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Dvorak Keycaps Set

Dvorak Keycaps Set

Ready to take your ergonomics to the next level? Dvorak is a keyboard layout designed for efficiency. Once you've retrained your muscle memory, you'll never want to go back to Qwerty again. This is a full set of replacement keycaps for X-Bows.

86 highly durable laser engraved ABS keycaps with transparent key labels

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Based on 8 reviews
Morne Wiggins

Dvorak Keycaps Set

Brandon B.
A Nice Pair of DVORAK Key Caps for my Knight Plus

I purchased the DVORAK layout key caps at the same time that I did my X-Bows Knight Plus keyboard (Silent Brown switches).

The key caps are pretty solidly made. I can't say that I anything negative say about them. The quality seems pretty good, they fit nicely on the keyboard. Hardest part was me making the decision to try and switch from a normal QWERTY keyboard to a DVORAK layout ergo keyboard, so I instead opted to just do it in 2 parts, starting with a QWERTY ergo keyboard layout and re-training to learn DVORAK instead.


Dvorak Keycaps Set

Jared Strohschein
Perfect Addition to The Best Keyboard I’ve Ever Owned

There are a lot of knock-off flimsy keyboards out there and lets b e honest, you get what you pay for. The X-Bows keyboard is by far and away the best keyboard I’ve ever owned. Also, it’s rare to find companies that provide Dvorak caps (only other one I’ve heard of is Kinesis). The caps themselves have a slightly different texture to them then the stock QWERTY keys, but nothing really too noticeable or game changing.

Whitney Marshall

Last time I submitted feedback to X-Bows, I said that I loved my keyboard and that the only things I wanted to change about it were proper Dvorak keycaps, and to make them translucent so the lights show through better. Lo and behold, they offered exactly that in this set of keycaps! Now I don't have any complaints at all! I love the keyboard, and I can tell that it's causing less strain on my fingers and wrists. I can type for much longer than I used to, with a fraction of the discomfort.