[Vendor] kbdhub.com - Keyboard Parts Store - Newest Leeku PCBs (support ISO)

Hi, I would first like to introduce myself.

My name is Seth, and I own/run kbdhub.com . My username on GeekHack is sethk_, which was formerly PwnNarwhal. I have an account on here that is PwnNarwhal, but I created a new account since I only had a few posts on there. My username on Reddit is pwnnarwhal, can't be bothered to make a new one.

I currently have Leeku's newest revision of 1800 & 3000 PCBs in stock, as well as gold springs in 55g, 62g, and 65g.

1800 & 3000 PCBs
  • ISO Layout
  • RGB Backlight capability, I don't have the parts though
  • Black in color
  • A lot of layout options

These are the newest iteration of Leeku's PCBs, and they are greatly improved compared to his 1.4 versions. One of the biggest improvements in my opinion is the layout support, with the greatest layout option being ISO. On the parts pages on my website I have the layout capabilities. I also offer soldering services on these in-case you do not want to solder on the diodes or resistors.

If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to answer them, as well as if you have any suggestion for what else I should stock. The 3000 PCBs should be arriving to me in the next 2-3 days, and I have the 1800s on hand, so if you order just a PCB, they ship same day, and I need a day or two for soldering lead time.

Thank you!

Product Links:
1800 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-1800-pcbs
3000 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-3000-pcbs
Springs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/sprit-gold-springs
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sethk wrote:Hi, I would first like to introduce myself.

My name is Seth, and I own/run kbdhub.com . My username on GeekHack is sethk_, which was formerly PwnNarwhal. I have an account on here that is PwnNarwhal, but I created a new account since I only had a few posts on there. My username on Reddit is pwnnarwhal, can't be bothered to make a new one.

I currently have Leeku's newest revision of 1800 & 3000 PCBs in stock, as well as gold springs in 55g, 62g, and 65g.

1800 & 3000 PCBs
  • ISO Layout
  • RGB Backlight capability, I don't have the parts though
  • Black in color
  • A lot of layout options

These are the newest iteration of Leeku's PCBs, and they are greatly improved compared to his 1.4 versions. One of the biggest improvements in my opinion is the layout support, with the greatest layout option being ISO. On the parts pages on my website I have the layout capabilities. I also offer soldering services on these in-case you do not want to solder on the diodes or resistors.

If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to answer them, as well as if you have any suggestion for what else I should stock. The 3000 PCBs should be arriving to me in the next 2-3 days, and I have the 1800s on hand, so if you order just a PCB, they ship same day, and I need a day or two for soldering lead time.

Thank you!

Product Links:
1800 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-1800-pcbs
3000 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-3000-pcbs
Springs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/sprit-gold-springs

Thinking about ordering a 1800 pcb.
Is there any way to get a plate from somewhere?
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KaminBobby wrote:
sethk wrote:Hi, I would first like to introduce myself.

My name is Seth, and I own/run kbdhub.com . My username on GeekHack is sethk_, which was formerly PwnNarwhal. I have an account on here that is PwnNarwhal, but I created a new account since I only had a few posts on there. My username on Reddit is pwnnarwhal, can't be bothered to make a new one.

I currently have Leeku's newest revision of 1800 & 3000 PCBs in stock, as well as gold springs in 55g, 62g, and 65g.

1800 & 3000 PCBs
  • ISO Layout
  • RGB Backlight capability, I don't have the parts though
  • Black in color
  • A lot of layout options

These are the newest iteration of Leeku's PCBs, and they are greatly improved compared to his 1.4 versions. One of the biggest improvements in my opinion is the layout support, with the greatest layout option being ISO. On the parts pages on my website I have the layout capabilities. I also offer soldering services on these in-case you do not want to solder on the diodes or resistors.

If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to answer them, as well as if you have any suggestion for what else I should stock. The 3000 PCBs should be arriving to me in the next 2-3 days, and I have the 1800s on hand, so if you order just a PCB, they ship same day, and I need a day or two for soldering lead time.

Thank you!

Product Links:
1800 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-1800-pcbs
3000 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-3000-pcbs
Springs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/sprit-gold-springs

Thinking about ordering a 1800 pcb.
Is there any way to get a plate from somewhere?

I don't stock any, but I can ask Leeku if he has any.
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KaminBobby wrote:
sethk wrote:Hi, I would first like to introduce myself.

My name is Seth, and I own/run kbdhub.com . My username on GeekHack is sethk_, which was formerly PwnNarwhal. I have an account on here that is PwnNarwhal, but I created a new account since I only had a few posts on there. My username on Reddit is pwnnarwhal, can't be bothered to make a new one.

I currently have Leeku's newest revision of 1800 & 3000 PCBs in stock, as well as gold springs in 55g, 62g, and 65g.

1800 & 3000 PCBs
  • ISO Layout
  • RGB Backlight capability, I don't have the parts though
  • Black in color
  • A lot of layout options

These are the newest iteration of Leeku's PCBs, and they are greatly improved compared to his 1.4 versions. One of the biggest improvements in my opinion is the layout support, with the greatest layout option being ISO. On the parts pages on my website I have the layout capabilities. I also offer soldering services on these in-case you do not want to solder on the diodes or resistors.

If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to answer them, as well as if you have any suggestion for what else I should stock. The 3000 PCBs should be arriving to me in the next 2-3 days, and I have the 1800s on hand, so if you order just a PCB, they ship same day, and I need a day or two for soldering lead time.

Thank you!

Product Links:
1800 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-1800-pcbs
3000 PCBs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/leeku-3000-pcbs
Springs:
http://kbdhub.com/products/sprit-gold-springs

Thinking about ordering a 1800 pcb.
Is there any way to get a plate from somewhere?

I am able to get plates, so if you want one PM me and we can work it out.
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Any updates here? I'd love a Leeku 1800 PCB but your links are down.
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Same here, like to order one of each pcb's.
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me too, me too.
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Azhdar can you still have some 1800 or its down too ?
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Any chance to get them from someone else (Leeku directly maybe ?). I think the dude was on the secret santa list as well, someone is gonna be disappointed.
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Interested in a 1800 PCB too, if ever...
Edit: I'm no longer interested, I'm in the focus of my banker... :oops:
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I should be able to get 1800 pcb from leeku directly, the plate he got are ANSI only though.40$ pcb + 20$ presoldered + shipping. ANSI plates are 35.
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We could share shipping with Pompom58 and maybe gogusrl ..I would go for one presoldered pcb, no plate.
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I plan on using the split spacebar layout so I'm going to cut my own plate locally.
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I'm only interested in ISO layout sadly :(
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Pompom58 wrote:I'm only interested in ISO layout sadly :(

the latest Leeku PCB supports a bit more than ISO/ANSI:

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I'd like a Leeku 1800 PCB as well if this turns out to be a mini GB.
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People that are interested in a 1800 leeku pcb at around 60$ (before shipping), please mark down your interest by quoting this here or pm me w/e.
I'll order a few from leeku based on this and then will contact you to sort a deal.
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Is Leeku still offering his 3000 PCBs? I have a sad G81-3000 that could use an upgrade.
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Azhdar wrote:People that are interested in a 1800 leeku pcb at around 60$ (before shipping), please mark down your interest by quoting this here or pm me w/e.
I'll order a few from leeku based on this and then will contact you to sort a deal.

meeeee
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I am interested in a 1800 PCB and wrote you a PM, Azhdar.
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Azhdar wrote:People that are interested in a 1800 leeku pcb at around 60$ (before shipping), please mark down your interest by quoting this here or pm me w/e.
I'll order a few from leeku based on this and then will contact you to sort a deal.

here
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XMIT wrote:Is Leeku still offering his 3000 PCBs? I have a sad G81-3000 that could use an upgrade.

Apparently 3000's aren't currently in stock, this makes this mini GB 1800 only. .
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One question. Where are you goint to get the cases?
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XMIT wrote:Is Leeku still offering his 3000 PCBs? I have a sad G81-3000 that could use an upgrade.

Apparently 3000's aren't currently in stock, this makes this mini GB 1800 only. .

yep correct, he has not 3000 in stock and don't plan to produce more in a close future.

Noted you guys interest.
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pcaro wrote:One question. Where are you goint to get the cases?

Cases ?
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I don't really know much about the leeku PCB, will they fit into an original g80-1800 case?
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Stabilized wrote:I don't really know much about the leeku PCB, will they fit into an original g80-1800 case?

yes, the Leeku 1800 pcb fits perfectly in 1800 cases
For example, here is my backlit Dolch with Leeku 1800 pcb and Aluminium plate:

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If you get only the PCB you do not have to do anything to the case. If you get a plate, then you will have to cut a few notches in the top case internal ribs so it can fit.

P.S.: if you're wondering about the improvised wrist/palm rest, it's a slab of red granite and it weighs 2kg
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Great, thanks for the reply!
Another question; would they work in a Raptor K1 case, and would there be anyway to get the USB hub to work?
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Do not trust sethk.

He's scamming ppl. Fortunately paypal has buyer protection and i got my money back form LEDS groupbuy on GH
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