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USA V80 Tenkeyless Olivetti Quiet Click Keyboard


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The KB Paradise V80 is a Tenkeyless keyboard, a standard layout keyboard without a keypad, roughly 80% of the size of a standard keyboard.
The keyboard has Matias Quiet Click switches and doubleshot keycaps in an Olivetti theme, beige and grey keycaps with dark blue legends, US layout.
A double shot keycap instead of having it's legend lasered or printed on to it, actually has the legend running through it like a stick of rock so it will never wear away.

£124.99 (£104.16 ex VAT) 

USA V80 Tenkeyless Olivetti Quiet Click Keyboard - KBP-V80MTS-Q-OLI

It also has bright white caps lock and scroll lock LED's and comes with a detachable braided USB cable.

USA V80 Tenkeyless Olivetti Quiet Click Keyboard - KBP-V80MTS-Q-OLI

KB Paradise
Part Number
Cable length
1.8 Metre
Language Layout
Number of keys/buttons
Switch Type
Matias Quiet Click
355 mm
138 mm
39 mm
980 g
Gross Weight
1.3 kg

USA V80 Tenkeyless Olivetti Quiet Click Keyboard - KBP-V80MTS-Q-OLI

  Steven Y  10/10/2016
(I actually want to give the keyboard 4.5 5 but the ratings system doesn't allow half star ratings).

I've been using the keyboard for just over a week now on a Mac and like Orange Striped Lemon, I'm loving it too despite some minor niggles.

I'm still new to the mechanical keyboard world and only have the Razer (Razer Greens), WASD keyboards (Cherry Blues) and a Cherry Switch tester to compare against.

The switches themselves are incredibly quiet, similar to volume to my membrane keyboard (if not quieter) and perfect for an open office environment. They also have a much better and cleaner tactile feel across the whole of the key compared to Cherry Browns which are are only across one side.

As an unfortunate side affect from the switches being so quiet, it means that the rattle from the stabilisers on the enter, backspace, etc keys are much more noticeable. In the end, I had to remove the backspace stabiliser because it was bothering me so much in every day use.

The keycaps don't quite feel as 'nice' as the WASD keyboard but I can't put my finger on why besides it feeling less 'solid'. The slightly roughmatte texture of the keycaps also makes it feel a bit cheaper which is unfortunate. I would have preferred a smooth surface as I run my fingers across the keys when typing.

The keyboard as a whole feels solid to use and now very happy to be using a mechanical keyboard in the office without bothering my co-workers.
  Orange Striped Lemon  18/08/2016
I'm using this keyboard for 6 months now and I'm loving it.
The Matias Quiet Click keys are my favourites, they feel just right to me.
Even the slight key wobble doesn't bother me at all. They're indeed quiet and tactile.

I prefer the standard TKL layout of this keyboard to the Matias Mini Quiet Pro layout.

The Olivetti key design is just fabulous, the casing on the other hand is just ok, it's run-of-the-mill plastic unfortunately.

Please note that the V80 doesn't come with DIP switches, or other power user features and the usb cord placement isn't ideal.

I'd recommend this keyboard to people who can live with a few build quality flaws and like tactile, soft and quiet keys with a slight wobble.

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