Office/Workshop relocation

And a Small discount as a thank you for all of your supports

Almost three years ago, I took a leap of faith and started Ergomech Store with a simple Facebook post, offering handmade ergonomic keyboards. I never imagined that this small endeavor would turn into a serious business. 

When I first posted about Ergomech keyboards in a local Facebook group, I wasn't sure if anyone would be interested. After all, handmade keyboards made from acrylic and soldered components aren't exactly mainstream (and they aren't exactly cheap, either). But to my surprise, I received my very first customer. That moment sparked a fire within me and made me realize that this could be more than just a hobby.

At the time, I was still tinkering away in my bedroom a decision that, looking back, seems rather foolish. But as the orders continued to come in, I knew it was time for a change.

With every customer, my belief in Ergomech Store grew stronger. As demand increased, I realized that my bedroom was no longer enough to accommodate the growing operation. It was time to take a bold step and move everything to a dedicated space. So, I transformed the guest room into my very own workshop. This transition marked a significant milestone in our journey a moment where we shifted from being a small-scale project to a serious business venture.

Today, I am thrilled to share with you the latest chapter in our story, we're getting an office space, a dedicated space that's large enough for our team, components and equipment. To celebrate the progress we have made and to express my sincere gratitude to our amazing customers, I am delighted to announce a special offer. For a limited time, we are offering a 15% discount on all orders.

However, I must also be honest with you. The recent move has come with its fair share of challenges. Our team has had to adjust, and as a result, there may be temporary disruptions. Shipping might experience delays, and we may miss a few emails. For any inconvenience caused, I want to extend my heartfelt apologies. Please bear with us as we work tirelessly to improve our setup and provide

P/S: This post is proof read/edited by ChatGPT to make my incoherent stream of thought into something more comprehensible.

RP2040 Controller is now the default option