[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit
[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit

[Extra] Tsukuyomi Keyboard Kit

Regular price SGD$760.00
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From the mind of Persocom comes this moon-inspired board - the Tsukuyomi.
Here are some of his thoughts on the naming:

There really isn't much of a grand meaning or reasoning here.  I grew up watching anime in the late 90s - early 2000s. 
There was an abundance of soft colors, fine lines, and crescent moon/night sky imagery that gives me heaps of nostalgia when looking back at it.
The name "Tsukuyomi" exists in different contexts between media and religion, but the name of the board was pulled directly from the manga Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase. 
It was the first thought in my head.  That's it.

What is the difference between the Standard layout and the Winkeyless layout?
For the standard layout, there is only ONE blocker on the right side. (left beside arrow keys)

For the WKL layout, it has 2 blockers, one small blocker beside the arrow keys and another bigger blocker in between Right Ctrl and Right Alt.

Features: 

  • 65% + Macro Column Layout
  • 7 degree typing angle
  • ~19mm front height
  • Top-mounted plate (includes o-rings for optional burger mounting)
  • Your choice of  WK or WKL Top

Each Tsukuyomi Keyboard will come with the following:

  • 1x 6063 aluminum board top
  • 1x 6063 aluminum board bottom
  • 1x Brass weight
  • 1x Anodized Black Aluminum Plate
  • 1x Brass Badge
  • QMK + VIA Compatible PCB designed by CannonKeys w/ ESD protection
  • Screws
  • Custom Feet (8mm bumpon compatible, so if you lose the custom feet, they are easily replaceable with bumpons)
  • O-rings for burger mounting
  • Microfiber cloth and padded zip case with foam

Colors:

  • Lilac
  • E-White
  • Black
  • Navy

Layout:

What is the difference between A stock, and A-minus stock?

A stock will have no visible exterior blemishes. A minus stock can have minor blemishes seen when built. 

Internal marks are not considered within the QC process.