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Tenting Puck

SKU SKB-PCK-SLV-DUO
Original price €16,52 - Original price €28,88
Original price
€34,94
€28,88 excluding sales tax
€16,52 - €28,88
Current price €34,94
€28,88 excluding sales tax
List price includes 21% Dutch sales tax. It will be adjusted to your local tax rate during checkout.
Bundle: Pair
Color: Silver
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This product is not in stock at the moment, but can be preordered. All items in your order will be reserved for you. Your order will ship once all items are in stock. These items should be back in stock by 2023-02-22.

Some people prefer to use their keyboard laid flat on a table, others prefer to use it at an angle. While there are some do-it-yourself solutions out there, there wasn't yet a solution that proved to be both reliable, flexible and portable. Enter the tenting puck: an accessory that attaches to your splitkb.com keyboard which can be used together with any camera tripod to tent and tilt your keyboard exactly how you want it.

Specifications

  • Bead blasted, anodized aluminium makes for a long-lived lightweight part that look stylish to boot.
  • Features a 1/4th inch threaded tripod mounting hole, allowing to make use of a vast selection of widely available camera tripods.
  • Low profile doesn't add to the height of the case, allowing you to use your keyboard both tented and untented, making it portable.
  • Compatible with Kyria rev1.3 and future splitkb.com keyboards.
  • Every puck comes with four M2 4mm screws to mount it to a compatible keyboard PCB.

Accessories

The puck is compatible with the Kyria rev1.3 and requires a compatible top plate (with four additional holes, already sold with Kyria rev1.3 cases) and a compatible bottom plate which is available for purchase separately.

You can use most camera tripods with the puck. A good example which we recommend to start out with is the Manfrotto Pocket Tripod.

Remarks

Future splitkb.com keyboards will be compatible with the puck. Future keyboards sold at splitkb.com that aren't designed by Thomas Baart might be compatible, but will list compatability on their respective product pages.

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