[W̶T̶T̶] Unused Zenith Z-150 1886 Make an offer

I am trading my 100% clean unused Zenith. I am up to trade really any keyboard I find interesting. Bonus for alps or IBM keyboards. I am also in the search for a Zenith ZKB-2 or Blue Alps keyboard(Extra Bonus). This keyboard has green alps and must have been stored in an enclosed area because there is 0 dust.

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That looks gorgeous! GLWS :) .
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Brett MacK wrote:I am trading my 100% clean unused Zenith. I would happily trade for another standard layout linear alps board or a standard layout blue alps board.

Not telling you what to do but I use to sell off any unusual layout keyboards in the past and I particularly despised any ISO layout's completely unusable and weird.

I now realize that those older styled keyboards in near new condition, had unique switches so I lost them permanently. I now wish that I never gotten rid of them in the first place.

Time changes everything including your own viewpoint, take it from an old man that time changes you completely and the stuff you use to hate, eventually grows on you and I'm not talking about my moustache and beard (the Mrs still hates it).
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Hmm very tasty & tempting. Unused clean SKCL Greens don't show up often. Now you write you are looking for either a Zenith ZKB-2 or Blue Alps keyboard, I have both but not in this great condition.
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That is one purty keyboard!
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Brett MacK wrote:I am trading my 100% clean unused Zenith. I would happily trade for another standard layout linear alps board or a standard layout blue alps board.

Not telling you what to do but I use to sell off any unusual layout keyboards in the past and I particularly despised any ISO layout's completely unusable and weird.

I now realize that those older styled keyboards in near new condition, had unique switches so I lost them permanently. I now wish that I never gotten rid of them in the first place.

Time changes everything including your own viewpoint, take it from an old man that time changes you completely and the stuff you use to hate, eventually grows on you and I'm not talking about my moustache and beard (the Mrs still hates it).

This man. He speaks the truth.
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Bump expanded trade options. I would also be willing to sell if someone was itching for this board.
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Brett MacK wrote:Bump expanded trade options. I would also be willing to sell if someone was itching for this board.

Sorry I backed out, good luck!
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Wow. That is the kind of keyboard that gets you a little tight in the pants.

Anything that would be worthwhile to trade are far too precious to me, but good luck. That is an amazing looking specimen.
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pixelheresy wrote:Wow. That is the kind of keyboard that gets you a little tight in the pants.

Totally agree with you there ;) .

This keyboard is for someone that can make it work with Windows 7, unfortunately it's beyond my skill set to achieve that elusive goal.

Good fortune to anyone here, who has that talent.....
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Elrick wrote:
pixelheresy wrote:Wow. That is the kind of keyboard that gets you a little tight in the pants.

Totally agree with you there ;) .

This keyboard is for someone that can make it work with Windows 7, unfortunately it's beyond my skill set to achieve that elusive goal.

Good fortune to anyone here, who has that talent.....
This one here? Orihalcon sells reset pin-included converters for these :) . Although they only work with the ones that have square-edged PCBs or something.
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Elrick wrote:
pixelheresy wrote:Wow. That is the kind of keyboard that gets you a little tight in the pants.

Totally agree with you there ;) .

This keyboard is for someone that can make it work with Windows 7, unfortunately it's beyond my skill set to achieve that elusive goal.

Good fortune to anyone here, who has that talent.....

I don't have the link on my right now, but I think that the Z-150 works with a converter programmed here.
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