You should be able to wash it again and again and still be okay. If they do ever wear out after repeatedly cleaning them, all you have to look for is Scotch Restickable Tabs at your local office supply store. I use the 1x1" ones cut in half, but the 1/2"x1/2" ones would work too, just not as well. If you can't find them in any store or don't have any office supply stores near you, you can get a value pack on Walmart's website for around $5 with 27 tabs.
MeanDeer wrote:I've had it for about two months. I washed the tape once after it got dirty.
The switches themselves are pcb-mount but they're closer to plate-mounted. If you wanted to replace the switches, all you should need is your switches, a soldering iron, and a hot glue gun. Since you'd need a soldering iron to remove pcb-mounted switches, I can't imagine you'd run into any problems
ZenithPhantasm wrote:I think you mean PCB or plate mount. Im 99.9% sure Thnikk uses PCB mounted switches.
Kaoru wrote:Hey, I'm actually curious if you PCB/ solder mount these, since I'd like to try interchanging my own switches on these
It's not ideal for me to be gluing the switches in, but hot glue is VERY easy to remove with a little bit of rubbing alcohol and a hot glue gun only costs ~$2.50 at most craft stores, so I'd rather have them solid on the unit than try to cut my cases with machine precision (by hand,) especially considering how easy it is to replace.
Prices are available here for now: [link]
danteelesh wrote:how much is this keypad+shipping ? cuz its out of stock on the website
For all of the models that say keycaps aren't included in price, it's $1 for the white or red & blue DSA keycaps and goes up to I believe $8 for doubleshot keypop keycaps.
Edit: Shipping also not included which is $5 to the US and $10 everywhere else.