• WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool
  • WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool
  • WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool
WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool
WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool
WASD Keyboards Wire Keycap Puller Tool

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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Simple Solution Works Well Simple to use and does it's job quite efficiently. You can easily pull off keycaps with one hand but removing the keycap from the puller does require two hands to separate the metal prongs. I was able to pull caps off quite quickly once I got into the swing of things. This is a must-have product for making sure your keyboard investment stays clean and tidy. 5Works perfectly and is super easy to use. I bought this because I just bought a mechanical keyboard and I also bought some rubber o rings to put under the keys to dampen the sound. This tool worked exactly as I thought it would and it was perfect.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. 5It pulls keys! I was tired of breaking the dinky plastic ring style pullers. WASD is a solid company, they make solid keyboards, and although this puller is of a fairly standard design, it too looks and feels solid. It removes keys as you would expect it to, and I doubt it will break on me any time soon.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. 4Simple and effective First, mechanical keyboards are the only kind I work with now either from a gaming or professional viewpoint. But like most people, crap gets down into my keyboard tray and my keys need the occasional cleanse. I tried one of those finger ring gadgets but found them annoying to use, this tool on the other hand was exactly what I needed. Prying the tongs apart is not a chore and after a few keys I got into a rythm where it took no thought or effort to separate them, they are also adaptable to bigger keys which I considered a big plus. Over normal sized keys, you slip them down, twist, tug, and can follow up with another key or two before having to "unload" the tool. Its simple design also makes it highly unlikely you'll screw it up on some unforseen manner (unless you go exploring electrical sockets or something similar) and at such a fair price, I bought two extra to give to friends whom I convinced to stop abusing their keyboards with screwdrivers. Very very good tool for us types who favor mechanical KBs. 5There are many like it, but this one is mine This is my keycap puller. There are many like it, but this one is mine. My keycap puller is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me my keycap puller is useless. Without my keycap puller I am useless. I must fire my keycap pu... well that's where that ends I suppose.I used this on like three or four different keyboards and it didn't break or anything. Five stars. 5works but you need to get the hang of it This little device is needed just in case you:- drop your favorite cheeseburger on the keyboard and or any food really- spill your favorite beverage (might have done this a couple times)You need to get the keys off so you can clean properly. Not all keyboards keys come off the same exact way, some have stupid little latches and some just punch right in. This is what I needed, nothing special. Works great for what it does. You just need to figure out that little twist to get up under the edge and force the release and you are good. Took me maybe three or four tries and I was a pro. 5Works, but it's slow. It works well for removing keys. But, it's slow. There are two wire loops that you have to separate with your fingers. You insert them on either side of the key, twist the unit slightly to tighten it on the key, and gently lift.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). 3Works great, depending on keyboard. First of all, I'd have to say that this little gadget works great for pulling keys on a keyboard! Only thing, is I had some mild trouble with it. I used it on a Microsoft Natural keyboard, and it was sure a challenge trying to get this thing underneath its keys properly to pull them. 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. 4Great Tech and Enthusiast Tool Initial thoughts: small, prone to breaking, small handle, and easy to loose.Without going into detail: works with non-wasd keyboards, light-weight, looks flimsy but is not, and is a must have for enthusiasts who know what this tool is for. Goes great with the cherry mx rubber o-ring switch dampeners (I really like the blue ones).Experience: The wires that are used to wrap around the keys were so close together that I had to separate them by hand, but was surprisingly more difficult to do than I thought; this is a good quality, it won't morph out of shape easily. The tool is small and light. This is a really good quality because you may end up pulling the same cap multiple times, and the repetition is mitigated by the low weight. There is a hole to (supposedly) hook it onto a pegboard, but the hole at the top is too small. The prongs would work, but I wouldn't risk damaging them just for ordering tools. Overall, a great product. Works with other keyboards. 4Easy to use, handle works well with stabilized keys Works like a charm. I was able to remove all of my keycaps and place noise dampeners (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AZQ2OF8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) on my Razer BW keyboard. The nice thing about this product was that I was able to use the thin flat handle to lift up my keys that had stabilizing bars. This allowed me to place the dampeners without completely removing the keycaps and struggling to figure out how the bars went back together. 5
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Simple Solution Works Well Simple to use and does it's job quite efficiently. You can easily pull off keycaps with one hand but removing the keycap from the puller does require two hands to separate the metal prongs. I was able to pull caps off quite quickly once I got into the swing of things. This is a must-have product for making sure your keyboard investment stays clean and tidy. 5Works perfectly and is super easy to use. I bought this because I just bought a mechanical keyboard and I also bought some rubber o rings to put under the keys to dampen the sound. This tool worked exactly as I thought it would and it was perfect.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. 5It pulls keys! I was tired of breaking the dinky plastic ring style pullers. WASD is a solid company, they make solid keyboards, and although this puller is of a fairly standard design, it too looks and feels solid. It removes keys as you would expect it to, and I doubt it will break on me any time soon.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. 4Simple and effective First, mechanical keyboards are the only kind I work with now either from a gaming or professional viewpoint. But like most people, crap gets down into my keyboard tray and my keys need the occasional cleanse. I tried one of those finger ring gadgets but found them annoying to use, this tool on the other hand was exactly what I needed. Prying the tongs apart is not a chore and after a few keys I got into a rythm where it took no thought or effort to separate them, they are also adaptable to bigger keys which I considered a big plus. Over normal sized keys, you slip them down, twist, tug, and can follow up with another key or two before having to "unload" the tool. Its simple design also makes it highly unlikely you'll screw it up on some unforseen manner (unless you go exploring electrical sockets or something similar) and at such a fair price, I bought two extra to give to friends whom I convinced to stop abusing their keyboards with screwdrivers. Very very good tool for us types who favor mechanical KBs. 5There are many like it, but this one is mine This is my keycap puller. There are many like it, but this one is mine. My keycap puller is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me my keycap puller is useless. Without my keycap puller I am useless. I must fire my keycap pu... well that's where that ends I suppose.I used this on like three or four different keyboards and it didn't break or anything. Five stars. 5works but you need to get the hang of it This little device is needed just in case you:- drop your favorite cheeseburger on the keyboard and or any food really- spill your favorite beverage (might have done this a couple times)You need to get the keys off so you can clean properly. Not all keyboards keys come off the same exact way, some have stupid little latches and some just punch right in. This is what I needed, nothing special. Works great for what it does. You just need to figure out that little twist to get up under the edge and force the release and you are good. Took me maybe three or four tries and I was a pro. 5Works, but it's slow. It works well for removing keys. But, it's slow. There are two wire loops that you have to separate with your fingers. You insert them on either side of the key, twist the unit slightly to tighten it on the key, and gently lift.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). 3Works great, depending on keyboard. First of all, I'd have to say that this little gadget works great for pulling keys on a keyboard! Only thing, is I had some mild trouble with it. I used it on a Microsoft Natural keyboard, and it was sure a challenge trying to get this thing underneath its keys properly to pull them. 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. 4Great Tech and Enthusiast Tool Initial thoughts: small, prone to breaking, small handle, and easy to loose.Without going into detail: works with non-wasd keyboards, light-weight, looks flimsy but is not, and is a must have for enthusiasts who know what this tool is for. Goes great with the cherry mx rubber o-ring switch dampeners (I really like the blue ones).Experience: The wires that are used to wrap around the keys were so close together that I had to separate them by hand, but was surprisingly more difficult to do than I thought; this is a good quality, it won't morph out of shape easily. The tool is small and light. This is a really good quality because you may end up pulling the same cap multiple times, and the repetition is mitigated by the low weight. There is a hole to (supposedly) hook it onto a pegboard, but the hole at the top is too small. The prongs would work, but I wouldn't risk damaging them just for ordering tools. Overall, a great product. Works with other keyboards. 4Easy to use, handle works well with stabilized keys Works like a charm. I was able to remove all of my keycaps and place noise dampeners (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AZQ2OF8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) on my Razer BW keyboard. The nice thing about this product was that I was able to use the thin flat handle to lift up my keys that had stabilizing bars. This allowed me to place the dampeners without completely removing the keycaps and struggling to figure out how the bars went back together. 5
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