Leopold FC660C Blue & Grey 65% Dye Sub PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Leopold FC660C Blue & Grey Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Topre 45g thumbnailTopre 45g
FC660C/EGB
$239.00
Topre Silent 45g thumbnailTopre Silent 45g
FC660C/EGBS
$249.00

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Details and Specifications

BrandLeopold
ModelFC660C
Size65%
Switch StemsTopre
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
USB Key Rollover6
Multimedia KeysNo
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)USB
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleNo
Linux CompatibleNo
Dimensions4.29" x 12.80" x 1.30"
Weight1.54 lbs
Cord Length48 inches

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  • I don't usually write reviews but I wanted to write a review for this keyboard. I got this as a gift from my mother. I had gotten super into mechanical keyboards. I had a WASD v3 keyboard with cherry MX browns and I loved that keyboard but I spilled superglue on the s key and ended up getting gmmk tkl hotswappable keyboard to try out more switches. I tried kalih box browns and gateron clears which I liked a lot. I have also tried over 20 different switches ranching from zeal to gateron to kalih (switch testers). I have also typed on a lot of gaming keyboards (razer, Logitech, Corsair, hyperx, Alienware) that are on display in Best Buy. Now that I have this keyboard with the silent topre, it is a joy to type on. The switches feel light yet they are one of the most tactile switches I have tried so far (the only ones more tactile are the zealios v2 but I found those too tactile for me). The build quality is solid and there is no rattling on the spacebar and mods. Similarly to other people, I no longer feel the need to keep trying more switches and I probably saved more money in the long run now. Of course, please keep in mind this is all preference.

  • I was prepared to go down the rabbit hole.
    Scoured r/MK, Geekhack, Taeha Types for every morsel of info.
    Aluminum vs polycarbonate case
    Hotswap vs soldered pcb
    Foam vs silicone padding
    Aluminum vs brass plate
    Countless switches, most of which were not dramatically different from each other.
    Custom GMK vs SA keycaps, doubleshot ABS vs dye-sub PBT.
    Krytox vs Tribosys lube, switch films, custom stabs.

    All of which would cost north of $600 with shipping. But this doesn't matter because none of the above is currently in stock and some items are only available as group buys that won't ship till next year.

    I almost fell all the way down this hole but was saved once I saw the light. I realized that I just want the best typing experience available in a 65% layout; and there was no reason to pay more or wait because the best keyboard already exists in the Leopold FC660C. Are the Topre switches going to blow your mind? Probably not but I do know that if you want a tactile switch with a "rounded" bump then you need to stop looking because no MX switch will be able to replicate a Topre. Some might think this keyboard is expensive but it actually saved me hundreds of dollars and God knows how much angst. Personally I prefer the silent switches but I know others who enjoy the louder version.

    Don't just listen to me, check out the other reviews here from Nic C, David Bayer, and Brett Johnson.

  • I never write reviews but I came here just to pile onto all the other positive reviews. Also want to use this amazing keyboard to write the review.

    Never would have thought it's possible to enjoy a computer peripheral this much, but here we are. I was a Cherry MX brown user for awhile, and if you're waffling between one of those and this, just save the extra money and get this. I'm done buying keyboards. This is as good as it gets. The silent topre switches are a delight; my computer is in the same room where my partner sleeps and it's quiet enough that it never disturbs her, but the feel is just incredible. So solid and satisfying.

    All the other details are icing on the cake: Color is lovely, keycaps are high quality, build quality of the board is incredibly solid. The layout is perfect, staying compact but including the arrow keys is the best of both worlds for me. So happy with this purchase. A keyboard is something I use every day, and it's transformative for it to be such a good tool; something I look forward to using each day.

  • Please read Nic C's review.

    It is right on point. This is it. There is no better. There is only needless waste of $$$ after the fc660c.

    You are free. Enjoy the greatest typing experience on earth and the rest of your life along with it.

    Go in peace knowing you have found "THE ONE".

    ps: I got the "non-silent" and I have found bliss.

  • Stop your search here. This is your end-game keyboard.
    Spend the money and buy this stock standard Silent 45g. Get it in blue/grey or black. Once you have it you won't worry about the color.

    Do not mod it. Do not lube it, do not open it, do not add Sorbothane padding. You will not need to buy another keyboard.
    Certainly do spend the time getting used to the layout. Commit to this.

    You are at the deepest part of the rabbit hole. Unsubscribe from the Youtube channels, throw the keyboard lube in the trash, turn down your music and listen to this as you type on it. No video you have watched does it justice.

    (IF, and only if, you buy a second one of these then perhaps, maybe, consider finding someone selling the Norbauer Heavy-6 case but that is more an ego trip than anything else. If you have the cash, go for it).

    Ps. No Realforce, no 35g, no Niz Atom, no variable capacitives, none of this. Stop. The Leopold FC660C, Silent, 45g, in whatever color you can find, is the keybaord you want.

  • This keyboard is a joy to type on. More than that, it makes me want to type more because it is such a satisfying experience. I was considering if building a custom was worth the time and effort that I would put into parting one out and now that I have received this I think I'll hold off for a while because I don't see anything that I would build as coming close to how satisfying this board is to use. I'm just adding to the chorus of others praising this board as the best on the market.

    Treat yourself and get the $10 upgrade to the silents, you're worth it.

  • David Bayer's review summed this up as well as can be, especially the luxury car door analogy. I've had my fair share of keyboards and this one takes the cake.
    I can finally divert my energy to other rabbit holes; this one has found its end.
    I'm done chasing the ghost.

  • The Leopold FC660C is the unique plate mount Topre switch keyboard in this form factor; it's my favorite keyboard on the market. Before buying one, make your peace with the mechanical keyboard rabbit hole.

    If you want to go down that rabbit hole, lubing switches, replacing springs, fabbing your own PCBs, then stay clear of this keyboard. Plate mount Topre switches are like gently closing the door on a $200,000 luxury car, if its doors were 1U scale. No Cherry MX switch comes close. Worse, other that swapping in a Hasu controller to allow QMK programming, or buying a $390 Norbauer steel housing, there's nothing you can do to improve the keyboard out of the box. There aren't after-market keycaps and swapping stems worsens the feel; even lubing can lead to regret. Just don't look at the keycaps. Touch-typing is all feel, and this keyboard feels great. I'm more accurate on this keyboard.

    If you don't want to go down that rabbit hole, then don't spend half as much twice on keyboards you won't love. Find the money, buy a Leopold FC660C, and think of all the time you saved for other obsessions.

  • If you're looking at this keyboard you likely already know it has some pedigree. Once you use this board you'll understand why. There are lots of good keyboards out there, but there are few truly great examples. If you're looking for a solid-feeling, reliable, ultra quiet keyboard that provides more utility than what appears on the surface then you've found it.

  • This keyboard is buttery smooth and feels great. Highly recommend I don't remember liking topre when I tried it with a switch tester but having the whole board with topre switches is a completely different experience and it feels great. Honestly switches feel so good its like you are gliding across the keyboard while you are typing thanks MK!

  • pretty good

  • This is my "end-game" keyboard. My journey went from a couple of MX based boards, to a Vortex Race 3 RGB (MX blue), to the Leopold FC660C with silenced 45g switches.
    It's very easy on the hands when compared to mx blues and browns so it doesn't aggravate some of the RSI I've had in the past.
    Build quality is superb. It's a bit on the pricey side, but I just saved myself a bundle in searching / building / modding boards!
    Hard to imagine wanting or needing anything else. Could not be happier.

    Primary uses: Game design and development, level design, Maya, Photoshop, etc.

  • Great keyboard! The best I have ever used.

    The keys feel superb. They have a nice tactility and are incredibly smooth (Cherry switches feel very scratchy in comparison).
    The sound is also good. It has a deep, bassy sound, and doesn't sound metallic like many other keyboards do.

    Build quality wise, it is built like a tank.
    It is very weighty for its size and has no flex whatsoever (thanks to the metal mounting plate).

    If you're after a high-quality keyboard that you can type on for hours on end, you can't go wrong with this one.

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