Leopold FC900R Grey/Blue PD Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Leopold FC900R Grey/Blue PD 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 Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver



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


Details and Specifications

SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysF-Row
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)PS/2,Mini USB
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.51" x 17.32" x 1.29"
Weight2.65 lbs
Cord Length48 inches

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  • I bought this board for my home office near the start of the COVID, and this board has served me for two years without issues. A couple weeks ago from writing this review I accidentally spilled coffee on it, and despite my best efforts I could not save it. I like it so much though I went ahead and purchased a new one in a different color. For a productivity board I cannot use anything else now without feeling annoyed by it, so I am probably a Leopold fan for as long as they keep making them.

  • I received this keyboard today for my Covid home office set up. First mechanical keyboard i've used. For the most part I'm happy.

    The good
    Red switches. Feel nice and smooth and consistent. Can type quickly and while they are not "tactile" they feel great.
    Build quality. Very solid as others have mentioned, keys are nice and the case has a nice matte look. Feels like an expensive piece of gear (which it is!)
    Aesthetics. The color combo is subtle, true to the photos online and would be fine for a professional office. I'm not a gamer. I bought this for my office job which involves lots of email and excel. Don't need backlit keys so that wasn't an issue for me.

    The not so good
    Sound. The keys strokes sound good EXCEPT, there is a subtle pinging sound when a key returns back to it's position. Could be the red switches? I'm not sure, and it's not really noticeable if there's ambient noise in the room so I don't think this is a deal breaker for me, but it's a bit unfortunate given all the positives. Maybe there is a way to fix this but i'm not sure that i have the desire to get into modding this thing.
    Logo. I wish there wasn't a big Leopold logo in the top right above the number pad.
    Price. I live in Canada and this thing was like $230 CAD once shipped. That's a lot for a keyboard, but it should last a loooong time.

    Overall, i'm pleased. Packaging and service from MK was good.

  • Impeccable build quality and perfectly developed textures. I have this with Cherry Clears, a backlit Ducky One with pbt caps and Cherry Whites, a '94 Model M, and a 2019 Unicomp EnduraPro. To the touch, the Leopold feels the highest quality. The Ducky is close, but overall their plastic is smoother and feels a bit thinner. I love these keycaps especially. The texture is perfect; slightly finer than the Model M, it's a delight to glide across these keys and the case as well. The Model M/Unicomp feels (appropriately) older fashioned. The Ducky feels like most modern keyboards. The Leopold feels perfectly in-between the two.

    This has less capability than Ducky: their macro programming and backlight adjustment options are wonderfully executed. Thier case feels slightly ligher, and is more sculpted and 'modern'. Compared to many pieces of my current tech, the Ducky doesn't feel flimsy, but it does next to this Leopold. Ducky has four more keys, built in mouse modes, and well-documeted guidance. Leopold puts their resources into a simple, wonderfully executed piece of hardware. Both brands look the same on the websire, but the extra build quality shines through once both are in front of you. I love the Ducky for its features, but the Leopold is the one that lives in my backpack. It's just sturdier and nicer to touch. I also love the continued use of micro-usb for the removable cord. It's much more reliable, with bigger pins and larger solder points. I suspect I'll have to re-solder the Ducky socket before this one. Let's hope I never have to fix either!

    If you're torn between the two brands, I recommend Leopold unless you like/need the Ducky's features. As I said, the Ducky is a great piece, this one just feels better. However, as soon as the lights go dim, or I get sick of using software for macros, I go back to the Ducky. If you're still reading this, you already know how dizzying these choices are. I hope this has helped you.

  • This is my 2nd mechanical keyboard that I have purchased. I did quite a bit of research before purchasing this keyboard and I am pleased that I took my time and landed on this one. Amazing build quality and presentation. No flex whatsoever to the case and the pbt doubleshot keycaps feel amazing under your fingers, i like the bit of roughness that they have that helps my fingers grip the keys slightly better. The blue grey color scheme is stylish yet not overstated and rgb blinged out all over the place. This keyboard has class. You will not be disappointed if you purchase this product! 5/5 would buy and recommend to anyone.

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