[EXTRA] GMK Mercury

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SKU: ZH9902
by GMK


  • Start fulfilling orders (2023-10-13)
  • Production is expected to be completed in end of October, 2023 (2023-08-09)

Group Buy date: From December 22nd, 2021 to Feb 21st, 2022,

Estimated Ship Date: Q4 2023


  • Profile: Cherry Profile
  • Material: ABS material
  • Production Method: Double-shot
  • Manufacturer: GMK Electronic Design GmbH in Germany
  • Compatibility: Compatible with Cherry and Cherry MX clones
  • Designer: KEKAIYØ

DeskMat Specifications

  • 900x400x4mm
  • Cloth Top & Rubber Bottom
  • Stitched edges



Mercury is an element with the symbol Hg on the periodic table. Mercury is commonly known as quicksilver and the reason why the symbol is Hg is because it was once called hydrargyrum. Mercury is the only known metallic element to be in a liquid state at standard atmospheric conditions. Mercury occurs naturally throughout the world mostly as cinnabar (mercury sulfide). Vermilion is a pigment created from grinding natural cinnabar or synthetic mercury sulfide.

Mercury is commonly known to be used in thermometers and barometers. These devices are used to tell differences in the atmosphere, and are used by weather forecasters and scientists alike. Mercury is also used in amalgam (mercury and metal alloy) in dental restoration.

Poisoning due to Mercury is a result from exposure to water-soluble forms such as mercury chloride or methylmercury, through inhalation of the vapors or ingestion.

Mercury is one of my favorite elements and is the inspiration for this set!


Pantone 428C Alpha Legends: GMK N9
GMK N9 Modifier Legends: WS2
White Accent:
GMK WS2 White Accent Legends: CMK CR
Red Accent:
Pantone 7628C Red Accent Legends: GMK WS2


Novelties Explained

  • Periodic Symbol: This is the symbol that can be found on the periodic table that represents the element Mercury, its molar mass, and atomic mass.
  • Conical / Erlenmeyer Flask: A common flask used in chemistry for experiments that can be used to heat or boil liquids, it is also used in titration.
  • Rhombohedron: This is the symbol used to represent the crystal structure of the element Mercury.
  • Altimeter: Although modern altimeters use what is known as an aneroid, Mercury was used in the basis and invention of barometers to sense pressure changes in the environment.
  • At higher altitude pressure decreases, and thus a change in the environment causes the aneroid to sense the altitude.
  • Alchemical Symbol: This was the symbol used to represent Hydrargyrum (Mercury) in alchemy. It is also the astrological symbol for the planet Mercury.
  • Thermometer Scale: Mercury is used in thermometers, however thermometers that contain a red liquid is alcohol to which red coloring has been added.