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Womier K61 Acrylic Mechanical Keyboard

Womier K61 Acrylic Mechanical Keyboard

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If you’re short on desktop space but you want a keyboard that will make waves, the Womier K61 acrylic keyboard delivers. This compact 61-key keyboard sports a hard acrylic case, composed of four layers, that brings brilliant backlighting to life Read More

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87% would recommend to a friend
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Activities:Work & Gaming
Paired Switch:Tactile
Keyboards Owned:2
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Decent for tinkering with
Preface: I don't think this is going to be available anymore, so this review probably won't reach anyone. The sale price when I purchased it was $47. If memory serves, some of that price was to add on switches. The keyboard I received has 3 acrylic layers, not 4, missing the top layer which recesses the switches. For what I paid, what I received was okay. If I wanted a long-term daily driver on a budget, I think I could do better elsewhere - but in the year since I purchased it, there are lots of newer 60% boards on the market. Pros: good for swapping out switches and caps for a lil fun Cons: lighting software is clunky; layout is missing options Overall impression: Good for learning about customization, not a robustly featured keyboard for typing or gaming use.
Recommends this product? No
DriftlessStranger
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Aug 17, 2023
Activities:Work & Gaming
Paired Switch:Linear
Keyboards Owned:5
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Nice LEDs and Size
This is my first keyboard of this size but the transparent body is what attracted me to it in the first place. I got the barebones version and used my own switches and keycaps. Its probably my favorite casual keyboard that I own for general typing and gaming uses. I really like the feel of the keyboard and the sound it makes while I type. Really good for the price.
Recommends this product? Yes
Activities:Work
Paired Switch:Tactile
Keyboards Owned:12
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happy as can be
this keeb sounds so smooth and pretty..it tickles my brain lol.
Recommends this product? Yes
bananapeal
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Jul 9, 2023
Activities:Work & Gaming
Paired Switch:Linear
Keyboards Owned:3
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missing home/end bindings
first time using a 60% keyboard and i am shocked to see that not all keyboard functions are implemented. there is no home/end/pageUp/pageDown buttons exposed by the firmware. in order to have these buttons you must modify your keymap in whatever OS. if you're using linux, it is very not straightforward. the programming software for this board is only on windows and doesn't offer any compatibility towards open programming methods like via or qmk. so programming the keyboard will only work under windows. why wouldn't they offer home/end from the factory? why wouldn't they offer convenient page up/down alternatives? very few options and they don't seem well thought out at all. too bad. wanted to like it. looks very pretty but the lack of support for these keys is driving me mad. must've been selected by people who don't use computers. maybe never had to scroll large documents for reading. idk. these are very important shortcuts to omit. ffs. noticed after the sale that they claim not to take returns. everyone should be very skeptical of their products that are offered without returns. there's probably a reason beyond "value" probably also "sucks." also sounds very loud considering i chose the red switches.
Recommends this product? No
einsaku
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Jun 30, 2023
Activities:Gaming
Paired Switch:Linear
Keyboards Owned:1
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Nice LED, but there are downsides.
For new people who are getting into keyboards, it's a relatively good keyboards for the discounted price (I bought it for $45.) Once getting it out of the box, putting in switches, and putting on keycaps, I found that the stabilizers have a lot of rattle to them (not sure if this is only me). Overall, great keyboard. I got barebones, and put lubed KTT Kang Whites and pudding keycaps on it, but I recommend either buying new stabilizers or at least buying lube to lube the stabilizers since stock stabs are kind of bad.
Recommends this product? Yes
tenz
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Jun 22, 2023
Activities:Work & Gaming
Paired Switch:Linear
Keyboards Owned:21
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For sub $30 can't complain
I got it for less than $30 and its okay, any more and probably too expensive for what it is.
Recommends this product? Yes
lawrencel
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Dec 31, 2022
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It works, nice glow.
I used this for my first keyboard platform. It works well, the rgb is kinda nice and it’s cheap so it works all around.
Recommends this product? Yes
mrlsfam
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Jan 3, 2023
lawrencelHow long did it take to deliver to you?
AightTight
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Dec 10, 2022
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Good entry to keyboards
This was my first keyboard and am pleased overall. The build quality isn't the greatest but at least it's hot-swappable and has RGB.
Recommends this product? Yes
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Not bad overall
Not bad keyboard for beginners
Recommends this product? Yes
jamesherlihy33
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Nov 17, 2022
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Wrong product sent/inaccurate listing
The product I received is not what is shown in the photos. The copy I received only has 3 layers instead of the advertised 4 layers, and has a floating switch design instead of the recessed switches shown.
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vrphoenix
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Jul 28, 2023
jamesherlihy33They have also sent me the wrong keyboard and are refusing to replace it.
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