First DIY mech kit
This board is so smooth. I cant believe I was able to buy an all aluminum mech keyboard close to 100$. It has been force break modded (brass accent piece included), upgraded to Durock V2 stabs, with Akko lavender purple switches (unlubed at the moment), and Drop Skylight keycaps. I love the tactile feel of the knob and this board is heavy but damn is the quality nice. I initially placed my order through Monsgeek direct and the wait time was killing me. So, I cancelled the order and purchased this keyboard from Divinikey for the same price. It took less than one week and the package arrived undamaged. I am extremely happy with my purchase and will definitely buy from Divinikey in the future. Thanks guys.
Lovely Entry Level Keyboard but 1 fatal flaw
Sound: I made a nice quiet clacky build with the fr4 plate using durock L series linears. TBH you don't need different plates. Stock Polycarb is fine. Stabs: Stabs are decent (I'd say it is harder to tune than durock v2s). Of course, it isn't comparable to TX stabs which are super easy to tune. Feel/Flex: Flex is not super insane. It is to be expected with silicon gaskets. Knob: Now, the one fatal flaw is with the rotation of the knob. When doing so, it sometimes scratches against the case. Knob hole needs to be bigger. Could be a QC issue. I don't really mind as I don't use knobs, but I also heard of some issues with delay. Nevertheless, 4/5. 5/5 if you don't use knobs and want a good 75%.
Awesome keyboard for a great price
Fantastic sound and build quality for a super reasonable price.