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I use this on my Unicomp SpaceSaver keyboard (the best keyboard out there!) to remove the standard, lettered keys and replace them with blank, black ones. All you have to do is put the wired section parallel over each key, press down, turn to a diagonal and pull. My keys come right off with little resistance.
The reason I gave it four stars was because of durability. As of now, I've no issues with the puller, but it does seem slightly flimsy. Only time will tell, and I will post an update when I've had a good long while to use this tool.
My keys more closely resemble the original IBM Model M, but I'm sure it can come in handy for other desktop keyboards.
The insure smooth operation consider using the lubricant that is commonly used in SCUBA diving practice.
Namely, silicone grease.... grease, not liquid.
It is long lasting and non corrosive and non reactive to plastic or O-rings and non-conductive.
Use a toothpick or something similar that is non fibrous to apply a TINY amount of grease.
Ikelite O ring Lubricant O rings Tubes
The portion where the metal is inserted into the plastic feels solid for those wondering.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used this to refurbish my Northgate Omnikey 102
No frills but did the job without damaging any of the Keycaps.
Flimsy and cheap but it works! We use these for selling keyboard keys, just wish they were a bit more reliable (the metal bends and kinks easily)Published on December 10, 2013 by Mark Twain
This is a really valuable tool that makes it easy to clean a keyboard. You have to have a keyboard with removable keys, of course.Published on July 23, 2013 by Jack J. Gerber
It's a keycap puller and it does exactly that. I'm happy with the item and the service. Not much to compare it too.Published on March 5, 2013 by athan
Should last fine for the next few years since it's not like I need it very often. Might want to get a different one if you use it daily though.Published on December 11, 2012 by Joshua J. Sleeper