[Taobao] Goodies from China(thread re-open)

This thread is originally posted in the PHOTO and VIDEO subforum which is indeed an improper place for the market-oriented contents of this thread, so let's re-open it here.



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For I've been here for only a couple of days, already , many members PMed me, asked me for help or assistance finding certain models or buying stuff from Mainland China.

I think it's not a bad idea to open a thread here to post the goodies (sometimes baddies),hidden gems(sometimes craps) and oddities(sometimes just normal stuff but might be worth paying attention) I stumbled upon or dug out from time to time from online stores of China lest someone here miss the opportunities to get items he's been looking for.

If you are interested in any of these items please PM me, I'm glad to be your proxy to buy these things for you (if you trust me),or I can just send you the link, you could get the stuff you want through other approach or personal contacts. If you are looking for certain kinds of keyboards, you can also post them here maybe I can find it/them for you. Mind you that I am not the owner of the items posted here, all photos and info are from original sellers.

Without further ado, let's just kick it off.

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#6(WYSE with Cherry MX black, no cable)
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#10 BTC 5100c
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TO BE CONTINUED...
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#13 Silicon Graphics with grey Alps and LED lighting(Although it looks like white in the pic Thanks for DT Member Mattr567)
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#14 Packard Bell with blue Alps and another one with white Alps
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#15 Zenith with green Alps
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#16 suppose to be a televideo model 925
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#17 Fanuc portable system keyboard
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#18 Spherical Alps board no case

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#19 Unitek with MItsumi switches
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#20 This looks like a keyboard for some kind of gambling machine console to me, interesting keycaps and legends
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TO BE CONTINUED...
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#21 This one is rubber dome, but with colorful Avid video editting keycaps

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#22 Dell bigfoot with original logo and salmon Alps
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#23 Wang with salmon Alps
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#24 Black Cherry MX
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#25 neat-looking WTSE with black MX
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#26 A pricy NCR
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#27 Oh...this one looks desirable, even me as non-Cherry guy want it.

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#28 Unitek white Alps
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#29 CHERRY G80-1813,not my field, I have no idea about those ubiquitous Cherry G80/G81 keyboards just looks cool so ...
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#31 no idea what it is...(not from Taobao store)
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#32 Reuters again(not available anymore)
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#33 Maxi switches, isn't it the manufacturer of Model Ms (according to Chyros, this board is RD)
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#34 I found another G80-1813,Not a Cherry MX Guy, is it only me or...to me these things are ridiculously pricy...
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#35 Thomson Reuters
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#36 again, nobody know what the hell this is:
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#37 Another Reuters
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#38 A laird keyboard (might be a Key Tronic F&F according to Chyros)
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#39 Fujitsu PBT Dyesub numpad, NIB, but not PC compatible
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#40 $18 each,NIB vintage IBM mouse,what do you call it? Roller-ball mouse?
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#41 Unknow keyboard for keycaps (Seems like SMK vintage linear to Chyros)
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#42 Unknow keyboard for spherical keycaps (Futaba complicated linear according to Chyros)
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#43 Apple MC-176 serveral keycaps missing...

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#44 maybe a Focus clone by Tai-Hao or SKB(according to Chyros) with black MX clone switches,no cable,thick double-shot caps though.

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#45 win2020,Space Odyssey 2020...hah.just kidding.No cable again.(KT F&F according to Chyros)

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#46 XT layout keyboard, no idea what it is...(Futaba clicky switch according to Chyros)
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#47 Holy dinosaur diarrhea...This is what you call THICK keycaps.
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#48 Red swiches make RED Baron come to my mind.Siemens STB-11, thanks Chyros
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#49 IBM 122 key ISO layout 92G9006 ,I don't know what you call it over there but we call it "RJ45 plug" here,so cable not pc compatible.
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#50 two boards(Honeywell & Hi-Tek Linear according to Chyros) for keycaps or switches
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#50 two boards(Honeywell & Hi-Tek Linear according to Chyros) for keycaps or switches
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#51 Fujitsu Peerless?NIB and link:
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#52 A HP keyboard (samll size pics)and link:
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#53 Datalux space save and link:
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#54 Behold the ugliest keyboard ever
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#55Chicony ELECTRONICS E8H5 I KKB-5161 and link:
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#56 Another HP, no link

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#57 Key Pro
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#58 Two models of Cherry HK2000C WEY Techonology and link:
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#59 No reference whatsoever, but one thing for sure not rubber dome.No link, not from Taobao.

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#60 Again, No reference whatsoever,No link, seller claims it's capacitive, but he is not sure about it eighter.
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I would be interested in the prices the sellers ask for #6, #26 abd #30.
By the way, when you provide links, they will be directly clickable when put between URL tags.
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The gems I proxied for 3 DT members:

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Remember the IBM multistation with blue sublegends and Japanese Kanji and the Focus 747 with blue Alps ? Yes,along with two IBM 468x keyboards, they all belong to an honorable DT member and collector from U.S. now, and with his permission I post them here to say farewell, have a safe transatalatic flight !
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Gems for another two honorable DT members and keyboard collectors in Romania and Australia respectively.
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Grey Alps with LED lights heading for Austria
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This is the first time I proxy stuff for DT members also the first time shipping items out overseas, although the whole process is more troublesome and laborious than I thought,still I feel good about it.

For those who PMed me today... Because of the upcoming Chinese lunar New Year festival, many carriers have suspended their businesses, it's not a good time to ship anything due to probable delay...

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kbdfr wrote:I would be interested in the prices the sellers ask for #6, #26 abd #30.
By the way, when you provide links, they will be directly clickable when put between URL tags.

If you want just the caps from 9009, they're 50usd. I locked them in until I was made aware that they were scratched and the seller wasn't willing to provide any more detail or pictures.
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kbdfr wrote:I would be interested in the prices the sellers ask for #6, #26 abd #30.
By the way, when you provide links, they will be directly clickable when put between URL tags.

Wow, how cheeky you are, coming to ask me for info after calling me dumb yesterday, but I will give the links to you anyway, coz I am a man of generosity... well,thanks for the tips, how to insert Video again?

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BTW,it's not cultural/language problem, losers all over the world hate winners,but it doesn't matter as long as you belong to the winner's group. :lol: and I was not trying to impress you girls, don't flatter yourselves,where is your teammate?
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@subcat
Thank you, but I'm interested in the actual price asked for the complete keyboard.

@Mr.Nobody.
I'm not here to restart a personal discussion. It would be nice if you could edit your post accordingly.
To insert a YouTube video, just put the end part of the URL (the part after …watch?v=) between the Youtube tags provided.
As for other videos, no clue.
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kbdfr wrote:@subcat
Thank you, but I'm interested in the actual price asked for the complete keyboard.

@Mr.Nobody.
I'm not here to restart a personal discussion. It would be nice if you could edit your post accordingly.
To insert a YouTube video, just put the end part of the URL (the part after …watch?v=) between the Youtube tags provided.
As for other videos, no clue.

85 usd for the full board including shipping to OP :)
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And what OP is short for guys?
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Original poster, i.e. you in this case.
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Khers wrote:Original poster, i.e. you in this case.

Thanks for clearing it up, from where I am OP usually means "operator" refering to moderator of the forum...
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#31 wombat is rubber dome http://ksikeyboards.com/products/pos/ . An Mx black edition would be extremely cool, as the board has programmability.
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#61 A unicomp medical Model M with Chinese legends no link.

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62# BTC 5160XT many keys don't register.
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63# A beautiful keyboard with Cherry indigo MX, seller claims 200USD for it.
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#64 A Dascom keyboard with white Alps and Chinese sublegends
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#65 No cable,but has a.... I don't know what you call it in English...
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t8c wrote:#31 wombat is rubber dome http://ksikeyboards.com/products/pos/ . An Mx black edition would be extremely cool, as the board has programmability.

Thanks for the link,are the keycaps compatible for Cherry mount?
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#62 is BTC foam and foil, might work with some cleaning.
#63 looks very much like a Chicony KB-5161, not been reported with MX Navy yet, but then again, that keyboard came with just about every switch under the moon (a probable record holder).
#64 rebadged Focus FK-2001.
#65 Northgate OmniKey Ultra-T, you can probably find a replacement cable.
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Thanks Chyros, how could we live without you;D

EDIT: Not quite understand the expression "come with every switch under the moon",are you saying its price is overly exorbitant?
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#66 oops upside down, but don't blame me, blame the seller

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#67 A console, with kind of special switches
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#68 Ail posted this before, I don't know whether the same one.
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#69 This tiny console looks cute somehow...Ericson(fuck how to spell it) consono MD110, seller seems have several...
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#70 this one is a little off-topic...seller claims 1500 USD for it.
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#71 this one is unique, Alps compatible caps
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#71 spherical caps
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Okay, let's all it a day, I might not post anymore by the end of the month, holiday begins now, I have many other affairs to deal with.
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Mr.Nobody wrote:Thanks Chyros, how could we live without you;D

EDIT: Not quite understand the expression "come with every switch under the moon",are you saying its price is overly exorbitant?
No, MX Navy is rare enough that you'd expect some price inflation (although $200 is maybe a BIT much) but what I meant was that the 5161 is possibly the keyboard with the greatest variety of switches reported (blue Alps, white Alps, amber Omrons, Mitsumi miniature, MX blue, Taiwans...)
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I would be interested in a quote (link is not necessary) for #68.
And I would request again that you edit your post above to eliminate references to prior disputes and the following unfrendly remarks.
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kbdfr wrote:I would be interested in a quote (link is not necessary) for #68.
And I would request again that you edit your post above to eliminate references to prior disputes and the following unfrendly remarks.

A little less than 300 USD, I will consider your request, it took me a whole moring to re-organize this thread, it's 10:30 pm now, I feel drowsy...Good night all!
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Mr.Nobody wrote:
kbdfr wrote:I would be interested in a quote (link is not necessary) for #68.
And I would request again that you edit your post above to eliminate references to prior disputes and the following unfrendly remarks.

A little less than 300 USD, I will consider your request, it took me a whole moring to re-organize this thread, it's 10:30 pm now, I feel drowsy...Good night all!

Thank you for the quote.

As for my request, first you completely ignored it, now you condescendingly announce you will "consider" it… tomorrow.
You are obviously not aware I was not begging for a favour, but trying to initiate a deescalation :evil:
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Mr.Nobody wrote:#54 Behold one of the most beautiful keyboard designs ever
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Fixed that for you. ;)
BTW, Kinesis sells replacement foam pads if you would want that.
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Could you get a quote on a cherry G80-1800? Looking just to salvage keys and switches.
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Whytekong29 wrote:Could you get a quote on a cherry G80-1800? Looking just to salvage keys and switches.

I remember it's around 200 USD, which is too pricy even for Cherry enthusiasts.
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Personally, I am interested in #60,but it's not the right timing for buying anything.
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kbdfr wrote:
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kbdfr wrote:I would be interested in a quote (link is not necessary) for #68.
And I would request again that you edit your post above to eliminate references to prior disputes and the following unfrendly remarks.

A little less than 300 USD, I will consider your request, it took me a whole moring to re-organize this thread, it's 10:30 pm now, I feel drowsy...Good night all!

Thank you for the quote.

As for my request, first you completely ignored it, now you condescendingly announce you will "consider" it… tomorrow.
You are obviously not aware I was not begging for a favour, but trying to initiate a deescalation :evil:

We could have different opinions about all sorts fo topics,but I don't call you dumb or clown directly for having different opinions,since you guys chose to drop courtesy first, I don't have reason to retain it either...is it de-escalation you really want or only compromises from me, no need to answer me, ask yourself...

EDIT: if it's a request, I am allow to consider right? otherwise it's a command...
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