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 DIY Kit Features:
- QMK Firmware Support
- VIA Tool Support
- Wired, RGB Hotswap PCB
- Polycarbonate (PC) Plate
- Cherry Screw-In Stabilizers
- Available in: Black, White, Transparent
- 1 ABS Plastic Keyboard Case
- 1 Polycarbonate Plate
- 1 KBD67 RGB Hot-Swap PCB (USB-C)
- 1 Carrying Case
- 1 Set KBDfans Stabilizer Foam Stickers
- 1 Mute Silicone Internal Dampeners
- 1 Set Rubber Feet and Screws
The build quality and pcb features are great for the price. The only bad thing is that the plate screw holes were miscut and do not align with the risers. As such, when ******* in, the switches do not seat properly and are torqued at a weird angle. I had to drill out the holes on one side to make them fit.
This is an excellent keyboard for this price building was a breeze i built it with gateron black ink v2 lubed and filmed and durock V2 stabilizer thanks to MechMerlin for the recommendation. This thing is feels so good to type on and game best decision to purchase this instead of the razer 60%. All now is i'm looking into getting a nice gmk set for this keyboard until then i got some matcha keycaps from amazon to hold me until i buy one. I've finally been ****** into the keyboard scene i will be building another soon.
Building it was a breeze, no issues after 2 weeks with the board. via compatibility is such a quality of life thing. Would recommend for beginners since the sound profile is amazing for the price
Very great budget friendly keyboard! Amazing bang for your buck and great value. Can’t wait to get R2!
Been using this for a few days and i really enjoy it. The building experience is super simple, and i think any beginner can figure it out no problem. Also KBDfans includes some nice information in the box i think is very good for beginners to know. Typing experience is fine, I wouldnt say it punches above its weight or anything, but its still solid. Sound wise (super subjective) its perfectly fine. Im using stock seals and it sounds good. My only complaint is i think the tolerances between top and bottom need some work, maybe add 2 more screws for it to be more evenly tightened down. Overalll, would absolutely recommend this board to enthusiasts or beginners.