keycap showcase

Pokemon Keycaps
S-Craft Studio

Keycap By: S-Craft Studio
Photos taken in House by alex

Holy Pokemon.

Okay, when these first popped up by a new company by the name of S-Craft Studio I was skeptical at first. I thought to myself, this has to be too good to be true. Pokemon keycaps and they look insanely detailed?! I really didn’t know if the finished product was going to be as good as the display photos they had posted. There was a small delay in getting them, but it was so worth it.  I was also completely blown away at the packaging.  It was an amazing experience to unbox these. Their first drop featured Bulasaur, Squirtle, and Charmander.

As per the usual, I am going to leave some comments and thoughts about the cap! Keycap quality, stem fit, finish. Let’s go!

Keycap Quality

Holy smokes these are so well done. The detail is insane and I couldn’t ask for something better than this. I mean, maybe real Pokemon? Who I am kidding, that would too much work realistically. The Pokemon are encased in what reminds me of an old Gameboy and enclosed in a resin cast. They are insanely vibrant and polished really well. So far on all the keyboards I’ve put them on, they seem to almost suit just about all themes, too. 

If you view the images above closely. you can really see how much detail and love was put into these and it’s such a good feeling as a consumer to buy something and feel how much effort the people behind it put into it.  I seriously can’t wait for more Pokemon inspired keycaps to come up. 

Stem Fit

Seriously no complaints here. They fit and do not fall out, nor do they wobble.  I wish I could write more for this section but I really wouldn’t even know what to say other than it’s amazing.

Finish & Thoughts

If you love Pokemon and want to pick some up, refer back to their website here: S-Craft Studio. I seriously can’t stress how much I love these caps. I will definitely be “catching them all”.

How did you take these photos?

Camera equipment used is a Sony A7rii and a 55mm Sony FE Zeiss f/1.8 with some macro tube extensions. I also use continuous LED panels to set up these shots for lighting. The keyboard in the photo is by Qlavier, a key65 and a 512 by ATXKB.

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