Ducky G2 PRO Laser Engraved PBT Mechanical Keyboard

Availability: Out of Stock
+ Free Shipping*
  • Overview
  • Reviews
  • Tell a Friend

Ducky G2 PRO Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
 Cherry MX Mixed
Cherry MX Green thumbnailCherry MX Green
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red



  • Side laser engraving
  • PCB double-sided routing, safety guaranteed
  • Separated wiring, easy to carry

Details and Specifications

ModelG2 PRO
SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
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
Mac CompatibleNo
Linux CompatibleYes
Warranty1 Year

Add Your Review

Your Name:
Email Address:
Review: Note: HTML is not translated! Your email address will not be shared with anyone.
Your Rating: 1   2   3   4   5
  • I ordered this keyboard after wanting a Ducky for a while. The product shipped fast and I recieved notifications constantly, which is a plus. The price listed is good, especially for the quality of the keyboard. The keyboard feels extremely solid and the brown switches are great to type on. The LEDs for the indicator keys (Num, Caps, etc) as well on the LEDs on the WASD keys are very nice. Overall, It was a good purchase.

  • So I received my Ducky DK9008G2 Pro Limited Edition PBT with Cherry MX Greens and I'm happy to say I absolutely love the keyboard. The stiffness of the green switch make it feel unbelievably solid. I'd like to emphasize that this keyboard is made to bottom out because you won't be able to appreciate the stiffness of green switch itself until you're near the bottom of the switch. For example, I tried putting O-rings on the Greens and I had a really hard time distinguishing the feel with my old Cherry MX blue Ducky DK9008 with O-rings and PBT keycaps (near the top of the switch and just past the actuation point, the greens and blues feel very similar). Also, the sound of bottoming out with the PBT keycaps is softened by the stiffer springs and actually sounds very pleasant and I'd say they are surprisingly somewhat quieter than my blues. I tested the green switches with ABS keycaps and the click had a significantly higher pitched sound than with the PBT. Not that there's anything wrong with a higher pitched click but the PBT's definitely give it a more pleasant sound, trust me. I'm actually scared these are going to replace my blues I love my blues too...

    The build quality on these newer Ducky's are superb! There is no flex on the upper part of the case like the older models of DK9008 from Ducky and the overall quality just feels like a tank.

  • The Ducky DK9008G2 Pro is a limited edition keyboard with Cherry MX green switches, PBT side printed keycaps, and WASD backlighting.
    Switches - MX greens are a less common variety of MX switch. It is a tactile and clicky switch which has an actuation force of 80 grams. For those who use blues, the greens are quite different but I find quite enjoyable. This keyboard has been a pleasure to type on, and if you build up your finger strength some they can be alright for gaming. I have been playing StarCraft 2 with this keyboard for a couple weeks and it is different, but I have enjoyed it. They are a little challenging to get used to for gaming, but it can be done.
    Keycaps - This is my first keyboard that has PBT keycaps, and I have come to really like them. You can tell that they are quite thick, and the clicky sound from the switches has a different pitch to it. The texture of the keycaps is also different, they feel more rough than other keycaps but I also like that. Also worth noting, is the side printed lettering on the keycaps. I like the clean look of keyboards without lettering, but the "ninja" style keys also look really nice. If you have the opportunity to get PBT keycaps, I'd suggest it.
    Functionality - This keyboard hits all the basics of what you need for windows keys, plus an extra four keys on the top right. Calculator, My Computer, Email, and Internet Home. Pretty handy I think. Otherwise I do also like that the lights for caps lock, num lock, and scroll lock are actually on the keys themselves. It's something different to me, and I appreciate it. It does have WASD backlighting, but I don't really use it myself. Also worth mentioning is that it has a dip-switch on it that has a few options: windows key lock, left ctrl

Your Name:
Your Email:
Friends Name:
Friends Email: