[In-Stock] Iskar Keyboard
Never let a human do a machine's job.
The Iskar keyboard is Bitmap Studio's second entry. It is a 65% that features a bold mirror polished rim and significantly improved and streamlined acoustics and typing feel.
*This is an In-Stock Keyboard and will ship immediately.
The Iskar's Features:
- Case Material: Aluminum
Plate Material: PC (DEFAULT), Aluminum
Typing Angle: 7 Degrees
Front Height: 20mm
PCB: VIA Compatible, Hotswap. Designed by DrewKeys
- Dampening: PE Foam, PCB-Plate Foam, Case Foam
Each Iskar will include:
- Premium Anodized top and bottom case.
- Mirror-Polished PVD Stainless Steel Rim
- Mirror-Polished PVD Stainless Steel Weight
- PC Plate
- 12 Gasket Pads
- Silicone Rubber Feet
- 8x Case Screws, 2x Weight Screws
- 1x PE Foam
- 1x PORON PCB-Plate foam
- 1x PORON Case Foam
- Note: The Iskar DOES NOT include Switches, Stabilizers, or Keycaps.
Group Buy Information:
Group Buy will run: Jan 25th to Feb 8th
The slated shipping time is: 4-5 months after GB Close
The Iskar's warranty begins the day of the delivery of the board as stated by the shipping carrier's website. Any shipping problems must be claimed with the carrier and not Bitmap Studio. From the day of delivery, the cosmetic warranty expires as soon as the user begins to build the board (attaches gaskets, puts switches in plates). The functional warranty will last for 6 months. Iskar's warranty is only valid for the original buyer and is NOT transferable.
[Cosmetic Warranty] THE COSMETIC WARRANTY EXPIRES AS SOON AS THE USER BEGINS TO BUILD THE BOARD. ANY REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS BEYOND THIS IS FULLY UP TO THE DISCRETION OF BITMAP STUDIO. The warranty protects from defects outside of the quality requirements for the unit's graded stock. Any cosmetic issues will be evaluated individually and Bitmap Studio reserves the right to refuse replacement, repair, and all other reparations for all cosmetic problems based on the discretion of Bitmap Studio.
[Functional Warranty] Functional problems for A-Stock boards are evaluated on if they affect the normal everyday function of the board. If an issue leads the board to not function as intended, such as if (a) key(s) don't register, the board doesn't screw together, or if the keys are inhibited from moving in any way.