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KBDfans KBD67 Lite R4 Mechanical Keyboard DIY Kit

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The KBD67 Lite Mechanical Keyboard Kit is an entry level DIY kit fit for both newcomers and veterans alike. This kit features everything you would need in order to build a keyboard except for switches and keycaps. 

KBD67 Lite R4 DIY Kit Features:

  • QMK Firmware Support (Wired PCB)
  • VIA Tool Support (Wired PCB)
  • ABS Plastic Case
  • Mute Silicone
  • Polycarbonate (PC) Plate, Injection Molded
  • Cherry Screw-In Stabilizers
  • USB-C
  • KBD67 Lite Acceptable Quality Standards: Link
  • KBD67 Lite QC Standards: Link
  • Wired PCB Specs
    • KBD67 MKII Hotswap PCB
    • Fixed Layout
    • Support Per-Key RGB
    • Based on QMK
    • Support VIA
    • Kailh Hotswap Sockets
    • Flash Manual: Link
  • Color Options: Black, White, Transparent Black, Flamingo Pink, Bonnie Cream, Rosy Brown, Steel Gray, Vivid Violet, Pale Turquoise, Justice Blue, Powder Blue, Mint Chip


  • 1 ABS Plastic Keyboard Case
  • 1 Polycarbonate Plate - ANSI
  • 1 KBD67 RGB Hot-Swap PCB (USB-C) - ANSI
  • 1 Carrying Case
  • 1 USB-C Cable
  • 1 Set Cherry Screw-In Stabilizers
  • 1 Set KBDfans Stabilizer Foam Stickers
  • 1 Mute Silicone Internal Dampeners
  • 1 PCB Foam Dampener
  • 1 Set Rubber Feet and Screws
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Andrew N.
United States United States

Fantastic value for the price

I am very thank for DK offering this keyboard since I missed out on the original GB. This budget keyboard has everything you could ask for with regards to having a hotswap PCB that support south-facing 5-pin switches, support for screw-in stabilizers, and offers a 7 degree typing angle which most will find comfortable. If you can get your hands on one of these I see no reason to consider the NK65 https://youtu.be/yKZdWoXV7dM

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Be mindful of the polarity of the battery when you install it, as the JST connector on the battery I purchased did not match the connector on the PCB and I carelessly plugged it in, which caused 2 transistors to get so hot that they fell off of the PCB. Luckily there was no permanent damage and I was able to solder them back on and regain full functionality. Aside from the backwards battery connector, I have zero complaints about this keyboard. It's worth every penny and I'm fighting the urge to buy a second one before they go out of stock. In my eyes Bluetooth/wireless functionality >>>>>>> RGB, so this was a great opportunity to pick up this immensely popular keyboard. For those who are curious, yes you can use this keyboard without a battery. It operates perfectly fine as a wired keyboard without a battery installed if you want to go that route.


Buy it while in stock

To keep it plain and simple, this keyboard is god tier for the price. If you find yourself reading this while it is still in stock, do not waste another moment and purchase it. You will not regret it. A lot of people label this as an "entry level" board but honestly this thing feels good enough to keep me out of the keyboard market for a while. I can't imagine another keyboard feeling and sounding this good at this price point other than the ikki68. But unlike the ikki68, which has not been reviewed/scrutinized by the masses, this is IN STOCK. While I recommend that you take the keyboard apart to add the foam stickers (included) as well as add additional lube to the cherry screw-in stabs, you do not have to. It still sounds premium while stock when I tested it.

United States United States

Stabs dont even work or fit into the pcb

I paid 130$ and this kit cant even work. None of my stabs would fit into the pcb and even the ones that were included wouldn't work no matter what I did. now this kit is useless as now I dont have any stabs. Total waste of money

Kevin Y.
United States United States

Amazing Enthusiast Level Budget Keyboard

Would recommend it for anyone going into the custom keyboard scene. Possibly the best value keyboard at this range.

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