Mammoth75 - The newest keyboard from Wuque Studio!
This version has an Aluminum Mirror PVD Bottom. Upon purchasing this keyboard.
We are pleased to be working with wuque.studio to bring you their newest keyboard- Mammoth75.
This keyboard is a gasket mounted 75% with exploded arrow keys and a large knob. It is being offered in four colors, four bottom materials/finishes, and with 3 PCB options available as addons. Plenty of options to make this keyboard truly yours!
Addons include PCBs, Plates, Daughterboards, and foam.
- Typing angle: 6.5 degrees
- Front height: 19.5 mm
- Top case material: Aluminum
- Bottom case material: Aluminum
- Mounting structure: Gasket Mount
- Aluminum top case, aluminum bottom case kit weight (unbuilt): 2.0kg
- Mirror PVD Aluminum
- Top Case (Aluminum)
- Bottom Case (Aluminum Mirror PVD)
- PC Plate
- WS Stabilizers for a complete build
- PCB and daughter board
- Chosen via form post purchase. All PCBs are 1.2mm thick.
- PORON gaskets
- PORON dampener between plate and PCB
- PORON foam between PCB and switches
- PORON foam under PCB
- 1x Brass, 1x Aluminum, magnetic bottom
- Encoder holder
- Screws and rubber feet
Wired, hotswap, Supports QMK/VIA, split space bars, left/right split shift, backspace split, stepped/normal caps lock.
Wired, soldered, supports QMK/VIA, split space bars, left/right split shift, backspace split, stepped/normal caps lock, ISO enter.
Wireless, hotswap, Supports QMK/VIA, split space bars, left/right split shift, backspace split, stepped/normal caps lock.
For all PCB specifications, please check PCB table here.
A standard sized, widely available LiPo battery is required for Bluetooth editions but it's not included with the kit. The battery spec for this keyboard is 3543114.
I'm going to start this review off by saying that I don't have much experience with keyboards over 200$ and that this is my first group buy purchased board. That being said, I love this keyboard, they were very transparent with what they were offering and they delivered. Granted later than the ETA but it was for good reasons as it was for improvements and they were listening to feedback over the first few in-stock boards. If you like the poppy marble sounds of like 2 rocks clacking toguether then this is the board for you. The **** is huge (wink, wink) but it's very satisfying to use, out of all the boards I have I love how comically large it is but I'm also dissapointed that the sensitivity on it isn't as precise as I'd like. I messed with it a little bit and as I'm typing this review, I have it set to 2 steps make an input, so 2 ticks of the **** would increase my volume or skip a track, to my knowlege (I even came on the discord and some people helped) this is the lowest you can get it, you cannot make it do an action after 1 tick which is somewhat dissapointing this being such an expensive keyboard and the only reason I'm not giving this a 5 star rating, but I've learned to not care as it is a large **** and very easy to turn and you get used to it pretty quick.It's very flexable with all foams, going to be more flexable without them but I preffer this sound profile so your mileage may vary on that, but as it stands, I very much love this keyboard, if you have the money to spend, I'd say go for it.