The Fat Cat Lube Station functions as an overdesigned lube station for mechanical keyboard switches by streamlining the lube process as well as being able to accommodate the Divinikey lube containers and brushes for ease of access.
Fat Cat Lube Station Features:
- Acrylic Material
- 45 Switches Slots
- 45 Stem Slots
- Brush Holder
- Jar Tray
- Spring Tray
- V1.5 Adjustment
- Modified to allow closure of switches when in use
- 1 Lube Station (2 Parts)
- 4 Standoffs
- 1 User Manual
So this is my first lube station and I might just be inexperienced, but I assumed the switches would snap into the cutouts to allow lubing while attached to the lube station like an assembly line. The housings actually sit really loosely in the holes, so trying to lube them with one hand causes them to move too much. Essentially, this lube station is basically a replacement for putting each individual switch component into little tubs or bowls for organization during lubing. I will say that it's nice being able to close the switch from above while it's in the station, but when filming, it's kind of difficult to get the films centered when doing it this way since they move when closing the switch. Essentially, it's a good product, but does not function the way I thought. Are all lube stations like this?
very aesthetically pleasing as well as practical. sadly mine came with two cracks that are too noticeable for me on the lube tray and one of the legs are bent so it wobbles and doesn't sit flush. dope product but poor manufacturing quality
Not only is it very functional, but it is also really good-looking. If you buy please remove the protective covers on the bottom sheet of acrylic. People have been saying that it comes all scratched up and probably didn't bother checking it properly.
bottom plastic tray that goes under the clear main plastic lube station came used. Tons of scratches and dings.
The lube station is great and looks great but one of the standoffs came to me damaged like a small chunk of metal chipped off I don’t think it was a shipping issue because the little chip wasn’t anywhere to be found. I feel like it was a QC issue