Manufactured Cleave keyboards are on the way to our warehouse!
We are delighted to mention that we have manufactured more Cleave keyboards, and these are now on their way to our warehouse. This will allow us to continue fulfilling all pre-orders.
We are also in the process of delivering Cleave keyboards depending on the Support Level provided.
The new keyboards are awesome with the new redesigned PCBA using optical infrared switch technology, a new slick Firmware, an enhanced Top-Body made of aerospace‑grade Aluminum alloy in Space Grey color, and an enhanced Bottom-Body with big rubber legs that provide great stability and grip.
Along all current worldwide events, achieving the creation of an innovative Truly Ergonomic Keyboard, and being able to continue shipping our keyboards is a dazzling achievement.
Your generous Support Level and the date you preordered your Cleave Keyboard will determine when you will receive an email so you can verify your shipping address. At that time, you will be able to confirm your shipping address, and right after we receive your shipping address confirmation by replying to that email, we will then ship your Cleave keyboard promptly.
We thank you for your patience and your amazing support.
About Truly Ergonomic
Founded in 2010 and based in Vancouver-BC, Canada, Truly Ergonomic has established a solid track record for designing and manufacturing premium quality computer hardware for maximum comfort.
Not afraid to step away from the conventional path, Truly Ergonomic engineers design their products from the ground up based on human anatomy, and deliver cutting edge solutions to the ergonomic problems associated with traditional keyboard products.
Our Mission is to enhance workplace health and wellness by offering superior usability and comfort to every computer user. We are dedicated to helping everyone work in an ergonomic and comfortable way so as to reduce or avoid pain and workplace injuries, thereby improving their quality of life.
(*) above image is of a container ship and not of the actual ship carrying our keyboards