The color is a bit off since the key is glossy and my Turbot keyboard keys aren't, but it's not very noticeable and not WASD's fault. Regardless, having more options would be appreciated. I would pay more for color options for the printed text and a matt black color option for the key. (Posted on 10/12/16)
Went for the Ubuntu logo but with custom colours (the Kubuntu blue on black keys, and the Ubuntu orange on white keys) and they look pretty fetching, particularly the Ubuntu orange on white ones. With the black ones, there's a bit of fringing and you can see some white around the edges, which (unsurprisingly then) you don't see on the white ones. It's only even a minor niggle on the black ones (have to look very close to see it), and if you're an Ubuntu user looking for white keycaps I can recommend #E95420 printing on white keys with no reservations. (Posted on 7/8/16)
I got two black tux keys and they fit right into my rosewell. I'm surprised they matched so perfectly. My only complaint is that tux is a little fuzzy compared to my other keys, but he still looks pretty good and cute. (Posted on 6/17/16)
These keycaps are fine for normal keyboards but not the CODE. They will not allow backlighting through and they do not sell a set that does. Additionally, you can not return this set at all as it is against their return policy. (Posted on 8/13/15)
Ordered the "Mac" keycap set for my 87-key CODE keyboard. The keys sent do include the symbol and "command" text. Now that I've said something good about them...
They are a different color of black. They are shiny vs. flat like the other black keys I've seen on WASD keyboards. The surface of the keys have lines, like you'd see on something printed or carved out of plastic. The "fit" is not as good as the keys that come standard on the CODE keyboard. You don't get that satisfying feel when seating the keys.
I'll probably throw these in a drawer and go back to the blank OS keys that came original on the keyboard, even though my fingers seem to like to avoid using blank keys, which is really odd since you can't see these keys under my palms while I'm typing. It's like my fingers have eyes! (Posted on 6/17/15)
I bought two black Tux keys for my Corsair Vengeance K70 RGB.
My main complaint is that the logo is a bit fuzzy from close up, i.e., not very sharp, given that the Tux logo actually has some fine detail. So, not a great match there.
Also, the black surface area is not perfectly smooth. There is some horizontal striping. But this is probably only obvious when compared to the native Corsair K70 keycaps.
It's unfortunate that the key-caps do not show backlight, but I knew that before I bought them. Also, there are some differences in shape to the native Corsair K70 keycaps, but they don't stand out all that much, and I could not have expected a perfect match. (Posted on 4/16/15)