Lofree Digit Calculator

A retro yet mechanical calculator.

#2 Product of the DayAugust 17, 2018
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Lofree Digit Calculator is the first retro inspired mechanical calculator. Its mechanical switches offer a tactile and responsive typing experience to help let increase your efficiency and productivity.

Reviews
  • Nik Sobolev
    Nik SobolevProduct at CSOD | HR Tech I Blockchain
    Pros: 

    None

    Cons: 

    what type of problem is this solving?

    Just another piece of plastic we don't need...

    Nik Sobolev has never used this product.
  • Michael Lajlev
    Michael LajlevDigital product designer
    Pros: 

    Beautiful design

    Cons: 

    weight and getting it used

    Will probably not getting it used.

    Michael Lajlev has never used this product.
Discussion
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Justin Mitchell
Justin MitchellPro@jmitch · Keeping remote teams in sync @ Yac.Chat
Pretty sure this company is just churning out Alibaba goods on the reg now. How on earth they get funded on KS I'll never know.
Mike Ritchie
Mike Ritchie@mike_seekwell · SeekWell.io
@itsthisjustin What else did they "make"? edit - I see now, keyboards and speakers. I can see the keyboard working, but I'm surprise they have $32k pledged on a calculator
Justin Mitchell
Justin MitchellPro@jmitch · Keeping remote teams in sync @ Yac.Chat
@mike_seekwell Some awful "retro" tv alarm clock thing. It made it onto PH as well unfortunately.
Justin Mitchell
Justin MitchellPro@jmitch · Keeping remote teams in sync @ Yac.Chat
@mike_seekwell I doubt the pledges are legitimate to be honest. (I have zero proof of this, just a feeling)
Alexander Smekhov
Alexander Smekhov@asmekhov · Managing Director
Looks quite stylish, next step to make scientific calculator.
Dave Poly
Dave PolyPro@davepoly · Building Zenpost.com. Huge Marvel geek.
I honestly didn't know people still used physical calculators anymore. Apparently that's still a thing so if that's the case, this looks like a sleek 2018 option.
JakeWesorick
JakeWesorick@jakewesorick · Developer
Looks very stylish. But you can do anything this can do with ⌘ + Space and you don't have to take your hands off the keyboard.
David Sanchez
David Sanchez@david_sanchez3
Interest idea.