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75Keys Aluminum Mechanical Keyboard Kit

75Keys Aluminum Mechanical Keyboard Kit

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Product Description
An ortholinear keyboard that’s designed to increase efficiency and reduce finger travel when typing, the 75Keys aluminum kit comes with everything you’ll need to build a functioning mechanical keyboard. It includes an aluminum case, a PCB board, a plate, screws, and stabilizers Read More

Customer Reviews

(5 reviews)
Jan 23, 2020
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Function but poorly thought out
I don't really use this board at all. For the price it's a decently cool ortho keyboard, but there are too many problems for it to be worth buying. For one thing, the keycaps that come with it aren't the right size if you want a non-1U spacebar. The stock firmware is broken and useless. The case is crappy (only two mount points) and the whole PCB flexes because of it. Skip this one.
Recommends this product? No
May 2, 2019
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Ok. The case is nice, but there is no reset pin hole which is fairly annoying. Fixable if you remember to keep a RESET key somewhere to put the board into reset mode. The hotswap is a nice idea, but a slightly mis-aligned pin knocked one of the hotswap feet right off the board. Haven't been able to fix it yet, so it is now a 74 key keyboard. Also, figuring out what QMK firmware to flash to this thing was...challenging. Overall, cute board, but not particularly durable and just not really worth it...kinda disappointed with it.
Jan 19, 2019
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The keyboard was an ease to setup and re-flash with my new layout. Coming from a Planck keyboard I'm used to ortholinear keyboards and it was quite easy to get used to it. If you manage to mess up your keymap and forget to include a reset mode, there's a button on the back of the PCB to easily go into reset mode. My main issue with this keyboard is the case. While it looks great, there's only 2 screws in it, both located on the sides near the bottom on the left and right side. This is also the only points of the case where the pcb and the top of the case can rest on, leaving the top part hanging onto these points which causes the top part to bend if you put too much pressure on it. There's also quite an echo coming out from the open area beneath the PCB inside of the case that causes each keypress to be louder than you might be used to from other keyboards. There's also LEDs on the bottom of the PCB that is very subtle once put into the case (you can hardly see them as they are within a non-transparent case). Since I don't use the LEDs it's a non-issue for me, but it's still worth mentioning. Overall it's an OK keyboard, from the ease of putting everything together to flashing your own keymap to it I found it to be an easy and good experience. However, the case is enough of an issue for me to feel like I would probably not buy it again or recommend anyone else to buy it as it's not as sturdy as I expected it to be. If the PCB had more resting points and not just two small ones at the sides it may have been fine with only two screws. If you are having issues finding the correct QMK keyboard this is, you can find it as "idobo" in QMK through the following link:
Jan 15, 2019
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Don't buy this.
  1. The programming switch is on the bottom of the PCB which when screwed in can't be accessed. The screws can't be accessed without removing keys. When you remove keys, the switches come apart. And the tiny screws that are holding it on don't do an adequate job.
  2. The LEDs are on the bottom of the board. It's a solid case. You can't see them.
  3. The quality of the keycaps is not good, and there are significant omissions:
  4. mac command keys are not included but option keys are why one but not the other?
  5. blank keys - none included, so if you have a different layout than what is pictured, there are no options.
  6. wide keys that fit - these are made for a center space bar with spacers. They don't fit on this board.
  7. No instructions. The message board got me pointed in the right direction, but no information was included (like what QMK keyboard this falls under), and there weren't even basic assembly instructions.
I don't feel like this drop had much thought put into it, and would stay away from future drops that look like this one. I'd also like to know where these keycaps came from so I can avoid them.
Apr 18, 2019
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