Pros: ABS plastic, looks and overall keycap build quality, customisation options, customer service, large list of compatible keyboards, price
Cons: Worldwide availability
Review Date: March 2016
First of all, I would like to thanks Max Keyboard for sending me a plethora of Cherry MX keycaps for review (also compatible with Kailh/Gateron/Razer switches) – it’s an absolute pleasure and I’m really honoured to have received such a big collection! Also check my Mechanical Keyboard Guide: Cherry MX, Gateron Switches – Max Keyboard Falcon-8 Review!
Here’s what I got sent:
- UK Link to the Translucent Top Print = £36
- Max Translucent Keycap Set (Top Print) = $50 at Max Keyboard or $50 on AmazonUSA.
- Max Translucent Keycap Set (Front Side Print) = $50 at Max Keyboard or $50 on AmazonUSA.
- ISO Layout Custom Color Cherry MX Keycap Set = $40 (105-key & Top Print) At Max Keyboard
These keycaps were UK ISO layouts, designed for my custom Lamborghini painted Logitech G710+ and Cooler Master QuickFire XT Cherry MX Brown mechanical keyboards.
To complement this written review, here’s my video review:
Let’s get on with this review!