Back in 2013, we made a set called Olivetti. We used U9 and CP for the alpha base and V4 for the legends. With a member of the community, cmd, we are bringing this set back but we are now using L9 as the base for the alphas. CMD also decided to run the set using a Row 5, an 1800 layout, and other needed keys.
A similar set was produced by Olivetti, an Italian company who produces typewriters and mechanical keyboards. They used Cherry Molds to produce the keycaps for their Cherry board, but they are now some of the most sought after keycaps.
All keycaps are shown in the picture.
These screw-in stabilizers are used to provide a solid foundation for larger keys. They are meant for keys bigger than 2u. The screw-in helps with a tighter fit and better stability.
The set comes with four 2u pieces along with one 7u or 6.25u piece.
The Individual pieces are standalone variants. You will only get 1 piece (1 wire and 4 components)
The MOD switch was built with the keyboard community in mind. The switch was designed by the korean community. A linear switch with smooth POM stems and lubrication on the side which joins together to make a very soothing and silky feel.
These switches are similar to the Cherry Red. They are perfect for the light typists who needs that bit of weight.
The medium weight has a slightly more resistance than the MOD-L Linears. The silky smooth feel almost gives it a vintage black feel. The switch has no gravely feel to it.
The heavy weight bottoms out at approximately ~80g. For the typists with a stronger hand, the feel is almost similar to the MOD-M Linears