If your kitty’s paws are going to walk all over your keyboard, you at least want to be able to walk all over kitty paws. Get ready to clacky to your heart’s content with an adorable Black Aluminum Kitty Paw Keycap with Pink Silicone Toe Beans for your next mechanical keyboard or NeoKey project.
Snap ’em onto a Cherry MX or compatible switch to turn your Feather or breakout into the lil’est macro keypad with the most meow. The solid metal body has nice heft and the adorable pink jelly bean kitty paw prints make for a purrfect squishy switch. Note that unlike our other translucent toe-bean version, this one is NOT going to glow through with NeoPixels.
Note: This product is a single keycap, and key switches are not included!
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