DZ60/DZ60RGB USB Type-C 60% PCB
$70

DZ60/DZ60RGB USB Type-C 60% PCB

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Jun 26, 2022
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Good PCB, less cases
The PCB is high quality with screw in stab compatibility. My only grudge is that it's pretty hard to find cases for it, except for KBDFans cases which are either sold out or expensive.
eliurrutia
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Jun 22, 2022
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DZ60 solderable board
Great board! I knew what I was getting and what I wanted because I've used this board before. Came as expected and worked great out of the box.
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noobiscuit
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Jun 16, 2022
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60% PCB with loads of compatibility
Although some may be turned off by the "swiss-cheese" design of the bottom row, this PCB really does give an astounding amount of flexibility with the layouts. From base 60% to the controversial arrow-key layout, this should give any aspiring 60% user the experience that they are most comfortable with.
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RVDMRS
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Jun 13, 2022
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The price is a little bit pricey because it's shipped from USA
The product is very versatile, recommended for entry level Custom Keebs
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Doggzofwar
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Jun 7, 2022
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Sent the wrong boards….TWICE
You have to be kidding. I was very specific as to which model I wanted. I ordered the correct one and was sent the wrong boards. I reached out to support, and they were helpful. They had everything shipped back and the correct boards sent….I thought. Just opened my package today and I’m looking at the wrong boards…….AGAIN. No happy at all. Will not continue to shop here.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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Amazing customizability!
I bought the solder version specifically because I like having split-backspace, and also wanted to make a keyboard in my own country's layout. Needless to say, the DZ60 Rev. 3 allowed me to do it! I know some people had issues with their PCB, and I am but one person, but my personal experience has been great, and I've had no issues as of now. Worth to mention I do not use RGB whatsoever.
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Vyaman
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May 25, 2022
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Super customizable, but also a bit tricky to de-solder
The best thing to use to solder switches for the first time. So many options for the bottom row and allows for all versions of a 60% keyboard. The most annoying part is that when you de-solder switches, some of them need you to move the PCB to be in a certain angle so you won't damage the parts on the PCB.
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Helveklikk
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May 23, 2022
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Difficult to set up QMK if you're a beginner
Installing switches etc. was super easy with the nice hot swap sockets. Layout with the arrow keys is also super nice. The only difficulty I had was getting the correct QMK flash file for the the firmware. Had to use the v2_1 bin file instead of the v2 file that every manual mentioned. Other than that a great PCB.
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Great PCB.
This PCB is great, would definitely recommend getting if you’re looking for a 60%
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Decent 60% board that takes a bit of work but is worth it
After a bit of work yesterday I'm actually really happy with this board. I bought it because I wanted something fairly conventional that I could flash with autoshift so that it could be used as a backup keyboard when I'm travelling (I use a Planck as my main keyboard). I've built it using things I already had lying around (a bright blue plastic case from Optic Boards, plate and stabs from an old pre-built, Glorious Panda switches, and some generic beige keycaps). The hardware build was easy; the software build less so. The key mapping this board comes with doesn't really work for me. There is no function key mapped, so no access to layers (and therefore no access to navigation). There was also no way to turn off the very obvious RGB. This didn't really bother me, as I was planning on using QMK to reflash it. The following is a list of things I learned during the process of building and flashing the firmware.
  • Despite there being an entry for DZ60 in QMK, this board is actually listed as dztech/dz60rgb_ansi/v2
  • The file extension required for the firmware is .bin, despite all other versions of this board being .hex
  • The software reset combination for this board is to hold escape down as you plug the board in
  • The hardware reset button for this board in in the middle on the board, and nowhere near the reset slot in most cases (including my case).
Putting all that aside, it's a great board that is fun to type on and sounds really good. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who wasn't used to doing this sort of project, but I actually quite enjoyed the build and can see this as a keyboard that will definitely get some use.
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