For the last year to year and a half I’ve been running a tiny 60% keyboard with my LAN rigs to help cut down on how much I carry to and from events and also to open up more space on the small table space you get at events. Its worked so well that I wanted to swap my wife’s keyboard to a 60% as well. To prevent damage to the keyboard in transport I tossed around the idea of getting a sleeve to put it in but then I came across the Oaken 60% keyboard case from Datamancer. The case replaces the case on my wife’s Poker 2 with a custom machined wooden case and it has a matching second half that encloses the entire keyboard for transport. After taking it to a few events over the past few months I wanted to talk a little about the case and its pros and cons. So check it out.

Product Name: Datamancer Oaken 60% Keyboard Case

Review Sample Provided by: Datamancer

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes


Keyboard Compatibility 60% keyboards that have the exact same screw mounting, dip switch, and usb port layout as the Vortex Pok3r/Poker 2. Not compatible with keycaps taller than the stock pok3r keycaps as well.
Material Hardwood (not specified)
Stain Options Red Mahogany
Dark Walnut
Strap Options Red

Top and bottom case

Two leather straps

(additional straps available at an additional charge)

Model Number 60KbCase


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #37893 20 Apr 2016 15:07
Today something completely different, a custom wooden case for a 60% keyboard

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