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UK Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard

FKBN105MC/UKFB2

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Filco's Ninja has the same layout as a standard UK keyboard, but instead of having legends on the top of the keys it has legends on the front of the keys. This Keyboard combines the high quality typing feel of Cherry MX switches, steel mounted in a rock solid body with full N-key Rollover function, all put together in a very slick package.

£130.00 (£108.33 ex VAT) 

UK Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard - FKBN105MC/UKFB2

N-Key Rollover allows multiple simultaneous key presses to be recognized by your computer. A big help for the superfast typist or serious gamer. These keyboards just make you want to type.
The Ninja comes with 2 sets of Windows keys 1 set top printed, 1 set front printed, and a key puller to help you change the keys.
  • Tactile feel, audible click action (blue switch)
  • Gold contacts
  • 4.0mm travel
  • 2.0mm actuation point
  • 60g ~ 2.1oz actuating force keyswitch
  • Switches tested to 50 million actuations
  • Blue LED's

UK Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard - FKBN105MC/UKFB2

Manufacturer
Part Number
FKBN105MC/UKFB2
Connection
Combi USB & PS/2
Cable length
1.5 Metre
Language Layout
United Kingdom
Number of keys/buttons
105
Switch Type
Cherry MX Blue
Length
440 mm
Depth
138 mm
Height
36 mm
Weight
1.24 kg
Compatible
PC
Gross Weight
1.7 kg

UK Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard - FKBN105MC/UKFB2

  BFNK  02/12/2017
What an excellent piece! I was very excited to order this model and can now see that my choice was as optimal as it could have been.

The beauty of this keyboard is in its simplicity - its design is completely classical, while the side-printed keycaps only add to the visuals by taking a step back in a good way. I wanted something exactly like this. The lack of backlighting is something that might throw some people off, but if you are used to this classical shape and form, you should be all good even while using the KB in the darkness.

My particular model came with the MX Blue switches, which I hoped would feel great - and they really do. The clicky feeling is very enjoyable and responsive. I had some idea of what I am after, though, so I can only speak for the Blues. I am also not a mech KB specialist, but can definitely appreciate the experience regardless.

In terms of quality, the product seems impeccable to me - very sturdy - there is no audible rattle when you hold the KB up and shake it. The buttons feel robust and durable. They keycaps feel nice to the touch. Typing is a joyful experience. My only critique would be that the cable could be a tad bit longer (it is just perfect for me at the moment, but if I had to go a few centimeters further I would have had a problem), and it could also be detachable out-of-the-box. Perhaps this is something that can be implemented in a further release of this model. In my case everything fits very well, though, so no real complaint here.

After many years of using normal, non-mech KBs, I think my entry choice was the best I could have made with this model and I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone that might be considering it. I could have went with a mainstream gamer's choice, but had a feeling that Filco would offer something more subtle, yet of better quality. Less flashiness and more reliability.

The parcel delivery from Keyboard Co. was also exactly on time and reliable.

5/5
  M  21/10/2016
I like this keyboard a lot. I really don't like the over-the-top designs of a lot of keyboards, I don't like LEDs in my keyboards, and I don't need macro buttons since I use a Razer Orbweaver.

This keyboard is a great alternative. It's very heavy, extremely well-built, and great to use. I bought some red o-rings to dampen the noise a bit since this one was for the office - I have the tenkeyless model at home and it's a lot louder without them if you habitually bottom out like I do.

My only complaint is that the plastic the key caps are made from gets quite shiny over time from the grease on your hands. This really doesn't suit the very minimalist aesthetic that they're going for on this board.

I did find that some of the keys with a stabiliser bar were a bit squeaky. I fixed it by applying a tiny amount of lithium grease to the white plastic hooks and the stabiliser.
  Dan  05/07/2016
Firstly, this keyboard arrived on time, packaged both thoughtfully and with care for my products and the environment.

I've had nice boards in the past. I've tended to purchase more gaming-orientated keyboards where the focus is on pacakging, colours and materials. On unboxing my Filco board, I was pleased but underwhelmed. The money that I paid had definitely not been spent on graphic design or branding.

The box is nice and sturdy, has a picture of the keyboard on it and a few labels. Buying a solid, professional quality keyboard, I can't see why you'd want anything else.

Once the board is out of the box, I really noticed the weight, the quality of finish and the overall look of the board. Being a 'ninja' (side-printed) board it's not breath-taking to look at, unless you really have a thing for the colour black. I immediately plugged it in to my Mac, quickly configured my modifier keys and began typing. I've not been using a mech board at this office yet and was acutely aware that it's really loud compared to my previous rubbish Mac keyboard that had long outstayed it's welcome on my desk.

I also purchased some red o-rings and found they made a difference to both the feel of the key travel and the overall volume and sound quality of my board. It's retained it's 'click' but is enough quieter to not feel anti-social in such a quiet office. I much prefer the feel of the keys with a little dampening at the bottom of their travel.

Getting acquainted with the ninjaside-printed keys took very little time. Having spent a little time getting to know each other, I'm typing much faster and noticeably more accurately. I think this is going to be my daily driver for a long time!

My only criticism of this board, and I knew the situation before I purchased: the USB cable isn't removable. To remedy this I've purcahsed a 3rd party cable that can be retro-fitted and allows you to disconnect the bulk of the cable to make moving the board around easier. I don't think I'll be doing it often, but it looks cool - in all honesty I'll probably just buy a second one for home!

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