Leopold FC900R Two Tone White PD Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Leopold FC900R Two Tone White PD Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

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



  • Genuine Cherry MX switches
  • Full-size layout
  • Keycap puller and cable included
  • Dip switches for customizing layout


Details and Specifications

SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorWhite
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)PS/2,Mini USB
Windows CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.51" x 17.32" x 1.29"
Weight2.65 lbs
Cord Length60 inches

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  • Keys feel great, I got Cherry MX silent red switches. Love the simplistic design for use at work. Only complaint is that there is a high pitched metallic twing when typing that I can hear after each key. It's not a huge issue, but is a bit annoying, especially because I got the keyboard for the purpose of being silent during work.

  • 10/10 aesthetics and first impressions of the build quality , just an ultra simple high quality full-size keyboard with zero software.
    Overall leopold is a huge step up in overall quality compared to any of the mainstream gaming brand keyboards i've tried.

    This is my 4th different mechanical kb and so far silent red is my favorite switch, after trying cherry blues, normal reds and browns.

    Silent red still 'feels mechanical' and great to type on but is niiiice and quiet (including the spacebar) with no hollow obnoxious plastic bottoming out noises or pinging like every other kb i've owned. Its a tank and well worth the price

  • Got this keyboard a couple of weeks ago, and I am in love with it. I was already planning to add a foam plate to prevent the ring, but this keyboard is genuinely perfect for what I was looking for. The older look fits well and the colors are on point to what is displayed in the preview images. This has a very nice feel to the keys and the sound is very soothing to listen to. The only problem I have with it was how long it took to arrive since I ordered it in mid-March and it didn't get here until May. It was totally worth the wait though.

    Also, one thing that is not advertised/I did not see is that there is no designated place for Scroll Lock, Caps Lock, and Num Lock lights to signify if it is activated or not. Instead, a blue light shines from under the key. If you are a heavy Num Lock user like me, take that into consideration since there is only one light on this entire keyboard most of the time. It can be replaced, but I just thought I'd give a warning about that.

  • I'm new to the mechanical keyboard world, and this is my first. I went with the Cherry MX reds and have had it for a month or so. So, comparing it my prior 'stock' keyboard, and a month in, I can say that this is a great keyboard. It has a great sounds (mostly - see #3 below), feel, quality, weight, and response. I am very pleased with the purchase, but I want to note three particulars that might matter to other purchasers:

    (1) it is called "Two Tone White" and the overview notes a white frame, but this white is more of an off-white or 'sand' color. Not a true white, and that shows up if/when you replace keycaps (I did so and it's not a perfect match, but still looks pretty great).
    (2) the 'scroll lock' and 'num lock' buttons have blue LEDs when locked, even though the overview notes (in the primary/control LED section) says "n/a". It looks great with the original keycaps (since fortunately I like blue) but the blue came as a surprise. It doesn't look great with the Tai-Hao green/white keycaps that I changed, but I'm in a well-lit office and you can hardly notice. With, say, blue keycaps it would look great.
    (3) there is a slight 'ring' overtone to the sound of several keys and/or the spacebar when they are quickly released. Changing keycaps reduced that ring overtone almost entirely. I think this is more apparent as I have the silent reds - had I gotten clicky keys, I think that I wouldn't notice it.

  • Two of these keyboards failed within 15 months of normal daily use.

    The first time was after 7 months when the 'b' key failed. No mechanical blockage or dust, nothing spilled on it, and I tried contact cleaner to no avail. It just started giving out and over a day stopped working entirely. MK RMAd my board and sent me a new one, but now, 6 months later my '.' key is failing in the same way. I have to type by hitting . on the numpad!

    Really beautiful and classic looking keyboard, but they seem to have a serious reliability problem.

  • I love this keyboard!! cherry clears were a good choice, turns out I like heavier keys!!

  • I think it's safe to say this is my favorite keyboard. (My last model M died decades ago, i'm not sure i can fairly compare them.) It beats the AT101's for everything but nostalgia and beats every newer mechanical i've used (a DasKeyboard, some Razors and whatnot) in nearly every category. (If RGB LED's are your thing, my review is less helpful.) Having the media controls hidden behind Fn is sub-optimal but getting used to that was a moment's work. The build is solid, the layout's good and it looks a treat. I went with the brown switches and it's got a lovely nostalgic sound that's not too loud and typing is effortless.

    By the way, i originally was going to buy from this site but backed out at "delivery delay unknown" or some such so i bought it on Amazon. It arrived immediately, then i noticed it was shipped and sold by mechanicalkeyboards.com. So i recommend buying from this site, even if they give you the courtesy of being cautious with their language.

  • I originally bought the compact 1800 layout version of this keyboard with MX blacks but it was just too heavy so I switched to browns on this board. Out of the box there was an outrageous amount of ping. The 1800 layout model had absolutely none. I mean just flipping out the stands on this keyboard makes it sing. Beyond that, just taking off the backspace keycap with the tool provided and in the correct form (holding the board, pulling straight/perpendicular) snapped one of the stabilizers with very little force. I have no idea how a manufacturer selling their boards for well over $100 would overlook things that seem so simple and really experience ruining for me. This is my first experience with buying and using a mechanical keyboard and so far i'm extremely frustrated and so disappointed. Two boards later and the hype has not been justified for me personally.

  • Really good, really understated. Classic beige 'n grey color scheme will never go out of style, at least to this 90s born kid. The keycaps have that slightly textured PBT feel, and just have a high quality to them. The spacebar in particular is one of the smoothest and best feeling I've had in an mkb. One thing to note though, is that some of the keycaps like the ones for the numpad appear to be shallower profile than 'standard' profile keycaps.
    It took me several years of using Cherry MX Blues to realize that I actually don't really like Cherry MX Blues, lol. So it feels good to be going back to Cherry MX Browns after so long. I've had a couple Brown mkbs before, but I gave one to my brother, and the other one broke (cheap Amazon junk).
    Anyways, there's nothing really to be said for this keyboard. It's just good.

  • I think it is good and just for my boyfriend. I like the color.

  • I bought this keyboard about three months ago and haven't looked back! The aesthetic is lovely and understated while the Cherry MX Blue switches make for loud, clicky fun. I sometimes catch myself looking for excuses to type something out just to use it a little bit more. The full keyboard size was a must for me. I use the numpad every day, and the whole thing just oozes professionalism , efficiency and precision.

  • I love this keyboard so much! It has this authentic 'retro' look so I get lots of compliments from people who are fashionable enough (or old school enough) to recognize it, and at the same time it looks plain/humble enough so most have no idea how fancy, high-end thing this is, which is perfect for office use. Superb quality overall, the texture of keycaps real nice on my fingertips. I chose silent red switch - love its soft, creamy keystrokes which is, again, perfect for office use.

  • Have used this keyboard for around a year or so at this point. LOVE it. Very high quality. No flex at all in the back plate. Using MX Brown switches. Key caps are very high quality and the double shot provides an excellent, lasting finish. Would highly recommend, particularly at the price.

  • Love the "retro" look of this keyboard, get lots of compliments. I went with the MX Red because i really like linear keys. Makes it easy to type and easier on my fingers. So far so good on the keyboard not messing up or miss keying. I use this in an office setting and do a lot of data entry so the keyboard is a must, probably would go with the TKL version for video games!

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