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I got bitten by the mechanical keyboard bug! Here's my collection...

KBDFans Tofu65

The KBDFans Tofu65 keyboard with black aluminium case. Its keycaps are purple and black, and the alpha key legends have a gradient from turquoise to peach. It is in Mac ISO layout with a split left shift.

Absolutely obsessed with this keyboard. It's heavy, which means a lot of the sound is absorbed. Keyboards for me are about the look and feel, not the sound - so it's red switches all the way! I've been using it in the office, and nobody has complained, at least.

Right now it's wearing Mintlodica DSA Magic Girl keycaps, but I'm waiting for the KAT Space Dust group buy to ship which has taken approximately 50,000 years.

ikki68 Aurora x Dreamscape

The ikki68 Aurora keyboard with white and pastel purple polycarbonate case. A top-down view of a mechanical keyboard with ISO layout. Its keycaps form a sort of gradient, colours in stripes going diagonally left to right from peach to pink to purple to blue to white. There is also a small purple plate on the keyboard with stars engraved on it. SOme of the keys have cute symbols on like stars, moons, clouds and meteors; the ISO enter key has a constellation on it. The keyboard sits on top of a deskmat with a cat in space on it.
I got this as part of the Dreamscape group buy as I wanted a light-coloured keyboard - how could I resist those colours?? It's a polycarbonate base, so a bit louder than my Tofu even with silicone dampeners. I put o-rings on the keys and lubed the switches which helped a lot. It's wearing the keyset it was designed for: ePBT Dreamscape.

Mykeyclub MKC75

The MKC75 keyboard on a white desk. It has a pastel purple case, and white keys with pastel coloured accents: a purple CMD key, a blue alt key, and a green ISO enter key. The F-key row are all pastel coloured fruits.
An aluminium-body 75% keyboard with a rotary encoder. I've got the wired hotswap PCB, with DangKeebs HaluHalo switches and DSA Milkshake keycaps.

Owlab Voice Mini

A mint green macropad with six regular sized keyboard keys and an ISO enter key, plus a silver knob on the side. The keys are decorated with fruits.
The cutest little macropad in the history of the world. I never use it because I forget it's there, which makes me feel like a terrible person. It has some more DSA Milkshake fruity accent keys and a little rotary encoder on the side.

keeb.io BDN9 rev. 2

An angled view of the BDN9 macropad. It is a black square with two rotary knobs at the top, and 7 keys that are pastel coloured with fruit legends. There is a green cable plugged into it.
I use the rotary encoder as a volume control knob, but I haven't quite got round to finding a good use for the rest of the keys! I thought it would be useful for shortcuts in Logic, but old habits die hard and I still use the mouse a lot. It was a good starting project to get to grips with soldering, though. It's wearing some novelties from DSA Milkshake.