59-key RGB Backlit Hot-swappable Mechanical Keyboard Customized Planck Kit

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Material: Copper Positioning Plate

59-key RGB Backlit Hot-swappable Mechanical Keyboard Customized Planck Kit 


Full Key Customization: features VIA software to modify the key value, set the combination of keys and macro command, with master control customization, full key customization and record macro supporting for personalization fun.

59-Key Mechanical Keyboard: the mechanical keyboard kit features max plank, in-line matching and 2U space without switch and key cap.

RGB Backlit: designed with full keyboard independent RGB light, 16.8 million color combinations, 8 monochrome backlight modes and 1 full color backlight mode.

The hot-swappable switch seat allows for more DIY experiences. To add switch, such as Gateron yellow switch, tea switch and red switch, please contact customer service.

For VIA software download, please contact customer service.  


Material: Acrylic
Product  Weight: 650g
Package Dimensions: 35 x 23 x 6cm
Package Weight: 800g
Packing: Box


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Ethan Miller
Good Keyboard

Once you get it working via VIA (Customer Support has the build, it's older but works, and may take them a few tries to send you the correct one), the board works fine. The custom plate and central USB-C location make it tricky to find different cases, but the board sounds great with the copper plate. Haven't had any issues with mine and I've been carrying it between home and work. Would like if it had an up-to-date VIA build, but it works and that's what matters. Little bit pricey for what it is, but good luck finding a hotswap 50% that's new. Also watch the torque on the screws holding the case together, very easy to strip.

Cool board, but using old custom VIA build

Board looks and feels great. If you’re planning to use VIA to remap keys, then plan to go through customer service for VIA build and keyboard config to get things to work. Customer service eventually responded to me and they were kind and helpful throughout the process. Just wish they would merge their VIA build into the most recent version on VIA’s website