View full details
SPRiT MX Slow Extreme III springs are longer than your typical springs and feature a higher starting force. Perfect for gamers and typists who want...View full details
MX Progressive springs follow an exponential force curve. They start light and get exponentially heavier as you approach bottom out. They are highl...View full details
SPRiT MX Complex springs follow a exponential force curve up until actuation, and then switch to linear until bottom out. They are within 0.5% devi...View full details
Announced in March 2021, these springs have a lighter linear force until actuation and then it becomes heavier. They make for snappy linears that a...View full details
These Durock films are placed between the top and bottom housing of an MX switch to tighten the connection and reduce housing wobble. They also hel...View full details
Replacement springs for your ALPS. These are just plain ol' linear springs, just as they were in vintage ALPS switches. Each bag contains ~100 spri...View full details
Springs for Kailh Choc switches. They are within 1% deviation as of April 2018. These are fully compatible with ALPS switches as well. Each bag con...View full details
SPRiT Kailh BOX springs are springs for BOX switches. And the 24K gold ones help to reduce ping apparently. Andy didn't tell me much about these so...View full details
An easy to use ALPS switch opener - a single one should last forever, and they work great. Credit to Andrew Bishop for the design.
Genuine ALPS rotary encoder for use on boards like the PLAPad. 6mm D-shaft 18 steps per revolution (smooth rotation) Pulse on top-press Knobs sol...View full details
A handy dandy tool to remove hotswap switches from plates. A must have for hotswap board owners!
These foam pads help dampen the sound profile of your keyboard by isolating the switch from the PCB. Place these down before inserting switches for...View full details
TriboSys 3204 is the middle ground between your thick (205g0) and thin (3203) lubricants! This stuff works wonders on linears and tactiles alike, a...View full details
A simple 3D printed knob for D-Shaft encoders with a knurl. Compatible with all EC11 D-shaft encoders.
Crack open your chocs with this tool. The cylinder is used to eject the switch bottoms from the claws.
Krytox™ GPL 105 is a low viscosity synthetic PFPE oil recommended for use on springs and linear switches. Either donut-dip or bag lube your springs...View full details
A new alternative to the unnecessary space-grade lubes in the keyboard world. This was dreamed up by Gazzew as a high performance lubricant for bot...View full details
Note: Canada Bubble mailers can only contain a single stand. Please use parcel shipping for multiple. US Bubble mailers can have multiple. Flex har...View full details
A simple PCB to power up to three fans off a single header - useful for the bed fan mod to quickly heat your chamber. Check out the Github for more...View full details
A handy 3D printed plate fork to aid in the assembly of a board. Place this tool between your plate and PCB to prevent flimsier or tighter plates f...View full details