Mammoth75 - The newest keyboard from Wuque Studio!
This version has an Aluminum Sandblasted Bottom.
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
- Sandblasted Aluminum
- Top Case (Aluminum)
- Bottom Case (Sandblasted Aluminum)
- PC Plate
- WS Stabilizers for a complete build
- PCB and daughter board
- 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.
Mammoth75 with Aluminum Sandblasted Bottom
Feels and looks premium. Very happy
I'm a little disappointed in Wuque's placement of the **** holes that secure the top case to the base. I managed to scrape the powder coating at three points where the screwdriver rubbed against the top case when securing those screws. Word of warning, wrap your tools in tape or angle them to avoid marking your top case. Also not a huge fan of the 1.2mm pcb -- but I went in knowing that. Ended up using the included stabs which I do not love.
The keyboard works fine. The problem is that the caps lock button is not responding properly when used as a Function key. I can hold down FN+Shift to try to drag and copy text on most other VIA or QMK keyboards. However, on the Mammoth75, by holding the caps lock, it locks the next key press down, like shift. So then it wont release and I am thinking the keyboard isnt working. Nope, the keyboard works fine if it is caps lock. Just weird logic that makes it hard to use a pok3r style layout.
After 8 months, I received my Mammoth75 with missing gaskets and no foams. I contacted CS with response delays from 2-3 days within each message. At the time of writing this review (14 days after fulfillment) I still haven't received the tracking number for the missing parts. Wuque is really to blame here, but I would have absolutely loved a quicker response from Cannonkeys.