Ultimate Hacking Keyboard modules are about to start shipping! If you have modules on order, check your delivery address by Monday, April 8, 2021 at 11:59 PM PDT. Address and order changes after that time cannot be accommodated.
UHK modules ordered through Crowd Supply will be shipping in the next few months, starting in April. Orders shipping to the European Union will be shipped by the Ultimate Gadget Laboratories (UGL) team from their facility in Hungary. All other orders will be shipped from Crowd Supply’s warehouse in the United States. Please check and, if needed, update the shipping address in your Crowd Supply account. Address change requests, cancellations, or order changes made after April 8, 2021 cannot be accommodated.
If you have an order placed through the UHK webshop, please check it here.
Beginning in April, Crowd Supply will receive regular bulk shipments of UHK modules from UGL. Each shipment will contain ~300 orders. The UGL team is planning to prepare orders in the order they were placed - earlier orders will ship first. Crowd Supply will ship orders in the order received. You will receive a tracking number by email when your order is shipped, and you can see your order status within your Crowd Supply account. The courier used will vary by address. Estimated shipping dates will be regularly updated. We expect all modules to be shipped by the end of July. You can also see the overall UHK delivery schedule.
Module production is underway
Posted March 16, 2021
TLDR; The assembly of the first 400 modules is underway in our facility, and we expect to ship them in about a week. Afterward, we’ll be continuously producing and shipping module preorders as quickly as we can. One of our key contractors has become suddenly overloaded, and as a result, we expect to start UHK 60 v2 production around the end of April. There are a lot of cool demos in this update, so make sure to read it. Read the full update on the UHK blog.
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