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Keep your wrists in a natural and comfortable position with 7° of built-in tenting.
A keyboard engineered to fit you...
The ErgoFS is a full-size ergonomic keyboard designed to help you type naturally and AVOID WRIST STRAIN, RSI, & TYPING DISCOMFORT.
Our keyboard keeps your hands typing comfortably by separating them a natural width apart.
Traditional keyboards anchor your wrists together at an unnatural angle. Queue the wrist pain and fatigue...
Our keyboard is built with the perfect amount of support to keep your hands at their natural angle.
Traditional keyboards force your hands to lay in an unnatural flat position while you type. Ouch!
The C989 uses only 100% Cherry® mechanical switches that give a super-satisfying key press and blissful typing experience.
Traditional keyboards use cheap membrane switches that give a dull, non-precise key press and a very 'meh' typing experience.
Use the multi-function smart wheel to command your PC!
Type in perfect comfort and speed with the Cloud Nine C989 ErgoFS – an ergonomic keyboard that’s engineered to fit you. The split design and genuine CHERRY® mechanical key switches make for a typing experience that’s both blissful and fun. You’ll blast through emails, code, or your favorite game with a smile on your face and total comfort under your hands.
Your 45-day trial begins the day your keyboard is delivered to your doorstep. If you decide it isn't a perfect fit for you within the first 45 days, we'll have it picked up and issue a full refund. (Awesome, right?)
We do ask all customers to spend up to 14 days on their new keyboard before starting a return or exchange so their hands have enough time to adjust to split-keyboard's unique feel + ergonomics!
If there's something wrong with your keyboard, we'll replace it for up to 2 years, starting from the date of original purchase.
This warranty is valid only if the purchaser uses the product for personal consumer use. The warranty no longer applies after any resale, whether new or used. Original, dated proof of purchase by the original purchaser, and official warranty document to make a warranty claim.
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*Continential US only.
If you don’t love your keyboard, just contact one of our helpful customer service team to confirm eligibility and arrange a return. We'll pick it up and issue you a full refund.
To be eligible for a return, you must be within the 45-day trial period and have had the keyboard for at least 14 days; the keyboard must also be clean and undamaged. You will be refunded the full keyboard price minus the value of any discount, interest accrued, and/or shipping charges.
A smooth and linear feel with very low audible click makes the RED switch perfect for speedy typing and quieter environments.
A balanced tactile feel and a medium audible click make the BROWN switch our customer’s most popular choice.
A high tactile “bump” feel and substaintial audible “click” makes the BLUE switch perfect for those who want lots of typing feedback.
good build quality, good features, good ergonomics, but customization software is windows-only. keyboard is a keyboard, all the keys will work on macos and everything, but you can't use any of the useful features. I had visions of things like: Programming an M key to launch slack, and the light under it to change color and pulse based on notifications, same with email, etc -- forget that kind of thing, even on windows. It can do some basic light patterns, and you can program any key to any color, but there's nothing I've seen to change lights based on events, which seems like a pretty logical thing to include. There's a big, complicated windows interface that could be way simpler. What would be really great would be to have software for this that ran an active API for the keybindings and light effects, and just let people write their own customizations. Maybe not many people would use it, but it would make this device a lot cooler for the kind of people who would, who also tend to be the kind of people who buy $200 keyboards, like me. Just saying.
Thanks for shipping this to Japan!
There are a variety of split keyboards in the world, but most of them are space-saving and
Few products with full-size keys exist.
The ErgoFS, on the other hand, has a standard 104-key keyboard, plus 10 macro keys and a wheel.
The keys are full-size and the keyboard is divided into sections, which perfectly meets the demand for a keyboard that is made to be gentle on the body.
I don't have many complaints, but if I had to pick one, it would be that the software is Windows-only and not available for Mac/Linux,
and the function assignment of the wheel cannot be changed.
Since the functions of the wheel can be overridden by changing the key mapping with reWASD or other software, there is room for consideration if you want to assign various functions to the wheel.
If possible, it would be nice if the official software would include wheel function changes and automatically switch between each active application.
The keyboard is well built and feels great
I've had mine for about 6months now and I absolutely love it. It's my first mechanical keyboard so my ability to compare to others is lacking, but compared to a standard keyboard I was used to, it's great! It took a little adjusting to how the keys are split, specifically the B key, but it didn't take long. I've always used 2 keyboards (one for each hand) and my coworkers have always looked at me weird, so when I decided to splurge I knew I needed a split one, and I also knew a numpad was essential. This is one that has everything I needed and more (I use the dial in the middle way more than I thought I would). My coworkers still look at me weird, but at least I love my keyboard. My only complaint is that even the long connector cable they have isn't looking enough, almost, just not quite, I'd love an obscenely long one that the excess can be just touched away.
This keyboard is expensive, but worth it. I've tried many, many ergonomic keyboards. This may be the best. It needs to be tented to be really ergonomic, so I'll have to make my own stand of some kind. But there's really no other good alternative, unfortunately.