Ducky One 2 Skyline Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky One 2 Skyline Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX White thumbnailCherry MX White
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear
Cherry MX Silent Black thumbnailCherry MX Silent Black
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
Cherry MX Green thumbnailCherry MX Green




  • 3 level adjustable feet
  • German-made Cherry MX key switches
  • Exclusive grey and blue colorway keycaps
  • Detachable 1.5 Meter USB-C cable
  • Dual layer PCB

Details and Specifications

ModelOne 2 Full-size
SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorGray
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.31" x 17.32" x 1.57"
Weight2.43 lbs
Cord Length60 inches

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  • Excellent keyboard. I've been using a 20$ redragon keyboard for ages (and it has held up quite well, at that, but still) and moving to this one is absolutely amazing. Keycaps feel good, and I went with the silent reds. Sound is great - much quieter than my previous keyboard and I don't need to press as hard to type. This may just be the placebo talking but my hands feel better already - I play a lot of games and write a lot for work.

    The feet on the back are also great, and it's nice to have two different foot height options (aside from just letting it lay flat).

    Context - I'm not a keyboard enthusiast. I was linked to this by a Discord friend after I disappeared down the rabbit hole of keyboard mods on youtube about a week ago and figured why not, time to upgrade. One odd thing I noticed was that the friend who linked this page to me thought the keyboard was backlit, and there's another review down there somewhere that also mentions the keyboard not being backlit. Not entirely sure where that's coming from, but worth noting - it isn't backlit, no matter what google or searches say.

    TLDR: Great keyboard. No issues

  • Outstanding product. Enough weight that it stays put. Using as an office typing keyboard. Very satisfied with this mechanical keyboard.

  • First real non "gaming" mechanical keyboard, very happy with the purchase so far. Ordered the keyboard with MX Brown switches, no clicky feedback which is nice but the keys make enough noise when pressed all the way down while typing so you do get some audible feedback.

  • Bought this keyboard thinking it was backlit. i'm an idiot as it's not and it clearly says it's not. that's on me. The keyboard function is great as are the black switches so I'll keep it. But I do have to take a star away for the key caps. I had to spend about 3 hours shaving the bottom edges of the keycaps. I've never had this issue with any other ducky keyboard i've owned but this one has 1/2mm plastic extrusions sticking off the bottom of most of the keys. Very poor quality control on the key caps.

  • My previous mechanical keyboards had been cheapies off of Amazon or Newegg, but I had been prowling some mechanical keyboard forums and I kept seeing the name Ducky pop-up over and over and decided to take the plunge. I've had this keyboard for nearly 10 months and I have yet to have a single issue. The build quality is superb with a nice and clean visual aesthetic. The keys have very little 'wobble' when not depressed and the with the Cherry MX black keys offering strong resistance, it feels super satisfying to type on with fewer mistypes then on my previous cheap setup. I use this keyboard for both school and gaming and it does not disappoint on either front and would heartily recommend to friends.

  • I was initially nervous when purchasing this keyboard due to it being my first mechanical keyboard. The second I opened the box I new I had made the right choice. The build quality is amazing. The key caps are thick and feel great while typing. I was able to lube the Cherry MX Brown switches and insert some neoprene foam for insulation and I absolutely love the way this sounds. It has a much deeper thunky sound than I expected (which I love). I will say the only thing I'm not a fan of is the MX Brown switches. There is barely any tactility, and when typing normally I feel almost as if I'm using scratchy linear switches (or at least what I would expect linears to feel like). Next time I will probably just go the linear route or get some really nice tactile switches like holly pandas.
    Overall, I love this keyboard and am going to mod the heck out of it. I hope it lasts me a long time.

  • This is my first real mechanical keyboard. I got the cherry MX browns because I do both a fair amount of gaming as well as typing. It is an absolute dream to type on compared to the mushy membrane keyboards I've used for years. I picked this model specifically because it doesn't scream "gamer" and I've heard good things about the Ducky brand. They keyboard itself has some weight and is of quality construction. The only negative I have for it is the numlock and capslock LEDs. They are very bright even using the key combo to turn the brightness down to minimum. I sleep in the same room that my PC is in and the bright blue light isn't great. I wish manufacturers would move to using red or amber LEDs.

  • My first mech keyboard. I ordered mine with standard brown switches, and it feels great to type on. I appreciate the highly tactile feel of it. It's clearly not optimized for gaming, but as someone who plays mostly casual games, and with a controller, I'm alright with this. It feels very sturdy, the keycaps are like bricks, and it has a healthy weight to it. If you put aside its looks, it wouldn't be out of place sitting in front of a CRT monitor. Definitely a better fit for the office than the game room, but a quality product, nonetheless, and I'm looking forward to using it for years to come.

  • It doesn't scream "gamer" - in fact its quite at home in professional environments but still has a premium aesthetic and color scheme. Let the buyer beware: the keycaps for this keyboard feel thick and heavy and don't feel good with silent red switches- just too mushy on press and release - and I'm speaking as a fan of silent red switches. I would propose this keyboard could feel great with tacticle "clicky" switches, although I haven't tried it.

  • A really fantastic keyboard. I love the simplicity, elegance, and weight of the board. It feels solid and responsive and is just an absolute pleasure to use.

  • I'm now up to 3 full size One 2's and I've got to say this one is my favorite - visibility of the characters is excellent. (I also bought a "Horizon" and it's hard to see the characters on the keys without REALLY adequate lighting) It also has just enough of a unique look to make it feel cool - the main thing though is the keys/feel - all of my One 2's are Brown switches and all feel amazing, but the material of the keys feels more "dense" on some of my boards than others - the Skyline keys feel "JUST RIGHT" and they even sound better somehow - hard to explain but if you're looking for One 2 without RGB, I ABSOLUTELY recommend the Skyline.

  • Just received this today with Cherry MX Blue switches. This is my first keyboard with Blues and I am really loving the typing experience so far. The board itself seems to be of good quality, it's pretty weighty, though not as heavy and solid feeling as the Varmilo VA104C that I also own. Also, there's a little bit of flash on some of the key caps, but honestly you have to really be looking for it to notice it at all. Overall a great looking and great feeling board! Only knocking the star because of the flash I mentioned above.

  • It took months to come in from overseas, but I've got one of these bad boys with mx blue switches and love it. Keys feel a little rough textured but I actually like that. This is my first double shot pbt, non-backlit board, so maybe that comes with the territory.

    Highly recommended. I got a big desk mat here as well in a beautiful blue color. They go fantastic together.

  • Ducky One 2 Skyline Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard- This is the keyboard I've been looking for since I stopped using an IBM Model. A beautiful design, keys that are just perfect. I did not want flashing lights, so this is the one for me. So, thanks to Ducky and Mechanical Keyboards for the best price and excellent service. Butbut. I didn't get my sticker! Woe is me.

  • Legends are a little of center on some of the keys which is annoying, but every other part is great. Cool that you get some alternate colors for some of the modifiers.

  • Pre-ordered this keeb with MX Browns and received them much earlier than the anticipated delivery date! Love that deeper, softer sound it produces when compared with my previous $20-dollar keyboards with ABS keycaps. Bought a One 2 Mini for the wife and those were extremely easy to take apart and mess around with and this board looks just as easy at first glance - should prove fun for modders. I'm hoping this doesn't suffer the key chatter I experienced on my pricier Logitech G910 (after only a year of moderate use).

  • Keys: Silent reds.
    Purpose: work/home office

    I have been using this keyboard exclusively for work over the last 5 months. After a little delay with it on backorder, it arrived in good shape. The keys don't have a real pronounced click point (no idea what it is called) but they are crisp and firm with minimal sound. I've never felt a keyboard that is as sturdy as this one. I'm not a keyboard connoisseur but it has met my expectations for a good keyboard in my home office and one I can readily transfer to an actual office environment if that ever happens again.

    About the only negative is the space bar responds a little too easily (I tend to rest my thumbs on it and they can sometimes make docs think I'm hitting the repeat key).

  • Note: MX Blue Switches.
    This keyboard is amazing. The keycaps have a really nice feel and look, and I like how there are multiple different accent keycaps included. The overall style of the board is very classy. The MX Blue clicky switch sounds really good in this chassis and keycaps. The board weight makes it feel very sturdy as well.

    My one complaint (which isn't that big of a deal for me) is that the lettering in the keycaps isn't very sharp and there are minor imperfections (such as on keys like End and PgDn). Also, while I think the macro functions work, they're difficult to set up without the backlight.

  • Great keyboard! I had originally purchased a CoolerMaster MasterKeys S, but was unhappy when it arrived with misprinted keycaps and a very shaky spacebar. After conducting some further research, I decided upon this keyboard, which only cost me $7 CAD more in the end.

    This keyboard fixed both of the problems that I experienced with the CoolerMaster MasterKeys S. It uses Doubleshot PBT keycaps, meaning that the legend is actually a different colour of plastic embedded into the keycap, so the legend will never fade. Additionally, the space bar feels rock-solid, and is quiet.

    I also really loved the look of this keyboard. While Ducky's website states that the keyboard ships with some replacement keycaps in a random assortment of colours, all of my replacement keycaps that arrived were blue (I was happy about this). They provided two blue enter buttons (one for the alphanumeric section and one for the number pad), a blue backspace key, a blue escape key, blue arrow keys, and two other blue keys (with the same size as the function keys) with Ducky symbols on them.

    Overall, I would highly recommend this keyboard! Although I just got it today, it definitely feels like it will withstand the test of time. Quick tip - if you don't need the blue-and-grey colour scheme, check out the MK Typist. It's basically the same keyboard as this in all black (with white legends), it just has a slightly different case design. In fact, the MK Typist is basically a rebranded Ducky One, and as far as I know, the only difference between the Ducky One and the Ducky One 2 is the two-piece case design on the One 2. The great thing about the MK Typist is it's usually a bit cheaper (around $10 cheaper).

  • I purchased this keyboard with Cherry MX silent red key switches for work. First it is amazing to finally be able to have a mech at work. Second, this keyboard is just generally wonderful. It has a nice weight to keep it from moving around. I am not usually a fan of linear key switches as I find I bottom them harder than I would a tactile switch. However the cushioned bottom of the silent red travel has really reduced the stress of bottoming the keys and I would recommend this keyboard to nearly anyone. I'm now trying to find a Ducky One 2 TKL in Midnight for my home office. I just wish it wasn't so hard to get these keyboards in the silent red key switch.

  • This keyboard came with a pretty crummy design flaw. It has two holes under the sidebar where all the crumbs and dust will fall straight into the circuit board. There is no purpose for this holes, other than to ruin your keyboard if something should fall in there. It literally took one drop of coffee to ruin mine. Not a spill, a drop.

    Buy at your own risk. I'd never buy anything this delicate again.

  • So nice I bought one for work and one for home. I got MX browns, and they are so much nicer than the browns I have gotten from other manufacturers, which were more like reds. Great aesthetics with the layout and colors.

  • I got this keyboard for use in the office with the Silent Red switches and it's absolutely awesome.

    The keys have a great feel, and the color scheme is awesome. I can agree with the other reviewer who said the num/caps indicators are harder to see.

  • An excellent keyboard. Got mine with the Silent Red switches for work and I couldn't be happier with it. Highly recommended.

  • I just received my Ducky One 2 Skyline keyboard with Cherry MX blue switches and I can already in love with it. This is my first mechanical keyboard, so I cannot say if this keyboard is substantially better than other keyboards on the market, but I can certain say that this is the most pleasant typing experience I have ever had. I write manuscripts and code for work constantly, so I went with blue switches because I read these were recommended for typists. I absolutely love the auditory feedback, even if my wife does not appreciate the loud sounds of me clacking away. I would never use this keyboard with blue switches in an open work environment. I also really enjoy the visual aesthetic of the keyboard; the muted shades of grey have a satisfying, minimalist appeal.

    At this point I have absolutely no complaints, but I will update this if I run into any in the future.

  • Picked up this keyboard to replace a Corsair K65 mechanical keyboard i was using at work as i had a need for a number pad again.

    After 3 months i'm extreme happy with the purchase. They keyboard feels great and is a very solid keyboard to type on all day with the brown switches i purchased mine with. The few audio/calc button's are nice and easy to find with out having to glance away from work and they keycaps feel great, and what i would expect from Ducky's quality PBT plastic they use.

    only minor issue i have its its hard to see the num/scroll/caps/macro lights are a little hard to see but with some practice i have been able to adjust to looking for their glow off the near by keycaps.

  • My previous K70 had to be thrown away after some unfortunate events occurred, so I opted to finally get my first Ducky. While it may not have LEDs this is perhaps the most solid keyboard I've ever used, and unlike my previous keyboard, the spacebar didn't get jammed within a month. Removing the keys revealed an absolutely gorgeous aesthetic of bare red switches without much of the circuitry exposed (had to do some cleaning after whiskey dropped on it).

    Ordered this internationally through a proxy service and got it within a week. The default keycaps are nice, but I will definitely be outfitting this board with something a little more personally pleasing in the future. Now a big fan of Ducky and am ever so tempted to pick up another board in the near future.

  • First mechanical keyboard I've owned, very happy with it. Everything is really solid and high quality and feels great. The brown keys feel really nice for a mix of typing and gaming. 5/5 would recommend.

  • First Ducky keyboard that I bought for work use (MX Browns). This keyboard feels awesome to type on and has a very high quality build to it compared to other mechanical keyboards I've used. Also love the style and colors of the key caps used. The whole keyboard has a very clean professional look to it. I can't recommend this one enough.

    I will recommend this brand to anyone else looking to get a mechanical keyboard that has a solid typing feel and high build quality.

  • I have been using this keyboard for a couple of days (my first MK), and I'm really liking it so far! The board itself is solid and weighty, the keycaps are solid but light, and it goes really well with the Cherry MX Brown switches. I've been using it for both gaming and work-based typing and it's been a charm for both!

    My only complaint is the legend on keys with alternate symbols. The numbers and symbols are right next to each other and looks kinda funky. I wish the symbols were stacked one on top of the other instead of side-by-side. It's not a deal-breaker, but I feel I need to dock a star for it.

  • Feels so much better than my KG010 knock switches. Also smaller profile and very comfortable to type on. Pair that with simple aesthetics and you've got a great keyboard for gaming, everyday use, and whatnot. I highly recommend.
    Note: I chose Cherry MX brown switches.

  • It looks nice, feels nice, smells like Chinese plastic, tastes like electricity.
    I am currently describing the picture on my monitor, as FedEx currently has it in Ohio and currently has it progressing at a quarter of a state per day.
    I am currently typing this on a rubber dome keyboard filled with flakes of food and various blends of soda, that I got from a salvation army; as I had to sell my other keyboard to pay for this one. let this be a cautionary tale, just buy the fastest shipping option you can.

  • Very happy with this keyboard and MechanicalKeyboards.Com's customer service. I got this for my brothers birthday and he absolutely loves it and is diving into mechkeys himself!!

  • This is my first Ducky keyboard and I really like this keyboard. Been using it for about a month now and came from using Kalih browns and really like the Cherry MX Brown switches. Easier keypress but still has a nice tactile feeling. The frame is really nice as well. Came with a nice keycap puller. I also bought some red ducky replacement caps to go with my grey/red/ build. The only thing that I sometimes notice is that the lights for the numlock are super bright. Other than that I really enjoy this keyboard and wouldn't hesitate to buy another Ducky. The browns are a nice in between for reds and blues. If you are getting your first mechanical keyboard I would suggest going with browns. You have the tactile feedback and they are not super loud like blues. However, if you have a heavy hand I would probably pick up some blues as they require a little more force to activate the switches for the keys.

  • This keyboard is excellent. Ducky never disappoints when it comes to build quality and this new iteration of the Ducky One is no exception. I love the understated design and Ducky's placement of volume/calculator button(s) at the top right of the board.

    The PBT Keycaps feel great and will last forever. This keyboard comes with several replacement blue keys to add some flair to your board in addition to a nice wire keycap puller. Overall, this is a great value compared to the expensive garbage the mainstream "gaming" companies sell.

    I enjoy the Cherry MX Brown switches. These will be perfect for an office environment.

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