Introducing our Metal Keycaps ESC Personalized DIY Customization Shuriken, the perfect accessory to personalize and add a touch of style to your mechanical keyboard.
Crafted from high-quality metal, these keycaps are built to last and provide a premium feel. The ESC keycap features a unique shuriken design, adding an element of intrigue and uniqueness to your keyboard setup.
With our DIY customization option, you have the opportunity to personalize your keycap further. Whether you want to engrave your initials, a favorite symbol, or a custom design, these keycaps provide the perfect canvas for your creativity. Let your keyboard reflect your individuality and make it truly yours.
Designed specifically for the ESC key, these keycaps are easy to install and compatible with most mechanical keyboards that feature standard keycap sizes. Simply remove your existing ESC keycap and replace it with the personalized metal keycap for an instant upgrade.
Not only do these keycaps offer a stylish and personalized aesthetic, but they also provide a satisfying typing experience. The solid metal construction adds weight and stability to the key, resulting in a more substantial feel when pressing the ESC key.
Upgrade your keyboard with our Metal Keycaps ESC Personalized DIY Customization Shuriken and make a statement with a personalized touch. Showcase your creativity and individuality while enjoying a premium typing experience. Transform your keyboard into a reflection of your style with these unique and customizable keycaps.
Kathi Okamura –
As described thanks
Speranzio Bartolone –
It sounds nicely
A bit wobbly on the stem
Must press very hard to fit
Not sure of profile
Blocks all LED lighting very solid very shiny
Noisy when spinning
Have tried to lubricate
Do not do so
Ellie Julius –
Susann Masson –
So look for
Renesmae Knapp –
More don’t accept look cool
Alfredo Lamanna –
These keycaps are great, especially for the price. They spin really well. Only problem I had with them is that the stem portion on some of them is a bit tight and can really scuff up the switch’s stem (see image). Only 1 out of the 4 keycaps I had purchased was tight enough to damage my switch (which was a spare so I don’t mind). So I would advise testing them out first on a spare switch if you have one.