Everest Numpad

$79.99 USD
In stock
TOTAL $79.99 USD

The modular Everest Numpad features 4 individually customizable display keys that can perform any command of your choosing while displaying a graphic of your choice.

Provided with two end caps and without additional spacers. 

Please note: This is not a standalone accessory and requires an Everest Max, Everest Core or Everest Core Barebone keyboard to function.

If you wish to use an extension cable to connect the Numpad to your Everest, please find it here. Other USB Type-C to Type-C cables are not compatible.

The Modular Everest Numpad

Features 4 individually customizable display keys that can perform any command of your choosing while displaying a graphic of your choice. Please note: This is not a standalone accessory and requires an Everest keyboard to function.

Customer Reviews

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Davor Mackic
Great product

No complaints except for the number of included magnetic risers. You can bye them separately at the cost of €5 but the shipping to Australia is €25. Rip off

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David Truelove
Excellent Service

Thank you so much for the excellent service provided. I would recommend your products to everyone.

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Anonymous
Numpad

A nicely flexible design. The cable for stand off position is stiff, which makes it difficult to position precisely. A more flexible (or perhaps slightly longer or right angle connector) cable would be better. And, the cable should be included with the Numpad purchase -- the separate charge and shipping cost is aggravating.

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E L
almost perfect

Great number pad love the customizability . Only thing It needs a wrist pad , the main keyboard wrist pad is great just every time I go to use the number pad UGH no wrist pad , Mountain release a wrist pad to make perfect .

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martin langmead
Lacking in Accessories for the price

Great addition to the base Core model. However a little expensive for an add-on product and seriously lacking in what I feel should be standard equipment - magnetic feet enough for two and a bottom pad in line with the keyboard and a usb-c cable. The customisable buttons do allow you to change the icons but are unreadable as the keys are flat rather than angled like a normal keycap. There is no feel to them like an MX switch, just an unsatisfying click. A solid number pad nevertheless but let down by the miserly lack of extras.

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