Top products from r/mechanicalheadpens

We found 26 product mentions on r/mechanicalheadpens. We ranked the 80 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/Degru · 0 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

I'd recommend Creative Aurvana Live, the first version.

Extremely good bang for the buck, and probably the best you can get under $150 or so. Very easy to drive, don't need an amp, and sound great from anything I've plugged them into so far.

u/YoungRichKid · 6 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

Keyboard: WASD 61 Keys with custom cap colors (built on their site)

Headphones: Sennheiser HD 598 SR with open backs.

Pen: Baoer 388 with a medium nib

I want to buy a nicer pen but for right now this one (with Noodler's black ink) works perfectly. I use numbers a lot at work, so I plan on making a separate number pad soon, and I also am probably going to purchase a trackball to place between the keyboard and number pad. The headphones I bought on Prime Day for half their normal price (at the time).

u/tallpapab · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

I must apologize. I got it wrong. On the clip it says "Vortex", not "Vector". I got it at a store in San Francisco. I think it was Midori? Anyway it was an impulse buy of a fairly cheap pen, but it writes very nicely and it looks even better when inked up with green ink.

u/rkoy1234 · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

I have tried the mouse OP linked for awhile, as my friend likes to buy new mice and never use them.

The mouse is Elecom DUO MMO and although the idea is okay, the buttons, and the way they pressed felt very cheap, and unsatisfying.

u/IntendoPrinceps · 8 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

Keyboard: Huo Ji Z-77

Headphones: Sony MDR-7506 (been rocking these almost daily for ~7 years and just recently had to replace the original pair, my favorite headphones of all time)

Pen: Lamy Fine Tip Safari in Charcoal

u/millipz · 9 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

Apart from the keycaps, this is a pretty budget setup, but I like it!

u/knifetography · 7 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

Keyboard - Vortex Vibe (Cherry MX Blue)

Headphones - Hifiman Arya

Pens - Thicker barrel pens: @blackbearddesigns on IG, Storm Trooper pen:, clear is Nemosine Singularity, white is Lamy Safari.

u/newfflews · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

It's an Opinel No. 8 folding knife. Just excellent for everyday use, a lot of history behind their knives too.

u/AKidFromKibble · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

Looks like a cutting mat. Think this is it!

u/Ballistic_Turtle · 12 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

I tend to habitually squeeze with my thumb while playing. If the thumbgrip had an area where that was possible without hitting a button, I'd totally use this.

EDIT: Found it:

u/9999years · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

Headphones: Audio Technica ATH-M50x — Nothing too special. Wish I knew about open-backed headphones back when I bought them.

Keyboard: Pok3r white w/ Cherry MX Browns with thick blank keycaps by GeekKeys — Really enjoying this, and a lot quiter than my previous keyboard.

Pen: Lamy Safari Clear Demonstrator with fine nib — Again, nothing too special. Gonna replace it with a Namiki Falcon at some point.

Watch: Void V01 MkI, sadly no longer available.

u/Wh0_The_Fuck_Cares · 11 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

"... and now usually with a handle..." Where does it say "A cylindrical drinking vessel that must have a handle to be a mug"?

You literally proved yourself wrong lol.

Here are some handless mugs:,

u/distraughtmonkey · 3 pointsr/mechanicalheadpens

I was curious too and a (Correct me if I'm wrong /u/thesheik137) but I think its a Sony Walkman

Theirs looks unbranded though...if that's not it, its close.

u/cptahb · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

It's a cutting mat. Mine is this one:

Need it for model making. 24x36 is a little excessive even for me but running out of room on a long cut sucks. You can get them at most art stores or fabric stores in various sizes