• Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
  • Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2
Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2

Filco Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, USA Keyboard FKBN104MC/EB2

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  • 4.0mm travel
  • Switches tested to 50 million actuations
  • Blue LED's

Customer Reviews

Professional look with high build quality I don't know what I was missing until I got one of these. I've always been turned off by the RGB gamer ricer styled keyboards. I don't think it matches for a work environment. These Filco keyboards are built with professionalism in mind. It is pretty pricey but I could see this thing out lasting me.If you work in a small office and you don't want to bother you coworkers. I suggest you get some of those little o-ring dampeners that are about 0.2mm in thickness. They will prevent the keys from bottoming out and creating extra clicking. It does take some of the sanctification away from the keyboard. I put those o-rings on every key except the shift and enter keys. I wanted some bottoming out and extra clicking upon ENTER =).All in all, I think for someone who spends a lot of time on a computer. These types of keyboards are highly recommended. They provide a satisfying typing experience. I don't know if I could go back to the normal keyboards now. 5An amazing keyboard with one big flaw. This is a great keyboard with one fatal flaw. I'm not sure if I'd buy it again.PROS:GREAT build qualityKeys are responsive and feel great.Standard key layout, no nonsenseCON:Key print wears off quicklySeriously, for a keyboard of this price, we should be getting double shot keys or something else that doesn't start wearing away after a few months. It wouldn't be a big deal if the keyboard were cheaper, but for $160 I'm expecting greatness. If you're going to be using this as your main keyboard, expect to replace the keys down the road. The keys on my Rosewill use the exact same print material as this Filco, and the Rosewill is half the price. 3Good, but not great. Like:Its well built.It has a cover to keep dust out of the keyboard.Very good rubber feet on it.Cord is attached inside the keyboard, so no coming off.Cord is not rubber like, and doesnt 'catch' on everything.Cord is softish, so it isnt really stiff and has to be taped down or anything.Dislike:It is very laggy in games. I dont know if its because its usb and windows 8.1, but there is sever lag in some games.VERY loud clicking. People complain about it when I am gaming or on skype and talking.Numlock does not turn on with my computer like other keyboards do.Not good for typing. Barely hit a key and it registers, making for more typing as you have to keep going back to fix mistakes.Expensive. Very expensive.Long shipping time (I think it came from China. 3Filco's Majestouch is Perfection in a Keyboard Hello. I have waited several months before writing this review and have been using my Filco Majestouch-2 every day for the past several months so that I could be accurate in my review. The first time I took this magnificent keyboard out of its box and touched a key, I knew it would be exactly what I had hoped for. I promptly took it in to work and used it for the entire day. I couldn't believe the difference it made. I am a fast typist (100 wpm). A slower typist might not notice too much of a difference, although I don't see how that is possible either. I was afraid someone might steal my keyboard, so I packed it up at the end of the day and took it home. I pulled out my regular keyboard the next day and was instantly sorry. How do I explain the touch in this Filco? The keys are spring-loaded somehow. My fingers require such little pressure to type and when I am going fast as I always do, it's almost like my fingers are gliding on the keyboard. Going back to my regular Microsoft keyboard, I felt like I was typing on soggy bread. That's as close as I can explain it. I never thought I'd ever find the "perfect" keyboard, and I have NEVER purchased a keyboard I couldn't touch first. But I am so glad that I trusted the other reviews, I am purchasing a second one for home use, and it has made all the difference. One minor thing I did not like is that the cord was too short. But an extension USB cord fixed that right away. Another thing I did love about this is that my Apple laptop recognized the keyboard, and it pairs perfectly in sync. If you're a fast typist and touch matters to you, I'd say look no further. This keyboard is a wonderful asset, and I don't believe it can get any better than this. 5Ahhhh Mechanical Keyboard mmm.... Yes. It is worth it. Get it.My experience with RED switched: much "mushier" than expected. Like the difference between a mattress and a water bed. Clearly different, questionably more comfortable at first.Definitely not for typers! If primarily for typing, get BLUE or BROWN switches. Red switches cause a lot of typos. Picture a light touch to any key and it registers the key press. I can type a long word faster than on any keyboard, but I can accidentally mix in an extra letter easier as well.For games, it is the best switch you can get. Objective evidence I have is my Starcraft II APM, used to range around 80-100 when I quit 2 months ago. When I tried playing it again, I was rusty and forgot any strategies or techniques, lost a lot, but my APM was 130+ right away. I can hit keys at rates almost twice as fast as on my macbook. All presses will register, and no cap to simultaneous presses.Definitely giving this 5 stars, but again if you are not using it primarily for gaming, get blue or brown switches. If you are using it for gaming, be like the professional starcraft gamers and buy red switches.Vote up if you found this review helpful. 5Terrific keyboard, but you really pay for it... The keyboard is almost perfect. It's rock solid and has a terrific feel, exactly as I like. There are only two drawbacks. First, the key travel is 4mm which is a bit longer than I prefer (and I've found no Red switch keyboard with a shorter travel). Second, the keyboard costs a mint, partially since, so far, you can't get them domestically. Between the high price and intl. shipping the price tends to be somewhere between $150 and $200. If you could get this keyboard for something south of $100 I would stock up and get about three of them (two for different systems at home and one for the office). As it is I broke down and bought two, but still feel a bit stupid laying out over $350 for just two keyboards. At least they are built like tanks, so I doubt I'll ever need to replace them unless I have an unfortunate accident with some food or drink. So if you can justify the price, get it, you won't regret it.I forgot to mention in my original review my primary use of the keyboard, which can be quite important in this case. I do a small amount of gaming, but not such that the keyboard action becomes critical. My primary use is for programming and of course typical computer use, writing emails, etc.I should also mention that if you are used to most keyboards made today (and how could you not be), you will have maybe a two week transition period when you begin using this keyboard. It requires very little pressure to register a click and when you first begin using the keyboard you are quite likely to register unintended keystrokes for a week or two. Once past the learning curve, the keyboard is a pure joy to use. I love the soft pressure of the keys combined with the absolutely solid stop at the bottom of the stroke. I hate keyboards with a mushy feel where you never seem to really hit bottom, when I get to the bottom of the stroke, I want a hard stop. So if that is your preference, this is the keyboard for you. 4It's a good quality keyboard but I don't like the feet or lack of volume controls I tried this keyboard for a couple of weeks. The typing action/tactile response was fine. Typical Cherry switch feel. Overall, it feels like a well-made keyboard but so do many others I've tried for less than half the cost. Money isn't an issue for me when it comes to keyboards because I use one all day long and I have to be 110% happy with it. IOne thing in particular I did not like: Whenever I pushed the keyboard even slightly, say, to adjust it's position or to move it to make room on my desk, the feet collapse. Every single time. No other keyboard I've owned did this. What I did not think about before I bought it, was that the keyboard does not have any volume controls. I did not realize how much I used them on my keyboard. I decided to return it.. 4Built like a tank Built like a tank, none of that annoying RGB crap, flawless clicky and loud blue switches, and a good stiff case. I use this for gaming almost daily and typing a lot on it. This review is 2 years after purchase and the only thing that makes it better is ordering the SA profile keycaps in chocolate brown. Retro and comfy at the same time. Also, the doubleshot SA keycaps add some depth to the click sound. Filco fan for life. 5great tactile, non-clicky mechanical keyboard This is a Filco keyboard with cherry MX brown switches, which have a slight tactile bump but no clicking noise. There will still be a "clacking" noise when/if the keys bottom out and hit the base of the keyboard while you are typing. These feel much better than your typical rubber membrane keyboard and are built like a tank.You can find plenty of other websites that go into detail comparing the various types of mechanical keyboard switches (Geekhack, Deskthority), so the only other thing I will add is that I bought this keyboard from The Keyboard Co's Amazon storefront that has fulfillment via Amazon and ships from the US. The only problem is that these keyboards are almost always out of stock on The Keyboard Co's Amazon store. If you want to buy one of these and happen to see that they are in stock here, buy it immediately because it will likely go out of stock again very soon.You can also buy directly from The Keyboard Co's own website: [...] It is priced in GBP and ships from the UK, but the price can still be comparable to what you would pay in USD on Amazon depending on the exchange rate (right now the dollar is fairly strong). Just make sure your credit card doesn't have any foreign transaction fees. 55 Year Review of Filco Majestouch (Brown Switch) This was the first mechanical keyboard I've ever bought. For starters, who know nothing better, this is a great mechanical keyboard. If I had to tell someone to start somewhere, today I would instead recommend the WASD keyboards (For around the same price, but more customization in hardware as well as firmware as well as a detachable cable), but this one will always hold a special place in my heart.Pros:- Flexible switch for gamers, typing enthusiasts- Not too loud (doesn't have a click switch)- Good tactile feedbackCons:- Switch can be a bit light for some users, at times I would be resting my hand and then after a while accidentally press a key down past activation (I've now switched to Clears which require a little more force)- Blue light!!! So annoying! For night time use, this thing is blazing bright when viewed directly from above.One star off literally because of the bright blue lights. Everything else can be excused, but not my night vision :PFor the reviewer that said the key legends are wearing off, mine are still all quite legible after 5 years of use. They have dimmed in some cases, but still readable. This keyboard was so liked that our company bought them for all the designers/programmers in the building. One of them said "Damn! This keyboard is built like a tank!" and I have to admit, for a first time mechanical keyboard enthusiast this is a great keyboard. (And again, looking back, wish I would have started with a WASD, but the journey has been worth it and enjoyable).Picture comparison of the lightless WASD 60% keyboard and this blue-light Filco full keyboard. 4
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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Description
  • 4.0mm travel
  • Switches tested to 50 million actuations
  • Blue LED's
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Professional look with high build quality I don't know what I was missing until I got one of these. I've always been turned off by the RGB gamer ricer styled keyboards. I don't think it matches for a work environment. These Filco keyboards are built with professionalism in mind. It is pretty pricey but I could see this thing out lasting me.If you work in a small office and you don't want to bother you coworkers. I suggest you get some of those little o-ring dampeners that are about 0.2mm in thickness. They will prevent the keys from bottoming out and creating extra clicking. It does take some of the sanctification away from the keyboard. I put those o-rings on every key except the shift and enter keys. I wanted some bottoming out and extra clicking upon ENTER =).All in all, I think for someone who spends a lot of time on a computer. These types of keyboards are highly recommended. They provide a satisfying typing experience. I don't know if I could go back to the normal keyboards now. 5An amazing keyboard with one big flaw. This is a great keyboard with one fatal flaw. I'm not sure if I'd buy it again.PROS:GREAT build qualityKeys are responsive and feel great.Standard key layout, no nonsenseCON:Key print wears off quicklySeriously, for a keyboard of this price, we should be getting double shot keys or something else that doesn't start wearing away after a few months. It wouldn't be a big deal if the keyboard were cheaper, but for $160 I'm expecting greatness. If you're going to be using this as your main keyboard, expect to replace the keys down the road. The keys on my Rosewill use the exact same print material as this Filco, and the Rosewill is half the price. 3Good, but not great. Like:Its well built.It has a cover to keep dust out of the keyboard.Very good rubber feet on it.Cord is attached inside the keyboard, so no coming off.Cord is not rubber like, and doesnt 'catch' on everything.Cord is softish, so it isnt really stiff and has to be taped down or anything.Dislike:It is very laggy in games. I dont know if its because its usb and windows 8.1, but there is sever lag in some games.VERY loud clicking. People complain about it when I am gaming or on skype and talking.Numlock does not turn on with my computer like other keyboards do.Not good for typing. Barely hit a key and it registers, making for more typing as you have to keep going back to fix mistakes.Expensive. Very expensive.Long shipping time (I think it came from China. 3Filco's Majestouch is Perfection in a Keyboard Hello. I have waited several months before writing this review and have been using my Filco Majestouch-2 every day for the past several months so that I could be accurate in my review. The first time I took this magnificent keyboard out of its box and touched a key, I knew it would be exactly what I had hoped for. I promptly took it in to work and used it for the entire day. I couldn't believe the difference it made. I am a fast typist (100 wpm). A slower typist might not notice too much of a difference, although I don't see how that is possible either. I was afraid someone might steal my keyboard, so I packed it up at the end of the day and took it home. I pulled out my regular keyboard the next day and was instantly sorry. How do I explain the touch in this Filco? The keys are spring-loaded somehow. My fingers require such little pressure to type and when I am going fast as I always do, it's almost like my fingers are gliding on the keyboard. Going back to my regular Microsoft keyboard, I felt like I was typing on soggy bread. That's as close as I can explain it. I never thought I'd ever find the "perfect" keyboard, and I have NEVER purchased a keyboard I couldn't touch first. But I am so glad that I trusted the other reviews, I am purchasing a second one for home use, and it has made all the difference. One minor thing I did not like is that the cord was too short. But an extension USB cord fixed that right away. Another thing I did love about this is that my Apple laptop recognized the keyboard, and it pairs perfectly in sync. If you're a fast typist and touch matters to you, I'd say look no further. This keyboard is a wonderful asset, and I don't believe it can get any better than this. 5Ahhhh Mechanical Keyboard mmm.... Yes. It is worth it. Get it.My experience with RED switched: much "mushier" than expected. Like the difference between a mattress and a water bed. Clearly different, questionably more comfortable at first.Definitely not for typers! If primarily for typing, get BLUE or BROWN switches. Red switches cause a lot of typos. Picture a light touch to any key and it registers the key press. I can type a long word faster than on any keyboard, but I can accidentally mix in an extra letter easier as well.For games, it is the best switch you can get. Objective evidence I have is my Starcraft II APM, used to range around 80-100 when I quit 2 months ago. When I tried playing it again, I was rusty and forgot any strategies or techniques, lost a lot, but my APM was 130+ right away. I can hit keys at rates almost twice as fast as on my macbook. All presses will register, and no cap to simultaneous presses.Definitely giving this 5 stars, but again if you are not using it primarily for gaming, get blue or brown switches. If you are using it for gaming, be like the professional starcraft gamers and buy red switches.Vote up if you found this review helpful. 5Terrific keyboard, but you really pay for it... The keyboard is almost perfect. It's rock solid and has a terrific feel, exactly as I like. There are only two drawbacks. First, the key travel is 4mm which is a bit longer than I prefer (and I've found no Red switch keyboard with a shorter travel). Second, the keyboard costs a mint, partially since, so far, you can't get them domestically. Between the high price and intl. shipping the price tends to be somewhere between $150 and $200. If you could get this keyboard for something south of $100 I would stock up and get about three of them (two for different systems at home and one for the office). As it is I broke down and bought two, but still feel a bit stupid laying out over $350 for just two keyboards. At least they are built like tanks, so I doubt I'll ever need to replace them unless I have an unfortunate accident with some food or drink. So if you can justify the price, get it, you won't regret it.I forgot to mention in my original review my primary use of the keyboard, which can be quite important in this case. I do a small amount of gaming, but not such that the keyboard action becomes critical. My primary use is for programming and of course typical computer use, writing emails, etc.I should also mention that if you are used to most keyboards made today (and how could you not be), you will have maybe a two week transition period when you begin using this keyboard. It requires very little pressure to register a click and when you first begin using the keyboard you are quite likely to register unintended keystrokes for a week or two. Once past the learning curve, the keyboard is a pure joy to use. I love the soft pressure of the keys combined with the absolutely solid stop at the bottom of the stroke. I hate keyboards with a mushy feel where you never seem to really hit bottom, when I get to the bottom of the stroke, I want a hard stop. So if that is your preference, this is the keyboard for you. 4It's a good quality keyboard but I don't like the feet or lack of volume controls I tried this keyboard for a couple of weeks. The typing action/tactile response was fine. Typical Cherry switch feel. Overall, it feels like a well-made keyboard but so do many others I've tried for less than half the cost. Money isn't an issue for me when it comes to keyboards because I use one all day long and I have to be 110% happy with it. IOne thing in particular I did not like: Whenever I pushed the keyboard even slightly, say, to adjust it's position or to move it to make room on my desk, the feet collapse. Every single time. No other keyboard I've owned did this. What I did not think about before I bought it, was that the keyboard does not have any volume controls. I did not realize how much I used them on my keyboard. I decided to return it.. 4Built like a tank Built like a tank, none of that annoying RGB crap, flawless clicky and loud blue switches, and a good stiff case. I use this for gaming almost daily and typing a lot on it. This review is 2 years after purchase and the only thing that makes it better is ordering the SA profile keycaps in chocolate brown. Retro and comfy at the same time. Also, the doubleshot SA keycaps add some depth to the click sound. Filco fan for life. 5great tactile, non-clicky mechanical keyboard This is a Filco keyboard with cherry MX brown switches, which have a slight tactile bump but no clicking noise. There will still be a "clacking" noise when/if the keys bottom out and hit the base of the keyboard while you are typing. These feel much better than your typical rubber membrane keyboard and are built like a tank.You can find plenty of other websites that go into detail comparing the various types of mechanical keyboard switches (Geekhack, Deskthority), so the only other thing I will add is that I bought this keyboard from The Keyboard Co's Amazon storefront that has fulfillment via Amazon and ships from the US. The only problem is that these keyboards are almost always out of stock on The Keyboard Co's Amazon store. If you want to buy one of these and happen to see that they are in stock here, buy it immediately because it will likely go out of stock again very soon.You can also buy directly from The Keyboard Co's own website: [...] It is priced in GBP and ships from the UK, but the price can still be comparable to what you would pay in USD on Amazon depending on the exchange rate (right now the dollar is fairly strong). Just make sure your credit card doesn't have any foreign transaction fees. 55 Year Review of Filco Majestouch (Brown Switch) This was the first mechanical keyboard I've ever bought. For starters, who know nothing better, this is a great mechanical keyboard. If I had to tell someone to start somewhere, today I would instead recommend the WASD keyboards (For around the same price, but more customization in hardware as well as firmware as well as a detachable cable), but this one will always hold a special place in my heart.Pros:- Flexible switch for gamers, typing enthusiasts- Not too loud (doesn't have a click switch)- Good tactile feedbackCons:- Switch can be a bit light for some users, at times I would be resting my hand and then after a while accidentally press a key down past activation (I've now switched to Clears which require a little more force)- Blue light!!! So annoying! For night time use, this thing is blazing bright when viewed directly from above.One star off literally because of the bright blue lights. Everything else can be excused, but not my night vision :PFor the reviewer that said the key legends are wearing off, mine are still all quite legible after 5 years of use. They have dimmed in some cases, but still readable. This keyboard was so liked that our company bought them for all the designers/programmers in the building. One of them said "Damn! This keyboard is built like a tank!" and I have to admit, for a first time mechanical keyboard enthusiast this is a great keyboard. (And again, looking back, wish I would have started with a WASD, but the journey has been worth it and enjoyable).Picture comparison of the lightless WASD 60% keyboard and this blue-light Filco full keyboard. 4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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