WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool
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- Wires can bend outward to fit onto every key except the spacebar
- Holds up to 3 keys to speed up key removal
- Molded handle features an integrated case opening flat edge
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A big upgrade from the plastic key puller tool when you frequently remove keycaps. Wires can bend outward to fit onto every key except the spacebar. (The spacebar key can be removed by hand after the surrounding keys are removed). Holds up to 3 keys to speed up key removal. The molded handle features an integrated case opening flat edge. Compatible with with most mechanical keyboards including Cherry MX, Alps, and Topre switches. Do not use on "scissor" type switches.
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I used this on like three or four different keyboards and it didn't break or anything. Five stars.
Just a note to people planning on doing what I did. Be careful that you know where the metal retaining clips are. You do no want to destroy or damage them.
Overall I would happily buy this tool again. It worked great. Attached are a few photos on how the tool works and a video as well showing how to remove the keys. It was super easy.
My CoolerMaster brand keyboard came with a little plastic doohickey with 2 hooks that worked a lot faster.
And, it doesn't work well on spacebars - they're just too long (and the little plastic doohickey works on spacebars).
As for criticism I couldn't figure out how to get it to remove multiple keys in a row, not sure what the description is referring to. Maybe the handle material/texture could be a bit grippier.
Still, I'd recommend it to anyone.
Some of the keys were too small for this keypuller to really work all that well (I managed to get it in there, but barely) and some of the keys were actually too big and I had to barely hook the two corners of said keys to get them out, and a few of the keys there was just no way this was going to pull them, I had to actually pry with a screwdriver to get those keys off.
But that's more the quirks of having a non-standard keyboard rather than a fault of the product, to be honest, but it is a good caveat to mention if you are looking to buy one of these. If you have a standard straight keyboard, it should work fine. If you have something non-standard with oddly shaped keys like an ergo keyboard... it might be somewhat of a challenge and you might need an extra tool or two.
I only wish it were more compact, and that the wires would naturally hold a half-open position instead of fully closed (which requires a little more work to get it onto the keys you want to remove).
Price could be a buck or two less, but I'm not going to fret over pocket change. The flat plastic wedge handle seems like it could be useful for prying open the bodies of some keyboards, but it looks like it might be a bit too thick for most boards, where a credit card is usually just barely small enough.