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Description
  • Featuring Ducky's QUACK Mechanics design philosophy
  • Dual layer hotswap PCB w/ exclusive Kailh yellow hotswap sockets
  • Equipped with dual-layer high-grade silicone and EVA foam sound dampeners
  • Cherry profile Double Shot PBT keycaps
  • 3 level adjustable feet and detachable braided USB-C cable
  • Improved PCB design, V2 stabilizers, and remapped macro layout
The One 3 series features Ducky's all new QUACK Mechanics design philosophy which focuses on achieving best-in-class aesthetics, hotswap functionality, sound dampening, stabilizers, and more! The case for the One 3 maintains a low profile while allowing for a variety of color combinations with its unique 3-layer design. Enjoy the best acoustics you'll find in a prebuilt thanks to the One 3's silicone plate dampener and EVA foam case dampener.

The Ducky One 3 Matcha is hot-swappable with Ducky's exclusive top-of-the-line Kailh Yellow Sockets. Ducky's V2 stabilizers provide improved stability, feel, and sound. Thick Double Shot PBT keycaps with seamless legends, 3-level adjustable feet, an improved PCB design, detachable braided USB-C cable, and an improved macro layout are just a few of the features that makes the One 3 rise above the rest.
Characteristics
Size Full-size
Series One 3 Full-size
Logical Layout US QWERTY
Physical Layout ANSI
Keycap Material PBT
USB Key Rollover Full
Multimedia Keys Yes
Switch Mount Type Plate
Built in Audio Port No
Mic Port No
Windows Compatible Yes
Mac Compatible Yes
Linux Compatible Yes
Print Method Double Shot
Top Material Plastic
Keycap Color Beige, Green
Bottom Material Plastic
Legend Color Green
Print Position Top
Hotswap Yes
Barebones No
Cherry MX Black DKON2108-AUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Brown DKON2108-BUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Blue DKON2108-CUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Red DKON2108-RUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Silver DKON2108-PUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Silent Red DKON2108-SUSPDMAEGGC1
Description
  • Featuring Ducky's QUACK Mechanics design philosophy
  • Dual layer hotswap PCB w/ exclusive Kailh yellow hotswap sockets
  • Equipped with dual-layer high-grade silicone and EVA foam sound dampeners
  • Cherry profile Double Shot PBT keycaps
  • 3 level adjustable feet and detachable braided USB-C cable
  • Improved PCB design, V2 stabilizers, and remapped macro layout
The One 3 series features Ducky's all new QUACK Mechanics design philosophy which focuses on achieving best-in-class aesthetics, hotswap functionality, sound dampening, stabilizers, and more! The case for the One 3 maintains a low profile while allowing for a variety of color combinations with its unique 3-layer design. Enjoy the best acoustics you'll find in a prebuilt thanks to the One 3's silicone plate dampener and EVA foam case dampener.

The Ducky One 3 Matcha is hot-swappable with Ducky's exclusive top-of-the-line Kailh Yellow Sockets. Ducky's V2 stabilizers provide improved stability, feel, and sound. Thick Double Shot PBT keycaps with seamless legends, 3-level adjustable feet, an improved PCB design, detachable braided USB-C cable, and an improved macro layout are just a few of the features that makes the One 3 rise above the rest.
Characteristics
Size Full-size
Series One 3 Full-size
Logical Layout US QWERTY
Physical Layout ANSI
Keycap Material PBT
USB Key Rollover Full
Multimedia Keys Yes
Switch Mount Type Plate
Built in Audio Port No
Mic Port No
Windows Compatible Yes
Mac Compatible Yes
Linux Compatible Yes
Print Method Double Shot
Top Material Plastic
Keycap Color Beige, Green
Bottom Material Plastic
Legend Color Green
Print Position Top
Hotswap Yes
Barebones No
Cherry MX Black DKON2108-AUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Brown DKON2108-BUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Blue DKON2108-CUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Red DKON2108-RUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Silver DKON2108-PUSPDMAEGGC1
Cherry MX Silent Red DKON2108-SUSPDMAEGGC1
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Ducky One 3 Matcha Hotswap Double Shot PBT QUACK Mechanical Keyboard

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Ethan Salvatore

Ducky One 3 Matcha Hotswap Double Shot PBT QUACK Mechanical Keyboard

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Jared
Ducky One 3 Matcha Review

One year in and I'm still happy with the keyboard itself. However, DO NOT download and use the firmware version 1.07 that is linked above. It has a well known issue of chattering double letters. Even mechanicalkeyboards.com is aware of it and has told customers to send keyboards back for repairs, but for some reason has not updated the link to the current version which fixes this. You should instead visit ducky's own support website, and search for your product by the ID on the back of your keyboard. I couldn't find the specific model by clicking through the choose your product by type, series, etc. method, just go straight to input product ID. The latest version as of me writing this is 1.11 and it fixed the issue. If you want to find your current firmware version: 1. Open Device Manager 2. Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers 3. Right click on the first 'USB Composite Device' and click Properties 4. Click on the Details tab and select 'Bus reported device description' in the Property dropdown a. If the Value is Ducky One3 continue to Step 5 b. If the Value is not they keyboard, click cancel and move on to the next USB Composite Device in the list 5. Change the Property dropdown to 'Device instance path', the firmware version will be toward the end of this string

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Smote Mote
Ducky One 3 Matcha Review

*Note: I subbed the silent reds for standard since I knew I planned to switch out the keys and the board would ship faster if I did so. That being said, I am taking into account that the keys I am currently using are louder than I prefer for a work setting and not including that in my feedback. Overall, the out-of-the-box experience of this keyboard is quite nice! The keys themselves are pleasant to type on, with a dry matte texture. The feature I'm finding I really adore is the calculator key on the top right function row since I'm constantly opening the calculator application and this reduces the number of keystrokes I need to take! My main complaint currently is how loud the spacebar and backspace keys are when compared to the other keys. Even with the non-silent switches, the noise level on this board is surprisingly quiet compared to other mechanical keyboards I've used with the same switches. But the spacebar and backspace are super loud. I'm not sure if it's just the lower 'thocky' noise they make but it is disappointing since I am not sure that changing the switches will resolve this issue. I will try to remember to update when I swap them out!

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Amy
Ducky One 3 Matcha Review

Great keyboard. It looks amazing which makes working more enjoyable. I work a 9-10 hour job that is heavily reliant on typing, and so far, this keyboard has provided a great typing experience. Only one thing to note, this keyboard is surprisingly heavy, especially considering that it's plastic and not metal. It would not be good choice if you plan on lugging around your keyboard to various places.

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Jared
Ducky One 3 Matcha Review

Very happy with the Ducky One 3 so far. Overall a high quality look and feel. There were a few very minor issues that you might not see on higher end keyboards, but considering the affordability they are completely acceptable in my opinion. Pros -The keyboard was heavier than I expected and has a solid feel. -Materials and build quality seem fine. -Color scheme works great and is very zen. -The included USB-C cable is braided and color matched and came with a silicone(?) cable tie. -The 3 level adjustable feet are a very nice touch. As expected, the middle setting is the best for me. -Some different color modifier keycaps were included. They are a slightly darker green with red legends. I like they way they stand out from the rest of the board. The return modifier cap was already installed (the original one was included in the box), I added the backspace, escape, and numpad return. -Really appreciate the free bonus of 3 'very random' keycaps. 2 of them were double shot, one was dye sub. Can't complain, but wish they would have all been double shot. Cons -Plugging the USB-C plug into the keyboard port took a nearly concerning amount of force. I don't think there was a risk of damage, but I just noted that it felt pretty snug. I guess I don't have to worry about it coming unplugged. -When swapping one of the keycaps, I managed to pull the switch out with it. It was on one of the 2u keys, which I read was not uncommon, but it was a bit of a surprise for my first foray into hot-swappable. -There is a very slight ring when typing. It's just kind of a high-pitched frequency that resonates for a split second after each stroke that bottoms out. I'm sure there's some additional padding that would help with this and I'll probably look into it in the future. It's just slightly annoying but not a deal breaker for me. -The spacebar is just a little to light for me. I don't find myself actuating it accidentally, but I would prefer it to be a little stiffer. It is the primary offender in the previously mentioned ringing. I'll definitely be replacing it with a Cherry Clear (rest of the keyboard is browns).