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Feker Alice 3-Mode Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

Feker Alice 3-Mode Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

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Product Description
The Feker Alice 3-Mode Barebones Mechanical Keyboard is a hybrid-ergonomic keyboard with a whole lineup of features to suit any use case—for any enthusiast. Its self-contained split layout keeps things consolidated while still allowing for better hand positioning, and its angled construction provides optimal positioning for the wrists Read More

Customer Reviews

(8 reviews)
100% would recommend to a friend
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Decent Alice style Keyboard
For the price it was a decent Alice style keyboard to try out. It looks nice in my collection. Unfortunately it was a bit difficult to find the right firmware.
Mar 10, 2023
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Holy f*k this is such a nice keyboard
I love this board so much I posted on Reddit about it. You can find my thoughts here: Gist of it: Hate their sketchy firmware, upgraded to Via, but it's not a fully fledged QMK supported board so it has it's own shortcomings. Read a more in depth analysis on the link above.
Recommends this product? Yes
Dec 19, 2022
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Good, but not great keyboard. Some things to be aware of.
If you're looking to try out the Alice layout, this is a great starter kit. However, there are a couple of things to be aware of and could be a deal breaker for you. They are:
  1. You have to do a lot of hunting to get the right firmware to be able to configure your keyboard (via). Whatageek has the software you need at the bottom of their page here:
  2. Build quality is a bit questionable. I put in a set of Akko Jelly blue switches ( and at least 10 would not connect properly (they did not register any key presses). I took those keycaps and put them into my Ergodox and they worked fine. So I believe there are some hotswap seating issues. I may take the board apart to see if there are any issues that I can see. However, I was able to use a spare set of Kailth silver switches which are working fine.
Aside from that, I've been enjoying the hell out of the keyboard. That's why it's a good, but not great keyboard.
Recommends this product? Yes
Dec 14, 2022
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Solid Ergo Keyboard
This is my first ergonomic / Alice-style keyboard, and so far I'm loving it. My typing speed and accuracy still needs to get back up to speed, as I'm not used to the 2 spacebars, but it's so much more comfortable to use than my standard 60-65% keyboards. I'm not a fan of the screw-less design; it was really hard to open without scuffing the sides of the bottom case, but it sounds just fine without any internal mods. I just wanted to switch out the silicone gasket jackets for poron gasket stickers and add switch pads for that marbley sound signature.
Recommends this product? Yes
Dec 10, 2022
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First ergo board
Definitely a cool keyboard for a decent price. Does take some getting used to but I would say it's a solid Alice clone.
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Solid budget Alice board
This is my second Alice board. The first was an orange boy ergo that I built to make sure I liked the layout. The sound of this board is night and day better than the obe (of course). the stabs are decent enough that I don’t feel the need to modify or relube. so far I’ve enjoyed the ability to switch between two different Bluetooth devices. I have a work and personal computer at my desk, and previously used a kvm switch to go back and forth. it took some tinkering, but I finally was able to update the device firmware and edit the keymap in VIA. You can find the files on whatgeek if you are interested. overall I’m pretty happy with this board. After coupons and drop credits, it only cost me $30, but I would have gladly paid $80+for it.
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Nov 27, 2022
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Solid board, a bit bouncy, hard to take apart
First, a warning to potential buyers; make sure you have the right keycaps for this board. Note the special spacebars and that you need 2 B keys. With that out of the way; board is pretty great. Really solid build quality, and board sounds/feels pretty good overall. A tiny bit on the bouncy side for me when I'm specifically pressing it down and stuff, but that's easily overlooked while in actual use. Only major complaint is it's really difficult to take apart; to some degree I get it, as it is a plastic board at a pretty low price point, but that still nicks a star from me.
Recommends this product? Yes
Nov 25, 2022
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Unfortunately looked over
I think because of the name and the price people looked over this keyboard. But for an Alice layout with a knob and southfacing LED's. This is a banger keyboard. It receives a 4 star only because taking it apart is an extreme hassle, it is a plastic board and they clipped the top and bottom together. For people that like to mod, if you don't have the right tools you can and will scuff up the board trying to take it apart. For the price it comes solidly built and the stock lubbing on the stabilizers were fantastic. Modding isn't necessary, unless you're trying to add PE-foam or something. Smooth and no rattling. It also sound great for a 70$ plastic board. I have some Akko V3 Cream Blues, they have a wonderfully muted clacky sound signature. I think its a great budget Alice board for any one looking for a different layout.
Recommends this product? Yes
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