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      KBParadise V80 Vintage TKL Mechanical Keyboard

      Availability: Varies by Switch
      $99.00
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      SKU: KBP-V80-_-VIN
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      KBParadise V80 Vintage Mechanical Keyboard

      Available Switches

       ALPS KSB-C
      KBP-V80-XMC-VIN
      $99.00
      Fukka (Fuhua) White thumbnailFukka (Fuhua) White
      KBP-V80-FD-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh BOX White thumbnailKailh BOX White
      KBP-V80-KLBW-VIN
      $109.00
      Kailh BOX Brown thumbnailKailh BOX Brown
      KBP-V80-KLBB-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh BOX Black thumbnailKailh BOX Black
      KBP-V80-KLBA-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh BOX Red thumbnailKailh BOX Red
      KBP-V80-KLBR-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh BOX Heavy Pale Blue thumbnailKailh BOX Heavy Pale Blue
      KBP-V80-KLBPB-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh BOX Heavy Burnt Orange thumbnailKailh BOX Heavy Burnt Orange
      KBP-V80-KLBBO-VIN
      $109.00
      Kailh BOX Heavy Dark Yellow thumbnailKailh BOX Heavy Dark Yellow
      KBP-V80-KLBDY-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh Speed Silver thumbnailKailh Speed Silver
      KBP-V80-KLSS-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh Speed Gold thumbnailKailh Speed Gold
      KBP-V80-KLSG-VIN
      $99.00
      Kailh Speed Bronze thumbnailKailh Speed Bronze
      KBP-V80-KLSB-VIN
      $109.00
      Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
      KBP-V80-B-VIN
      $109.00
      Kailh Speed Copper thumbnailKailh Speed Copper
      KBP-V80-KLSC-VIN
      $109.00
      Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
      KBP-V80-C-VIN
      $109.00
      Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
      KBP-V80-R-VIN
      $109.00
      Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
      KBP-V80-A-VIN
      $99.00
      Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
      KBP-V80-SS-VIN
      $114.00
      Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear
      KBP-V80-W-VIN
      $119.00
      Kailh BOX Thick Jade thumbnailKailh BOX Thick Jade
      KBP-V80-KLBJ-VIN
      $119.00
      Kailh BOX Thick Navy thumbnailKailh BOX Thick Navy
      KBP-V80-KLBN-VIN
      $119.00
      Matias Quiet Click thumbnailMatias Quiet Click
      KBP-V80-MTSQ-VIN
      $119.00
      Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
      KBP-V80-SR-VIN
      $119.00
      Cherry MX Silent Black thumbnailCherry MX Silent Black
      KBP-V80-SA-VIN
      $99.00
      Cherry MX Tactile Grey thumbnailCherry MX Tactile Grey
      KBP-V80-GT-VIN
      $119.00
      Matias Click thumbnailMatias Click
      KBP-V80-MTSC-VIN
      $119.00
      Matias Linear thumbnailMatias Linear
      KBP-V80-MTSQL-VIN
      $119.00
      Cherry MX Green thumbnailCherry MX Green
      KBP-V80-G-VIN
      $124.00

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      Details and Specifications

      BrandKBParadise
      ModelV80
      SizeTenkeyless
      Switch StemsALPS, MX
      Physical LayoutUS QWERTY
      Logical LayoutANSI
      Frame ColorBlack
      Primary LED Colorn/a
      Control LED Colorn/a
      USB Key RolloverFull
      Multimedia KeysYes
      Switch Mount TypePlate
      Built in Audio PortNo
      Built in Mic PortNo
      Interface(s)USB
      Windows CompatibleYes
      Dimensions5.31" x 14.06" x 1.38"
      Weight2.07 lbs
      Cord Length60 inches

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      • I got this keyboard with kailh box black switches (linear) in April 2020. I have been using it for 2 months now for heavy gaming and typing use case. (8 hours) each day.

        Keys
        Key Type : Kailh Box black switches (linear)
        Pros: The swithces are super smooth linear switches very satisfying bottom out. The spacebar key is perfectly stabalized.
        Cons : The Backspace, Enter and Shift keys have wobble and rattle which is very annoying. Other keys are perfectly stabalized and have no issues.

        Keycaps
        Pros : The keys caps are ABS plastic and are perfect
        Cons : The color scheme is duller than I expected. I will probably get new key caps for myself.

        Cable
        pros: Perfectly braided cable
        Cons : None

        Chasis:
        Pros : Perfectly stabalized chasis
        Cons : None.

      • Great reccomended!

      • I got this keyboard 3 weeks ago with Matias Quiet Click switches. The build quality is reaasonnaable, the keycaps/stabilizers wobble a bit but the reaal issue is that several keys chatter quite aaa lot (aas seenn in this inn this commennt with the letters A anndn NN). This seems to be a theme looking aat other comments/onnlinnnennn reviews. Hopefully it seems to be fixable.

      • I ordered this with heavy Cherry MX Black Silent switches.

        I knew I wanted heavy switches, after having borrowed my son's Corsair with Cherry MX Reds. They were too light for my heavy-handed typing: I couldn't even log in properly because, on that very light-action Corsair, I was accidentally adding extra letters in my password.

        Also, I wanted to replicate as much as possible, the look and feel of the IBM Model M-style Unicomp keyboard I've got at home. I consider the Unicomp to be perfect, but I can't just get a second one for the office because its buckling spring mechanism is too noisy for an open-plan office.

        Hence, this KBParadise V80 Vintage TKL. I love it. The chassis feels solid. Typing, even for long periods, is enjoyable.

        The keyboard is not absolutely silent - the office-issue Hewlett-Packard membrane keyboards are in fact quieter if mushier-feeling - but the Black Silent switches are muted enough to be unobjectionable in a quiet office.

        Caveat: the keyboard's colouring is more beige and grey than the picture indicates. If you want to get a better idea of its actual colour, look at the picture illustrating the KBParadise V60 Vintage 60%. If you don't mind a keyboard that looks discoloured from age even though it's brand new, you'll be just fine.

      • Stabilizers are really bad. They are noisy. They are not cherry stabilizers. feels cheap. Keycaps are ABS. For the same price you can get cherry stabilizers and PBT keycaps from ducky or other vendors. Not worth the money.

      • not sure why but only a few weeks after getting my keyboard a bunch of the keys started to chatter mainly the W,S, and G but also sometimes A, and E. I've heard this is is a switch issue (matias switches) I can cant get a refund because I voided the warranty my modding some of the switches, however non of the ones that are broke where touched.

      • PEOPLE LOOKING TO BUY WITH MATIAS SWITCHES WILL WANT TO READ THIS!
        I ordered this board a month or two ago. I really enjoyed it, until I started getting key chatter (basically, hitting a switch once results in 2, 3, 4, 5, .etc characters instead of one). Check here http://elitekeyboards.com/support.php?lang=en#5 to test for key chatter. I returned the board to receive a replacement. Worked great for about a week, then my 'S' key started to chatter. I researched the problem, this time looking into the switch rather than the board. I found that sometimes with these switches, lube collects on the contacts and forms a grease that will cause the chatter. https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/4t08br/kbparadise_v60_matias_quiet_key_chatter_issue/
        I followed the video linked there and cleaned the grease with isopropyl alcohol on a coffee filter. Then I rebuilt the switch, and it works great. The upside is that my keyboard works great! The downside is that it is possible for other switches to eventually get this way, making maintenance a MUST on this board (well, the boards with matias switches).

        Overall, even with the maintenance, I'm content with this board because it is super quiet at the office. I just wish it costed less and matias switches were built better.

      • Fantastic keyboard, I was looking for something like my old KB-6251, but TKL. The difference in sound and feel between the old keyboard's Alps SKCM White switches and the new keyboard's Matias clicky switches is all but imperceptible.

      • I bought and have been using this keyboard with MX silver keys for about a year and it's been a great daily work horse. Solid construction, no problems.

      • Think of this as a competant but not great Majestouch 2 knockoff that's available in tons of switches. In my case, I needed a TKL with silent blacks - and this was pretty much it. It fits the bill: it%u2019s a no-nonsense, quiet keyboard.

        Honestly, I think the V80 is a little overpriced with things like the Turtle Beach Impact 500 out there.

      • Ordered because it was the only reasonable pre-built board with BOX Navy switches. I was pretty disappointed with the quality on arrival. Board seems solidly constructed and worked just fine UNTIL I went to replace keycaps. Several switches started to come apart just with the force of removing the key. I also noticed the board uses cheap costar stabs which was a disappointing downgrade from my KBPv60 that has cherry stabs. The switch problem makes me a little worried for the longevity of the board BUT if you plan on keeping the board stock I would still recommend this. The stock keycaps do seem to be of pretty good quality, and the sheer # of available switch options is tough to beat.

      • Great keyboard with many switch options available. If you're needing a basic TKL keyboard, look no further!

      • I really wanted to love this keyboard. I've had it about 3 months. I bought it to replace my aging Northgate OmniKey 101 keyboard which had been serving me well for the last 20 years, but was showing its age. I DO like the smaller form factor, and while the key feel is totally different than that of the OmniKey, it is still not the mush of typical keyboards. There is SOME mechanical feedback, and the keys are quiet. So far, so good.

        But, from the get-go, the keyboard has been OK, but not much better. The braided USB cord is stiff enough so that it doesn't stay in place in one of the channels of the housing that is supposed to perform this function. And, it tends to dislodge and misalign the mini-USB connector enough so that the keyboard quits working. A real PIYA! (BYW, some of us are not only touch typists, but also like to have the keyboard on our knees for long typing sessions.)

        The n-key rollover basically doesn't work very well. There are lots of times when I get double letters, sometimes with repeats a few letters apart. I had started to get some of this kind of behavior with my old OmniKey,, so I started to think that it was because of my deteriorating typing skills. Nope! I recently had to install a computer in the basement, for which I used a (very) old IBM TKL keyboard. It works like a champ! No problem typing on it, so it's not me.

        Here%u2019s the thing that really knocks points off this keyboard. Recently 've been having a lot of problems with the 'E' key. 'Well,' I thought to myself, 'let me take off the key cap and see if I can discover what the problem is. Perhaps there is some dust/dirt/or something that it easy to fix.' When I tried pulling the key cap off with my Northgate key cap puller, instead of removing the key cap, the entire key switch came apart. Based upon my later observations, the key switch was probably never assembled correctly in the first place. The only way for the key switch to come apart like that is if the snap closure mechanism of the key switch never closed. This probably caused a misalignment which caused the key failure in the first place.

        I once wrote a 'how-to' for fixing the OmniKey switches after they started to double-enter or not work at all, so I know the insides of them well. The insides of the Mattias switches aren't anything like them. There is nowhere near the quality. Essentially, they are prone to assembly errors by design and aren't in any way serviceable by a user. So, don't even think about it. I did manage to fix mine after reassembling it a dozen or so times in order to get one of the switch elements correctly aligned. Someone without the right tools and a jeweler's magnifier would find this impossible.

        In summary, I can't recommend this keyboard. There are too many things that are only so so in its implementation. Having the type of failures that I'm experimenting after only six months, well that speaks for itself. The only nice touch are the smilies that show up beneath the key switch around the vias on the PCB.

      • I bought this a while ago and recently replaced the keycaps on it and I really do like it a lot. Clears might not be my favorite switch (they feel very scratchy), but the board itself is solid and pretty well constructed. I noticed a slight pinging when I first got it but listening closely now it is no longer audible for some reason. I did replace they keycaps because they were laser-etched. They did NOT start fading yet (still look brand new), but I do prefer doubleshot keycaps and the "vintage beige" got a little boring. You can pass the mini-usb cable through channels to either side of the board or straight out the back which is SUPER convenient on my small desk.

        All in all the board feels good, looks decent (looks amazing with the tai-hao carbon set), and is pretty well built.

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