Lofree Four Seasons Keyboard

A colorful wireless mechanical keyboard with Mac layouts

#1 Product of the DayDecember 03, 2017

Lofree Four Seasons Keyboard is a colorful wireless mechanical keyboard with Mac layouts offers less forceful typing

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Love the product, but that video narration has got to go. Sounds like an infomercial.
@joshuapinter thanks for your comment, we will let our video friends know this :)
@joshuapinter it’s quite annoying aye? Great product though.
@joshuapinter also, the guy says "tactical feel" instead of "tactile feel" at 00:54 :D
Same keyboard with different colored caps available here... https://www.aliexpress.com/item/... And here... https://www.aliexpress.com/store... But hey the colors are nice.
@frantzlight Hi Chris, what you saw is the 1st generation keyboard, the upgraded 2nd generation keyboard (aka Four Seasons) has some significant upgrade which you can see on our Indiegogo page.
@fabricio_chan Could you give a quick list of the differences between the generations?
@jonzhan thanks for your comment. Improvements of the Four Seasons are made based on customer opinion of the 1st Lofree keyboard. The placement of ‘1’ and ‘Q’ are rearranged to a common position, switches under ‘Shift’, ‘Enter’ and the Space Bar are transformed into a single switch, which puts less strain on your fingers. And ‘Backspace’ and ‘Capslock’ are bigger for optimised typing experience. Hope it helps.
where was this one week ago when I bought a magic keyboard :(
@andrewfturnerjr You may consider switch to the Four Seasons keyboard :)
@andrewfturnerjr Apple has a 14 day return policy. Looks like you have 7 days left to return it...
@joshuapinter I got it used from Amazon.. this is nice enough to splurge on though.
I like mechanical keyboards because it reminds of of a typewriter. I hate mechanical keyboards because the the sound is loud like a typewriter. 🎧 Headphones are a must. Dope🚬🚬
@dredurr Thanks for telling us your thoughts
As a die hard mechanical keyboard user, this keyboard looks very interesting, and I've just backed this project.
@jaux much appreciated!