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Skyline

Ducky's popular new One 2 design is only $99

Ducky Skyline

MK Typist

The typing professional's keyboard

For Typists

Good in Blue

MK's beautifully blue PBT Doubleshot Keycap Set

Good in Blue

Year of the Dog

Renowned tattoo artist Michael Chan helps create Ducky's latest
2018 limited edition masterpiece.

YOTD

Filco KOBO Frames

Handcrafted frames for your favorite Filco

KOBO

What is a Mechanical Keyboard? Focus on the switches

A mechanical keyboard is built with high quality, typically spring activated key switches. These key switches vary based on the keyboard’s application or user preference.

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Mechanical Keyboard Guide Finding your first mechanical - made easy

Don't be overwhlemed looking for your first Mechanical Keyboard! We've put together a short and simple survey that will make finding your first mechanical keyboard a breeze.

Keyboard Guide

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Incoming Keyboards

Incoming Stock

A list of mechanical keyboard and accessory shipments on their way to our store.

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Mechanical Switch Rankings

The Best
Switch for me?

See how thousands of other users rank switches for
Gaming, Typing, and Universal use.

Switch Rankings
What to look for

What to
look for

What to look for when buying a mechanical keyboard.

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Switch Differences

Switch
Differences

What are the differences between mechanical switches?

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Mechanical Keyboard Terms

Mechanical
Terminology

Demystify mechanical keyboard terms like Key Rollover and Actuation Force.

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Featured Video

Ducky YOTD

Michael Chan details his approach to designing Ducky's Year of the Dog

Featured Article

  • The Cherry MX-Compatible Switch Dilemma

    For years keyboard enthusiasts have had much to debate over with regards to keyswitch feel between the big three: Topre, Alps, and Cherry switches. Preferences varied among even the most opinionated regarding these three. But something happened about two years ago. The Cherry-patented MX switch was up for reinvention by several companies: Kailh, Greetech, Gateron, and KBT only to name a few. Read more

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Name the first thing you would change about your keyboard.